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Saturday, October 04, 2003

Today's reading 

Laura Lippman's short story is now up. Go read it. This part especially sticks in my brain:

" Like most teenagers, she assumed her generation had invented depravity – and she was not entirely off the mark. Her clients remembered their pasts as one might remember a dream – hazy, incoherent, yet vaguely satisfying. Indulged in their youth, they had little need for rebellion in adulthood, and even less energy for it. "

If that doesn't make you sit up and take notice, what will?

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