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April 13, 2014

There's no saw like an old saw

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But her best lines came when I was screwing up somehow. “If you fall out of that tree and break your neck, you’re not going to the store with me.” And the best of all: “Put a coat on or you’ll catch your death of pneumonia. You’ll get sick and die and then you’ll be sorry.”

Mothers always knew best. Have a great day and please, drive carefully.

Gordie Little was for many years a well-known radio personality in the North Country and now hosts the “Our Little Corner” television program for Home Town Cable. Anyone with comments for him may send them to the newspaper or email him at gordandk@aol.com.

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