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The Dirtiest Word I Know

Shh! not so loud — someone might hear! this must be whispered, secretly, furtively, the dirtiest word I know: Dead. Oh sure, we can be dead tired or dead broke or dead on our feet or dead to the world, … Continue reading

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2-Minute Warning

“What if you get a two-minute warning?” “What?” “You know – before you die. A two-minute warning. Like pro football.” “Like pro football?” “Yeah, sure.” “Time outs and all?” “Naw, I don’t think you’d get a time-out, man. I mean, … Continue reading

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My unforgettable friend, Robert Vignaud, had one of the sweetest souls I have ever known. I first met Robert when he and Suzanne moved in next to me on Christopher Street with her 10-year old, Eric, back in the 80s. … Continue reading

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