Finding beauty in those hockey details
America is often inaccurately regarded as indistinguishable and interchangeable in its composition. Far from it. This oversight may be because many people's prisms are retail-orientated, and not ethnic, topographical, linguistic, demographic or weather-related in focus. You know, the details.
When I was a kid, my Coke was a "pop" in Ohio and Pennsylvania, "soda" in New York and "tonic" in South Boston.
If your prism is, say, a Subway restaurant, then life may be one big ...
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