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“Mac” to the Carnegie Delicatessen for Lunch

November 11, 2016

Her name is “Mac,” and she is headed to The Carnegie Delicatessen for lunch.

She is meeting a friend from junior high school.

Surely I am envious, as my sustenance often comes from fast foods such as a good chain with friendly workers, with a  similar name to my friend, referenced above.

She said “you were not a regular” at “The Carnegie” and there is something to that, as I suppose we wait until things/people are gone, before we “pay” both much (must be over 20 bucks, for their delicious pastrami sandwich) to eat great food, or attention. Yes Mildred Dunnock in “Salesman”, Arthur Miller’s play, admonished us on “attention being paid.”

Will I get to the Carnegie? Will I  enjoy a last meal. Surely “Mac” picked a good week to do so.





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