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Happiness is a bodyguard with a warm gun

John Lennon retreated to the Dakota in 1975 to raise his newborn son and didn’t come out for the next five years. And when Lennon did, the world had changed, and not for the better. So observed a writer in Esquire magazine several years ago in an article entitled, “The Case for Guns.” I didn’t save the article, but something…

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