( Mayish Day )
I don't read much Stephen King — one or two, wait three! of the earliest books (Carrie, Cujo, Christine) but last year I read a short story of his aloud to Susan while the clothes were being washed in town. I see him as a real American kid. There's that comfort of being raised where he could develop a mischief (which I also had and I believe you had) and he refuses to grow up in all the right places. In other words, he's dangerous, the way Mark Twain liked them. He's also a good example of being rich and what one can do with the service to one's country. I love it he owns two radio stations and he lets them PLAY in Bangor Maine.
[letter to J.D. from Bob 2 May 2012]