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There are a million stories in Saugatuck-Douglas, the Naked Cities—not counting Cindy Gamrat’s. It’s Christmas Eve and I need gifts fast. Email to the rescue.

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Saugatuck-Douglas has more stores per capita that cater to critters than anywhere. Dogs and cats? We love ‘em. Humans? We’re not as sure.

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Now I am 60 I should grow up and accept it’s too late. Aspirations have turned to ashes. What’s left? Second childhood and mere oblivion, sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything.

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There is living and then there’s life. For me, existence gets pretty humdrum.

“What did you do today?” my wife asks.

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Republican Presidential hopeful Ted Cruz is declaring war on the liberal media and has a personal favor to ask me. First I ask:

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I wasn’t looking for satori in Dowagiac. More like a Coke. We are all thirsty for enlightenment, to which “satori” refers, but sugar water was all I could afford or swallow.

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Life is good:

• Blue Star Highway, for which this column was named when I came here nine years ago, has been rebuilt by our office.

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