RARA-AVIS: Re: Theme of the Month: Work

From: William Denton ( buff@pobox.com)
Date: 13 Apr 2001

I accidentally erased what I wanted to reply to, so threading will be wrong.

It was indeed DEAD SKIP where Joe Gores did Dan Kearny's side of the encounter with Stark's Parker:

| The man had never been an auto mechanic, or a homeowner, or would have
| worked for anyone else. He was wide and blocky, with flat square
| shoulders, a good half-head taller than Kearny's five-nine. His hands
| were out of a foundry, his wrists roped with veins. His face was bony,
| as flat and hard as the shoulders, rough-hewn in the same foundry as the
| hands.

And to Mr. Taboada--welcome back--I must disagree with "He seems to derive no enjoyment from his profession." Dan Kearny loves his job, and so does everyone who works there. They're always jumping out of bed in the middle of the night to chase someone, or driving themselves to exhaustion while staking out a place in case the right person comes by, and not because they'll get a bit of overtime. Kearny does get stuck in the office, but loves the chance to get out in the field.


William Denton : Toronto, Canada : http://www.miskatonic.org/ : Caveat lector.

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