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The father put his grumpy, irritable son in the corner of the restaurant, set the timer on his watch for five minutes and returned to his booth.
A woman, appalled by the time-out, confronts Doug Grosjean and lectures him. She tells him this public humiliation will emotionally scar his son for life.
Early in the Civil War, when the South had an advantage and the Union lacked decisive leadership, a group of Northwest Ohio soldiers volunteered to infiltrate enemy lines, steal a Confederate train, destroy a railroad and cut vital supply lines.
Andrews' Raiders are well-known among Civil War historians for their reckless, ill-fated raid. While it failed and eight men were executed as spies, the bol