|_____They continuously unwrapped
candy bars --|
putting candy in their mouths,
scattering plastic coated paper wrappers on the marble floor --
while they plotted what seemed to be a real life computer game.
At the center of this operation (it was something between a fox hunt
and an old Infocom adventure --
with overtones of that compelling computer game called Shanghai.)
_____was the woman called Aimee.
"She buys warm milk from the railroad station stand
every morning before she goes to work."
The details of Aimee's life that Wolfie related
_____ were hand written by a man they called
on a large piece of brown paper that lay on the floor.
______Wolfie's earlier words reverberated in my
and I was surprised that he had forgotten them.
Perhaps (like so many obsessive compulsive programmers),_____
he applied different standards to others
than he applied to himself.