Submissions Tagged 'Boston_Bruins'

As a business owner in the '70s, my dad was a Jewish version of Tony Soprano--without all the murders, loan-sharking, and drug dealing. Vendors constantly bestowed gifts upon him: pewter and silver mugs and goblets, fine cut crystal, wristwatches, Cross pen and pencil sets, cases of scotch...it was a good gig.

Sometimes he'd come home with the swag at night, or it would magically appear at our doorstep like an orphan. The strange reality of desirable objects simply materializing, at no cost whatsoever to us, we regarded as perfectly normal, and contributed to my family's complete lack of understanding Read more

 
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