Ehty-Five from the Archive Woody Allen - The New Yorker In the large coastal cities of the United States this summer many people wanted to be dressed in “real linen,” cut by Calvin Klein to wrinkle, which implies real money. Mar 26, 2010. In a 1972 interview for Esquire magazine, Groucho Marx declared that Woody Allen was “an orinal. The best, the funniest.” Allen has.
Think Hard, It'll Come Back To You - The New Yorker Two weeks ago, Abe Moscowitz dropped dead of a heart attack and was reincarnated as a lobster. “I knew such numbers looked too good to be kosher, and when I joked to him how it sounded like a Ponzi scheme he choked on his kugel. Finally, after all that hh living, it comes out he was a fraud and my net worth was bupkes. S., I had a myocardial infarction that registered at the oceanography lab in Tokyo.” “With me he played it coy,” Silverman said, instinctively frisking his carapace for a Xanax. Nov 10, 2008. By Woody Allen. As health-food stores go, the Hardened Artery is as steady as any. Perusing its pricey nutrients last week in quest of some.
The Whore of Mensa - The New Yorker That’s why when a quivering pat of butter named Word Babcock walked into my office and laid his cards on the table, I should have trusted the cold chill that shot up my spine. Dec 16, 1974. Woody Allen imagines a -girl racket in which young, brainy women engage in intellectual—rather than physical—intercourse.
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