I'm just not sure." And Roger is thinking: "They'll probably say it's only a 90-day warranty. " And Elaine is thinking: "Maybe I'm too idealistic, waiting for a knight to come riding up on his white horse, when I'm sitting next to a perfectly good person who's in pain because of my self-centered, schoolgirl fantasy." And Roger is thinking: "Warranty? He'll be talking with some other guys about women, and out of the blue, he'll say, "Elaine and I, we have, ummm... We have this thing." And he will sincerely mean it.
Meanwhile, Roger, playing racquetball one day with a friend of his and Elaine's will pause just before serving and ask, "Norm, did Elaine ever own a horse?
The son of a furniture-store owner, the Brooklyn-born Dave Barry's career began when, still in his teens, he appeared on radio's long-running talent series Major Bowe's Original Amateur Hour.
He gained further experience on the Borscht Belt, the many Jewish summer camps that dotted the Catskill mountains.
Moving to California, he provided comic character voices for many Hollywood-based radio shows before service in the Second World War.
Attached to the army's Special Services Unit he spent the war doing what he did best – entertaining servicemen and women at home and overseas.
I never could get into traditional hobbies, like religion or stamp collecting.
They will continue to discuss this subject for weeks, never reaching any definite conclusions but never getting bored with it either.
The book Dave Barry Does Japan came out in 1992, perfectly amalgamating two family streams at the time: Dave Barry and Japan.
At some point in the early 1990s, my father and sister became big fans of the Miami humorist, leaving his books strewn around the house for me to fumble through.
During that same general period, my parents went to Japan on business for the first time.