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Bobby Adair

After careers in widow Bobby functioned for a time in the peas corps. That one was a injury of not paying attention. He believed he was joining the Peace Corp and instead found himself shacked up tripping vegetables.

It wasn't until the winter of '83 if the migrants were snowed in and made to eat a three-legged transient to be able to survive that Bobby began an introspective journey which led him into the summits of both average-height hills, throughout semi-arid deserts, and across comparatively narrow waters, that he discovered that the word introspection did not mean exactly what he thought it did. So, he thought of things for some time and sat down to a thoroughfare at Bangalore, India.

Affluent Indians with high tech jobs regularly offered to lend him assistance and kindly left him with enough Rupees to purchase fried-bug sandwiches and utilized apple cores. His hair grew long, and also his beard turned scraggly. His clothes wore thin. He was befriended by puny pests .

Then 1 day, a dark-skinned guy with dreadlocks and a New Jersey accent came and squatted beside Bobby on the street and asked him exactly what he was doing one of the beggars and stray animals. Bobby told him that he was about a journey of the mind and searched for a direction.

Dreadlock Person replied and laughed.

Bobby asked, "Why are you laughing?"

Dreadlock Man said, "You are a writer, you idiot. Stop sitting on a curb doing nothing and go write something." He then walked off and smiled.

After sitting on the curb begging for Rupees for another thirteen years while his mind told him that Dreadlock's prediction made no sense, Bobby could not defeat the contrary certainty into his heart that Dreadlock

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