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Topic - Merle
I've been a newspaper columnist for many years, and one of my favorite annual traditions is writing a Christmas column. I'm an agnostic Jew, but I've celebrated this holiday in a nonsecular fashion since I was very young. I have a Christmas tree in my house, a wreath on the door and listen to Christmas music.
"Brother against brother," says The Governor fiercely. "Winner goes free. Fight to the death."
You could hear the mountains of North Carolina in Doc Watson's music. The rush of a mountain stream, the steady creak of a mule in leather harness plowing rows in topsoil and the echoes of ancient sounds made by a vanishing people were an intrinsic part of the folk musician's powerful, homespun sound.
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