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  • I want to change my name to Zig-Zag, I love it so much.

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  • Same thing with using a credit card to open a door, or, a favorite from hanging around wind players, using Zig-Zag cigarette papers to blot the spit out of oboe keys.

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  • Same thing with using a credit card to open a door, or, a favorite from hanging around wind players, using Zig-Zag cigarette papers to blot the spit out of oboe keys.

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  • Returning unsold copies to the Zig-Zag office always hurts, but the people down there are so nice, and so much more like family than Ricky and Lucy Ricardo, that they always find something to say that makes us feel better.

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  • Every Zig-Zag Tony and I sell means five more cents in our pocket.

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  • Zig-Zag had a long history back in Cuba: It was one of the most daring satirical publications, always dripping with political acid.

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  • The best thing about selling Zig-Zag is the money, no doubt about it.

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  • We even use some of our Zig-Zag money to buy fish food, but they still die.

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  • You merely have to go down to the Zig-Zag office in Little Havana, ask for as many copies as you think you can carry, and walk away with an armload of potential profit.

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  • But it takes a lot more walking and door-knocking, for only about one in ten doors you knock on has Cubans behind it, and only one in eight of them buys a Zig-Zag.

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