Big Dig

I had spent a week in NYC before leaving for a three-week stay in Boston. Beantown brought with it the chance to catch up with some friends and provided what was tantamount to hospice care for someone like me, dying in the “real world.” It also provided some quiet days, allowing me to write, create… and wonder- what would Nair do to a grown man? In an effort to find an answer (former foreign correspondent) Aviv bravely disrobed and valiantly volunteered himself for the grand experiment. A rhesus monkey called Scatback flew a sub-orbital flight on December 20, 1961 but was lost at sea after landing. Much like Scatback, Aviv was a hairy pioneer of territories uncharted; but while Scatback is still lost somewhere out at sea, Aviv has found himself in his own private sea of hairless glory and minor chemical burns.

The rest of the Boston trip went swimmingly, but was cut a bit short as I returned to New York City last night for an interview.

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2 Responses to “Big Dig”

  1. Patches O Houlihan Says:

    Brilliant…just brilliant. Aviv, all i have to say is hats off. You seem to amaze me each and every time i hear of a new Aviv story.

  2. Spencer Says:

    “A rhesus monkey called Scatback flew a sub-orbital flight on December 20, 1961 but was lost at sea after landing.Much like Scatback, Aviv was a hairy pioneer of territories uncharted; but while Scatback is still lost somewhere out at sea, Aviv has found himself in a sea of hairless glory and minor chemical burns.”

    I read this, laughed, and pepsi came out of my nose. Awesome, man.

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