If you have lived in United States long enough and happen to be a non-white immigrant, chances are that you have been subject to some level of discriminatory remarks. I can attest to this and so can most of you.
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Tolstoy famously told Chekhov "your plays are almost as bad as Shakespeare's, Anton Pavlovich." Which brings up the question of the A Stop at Willough...
With his well-fitting suits and unsettlingly calm delivery, it seemed as if Serling was almost marveling at his ability to shock both his characters and his viewers.
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