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When I was growing up, the small truckstop my parents owned was a hub of activity. People would stop by and the conversation would flow. If you wanted to know anything that was going on in Waldo, my parents usually knew it - not because they were gossips, but because folks would just stop by and talk. My parents were always well informed on local “goings-on” as well as state and national news that was passed on by our customers. As I got older, this “knowing all” became somewhat an obsession with me. I felt like I just had to watch both the early news and the late evening news, that I had to read the paper cover to cover, and I was always ready to hear the latest from a friend or an acqu

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