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Best Worst Year: Episode 73 (Or, Alien Lanes)

By Jim Warner The only times you get together are for weddings and funerals.  It doesn’t give away your age, just your distance.  If you had stayed, would it have mattered? There are nearly eighteen years between the two of … Continue reading

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Best Worst Year: Episode 71 (Or, I Hope This Whole Thing Didn’t Frighten You)

By Jim Warner You are leaning on a guardrail, a handful of exits from the I-476/276 split–where the Northeast Extension feeds into a major artery of Philadelphia. You were looking at apartments and second interviews at two professional writing jobs–one … Continue reading

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Best Worst Year: Episode 69 (Or, Hotel Sterling)

By Jim Warner   His home burned to the ground before you knew him, but you remember how smoke wandered from West River to South Franklin. Listless and violent. So in tune with this caged heart of a desperate rust … Continue reading

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