tuesday, 4 

tuesday, 4

Recuperate from Monday....I read.... the other day [about a 17-year-old boy] who was the victim of molestation by one "Smiley the Clown." Now, I am not making fun of this incident, and no one out there should be molesting anyone. But come on. A clown! Named Smiley? For one thing, if you must be a clown, you really should come up with a name that's a bit more original. And you should not, under any circumstances, molest young boys. No wonder so many people have phobias of clowns. Clowns, mimes,Republicans, Spice Girls, rock- chucking anti-tax fanatics, those people who run around Audubon Park enacting those strange medieval battles. Sometimes I'm must plain scared to walk out of my house....

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