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The toxic turkey that threatened our family

The toxic turkey that threatened our family

The home filled with an acrid and nauseating odor. I asked my father why it was so smoky. He looked like Robert Duvall walking around a bombed out landscape in Vietnam relishing the smell of turkey in the morning.

December 2, 2018 | Posted in Opinion, Stephen Reid, Top Box | Read More »

The toxic turkey that threatened our family

The toxic turkey that threatened our family

The home filled with an acrid and nauseating odor. I asked my father why it was so smoky. He looked like Robert Duvall walking around a bombed out landscape in Vietnam relishing the smell of turkey in the morning.

November 28, 2018 | Posted in z | Read More »

My Father: the man who held a wacky family together

My Father: the man who held a wacky family together

I wrote the following story years ago about my father, Lou Reid. He passed away last year and although it sounds hokey, his voice and presence in me grows stronger as I get older. His loyalty and love and dedication in raising my brother and I is unmatched in most anyone I have met. He never failed me as a father or let me down. He taught me how to throw a curveball, how to love writing and politics and how to get done whatever it is you say you are going to do. He taught me the meaning of loyalty and commitment

June 17, 2011 | Posted in Opinion, Stephen Reid | Read More »