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paynith

wow, that's hilarious... i love that dirty old man. many thanks for sharing this.

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William Burroughs is one of my Favourite Writers. I love to read his book. I am feeling glad to find this article here on this site.

Mike Jennings

I'm delighted to see WSB appreciated for his humour. It really is, for me, the outstanding quality in his best work. And of course what one really needed to bring it out was to hear him read it. The man was a fine stand-up and a great writer

John Ptak

I agree, Mike Jennings. It was the sort of humor that made you laugh just over the boundaries where you shouldn't, which is where you get to discover things.

Reinhard Sakowski

Great Article.

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