Only very late in life did Uncle John talk about his service to his country, but just a little. His reasoning was the essence of the man: He was doing his duty and that was it.
"It remained for A.P. Brown to state the clinching argument by pointing out that of the 15 members of the TNC who have died during the Club’s history, five were abstainers, seven exceedingly moderate drinkers while only three could by any standard be called good bottle men.”
They gussy them up with names like Chicago Electric to imply American quality. The power tools I examined and bearing such a name were made in China and felt as cheap as their price tags would suggest.