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Remembering JoePa: No man leaves an uncomplicated legacy
By the time anyone gets around to asking another person how he or she would like to be remembered, the answer is, almost assuredly, destined to be a footnote. The query makes sense only if that man or woman’s legacy is already shrouded in nuance and of some particular public interest. And it’s not like the answer will tilt the scales; not in the cacophony of chatter that crowds the internet.
By Chris Korman
January 26, 2012