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The White Marmon is Parked in Front of the Opus One Cabaret

Length: 134 pages36 minutes


Blood was on the killing chute of the Swift Slaughter House though Gitta and Frieda did not see it as they licked their lollipops. A homeless man reads by candlelight. What page is he on? A man ducks into Al & Jack’s Bar to avoid Monsignor Barron’s sermon. Cheap whores shout, “Upstairs mister?” Knot theory is proved. In a seedy bar in East Berlin, 1960, a Jewish woman who was in Dachau listens to the theme from the film “The Third Man” being played on the piano. Meanwhile at the Opus I cabaret Louie the Weasel sings, “This joint is jumping. This joint is really jumping.”

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