Excerpt from Sefer, 1999
As Peter spoke, he continued to look around the room, always smiling and sometimes offering a polite wave. When the drinks came, he drank half of his immediately and then offered a toast. To beautiful women, good Scotch, and old friends. Just like old times, he said, and we tapped our glasses to gether. Eyeing me warily, he continued to speak. Christine has a lot of single friends here tonight, Jude. I arranged for you to be at the table next to ours with four of the hottest, most eligible ones here. Christine didn't think you'd feel comfortable there, but I knew better. Her cousin Jessie is definitely the pick of the litter. Hook up with her, and we can compare notes tomorrow. He then finished the rest of his drink and said we would talk more later as he slugged me in the shoulder.
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