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“Unlike chocolates, houses are predictable: you always know you’re getting rot and decay and a long, tough mortgage. Eat them or put them back in the box—you can’t do either without a lawsuit or an ordinance hearing.”

“Real Estate,” in Birds of America (New York: Picador, 1999), 185.
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