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I am really bad with names. Last night, I saw a guy choking, and I performed the Kevorkian maneuver. – Craig Sharf Craig Sharf is a standup comedian and writer who performs regularly in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut and can be reached at: www.craigsharf.com. Comments about Craig’s work can be sent to: current@hudsonreporter.com. The Beatles lied



“All you need is love,”
Not true, I must say;
you need other things
to survive these days.

You need a life plan
and a college degree;
you need two jobs
to support a family.


You don't need credit cards,
(just keep up with your bills);
you need insurance coverage
to treat all your ills.

You need to pay off
that mortgage on your home,
and you need lots of patience
to put up with this poem. – Jacqueline Hallenbeck “Poem-atic” a book by Jacqueline Hallenbeck, available now. Send comments to current@hudsonreporter.com. We would love to hear what you think!
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