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The Hitch

By Joshua Scribner

Copyright 2011 Joshua Scribner

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The Hitch

Dozer bulled down the crowded sidewalk, just as he used bull through the defensive line, taking out a linebacker or two so Kite could run through gaping holes. These days, Dozer wasn’t a high-school fullback; he was a second-year resident in neurology, and people didn’t clear out of his way because he hit them; they moved because the way he postured his broad shoulders and massive chest commanded respect, if not fear.

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