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Historical Non-Fiction in Northern Ontario

Tag Archive for ‘Iron’

Antique Antics: How Ironic

I am a rock, I am an I-I-Island… And a heavy one, too. Mostly iron. All 914 grams packed into a 9 x 6 x 5 cm volume. Hey! Who are you calling dense? Show some respect for your elders. I am 4.5 billion year old. You heard me. BILLION! Sorry for that little outburst. I blow up from time to time. Well, once, actually. Seems just like yesterday. Had […]

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Strength in Numbers

How many, I wonder, will include somewhere in their daily post the line, “Today’s episode is brought to you by the number 26”? Well, add one more to the queue! Iron has played a supporting role in my life, starting with the television ads for Geritol. Not sure why they had such a strong impact on me. Most likely because there was a bottle of the stuff in the medicine […]

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