From Jerome Garfunkel: “I smoke my booze.”

Paul,
FYI. 
A friend offered me a glass of wine last week and I told her I like to smoke my booze. Who knows if she understood what I meant. 
But it led to words rattling around in my head for a few days. 
Jerome Garfunkel

I don’t gamble. Not a drinker.

Dots on a die. Booze in a bottle

I don’t spin bottles any longer. 

But I do roll them, big fat ones, 

Then I smoke the booze. 

I don’t toss the dice  any longer. 

But I do roll them,  big fat ones,

Then I smoke the dots.

I roll Dice in Zigzags. 

Big fat ones.

I pour Booze in Bamboos. 

Big fat ones. 

And I smoke the

Dots in the bottles, the Booze on the dice

The Paul Leslie Hour Episode #39 – Maya Angelou

This is audio interview with Dr. Maya Angelou recorded in June 2008. Maya Angelou was a poet, educator, historian, best-selling writer, actress, playwright, Civil Rights activist, producer, director, musician and important figure in American literature known for her best-selling autobiographies (seven in all, the first and most well known being I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.)  This interview focuses on her little known career as a Calypso singer and recording artist.

Special thanks to Kevin Hooper for audio mastering and production of the video version of the interview, featuring an on-screen transcription.


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