Donkey, having been stuck with a pin, kicks nearest writer in the head.

When you play pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey, you wear a blindfold and get spun around and pushed forward. Kids scream and laugh as you jab the tail in air and try to stick a pin in a donkey's behind. Sounds great. Some kids wildly run at the donkey. Other kids are methodical. Other kids don't care. But eventually …

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Coke, Pop Stars, and Blindness (or if you want to break the rules, hang with the right people)

"Wait for me by the stage door," T. says. "I'm going in this way." He doesn't give me time to tell him he is crazy. He already knows that. But he wants us to meet the star of the show, the reason we are in Columbus, the woman who wooed us both from the stage--kd …

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