OF PRINCIPALITIES AND POWERS - The World’s Longest and Quietest Coup d’Etat

(04/24/2014)

By Tony Russell
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I woke up with a start this morning. “What is it, Ace?” asked Patty.

“I don’t know,” I muttered sleepily. “There’s something different.” I looked around. “I just can’t put my finger on it.”

“Different how?” she asked. “Different good or different bad.”

“Good, it feels good.”

Her eyes swept the room, and then she gave a little laugh. “It’s sunshine, Ace. With daylight savings time, and that long stretch of gray days and white snows, it’s really spring! We’re waking up to sunshine!”

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