Monday, April 23, 2007
My Man on Long Island
I like what you have written here billy, and would like to add a variation of my own comparing the old loser with the new loser:
When i was single, I thought married people were dead, now married, i consider single people frivolous;
When I had hair, I thought bald men were ugly, now bald, I consider hair to be an ugly atavistic relic
when I had nothing, I hunted those who had. Now having much, I hide.
When I was thin, I thought the obese as lacking willpower, now still thin, I consider the obese to be American Bush-loving slobs
For an American portrait of Anthony go here.
And his much more beautiful and interesting wife Anna, recently embroiled in the century's first major Houdini scandal.