Stop, Tumble, and Remember Your Past

In 1660, John Bunyan was arrested for preaching without a license.  He spent 12 years in prison, and was released following 1672′s Declaration of Indulgence; that declaration was reversed in 1673, and Bunyan spent another 6 months in prison, where he wrote the first part of The Pilgrim’s Progress.  I spoke with a client last week who had been stopped for driving with a blood alcohol level of .161, triggering the higher mandatory sentence for DUI in Washington State.  She told me that …

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