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Working for $1.25 an hour only to get a ticket from Cops who want my phone number.
November 7, 1964, Saturday. Forgot to tell you, yesterday my sister Donna left my car radio on all day and after school the battery was dead. The school had to recharge it, but it died when I turned it … Continue reading
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The first out of control Open-Party of Summer 64 ended with the Police breaking up a fight
June 5, 1964, Friday. Big party in Baldwin Hills, bitchen night. Pearl and I are sticking to our diet’s real good. After school came home washed my hair, went bike ridding, ate dinner and went to sleep until 8:00 when … Continue reading
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