b r e a t h i n g   r o o m

11 Feb 98

checkbook draft
teller even manager just runs your atm card through her reader, has to have you punch in your passcode, old signature card system obsolesced, reminding me of elevator operators who ask you for your floor and then push the buttons, maybe not even a door close, a stilted parody of the crank operated elevators in the gramercy park building my old classmate (kindergarten to 8th and then we both went away to the same school) Fletcher grew up in, Fletcher whose voice I once heard from the BBC world service in my car, who now works for Soros.

yester morrow
day one
first lines

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