Many thanks. Just did – noticed here earlier postings. Nick.
I second Laura Paglin. She's a nice person, too.
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When a fictional story reimagining the U.S. invasion was published in a widely-read newspaper in Puerto Rico, its readers believed it as fact. But like the infamous chaos-inducing Orson Welles radio dramatization of the War of the Worlds, the story was utter fiction simply taken as reality. The story contained letters from a historian who unearthed evidence that the United States did not enter Puerto Rico peacefully in June, as history dictates. Instead, the Americans invaded through a town named "Seva," massacred its people, and covered it up by changing the town's name to "Ceiba," its current name.
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In reply to Jennifer Howd's post on Thu 26 May 2011 :
wow Jennifer, just today my friend forwarded your series to me, she is in it! Patty Heffley. Funny coincidence– though I realize your post is a month old, I'm just reading it today.
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