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Happy Pulaski Day

One of the minor observations gleaned from driving across the country so many times is that this country loves — or at least loved — Casimir Pulaski, the Polish hero of the American Revolutionary War. An amazing number and diversity of roads, bridges, and counties are named after the guy, even though most Americans couldn’t tell you who he was. Well, today is Casimir Pulaski Day darn it, and we should celebrate!

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