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The U.P.’s legend of Stormy Kromer

Most of you, who are not from Michigan or Wisconsin, are probably wondering who the heck is Stormy Kromer and why am I writing about him. Well, to put it simply, he and his wife Ida invented a wonderfully comfortable … Continue reading

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Obsolete watch – things about to disappear

Here’s my initial list of things that will largely disappear in the next decade. Sure, you can still find buggy whips in certain places, but they don’t permeate the market like they did 100 years ago. Wristwatches – who needs … Continue reading

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