Greg Levin

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Greg Levin

Pondering Voluntary Imprisonment

Most people associate imprisonment with only negative things — extreme confinement, starchy food, non-consensual sodomy, small beds, bad lighting — but I see things in a more promising and positive light.

5 Reasons I Can’t Wait To Be 80

I’m not talking about discounted movie tickets or other little AARP perks. I’m talking about the less obvious though far more alluring boons that are available to only those with 80 or more birthdays behind them.

The Art of Displaced Aggression

I don’t mean to brag, but when it comes to punching, heaving and breaking inanimate objects that have absolutely nothing to do with my anger or frustration, I’m somewhat of a master.

Hooked On Needles

“Try to relax and breathe deeply,” said Dr. Zhou, who must have derived from my clenched fists and soft whimpering that I was an acupuncture virgin.

I Wish I Knew How to Quit You, Yankees

What I face now is the baseball equivalent of Brokeback Mountain; try as I might, I just can’t seem to quit you, Yankees. I wish I knew how to quit you.