I went the other day to the loft of a friend’s house. It was amusing, how long he’d been storing my stuff. That was because he had a house, a carpeted halogen-lit house, because years ago he’d been virtuous and prudent. Even when the rest of us were busy floundering, doling out beer for rent m…
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