My grandfather was talented in captivating an audience. I can picture him sitting on a bench, leaning slightly on his cane, his nose full of tobacco snuff. And I can still here us, the grandchildren, asking him wide-mouthed: “Is it really true… grandpa?” “Those who don’t know how to tell the truth don’t deserve to be listened to” answered our grandfather.
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