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Mar 30Liked by Adam Snyder

The quality of your prose, story and dry wit are taking over, so as I read I’m thinking less, “what an excellent story by my brother-in-law,” and more like, “what an excellent story.”

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Nov 28, 2023Liked by Adam Snyder

especially senior. citizens!!!

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Nov 28, 2023Liked by Adam Snyder

Now that I have experienced those blue slate sidewalks, I am thinking how those in the Hudson Valley must appreciate reading your story.

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Nov 28, 2023Liked by Adam Snyder

Fun to think back on life before my hp copier!

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Nov 27, 2023Liked by Adam Snyder

Timothy called their car the Calico Chrysler, in honor of his cat, who actually had a better paint job.

very clever--Timothy's inner monologue is fun to follow.

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Nov 25, 2023Liked by Adam Snyder

Love reading this even more than the first chapter. I especially love his fleeting thought of sharing about the prostitute. Made me laugh.

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Nov 23, 2023Liked by Adam Snyder

“Then, there was Timothy’s porch.”

This is getting funnier and funnier!

I am loving the chapter installments.

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Ah, the plot properly thickens... Rustoleum and a lady of the night - in broad daylight. It's a delight.

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Thanks Caroline for continuing, stay tuned!

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