Niagara Gazette

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July 20, 2013

LETTERS FROM THE ISLAND: Slow and steady just agitates

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Niagara Gazette — Piloting Polly’s craft, Doug did what he should never have done, started, slowed, and then crawled through the circle leaving the aggressor fuming. She later forgave him, but such agitation often ends badly.

Still, he had to wonder, not why everyone’s in such a hurry, but what people think they can gain by such intemperance. A few seconds, maybe? Or are they right, it’s time to cool his jets.

Come visit. Quietly.

Polly and Doug E-mail pollyndoug@hotmail.com

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