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Same Kind of Different as Me is a non-fiction autobiographical account of two unlikely friends and published in 2006. This story is about their lives from childhood almost seventy years earlier to their attendance at the 2005 presidential inauguration. Denver never speaks to a white woman before Miss Debbie except for the time he is almost killed at the age of fifteen. That time he is fixing a flat tire. He lives in Red River Parish, Louisiana on a big, flat plantation. There are many different fields, a total of one and two hundred acres, bounded by hardwood, pecan trees. Denver is walking down a red dirt road running in front of the plantation returning from his auntie's house. He sees a white lady wearing a hat and skirt standing by a blue Ford with a tire problem so Denver asks, "You need some help...

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