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Poetry and humor make reality of death more tolerable

Published 01/30/2013, Superior Telegram

Can we be certain about anything? Benjamin Franklin is credited with a favorite truism, “Nothing is certain except death and taxes.” Actually nobody of consequence has disputed that regarding death, but now politicians have substituted the word fees for taxes.

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