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Alice’s Restaurant: Redux—The Absolute Conclusion

“Hey Slickster, why are you sweating?” My buddy Curt was waiting outside in the courthouse parking lot for me. “Oh, that courtroom’s air-conditioning system is broken. It’s hotter than hell in there. See all the windows are open?” “Yeah, I … Continue reading

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Alice’s Restaurant: Redux—Judge Roy Bean

(A parody pic, not the real name or location of the illustrious judge in this story) The musty, typically laid-out, dark-paneled courtroom, filled with hard, wooden benches for seating—giving a church-like, reverential ambiance as was felt while sitting and waiting … Continue reading

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Alice’s Restaurant: Redux—Leading Up to Conclusion

How was I going to get out of this crazy predicament: having to face a rudimentary, hanging judge for littering in this small city of 30,000 folks, whose majority of forefathers came from the wild, yet mellow, moon-shining hills of … Continue reading

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Alice’s Restaurant: Redux

Harking back to the late ’70s and early ’80s, this micro-journalist lived communalistically—wait, does such an adverb even exist? If not, it should—whilst enrolled at the local university and working as a mild-mannered, rock-‘n’-roll disc jockey at one of the … Continue reading

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