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Dining out in Smudge: a story about bigotry

 


The names and places in this little story have been changed to protect the innocent. Let's call the town where the man and the woman stopped for dinner, "Smudge." The town was well-named. It was not much more than a smudge along the highway. And let's call the restaurant where they dined the "Hole-in-the-Wall."

On this evening of the opening day of elk season, nearly every table in the Hole-in-the-Wall was full. Many of the customers were families with children. Hunters, sprinkled throughout the room, were dressed in the unlikely combination of camo regalia accessorized with day-glo orange...



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