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This wasn't a good-night peck on Mom's rosy cheek -- our kiss was a voyage into uncharted adolescent territory. My neighborhood was a great source of fraternization with the opposite sex. Kathy Koska lived right next door to Lennice. Her Brother Kevin and I played softball often and Kathy would drop by some days to actually play. That was fine by me. She was extremely athletic and looked older than she was. I assumed she was off-limits because she hung out with Stud Boy Jim Linklater down the street.
The cop squinted at me. Cop: Really? Bruce: Yeah. I mean, she was kinda drunk, right? Cop: Yeah, she was. I shrugged at the officer, as if to say "enough said," and he was on his way. THE WOODS Our house was surrounded by woods on two sides. Behind us, a buffer zone of trees shielded our view of other neighbors, and just outside my bedroom window was our beloved forest. There was nothing more pleasing than to wake up and look out upon my own exclusive playground. The woods had all the childhood necessities -- a Love Log, where every kid carved "I love so-and-so," great climbing trees and even a dead dog.
D's. A tongue-limbering exercise (one that I use to this day) came from a Ford Motor Company executive; a clothier coached me on a projection technique, but the most important tip of all came from a garage door salesman: "Don't drink soda before you go on stage, kid. " Theater was the great equalizer -- I changed clothes in the same damp, concrete room as CEOs from Fortune 500 companies. Seeing their pasty, half-naked bodies and knowing that they were just as nervous as I was made everything all right somehow.