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About pulpdiddy

I've published an E-book (Neurotic Man), a hard copy book, (Dworb), produced movies (Woman of the Port and Liberty and Bash), and worked as a writer for Demand Media writing those ehow tidbits you've most undoubtedly seen. For many years I wrote business and marketing plans for service, retail and manufacturing businesses. Along the way I've also prepared tax returns, taught accounting, been a business start-up consultant, licensed arbiter, federal analyst, busboy, waiter, safety clerk, lighting salesman, restaurant manager, parking lot attendant, construction foreman, and cook.

In the Street

Many, many years ago when I was a little boy I would play in the street – everyone did.  The most popular games were stickball and punch ball.  Sometimes the cops would watch us for a bit and then ride … Continue reading

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Manny

Sheldon was Bernie’s friend and Manny was Sheldon’s friend.  Manny was a few year’s older than Sheldon but they were alike – scientific minds, quiet, aloof, with numbers and data always running through their heads.  They felt comfortable at my … Continue reading

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Pulpdiddys Permutations My Way

I’ve been writing Pulpdiddys Permutations many years now and several weeks ago felt it was time for a change.  The change is not because I am burnt out but because the nasty stories which is our current history has caused … Continue reading

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Back to Culver City

I had about half a year before Lennie and I left Culver City for San Francisco.  Meanwhile, I would be working.  Attached to the restaurant chain was a commissary where we cut steaks, made soups and salad dressing, prepared specialty … Continue reading

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Guns

Congress, who seems to find any major bill pertaining to jobs or recovery of the economy beneath them, especially after dealing with the issue of words that they don’t abide by anyway, have now decided that the lowest common denominator … Continue reading

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Great Foreboding

With great foreboding I found myself back in Los Angeles.  Though it would be many years until the illness that was present would take my father’s life I could sense a weakening in him.  My mom looked worried without expressing … Continue reading

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On My Way Out of Town

My feelings were mixed when I was on my way out of town.  One of my uncles was dropping me off at JFK on his way to work.   I thought about Brighton Beach and how grungy it seemed to me … Continue reading

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Abuse

You can have opinions and you can have fact and it’s a fact that men in this country are comfortable with abuse. They deny it, try to marginalize it, bury it in a pit of labeled false facts, abuse the … Continue reading

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Pulpdiddys Permutations My Way

I’ve been writing Pulpdiddys Permutations many years now and several weeks ago felt it was time for a change.  The change is not because I am burnt out but because the nasty stories which is our current history has caused … Continue reading

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Back to Brighton Beach

I said goodbye to my U.N. scientist friend and Kelly and I turned toward Brighton Beach.  After several years in California the old hometown seemed drab, dreary.  In the scheme of things Brighton wasn’t old, it was America old.  Nothing … Continue reading

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