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During a layover at LaGuardia Airport, Katz entertained himself with his PalmPilot digital organizer by creating "To-Do" lists of famous-and deceased-political figures, entertainers, and rock musicians/5(5). According to funnyman Jonathan Katz' book To-Do Lists of the Dead, it said check gums for termites and bury the has done it again.
During a layover at LaGuardia Airport, Katz entertained himself with his PalmPilot digital organizer by creating "To-Do" lists of famous-and deceased-political figures, entertainers, and rock musicians/5. To-Do Lists of the Dead Paperback – January 1, by Jonathan KATZ (Author) out of 5 stars 5 ratings.
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