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Thanks for all of your vingettes, sounds like a good weekend.


I have been back-reading, and am very sorry the computer wasn't hooked up to let me know you were in town. We're unpacking here in Brooklyn, and indulging in the old couples game known as "why do you have so many g@#$^%n books, C.?" Anyway, good to be back in your comments section. Cheers!



I thought you were still in Paris or I'd have gotten in touch. Now that I know how easy it is to get to the City from here I'll be back more often. Let's make plans!

Good to hear you're finally getting settled in your new place, neighbor.


Timothy Leary once remarked that people take drugs because drugs are the only way to feel the way people in television commercials look like they feel.

Which reminds me that from time to time I wish that New York could effect a cultural exchange with Los Angeles, or Tokyo, and consign to that place some portion of the visitors and residents who seek in New York to feel the way people in The Thin Man or Top Hat or the works of John O'Hara look like they feel, and in trade receive a few containers full of pierced, tattooed seekers of the Gibsonian hyperpresent.

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