EYE ON THE PIE: This may not be beginning of the end

"The sky is falling, the sun may not rise tomorrow, the eternal verities are in doubt." So said the Prophet standing in the public park. Lunch-hour office workers and shoppers strolled past or relaxed on benches. The speaker was seen as a nut, an unfortunate member of the homeless class, driven by drugs to disgrace and dissolute dialogue. But I knew better. This was Phil Prophet, formerly one of the leading mortgage lenders in the state, a regular Rotarian, a...

 

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