“Alright baby, thanks for telling me” Shivers would crawl down your spine as you become flustered.
CNN LARRY KING WEEKEND Encore Presentation: Interview With David Berkowitz Aired October 26, 2002 - ET THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT.
In a letter about recent events in Washington, Berkowitz responded with dismay and unique insight. KING: Do you ever adjust to -- I mean, you have to, you have no choice.
He writes: "I feel that I have been feeling this person's anger and rage toward law enforcement." It's that type of perspective that brought us to this decision to replay our 1999 interview with David Berkowitz. But how do you adjust to this kind of, for want of a better term, bleak living? There's a day room area all the guys in the cell block eat. BERKOWITZ: Oh, I get along with the guys, thank God, pretty good.
I asked them where they lived and before they told me they said to me were both married and not single.
It's not possible to get through life without watching a few date movies.
It's going to happen, and it doesn't have to be a bad thing.
These love stories in miniature are romantic roller coasters: Boy meets girl. Girl has an old boyfriend who's still in the picture.
I recall years ago while driving to see my wife to be there were two women trying to flag me down because their car broke down. It was a cold night, about 20 degree outside and wouldn't leave them alone.
I pushed their car off the road and they climbed into my pickup.