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Laughing like Louis Armstrong Played the Trumpet

If you’re going to lose your mind, bring someone delightful with you

“Louis Armstrong tocando junto a las Pirámides y la Gran Esfinge (Giza, 1961)” by Recuerdos de Pandora is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

There was a memorable man who used to come to the pizza place where I worked. He talked to himself like he was having the best conversation in the world. Back in the 80s, before cellphones, a one-sided conversation in public was unusual. Not unheard of, but it implied…




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