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Mr. Fix-Its of Their Own Lives

It was dark when Shay Nartker drove to a quiet spot alongside the Ohio River.

Earlier that day, he had met with a friend who had driven down from Columbus, Ohio, to Cincinnati to speak with him about his concerns over what was, or what wasn't, happening in Mr. Nartker's life.

His friend saw unrealized potential in him. But Mr. Nartker, who was divorced from a woman he had married in his early 20s, was drinking too much, and his diet consisted of the fast food he ate while falling

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