“What could possibly go wrong, eh?”

Nice, eh? Historic but nice. Well, these are fashions from my great grandparents’ women’s fashion design in Torino, Italy. They owned the entire company: lock, stock, barrel and sewing machines.  In today’s dollars, it was a fully-operational $200 million-dollar business. Until 1939. Then Mussolini’s government simply took it.  Government officials walked in the front door and that was that. My great grandfather died in a slave labor camp and my great grandmother in Auschwitz. My father, uncle and grandparents landed in New York with $15,000. Next time you hear anyone talking about how the President and Congress are kicking away democratic safeguards, worry. Next time it could be YOU. If you get a chance, take a look at one of my short stories at https://retreatsfromoblivion.com/2018/08/29/the-matter-of-the-smallgarian-wall-and-the-portuguese-undertaker-by-steve-levi/ [See my books at https://authormasterminds.com/master-of-the-impossible-crime. See my webinar at http://bit.ly/2zjyiYG.]

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