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Those of us with young children know how easy it can be to spoil them to the point they struggle to appreciate the simpler things in life — say, the fact they have food on the table, new clothes for school and 900 channels of satellite TV.
More than 20 years ago, at an absolute hole in the wall in Pendleton — I think it was a little card shop — I remember seeing Perry Tuttle on the wall, his arms reaching skyward as he celebrated a touchdown during the Tigers’ Orange Bowl victory over Nebraska on Jan. 1, 1982.
There is nothing “right” about racism and hate. It’s a learned disease, and the best antidote is unity.