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Silipos Silopad Digital Pad Mini 12 per Pack # 10055
Silipos Silopad Digital Pad Mini 12 per Pack # 10055
Offered by Northeast Deals Inc
Price: $22.99
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3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars, August 13, 2016
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I ordered a pack of mini digital pads and there was an assortment of mini and large.

by Jack Kernion
Edition: Paperback
Price: $9.95
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5.0 out of 5 stars Pittsburgher(s), September 9, 2011
This review is from: Pittsburgher(s) (Paperback)
Jack Kernion's gift for remembering life events with exquisite detail, from the age of 11 through his adult years, makes him an extraordinary storyteller a la James Joyce in DUBLINERS. His stories range from the simply hilarious (conversations of those gathered to celebrate his and his twin brother's eleventh birthday) to the tender and poignant (many moments shared with his wife Anne and their three children, with his parents and his twin brother, and with his many friends and colleagues). Jack is indeed an astute and keen observer of life and people. In this memoir he has tackled the difficult task of articulating the shift from modern to postmodern perspectives implicit in Joyce's DUBLINERS and his PITTSBURGHER(S), with an emphasis on the unique "Pittsburgher" character and its influence on his own personal development. I loved reading PITTSBURGHER(S) and highly recommend it. In this book, Kernion poses and answers the quesion: "Can we learn from history?" His stories also exemplify his belief, following Erich Fromm, that deep joy is only possible when Love is seen and lived as the answer to the problem of existence.

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