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His unvarying theme--that avarice is the root of all evil (and, incidentally, an obstacle to his success as a con man)--he exemplifies by his tale of three carousers who seek to kill the "false traitor Death," the destroyer of many of their friends.
But it wasn't until we joined the enormous queue to get into the venue that things started taking a turn for the bizarre, echoing the kind of odd, slightly askew reality in which the lowlife characters and bar room carousers from Waits' sozzled songs usually reside.
BY eliminating the need to get up early on Sunday, brunch appears to be designed to make life brighter for Saturday night carousers like my student daughter who was home for the weekend.
Some pink-lunged carousers are perfectly happy to down pints of beer alongside nicotine-ingesting, tobacco-reeking individuals, simply because they appear to be more convivial company than muttering, tutting, cross-trainer-sweating non-smokers.
Untamed carousers who burnt the candle at both ends while the Italians ate their pasta, went to bed early, got up and won cups.
But this was a new Saturday and the eager sun spread up the sky over the curtained bedrooms of young lovers, who curled warm and snug in those loving hollows, where old couples sigh in memories - while, down the road, the beery, heavydrill snores of the moonlight's crazy carousers trembled the furniture.
Some pink-lunged carousers are perfectly happy to down pints of beer alongside nicotine-ingesting, tobacco-reeking individuals, simply because they represent more convivial company than muttering, tutting, treadmill-pounding non-smokers.
In fact my fellow carousers from The Mount Vernon social club would like to invite James along to the highlight of our own Season.
Measuring an imposing four feet wide, it shows a courtyard with carousers and a Cavalier walking away dejectedly from a card game, his losing hand of cards falling from his grasp.
It never occurred to me then that our midnight choirs would not be so warmly appreciated behind the curtained windows of the sleeping as they were to the ears of carousers, swollen-bladdered with goodwill.