It’s one of those early spring nights in the mid-South, the kind that feels like the cover photograph on Jackson Browne’s Late for the Sky.  We’re sitting in our living room in the twilight of a Friday night.  Me, my wife, two friends from the neighborhood, and my oldest friend from New York.  The neighborhood friends once lived in New York, too: he, a native; she, a transplant. We’ve had

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