Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?
[a Memoir]Book - 2014
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Biting, occasionally dark humor in graphic novel form from the loving and frustrated daughter whose parents didn't want to talk about the inevitable.
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"The 'bankbooks' were a collection of canceled and uncanceled bankbooks dating back to at least the 1960s. As I said, they never threw anything away. These were the same accounts that earned them all those blenders. Many of them were from banks that didn't even exist anymore."
It's no accident that most ads are pitched to people in their 20s and 30s. Not only are they so much cuter than their elders...but they are less likely to have gone through the transformative process of cleaning out their deceased parents' stuff. Once you go through that, you can never look at YOUR stuff in the same way.” - p. 122
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