Remember when I worked for the Census?

I did a brief interview about it. The picture below is from the article by Ichi Vazquez, and I’m on the far right. It’s not too bad considering it was a million degrees out and I’m in old tshirt. But I’m not sure that haircut is really working for me.

Even though today is going to be even hotter, at least a billion degrees, I plan to do the following walking:

Perry Street to Waverly near Broadway—.8 miles.
Then over to 24th and 1st—1.3 miles.
Then back to Broadway near 18th—.8 miles.
Back to Perry—1.1 miles.
Then Reade Street and West Broadway—1.6 miles.

My last stop is a choir benefit, where I’m supposed to look presentable. Yeah, I don’t think that’s going to happen.

Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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2 thoughts on “Remember when I worked for the Census?

  1. Whatever became of the young filmmaker from SUNY Purchase and that hilarious zombie movie he made? I loved it!

  2. I don’t know! He hasn’t updated his Facebook page in a while. His name is Travis O-Neill.

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