Mr. and Mrs. Gray
 
Quickly I'm across the cobblestones to West St. in Greenwich Village getting my first run of the day from JDF Advertising up to 625 Madison. It's quickly followed by a run for the New York Review of Books on West 57th, where I flirt with Barbara, but get nowhere. Then I'm on to Ed Sullivan Productions over on Third Ave. Marcy smiles at me as I tell her my (funny at the time) Chico Marx/Carl Reiner joke. I know all the receptionists and best bathrooms. Flora at Paris Match on Madison at 67th St. flirts with me, much to my pleasure. By noon I stop for for a rare standing lunch at Papaya King. Then I'm pedaling fast on a super-rush job. The exercise is great and my heart loves it — like I love a girl who's far away and I'm pedaling towards her.

 

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Mr. and Mrs. Gray, E. 86th St. 1975
Mr. Gray: “They told me if I let them cut my balls off I'd live longer.
Imagine that! I told 'em to hell with it.”
Mrs. Gray: “I don't know why not. You don't use them.”

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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~   This handsome, provocative 104-page hardcover book includes the movie Making HOOKY, on DVD   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~