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November 25, 2020 18 min
Where Your Dad Used to Sit An open letter essay on the small pubs and public houses across England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, and Northern Ireland are more important than you know .... along with their brother bars and taverns in the US. The government folks have no stake in the game, because they just don't understand. For them, the age of COVID — The Year of the Mask — is just another opportunity for political posturing. But you and I ... we have something to lose. Give this episode a listen. Cheers. Hat tips to: Small Paul and the Driving Wheel. Ray Charles singing a song by Stevie Wonder. The poet Dylan Thomas. The Cheers theme song by Gary Portnoy. And the unknown folk pub singers captured anonymously on tape.
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