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July 10, 2016
Sorry, folks--As some of you noticed this went out with the text missing! Shows you how I screw up now and then. Hope this time you won't be disappointed. So.... By John Guy LaPlante What a surprise! I have come across a terrific expose of what a huge scamming industry is lurking out there and … [Read More...]
July 6, 2016
…was calling for my help. From Mexico City! I was thunderstruck. By John Guy LaPlante SCAM: Merrriam-Webster Dictionary: noun, a fraudulent or deceptive act or operation. SCAM: LaPlante: an act so insidious and horrible that you want to wring the perpetrator by the neck! Ryan is 28, … [Read More...]
May 18, 2016
By John Guy LaPlante Written by me on Jan. 5, 1991. A quarter of a century ago! Extraordinary in its content. And I had zero memory of it! It surprised me. I believe it will surprise you, too. Here it is. Jan. 5, 1991 To:Letters (Editor), Sunday Journal Magazine, Providence, R.I. … [Read More...]
May 13, 2016
By John Guy LaPlante Who created them? Take a look at the pictures. A picture is worth a thousand words. That saying has never been so apt. Yes, who? Are they statuettes? Figurines? Just meaningless piled-up stones? I think they're more than that. What is amazing is how precariously—how … [Read More...]