There are those characters as you go through life whose memory is indelible. You may never see them again, but they live in your memory forever after. It was like that with Rusty O. Rusty lived across the hall from me and my roommate our first year at college. Of course, no one called him by his given name, Ted. As was true of many of our fellow residents, he had a working title based on some facet of his character or circumstance that provided us a better handle than a mere name. No one could have predicted what descriptive …
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