by Marc Munroe Dion Jack Dupont was not a true believer in much of anything. As a reporter, he felt that strong belief led to the dusty, parched intersection of shortsightedness and bias. But he believed a few things. A partial list follows. The short sentence is best. Inanimate objects have no soul. Neither [...]
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“What I hate about winter is that it takes so damn long to get dressed,” Jack Dupont muttered. It was 7 degrees above zero in Mill River, Massachusetts, a former cotton mill town with a 14 percent unemployment rate, where Dupont and girlfriend Simone LaCroix dug metaphorical ditches as $880-a-week reporters at the Mill River [...]