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Reminds me of when I was 8, and one of my classmates would sneak out copies of his dad's "gentlemen's magazines". There were four of us living on the block, and we would gather under the storm culvert to look at them.Your first boner, Sky? Jack.
Ahhh, yes.Reminds me of when I was 8, and one of my classmates would sneak out copies of his dad's "gentlemen's magazines". There were four of us living on the block, and we would gather under the storm culvert to look at them.
I didn't really know what I was looking at, but I liked it. "She ain't got no thang, just a bunch of hair down there!" (It was 1970.)
And then the one where I started to understand: the oldest of our group said, "He's kissin' her tittie! That makes my peter grow!"
All of a sudden I understood why mine was growing too.
He also had a cameo in the movie. At the Santa line in Higgin's department storeSky, your stories and writing style remind me so much of my childhood listening to Gene Shepard "Shep". Shep had a radio show every night on WOR New York and a live 2 hr show sat night from the Limelight in grinidge village.
One of his books, In God we trust, all others pay cash, turned into the script for the classic movie, "a Christmas story". Gene's voice is Ralphies's daydreaming .
While in college, I took a date to a live concert at Princeton univ. Gene was fantastic in person, but I don't think she got his humor as much as I did...
After you write your book, movie time...
Hope you are well.