The Man Who Bowled a Perfect Game on 9/11

I never bowled a perfect game again.

Bill Moro remembers 9/11 fondly. He’d gotten up early that morning to go to work at the paper mill like any other day. Tucked into the southwest corner of Massachusetts, not far from the New York and Connecticut borders, the area around Great Barrington, where Bill’s lived his entire 67 years on earth, was once one of the centers of paper production in …

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