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THE EVOCATIONS OF TWO QUARTERS AND A NICKEL by Perry Mann

THE EVOCATIONS OF TWO QUARTERS AND A NICKEL I walk often and far relative to most inhabitants of this town and probably elsewhere. I seldom encounter a prominent citizen unless he has been told by his doctor to walk or … Continue reading

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The Consolation of Robert G. Ingersoll by Perry Mann (published today, Oct 4, 2014 in the Charleston Gazette)

This was published in the Charleston Gazette, today Saturday, October 4, 2014 The consolation of Robert G. Ingersoll I just finished reading Dan Cook’s “What is real and true?” for the second time (Gazette, Sept. 25). I can relate to … Continue reading

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DARWIN VINDICATED AND HIS THEORY AUTHENTICATED by Perry Mann

DARWIN VINDICATED AND HIS THEORY AUTHENTICATED I have always been an evolutionist. Why I never believed in Creationism, in spite of having been reared by religiously orthodox parents and grandparents, I do not know. Even though I sat and listened … Continue reading

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