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In one picture, he was wearing white slacks (linen maybe? He looked serene and content, standing with a very tan, old sailor behind the wheel of a large yacht. I threw my gigantic bag, packed with my laptop and dating data, next to me as I sat down and sunk into the cushion.In another shot, he was sitting at his desk at work, surrounded by stacks of newspapers, file folders, and paper. By now, the waitstaff and bartenders knew me by name.I mentioned that long ago when I was a reporter, I’d used a pocket scanner I bought in Japan to make copies of documents.He’d been using a digital camera to take photos but thought the scanner was a much smarter idea.
We weren’t quite finishing each other’s sentences, but I mirrored his enthusiasm and found myself thinking faster and grinning more. I can serve it with a few twists of orange peel to bring out the citrus notes.” What a shockingly different experience from my ill-fated date with Mr Jim1971, who wanted to be the know-it-all expert on food and wine during our insanely expensive meal.On his desk were a coffee mug and a pile of reporter’s notebooks along with two giant computer monitors. For the past few months, I’d been having drinks at Longshots with different men at least twice a week.Dozens of press-pass badges were hanging on his cubicle. I never stayed more than an hour and always made at least two trips to the bathroom.The book is written in three sections, the first (Book of Matches) containing 30 short sonnets.Each is meant to be read within 20 seconds, the amount of time it would take for a match to be lit and burn out.