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There are things that should have been unfinished, such as the bridge to nowhere in Alaska. There are things that were finished twice, such as "The French Lieutenant's Woman." Things that were finished at birth, such as "The Grapes of Wrath."

John, do you remember the interchange on the Staten Island Expressway that exited to nowhere near the SICC campus? It was to head into what became, in response to the planned highway, the Green Belt. I fun place to play and climb on crumbling cliff faces without the knowledge of parents.

Then there's unfinished wood, the bane of my existence. But a good finish takes so much Time!

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