Years ago, an old man who had been a union organizer was a frequent questioner at municipal council meetings. He was known as one of the regulars, the often-loony characters who always made comments or asked questions. Yet, you couldn’t ignore him; try as we might at the press table.

For through the ramblings and crazy ideas came an occasionally penetrating insight. Maybe that describes all of us, who at some time or another sound loony to some of the people all of the time, all of the people some of the time, and once in a while make perfect sense.

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