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John F. Ptak

I don't know why he was having his picture made out there in the field, leaning against his grave marker. There are better things to see than this--a man and his end--even if the rest of the landscape is nothing but fits and stumbles. He was evidently satisfied with/in his belief, so far as I can determine from the story. I wish I knew the rest of it...

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