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Arthur Brooks, 78, placed an ad in the Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, Press, seeking candidates to interview. The position entails working closely with his son — “My father did this without my consent,” said Baron Brooks, after the ad ran — and its chief responsibilities include giving Arthur Brooks grandchildren, and quickly. “Dating in Salt Lake (City, Utah) has been tough because all of the women I meet already have children,” said Baron Brooks. “But that’s my problem, not his.” However, Arthur Brooks has had heart problems and wants a grandson to carry his family name. The elder Brooks lives in Beverly Hills, Calif., but the 48-year-old thought his father might have picked northern Idaho for its conservative values. (AC/Spokesman Review) ...What could be more conservative than being picked by a father to marry his son?
Original Publication Date: 26 June 2016
This story is in True’s book collections, in Volume 22.

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