A Story For Sunday: MOONWALKING AT THE GRAB-A-GRANNY INN by Karl Koweski

rogue‘Culley didn’t consider himself a criminal.  Criminality carried the eventual obligation of justice and punishment.  Culley preferred the term “outlaw” when describing himself to Hoyt, his cohort in crime.  He liked to think he existed outside the law the way the Amish lived outside the realm of technology.’

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