Man About TOWN

The Man braves the saddle for the chance to document his heroism
The Man contemplates the source of his demise
The Man’s usually gracious father harbors hard feelings to last a lifetime
The Man’s old ink reminds him of a once rebellious spirit
The Man ponders the changing landscape of manhood
Family traditions help the Man and his children push through rough times
The Man contemplates the lasting effects of winning
The Man turns into a real Cyrano for the benefit (or detriment) of a friend
An unwelcome guest interrupts the Man’s flow of business
At least the Man is honest about one thing: his daily fib count
A past pool experience proves more than what the Man signed up for
By day, the Man has inhibitions—but by night, he sinks all the putts

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