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Ill Fated

Mike Cramer was ill-fated.  He and I attended both grade and high school together and, over the years, I watched Mike deliver himself into disaster after disaster.  If there was doggie doody within a block and a half, Mike would find a way to step in it.  If there was a body of water handy, Mike would find a way to fall in it.  Several times over the years I was on hand when Mike, scrabbling across log jams and such to obtain the perfect place from which to fish, would slip and tumble into the sleepy Sangamon, sometimes quite artfully, once receiving an 8.5 from the East German judge.  He would sop his miserable way to the bank, trailing streams of muddy water, and paw hopelessly through his sodden wallet, muttering to himself that he had done it yet again.

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