Dear Mom & Dad, I’m not in Jersey City anymore. I’ve been sitting in front of the computer trying to think of colorful things to write about this colorful city I am living in now and all the colorful people I am living with so bare with me a while as I try to put together something articulate for Dad and you to chew on. The last thing I want you to do is worry about me. In order for that to be the case I have to be careful what I say and how I say it which means the risk of me not saying much at all is a distinct possibility as you both know. You may be asking yourself what’s it’s like out here? I will answer your question this way. It’s wide. It’s spread out. It’s spread way out there. You know how we always have ourselves a blast talking about Aunt Betty’s big hips. Yeah. That’s this place. From now on when you think of L.A., think of Aunt Betty’s big hips and have yourselves a blast. People at work seem to like me…..
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- Written by: Mark Levine