New Year’s, Stem Cells and Monty Python

New Year’s, Stem Cells and Monty Python

The Huffington Post | December 30, 2010 | By Don C. Reed

Like fists on the roof, the rain pounded down. But I didn’t care, I liked the rain, especially when I was safe inside, where nothing could get at me.

Then the power went out.

There being not a whole lot else to do at four in the morning, when you’re wide awake and the computer won’t turn on, I put on my seven-ninety-five Walmart rain slicker and went for a walk.

The whole neighborhood was dark.

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