Chapel Hill: Opinion

May 30, 2014 12:00 AM

Blair Pollock: And when I die

After writing this column now for twenty years as of this month I’ve not ever been at a loss for subject matter. But having gone to way too many funerals and memorials in the past year of friends and relatives my age I can’t help but think of my own mortality and felt compelled to examine it.

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