To young couples getting married, the author's wedding gift is a wicker valise fitted with tableware and linen. A card is enclosed which reads: qMake life a picnic.q It is his credo. What follows is a collection of articles culled from his contributions to a small town periodical. Reminiscent of Harry Golden's qFor Two Cents Plain, q his journey takes you through the past century touching briefly on subjects ranging from show biz, WWII, to his friendships with bygone day celebs. With large doses of humor and whimsy, each chapter is a short story which, when linked together reveals much of the writer's biography. His wish for you, the reader, is that Afterthoughts becomes your qpicnicq ground!About once every five years one of the tire manufacturers announces a aRun Flata tire. Though the concept may be do-able, the cost is prohibitive to the average Joe. Few are ever sold, none are installed as aoriginal equipment, a and for theanbsp;...
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