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20, Iss. 1: Leo
massaged the back of his neck, thankful the meeting was finally over
TFL on Tape: Robin
reads Amy Griswold's story, "Living History."
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19, Iss. 4: "I'm
tired of trying to see the good in people."
19, Iss. 3: Frank
Rooney had been the manager of the Shop & Save for thirty-eight
years, and he wasn't retiring anytime soon.
19, Iss. 2: The
plan suddenly made sense.
19, Iss. 1: Eddie
tended to drift into whatever jobs were available that would
pay the rent.
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