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July 16, 2015

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Ken Waller

I lived in Philly in the 1960s and a small monkey lived in a row house on our block. It was one from the ad as we begged to have one too but 10 cents was the most we could hope for and we spent that on penny candy. You could get a long red rope licorice for a penny back then. Never got a monkey.

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