Monthly Archives: April 2016

Yellow Cab

I’d like to say it was the best of times, it was the worst of times; but that would be just plain wrong. Plagiarism aside, it was definitely the worst of times; not just for me but for a lot … Continue reading

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October 31, 1979

On This Day in History, October 31, 1979, Halloween, working the night shift during my brief and bitter stint as a cab driver, I picked up a couple of drag queens as fares. They were so soused with cheap perfume … Continue reading

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Ivan the Terrible

Went to McDonald’s for a late breakfast but decided to have a smoke before entering. As I stood by the door a young Hispanic mother exited. She was laden with her large carry-out order and also had a young boy … Continue reading

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