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The Shoeshiner is Dead

Posted on: April 25th, 2013 by Drew No Comments


We are gathered here today to pay our last respects to the shoeshiner, a beloved son and friend to shoes all over the world.

He will be remembered fondly by those who knew him, sitting on a street corner, brush in hand and coins rattling in his pocket.  A familiar service for gentlemen of breeding.

With every death there comes life and with every shoeshiner there is today a Sunshiner.  The Sunshiner knows no age nor gender and by the work done helps those in most need, a uniformed cash free modern incarnation.

So, let us not remember the shoeshiner with sadness, let rather rejoice in his legacy, the Sunshiner, the office shoeshiner of today.


Rest in peace






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