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Jerry Vilhotti

July 2, 2018

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The Immigrants Their third born, Christina would carry for three days dead. Dead. Dead; afraid they would be turned away before reaching their destination of Sao Paulo where two miles outside the large city work awaited them on a coffee plantation as a cheap labor force. “And what are you carrying in your arms, young […]

Jerry Vilhotti

April 30, 2018

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The Finger I was playing golf with my cousin Flab and my oldest brother Lenny who graduated from three penal institutions all ready. Flab, older than I, kept saying after every bad shot that that had been his fault and finally after hearing this a dozen times, I asked him whose fault did he think […]