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The N.Y. Cadre

Caesar, fists in air, yelling "BROOKLYN, baby!!! What?! What?!"  Riley in background muttering "Punk."—from BOONDOCKS by Aaron McGruder, circa 2000; copyright by the artist
is an unassuming, semi-detached, stucco-faced
("You can even get stucco. Oh, how you can get stucko!"—Groucho)
frame house on a fairly quiet street in Brooklyn
[longitude 73.938° W, latitude 40.629° N]
where reside MARC S. GLASSER, DONNA L. CAMP,
and [occasionally] their son ETHAN GLASSER-CAMP.
At various times it has also been the residence of assorted felines
(all sadly departed now),
including ERIS, MYSTI, and most recently, HEIFER (a/k/a MooFace).

You may contact any of the humans telephonically at (718) NY-CADRE
[(718) 692-2373 for all-digit dialers],
by postal mail at 1088 East 40th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11210,
or via the Internet at nycadre@acedsl.com

[NOTE for non-neep-neeps:
Clicking a name or picture above will take you to that individual's home page.]


Yes, those pictures up there are between 15 and 20 years old, but we like them.
Here's a more recent (January 2017) picture of the crew:
Rita, Ethan, Donna and Marc at Ethan and Rita's birthday dinner
[l.–r.: Rita, Ethan, Donna, and Marc]

LATE-BREAKING NEWS:

(Last updated: 2 April 2018)

[Click on names below to send them e-mail.]

We regret to announce the passing of HeiferCat in September 2016 at the age of 20.
Immediate cause is not certain,
but as she was arthritic, asthmatic, diabetic, constipated, and missing one leg and her thyroid,
it's probably simplest to say "old age" and leave it at that.
She will be missed.

Donna is now a septuagenarian. Congratulations!
Regrettably, her streak of hospital-free living was broken in July 2017,
when an infection of some sort landed her in Brooklyn Methodist for a few days.
She's working on getting a new streak going and is up to eight months.
Assorted outpatient visits continue, though,
and much dental work remains to be completed.
The fun never ends!

Ethan has now been working for Mozilla for over a year, disappearing every couple of months for a company conference in another state or country.
He and his Domestic Partner, Rita, recently moved into a co-op apartment on Ocean Parkway,
thus becoming Home-Moaners, and, by implication, Grown-Ups.
We offer congratulations and condolences.
It's a mile further from the Cadre, but still convenient enough for The Kid
to continue dropping by and kicking parental butt about decluttering.

His Peace Corps Volunteer blog is still there for the reading.
His 2007 project was shelved for lack of positive feedback,
but may still be downloaded and played with. Perhaps some day the world will yet be ready...
His résumé also remains available.


Marc, in recognition of having hit the age of 65, has cut his work hours back
to about 72% of full-time (185 days a year)
at his current (since March 2012) freelance assignment
proofreading and copyediting at a large midtown financial asset management corporation
(though he's also working a couple of side projects).
Since he's now a Grumpy Old Man, you'd best get off his lawn, and
whatever you do, don't phone before noon on weekends!
Just in case that assignment should softly and suddenly vanish away, here's his résumé.


The final paper collation of APA-NYU was held on April Fools' Day 2004.
The first monthly "collation" of the apa's new electronic incarnation was issued on 5 May 2004.
158 more have followed it so far.
If you missed them, e-mail Marc and ask about getting copies,
and then visit <http://nyusfs.org/mailman/listinfo/apa-nyu> to join the e-list.

This Web site is a production of Quick Brown Fox Press and Syscrash Consulting, both subsidiaries of .
All contents copyright ©2018 by Marc S. Glasser (except where otherwise indicated).

Girl: "Where does one get a cadre these days?" Boy: "There are stores.  Downtown.  In the cadre district."—from GOATS by Jonathan Rosenberg; copyright (c)2005 by the artist * cadre (kàd´rê, kä´drâ) noun:
1. A nucleus of trained personnel around which a larger organization can be built and trained:
     
a cadre of sergeants and corporals who train recruits.
2 a. A tightly knit group of zealots who are active in advancing the interests of a revolutionary party.
   b. A member of such a group.
3. A framework.

—from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language,
Third Edition ©1996 by Houghton Mifflin Company.
All rights reserved.