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Goodbye Mort

First, let me say this: Susan Sarandon sure has big ones. I know, random, but I think my friend Mort would have wanted me to start a “Goodbye” to him with something like that (actually, I know he would but would accuse me of being a wimp for not going…how can I say this…deeper, I guess.). Anyway, Tennessee Williams said “Life is partly what WE make it, and partly what it is made by the friends we choose.” Before I met Mrs Fidanza, Mort was as close to a best friend as I have allowed. He had flaws but so do I. Some he admitted and worked on, others he could see, some he ignored, to the chagrin of many of us. BUT, whom among us is perfect? Mort wasn’t and I accepted that as he accepted my imperfection and that is part of what made us friends. See you soon Mort, maybe we’ll playa round, winner gets The Dinky. (The rat owed me 5 bucks, by the way…)

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