The moment of impact bursts through the silence and in a roar of sound,
the final second is prolonged in a world of echoes as if the concrete
and clay of Broadway itself was reliving its memories. The last great
march past. Newsman stands limp as a whimper as audience and event are
locked as one. Bing Crosby coos "You don't have to feel pain to sing
the blues, you don't have to holla - you don't feel a thing in your
dollar collar." Martin Luther King cries "Everybody Sing!" and rings
the grand old liberty bell. Leary, weary of his prison cell, walks on
heaven, talks on hell. J.F.K. gives the O.K. to shoot us, sipping Orange
Julius and Lemon Brutus. Bare breasted cowboy double decks the triple
champion. Who needs Medicare and the 35c flat rate fare, when Fred
Astaire and Ginger...(more)
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