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"Here I am, ninety years old and ready for cooling board, using a brand new Macintosh computer and there you sit, twenty-two and gorgeous, fresh as a new peach yet scrawling on a yellow legal pad like an old maid in a Victorian romance."
It's only human nature to want to know things and that's why people don't like a mystery with no resolution. People want a conclusion for example why 9/11 happened, why are gas prices so high or how a man from Colorado went to work one morning and ended up dead on a little island off the coast of Maine several hours later. In a way The Colorado Kid is a a study of not knowing; we can get the facts, speculate but at the end of the day it's still an unknown. Which can applied to actual cases where people's causes of death go unsolved.
•But sometimes a thing happens, like two high school kids findin' a dead body on the town's prettiest beach, and you say to yourself, 'There's must be a story in that. ' Not just reporting-what, why, when, where, and how, but a story-and then you discover there isn't. That it's only a bunch of unconnected facts surrounding a true unexplained mystery. And that, dear, is what folks don't want. It's too many waves. It makes 'em seasick.
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