Neighbor's Wife by Dave Tamkus

By Dave Tamkus

I created this piece five long years ago while in college. This is one of the few things I still like after all of those years. It has a suggestive and greedy feel, which may be more relevant to the present, than it was when it was created.

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Nice one.

I'm not sure why, but I find the bar across the eyes thing very appealing whenever I see it. Except when it's on that space dude from Reading Rainbow.

Dag, yo; this looks like a really swell "hiphop" album cover.

"Neighbor's Wife," by L'il Nayba.

Chris, I think you mean that dude from Star Trek. My favorite episode with him was when he was beamed to some slave planet. OJ was there, and so was the dad from Good Times. I'm not sure how it ended since it was a really long episode.

Wow, Weaver, you're right! I had forgotten about that episode, and it was a goody. Normally I don't much care for the ones where they go to some rustic planet, but this one was tops. Long, too, for sure; must have been a "sweeps" episode.

What's weird is that we watched the entire thing in sixth grade one February. I don't think they'd decided to call it "Star Trek: TNG" yet, so maybe it was a pilot..?

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