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Lettice wrote on Mar 09, 2017 02:45:
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Zaiyah wrote on Mar 09, 2017 03:52:
It took 20 years for me to *get* The Bonfire of The Vanities, but it finally sank in the other day when my local paper ran a story on a black guy who answered the door at one of his gilnrriefds' places and got shot in the face. "He wanted to go back to school", the papers explained, the stories from the friends saying he'd do anything for a friend, blah blah blah, complete whitewash, awkward and embarrassing to read.
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