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Monday, December 9, 2013


I was in Lincoln back in 1998 visiting a friend, and one day we drove up to the front of a modest but well-kept house in a typical middle-class neighborhood and my friend said, "this is of course the Starkweather house. Everybody who visits Lincoln should see it."

"Nice," I said, and we drove away.  If you're ever in Lincoln, don't miss it.


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