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"TO HER NOT-QUITE FRIENDS"
(THE NEW YORK TIMES) "There are others, of course, in my private collection of people I don't know very well. Everybody has a unique collection. The attractive postal worker, the homeless man with the voice of an angel, the preacher outside the church, the men of Two Boots, the women of the restaurant Ma Ma Buddha, the volunteers at our voting booths, the thus-far-unknown actors at the theater around the corner and the domino players of Washington Square Park." This article was about all the 'little people' that this woman anticipated missing when she moved away from her neighborhood. I seem to think a little too literally for my own good sometimes; and when there are a lot of people mentioned, I decide to draw A LOT OF PEOPLE! I think people enjoy looking at these, but as it gets late in the night, I sometimes regret these solutions...
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