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On Turning Thirty, by Raul Clement

  “It’s impossible for a man to waste any time before thirty-five…” – James Michener, The Drifters “What you don’t do before thirty, you’ll never do.” – John Updike, from…?   I. The Pixar film Up presents itself as for … Continue reading

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USELESS BUT VALUABLE

USELESS BUT VALUABLE by John Dunn It began with an email from an old friend, now living in Sweden. He is in his later 60’s and reported that one of his kidneys had quit working and the other was down … Continue reading

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A Coney Island of the Belly

A Coney Island of the Belly By John Unger Zussman June 1968. We emerge boisterous from the prom, the night still balmy. Six of us pile into my GTO and speed toward downtown Detroit to Lafayette Coney Island. Brightly lit, … Continue reading

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