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An Oral History of the Alphabet

October 11, 2017
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On Alphabetic Order Letter A: I never asked to be first. Everyone knew a Vowel would be the first. I had the same 20% chance as the other Vowels. It was just luck. I have…

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Jelly’s “Dear John” Letter to Peanut Butter

October 9, 2017
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Dear Peanut Butter – It feels like we have been together forever. We’ve fed so many generations of children. But I feel that it is time we part ways. I’m afraid you’ve just become too…

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Super U

October 7, 2017
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Message from the President Extraordinary times call for extraordinary people. While “heroes” seem to be in abundance these days, the world still seems to be going to hell in a hand-basket. That is why the…

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Theodor S. Geisel Will You Please Go Away Now! The Lost Works of Dr. Seuss

October 6, 2017
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Dr. Seuss is known the world over for his fun-filled books and lovable characters such the Grinch, the Cat in the Hat, and who doesn’t love Zyyzer Zazzer Zuz? What is less known is how…

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