Welcome to Olive Hell and Why I Gag at the Thought of Eating Them

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I was recently reminded of an experience with olives where I nearly threw up at my relative's house.

A few years ago, I took a business trip to a city in the Northeast that was within twenty minutes of where my Aunt and Uncle lived. There…

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I am an author, a technology guy, a grandad, a widower, and a man with many interests. I write to inform and entertain. Email: lee@lbentch.com

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Lee J. Bentch

Lee J. Bentch

I am an author, a technology guy, a grandad, a widower, and a man with many interests. I write to inform and entertain. Email: lee@lbentch.com

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