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April 26, 2005


Brennan Stout

Fitzgerald lived in a New York apartment for two years and was never there enough to turn on his natural gas.

Chicago Tribune Magazine: "Bulldog"


In NYC that just means he never cooked at home.

My uncle--now a retired tax attorney--has lived here for 40+ years, and you could count up how many times he's cooked without taking your shoes and socks off!

I know others that have has their gas turned off: "$10 a month, and I never use the stove. All you need is a microwave to heat up leftover delivery!"


How could a mere mob-buster, whose imagination is so limited that he can only see crimes that have actually happened, compete politically with The Great Extortionist?

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