Dog Bites

He was not a happy exile; he was a bitter man given to hard drinking. He died in 1934 following a short career as an automobile factory worker.

"He was a bitter man given to hard drinking." Well, that's a word to the wise if we ever heard one.

So next week's column will be free of all bitterness, free of all mention of politics, the economy, the Mission Yuppie Eradication Project, other columnists -- indeed, free of all unhappy topics. Look for it!

As told to Laurel Wellman

Tip Dog Bites -- especially if you're disgruntled. Phone 536-8139; fax 777-1839; e-mail dogbites@sfweekly.com.

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