So. Much. Dying.

When did we become dismissive of humanity?

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It wasn’t too long ago that I lived in a place where death notices printed by the public library were pinned to bulletin boards in the market, gas station and farm supply store. Operations shut down by noon on Saturday in anticipation of the evening death knell. A procession of cars, pickups and tractors stuffed with generations of surnames hauled into town from…

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