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by publisher Roger Allen

MAIN STREET by Roger Allen, publisher

Real story Last week on TV, I saw a Harrison Ford movie—the one where he’s on a perilous quest for a mysterious crystal skull. That reminded me of the day many years ago when I, personally, stumbled into the world … Continue reading

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MAIN STREET by Roger Allen, publisher

Zap on! The Republican nomination wrestle is turning out to be more fun than I expected. What a sight. All eight candidates are dancing around for a better position. While energetically looking for dirt on the others, each tries to … Continue reading

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MAIN STREET by Roger Allen, publisher

The people speak The Constitution states that it’s designed to “…promote the general Welfare…” Various elections around the country last week promoted something, and maybe the results were generally good for us. Down in Kalamazoo, voters decided they weren’t going … Continue reading

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MAIN STREET — by Roger Allen, publisher

Taking it easy My humor column research crew was pretty productive this week, so I didn’t have to do any thinking. (Hard work has a future payoff. Laziness pays off NOW.) Not so sharp A butcher shop employee in the … Continue reading

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MAIN STREET by Roger Allen, publisher

WOW! Seven Billion people!! World population hit that mark last weekend. The lucky child was probably born in the Philippines. Mother Nature made us pretty good at increasing our species. Everybody loves babies and we make a lot of them. … Continue reading

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