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DON’T!!! Let’s do one another a favor passing on the impulse. Just now, for instance, I opened a box of chocolates whose presenter will remain nameless, that looked as if they came by way of Gaza, and that’s putting it … Continue reading
Well, not exactly the chimney since the size of them would have made it collapse. Still thinking about my mother. When I was little, she never stuffed a traditional stocking. It was always a receptacle of some kind: a wastepaper … Continue reading
I worked with my pal Ed the other day on what I can only call, a very challenging job, without picking the scab of it’s afterlife. Watching Ed, as exhausted as I, soldier on without breaking a sweat looking as … Continue reading
I’m amazed at the press over Kim Kardashian being robbed at gunpoint in her Paris hotel room after putting all her jewelry on social media. That’s like blaming fishermen for fishing after loading your pond with trout. Yeah, I know, … Continue reading
I’m in the 5 items or less check-out line at Whole Foods with a young kid around 20, in front of me, getting coffee and a muffin. I say, “Wouldn’t you like a little bag for your muffin?” It’s self-service … Continue reading
This morning, while running, I met a group of young, dashing Europeans coasting down Harlem Hill. Tall, dark, built like steeds, like a Polo commercial with a dash of Versace thrown in. Their lime green and French blue shirts lit … Continue reading
I’m writing this in my head, standing in a very long line at Whole Foods, the Epcot of organic supermarkets. There’s a guy in front of me who looks like a weight-lifter with arms the size of salamis, holding one … Continue reading