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Adventure Seven: Art Smart

Written by: David Garber         “You okay with doing this?” Shelby asked as we drove west along the Sunset Strip to Holmby Hills and her boss’s exquisite mansion.   Shelby boasted, “His house used to belong to Tony Curtis and … Continue reading

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Adventure Six: $$$ Marx the Spot

Written by: Bill Braunstein It was another one of those days at work where if time went by any slower, it could be timed with a calendar.  I look at the clock and it says 3:17 p.m.  That means another … Continue reading

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Adventure Five: A Shining Moment

Written By: John Tellegen It must have been 3 or 4 in the morning when I awoke with a jolt, like someone had zapped me with a Taser. I sat up, soaked with sweat and panting. I wasn’t used to … Continue reading

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Adventure Four: Good Advice

Written by: Bruce Kalish Shelby and I entered my apartment, our clothes soaked from the pouring rain.  We kicked off our soggy shoes as Shelby laughed about my weather forecasting abilities. “No, Shelby.  You don’t need a jacket.  The clouds … Continue reading

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Adventure Three: “Some Like it Hot” (Revisit)

Written by: David Garber I know it’s time to do my laundry when: 1. I’m wearing my last pair of underwear in the shower to clean them. 2. I no longer fold or roll up my socks, they stand up … Continue reading

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Adventure Two: “Never The Twain Shall Meet”

Written by: David Garber              Hey.  My name’s Kyle Benson, but my buddies call me KB.            I just spent four weeks in the hospital, diagnosed with PSD – Paranoiac Schizophrenic Disorder — the result of slow reflexes on a … Continue reading

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Adventure One: “The Release”

written by David Garber            I was sitting across from a vaguely familiar looking man with a heavy European accent.  Have you noticed these days how all the doctors at the hospitals seem to be foreigners?  … Continue reading

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Adventure Twenty-seven: Going… Going… Gonzo

by Bill Braunstein If the stack of tomes at my desk was any taller, onlookers would think I was playing the textbook version of Jenga.  But I’m not. I’m here in the downtown branch of the Los Angeles Public Library … Continue reading

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Adventure Twenty-four: A Touch of Evel

by Bill Braunstein I’m getting a tattoo. Yes, I’m going to have an artist insert needles containing inks of multiple colors deep into my skin to create a design I’ll carry with me until the day I die. And to … Continue reading

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Adventure Twenty-one: Some Delight

By David Garber Since my breakup with Shelby, my social life had been a bit slow.  Okay, not exactly slow, dormant.  I was at the point where I got excited just slipping into my skinny jeans.  Now ordinarily it’s not … Continue reading

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