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“Four ayem is a very rock time of day, but it usually arrives when the night got away from you and you are having too much fun to notice that the clock is trying to talk to you.”
“Well, I have to say I am in somewhat better sorts this ayem, which isn't hard, given how utterly out of sorts I was this time yesterday.”
“There, on the green-logo'd shiny sheet, in the spiffy patois he helped to coin (a.m. is "ayem"; sensational is "sensaysh"; scheduled is "skedded") are items, separated by three dots, that range from production deals to juicy couplings.”
“BTW, your winter picture from last year (taken down the street at 10 in the ayem) graces my desktop to remind me why I live in Florida.”
“I didn't get to sleep this morning until the sky was already brightening, sometime after 5 ayem.”
“I tried to do it without the Ambien, and I got to sleep just fine, but awoke around 5: 30 ayem to the sensation that my skin and muscles had been somehow wound too tightly about me, so I took the damn Ambien.”
“Late last night ... well, actually early this ayem ... we watched the last three episodes of Season Two of Dexter.”
“We read more Gregory Maguire until I was was finally sleepy, which must have been close to four ayem.”
“Up since 7: 30 ayem, which might not have been so bad, except I didn't get to sleep until sometime after three, probably more like four.”
“I was up until sometime after five, then pretty much awake by nine or nine thirty ayem.”
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