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March 28, 2009, midnight
After getting pink-slipped from his cement-plant job a week before Christmas, Nick Maloney indulged in some moping. For a week or two, the 27-year-old from Fairborn, Ohio, watched TV, played video games and slept until noon.

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March 14, 2008, midnight
There's a yellow sticky note on my husband's well-worn recliner in our living room. And one on the framed picture from my son's second birthday party. And there's one stuck on the extra dresser in our bedroom that's taking up too much space near the doorway.

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Feb. 20, 2008, midnight
Have bad childhood flashbacks of oatmeal? Terrorized by memories of that grayish bowl of flavorless glop your mom made you eat before school?

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Feb. 1, 2008, midnight
When your home lines a golf course, this is the time of hibernation. Snow flocks the greens, as unwelcome to die-hard golfers as premature gray hair. Golf carts sit idle. The clubhouse sign says "closed." And yet, there is still life in the area's golf-course communities – even in the cold months of winter.