silently to a stop and doused its lights.
Kimberly’s perfume and musk clung to his hands and crotch like sexual stigmata.
It had been Campbell’s first infidelity in eighteen years of marriage, your final, irreversible act.

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” she continued, glancing at me with a sort of pitying expression, as though she were thinking, “I wonder what this gawky Englishman can perform?
They seldom have a smoking-room, and so I don’t go to them.
A non-dancing man becomes speedily known in society, and the ladies shun him.
In the cartoon accompanying this essay, you will discover a delineation of the hostelry—the tavern—bah!

I’m So Glad You’re Here

Tints, Chix, RockoBoys, Gerlz, Floods, Zips, and Zaps.
We re-locate, keeping together as the girls close tight.
Jade raises his flashlight, but a Galrog with blue-triangled cheeks and purple-blond topknot kicks it from his hand.
It goes spinning a crazy beam through his dark.
There isn’t a scratch on Jade’s fingers.
We lift the door and twist it open, easy as breaking an arm.
Nothing moves inside or on the road as our lights glide over rows of bottles.

A red rose was tattooed against the pale skin on her behalf left shoulder, its stem curving down between her bare breasts, in which a thorn drew a teardrop of blood.
Like George, she had shining cable junctions beneath her jaw.
She kissed him with her tongue in his mouth.

He’d played five gigs with the band in the last two weeks, and for all five gigs the atmosphere had been strained, the electricity hadn’t been there; like a Jacob’s ladder where the two poles aren’t properly prearranged for the sparks to jump.
They walked down a white plastibrick corridor toward the stage.
The corridor narrowed following the first turn, so that they had to walk sideways, holding the instruments out before them.
Murch was a thick slug of a man with a glass crew cut.
He was a mediocre drummer, but he was a drummer, with a trap set and everything, a species of musician almost extinct.
“Murch’s rare as a dodo,” Rickenharp said once, “and that’s not absolutely all he’s got in keeping with a dodo.” Murch wore horn-rimmed dark glasses, and he was holding a bottle of Jack Daniels on his knee.

Once, if I mistake not, there was wont to be an exhibition of wax-work here; once, too, it had been famous as a place for masquerades of the most fashionable, or, at least, of the costliest description.
Here Charles Fox and Lord Maldon, with dominoes thrown over their laced clothes, and masks pressed upon their powdered perukes, reeled in from the chocolate houses and the E.
Tables; here, therefore the legends say, the bad young prince, who afterwards became a worse old king, the worthless and witless wearer of the Prince of Wales’s three ostrich plumes—here George III.’s eldest born met the beautiful Perdita.
He ill-treated her, of course, afterwards, as he ill-treated his wives (I say wives, in the plural number, do you understand?) and his mistresses, his father, his friends, and the people he was called upon to govern.
He lied to, and betrayed, all of them; and he was Dei gratiâ, and died in the odour of civil list sanctity, plus they have erected a statue to his disreputable memory in Trafalgar Square.
So into the Pantheon, turning and turning about in that Hampton-Court-like maze of stalls, laden with pretty gimcracks, toys, and papier maché trifles for the table, dolls and children’s dresses, wax flowers and Berlin and crotchet work, prints, and polkas, and women’s ware of all sorts.

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But you can find yet hundreds upon a huge selection of clerks who consume an orthodox dinner of meat, vegetables, and cheese—and on high days and holidays pudding—at one p.m.
Their numbers are sufficient to cram almost to suffocation the eating-houses of Cheapside, the Poultry, Mark Lane, Cornhill, and especially Bucklersbury.
At these restaurants they give you things with French names, ask you for a stated sum for attendance, supply the pale ale in silver tankards, and take care of your hat and coat; but I like them not—neither, I believe, do my friends, the one-o’clock-dining clerks.
Either let me head to Birch’s or the Anti-Gallican, or let me take my modest cut of roast and boiled, my “one o’ taters,” my “cheese and sallary,” at an eating-house in Bucklersbury—such a one as my alter ego, Mr. M’Connell, has here presented for the edification.
And his pictured morals must eke out my written apophthegms—for this sheet is full.
Regiment, a burly knave in a striped and fringed uniform, all red and yellow, such as a flamingo.

Only panic strength saved Rice from falling off as legs and torsos thumped and crunched beneath their tires.
“Freedom is the issue.” The secretary returned with a dust-caked bottle of sherry and a collection of clear plastic cups.
Jefferson, his hands visibly shaking now, poured a glass and tossed it back.
He said, “You made certain promises when we joined forces.
You guaranteed us liberty and equality and the freedom to pursue our very own happiness.
Instead we find your machinery on all sides, your cheap manufactured goods seducing individuals of our great country, our minerals and artwork disappearing into your fortresses, to never reappear!

However this can be with other ladies—for she was fair, and good, and wise, as “Sydney’s sister, Pembroke’s mother,” though Time has not thrown a dart at her yet, I understand there is one thing a man cannot do.
It really is Saturday night, and my uncle, who on other days of the week shuts at six o’clock in winter and eight in summer time, does not close his doors, and drives a roaring trade till midnight.
The half-pence rattle, shillings are tested, huge bundles rumble down the spout, and the tiny black calico bags, containing the tickets having mention of the goods wanted to be redeemed, and that your assistant will look out in the warehouse, fly rapidly upwards.
It is time now for all of us to redeem that trifling little matter which we pawned last Tuesday, deliberately to have an excuse for visiting the pawnbroker’s shop to-night; and, casting glances where curiosity isn’t unmixed with compassion, get back to Signor Verdi and her Majesty’s Theatre.
Thou, at least, my pal, may do this—I will leave thee in the vestibule for awhile; for, between the hours of nine and ten, I’ve other clock matters to that i must attend.
There is a new ballet to-night, where the enchanting little Pocchini, most modest and most graceful of modern danseuses, would be to appear; and Signor Verdi’s opera is quite long, and I am aweary of his figments, and cannot sit them out.

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