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I read Jim Murray in the 1980s. He was a bitter old man I couldn't understand why people liked him so much. I must have missed his peak.
I liked him in the 60s/70s,
I suspect this is common, or was before television. Douglas Wallop’s “The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant.” Huckleberry Finn.
He [Jim Murray] was the guy who coined the phrase about Willie Mays' glove being where triples go to die…
I liked the old Bill James who used to insult his paying subscribers. What happened to that guy?
"A Christmas Memory" is wonderful, a word I never used in relation to Dick Young other than learning of his death.
In 24 hours, I could knock out the entire paper, proofread and everything, and also read the entire trilogy.
my one mainstream story sale was drawn by Ditko, back in the 1970s
I read ... I don't know, a page a minute? According to The Internet that is perfectly average. I think my problem is that I subvocalize each word.
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