By James M. Price
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Funny? ” And then it dawned on Penny. “Jesus, it was filmed in 1993! DiCaprio’s retarded and his balls hadn’t even dropped! ” She was holding the DVD in the air like a demonstrator in a supermarket. ” Mary grinned. “Good point,” Penny agreed. ” She sighed, laying the DVD on the coffee-table. ” Mary asked, concerned. She seemed OK but she was a master in the art of masking. Mary had often thought what a great actor she would have made, but Penny had joined an acting class one summer and hated it, calling those around her a bunch of jumped-up talent-free tossers.
The shelf under the coffee-table contained a number of books. He sank into the sofa and began leafing through them. The Bourne Identity by Robert Ludlum. Saw the movie, and the mini series. Matt Damon did a fine job. I never did like Richard Chamberlain. His mind rambled on, as he debated which book he’d lose himself in. Birdsong maybe, although war was depressing and, since he was alone in a foreign nation and had just come off heroin, it might be wiser to choose something more uplifting. He picked up a rather thick book entitled The Deptford Trilogy by Robertson Davies.
I did, and it is and it isn’t,” he answered. “OK,” Sam agreed, and drove in the direction that Jerry was pointing. Jerry laughed to himself. He liked Americans. They were a lot better to banter with than the Germans. Germans never seemed to have much time for Jerry. “I’m the postman,” he said, after a moment or two. ” “Oh. OK. ” “Ah, but it does. You see, you and me, we’re not the only Sullivans in this town. There’s plenty more. In fact, the place is full of us, and as for first names you couldn’t throw a pint in any direction without hitting a Jerry, a John, a Jimmy, a Robert, a Peter, a Frank or a Francie.
All the Arabic You Never Learned the First Time Around by James M. Price