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"Pretend It Was Just the Wind," by Gary J. Whitehead

The New Yorker

And now that we've moved on, I think of the outlets sparking out And of all the items of our life-- our braided rugs, the dog's bed and bowls, the sofa with its pillows,

Lions Rolling Into Matchup Vs Falcons; Giants Seeming Lost

U.S. News

EXTRA POINTS: Agnew's punt return was the fifth longest in Lions' history. Giants CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie topped New York with 11.

Whitehead Supporter Does Not Believe..

Huffington Post - Tech news and opinion

"He was the main errand boy of the 1900-01 shop. He may easily recall various tasks Whitehead might have assigned him to, but as to being a 1st class associate, I cannot buy this at all. In my log I denounced his significance and wrote his testimony off as being un-reliable. This was done some 2 years ago. So basically we agree on this man.

Jets' Whitehead Has Broken Foot, Sidelined Indefinitely

U.S. News

Coach Todd Bowles said Tuesday that Whitehead was injured during practice Monday and it's uncertain whether he will need surgery. Bowles did not know if Whitehead will be out for the year, saying only that it'll be at least "a little while."

Bible returned to family after 151 years

BBC News

A 151-year-old Bible has been returned to the Scottish descendants of its original owner after making a 3,500 mile journey from the US. The book was returned after American owner Marshall Whitehead decided to track down the family of the original owner. It was eventually handed to Donald Mackechnie, 66, at his home in Glasgow. The Bible had originally belonged to the great-grandfather of Mr Mackechnie's grandmother. Mr Whitehead, who was gifted the pocket-sized book in 2001 by an amateur Bible collector from Cleveland, Ohio, had rediscovered it when moving home in May.