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2009-02-12 - 12:24 p.m.

Brin heads home today, which means the traditional farewell meal of...Papa John's.

Traditional traditional.


The headline says it all:

In 1968, a white firefighter saved a black baby girl, touching the heart of a divided city. The two did not meet again. Until yesterday.


Personal observation:

If we have truly transcended race by electing Barack Obama President, why are we still referring to his race (as in, "the first black President")? If it doesn't matter - and it shouldn't - why keep bringing it up?

Besides, he's the same race as all of us - human.


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Shower's free, and food is on its way.

Be seeing you.


1 comments so far

artgnome - 2009-02-12 22:49:40 -
that is a great story about the firefighter and the baby he saved. Thanks for that.


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