I Feel Bad About My Neck - Where I Live Summary & Analysis

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Nora describes where she lives using five examples, the first being New York. She describes the positives, but the biggest example is that she still wants and prefers to live in New York even after 9/11. The next example is her apartment. The biggest pro to living in the apartment is that its size and horizontal structure help with the fact that Nora loses things. Another added plus is the doorman. The third example is her neighborhood, which has every type of store or service within a two-block radius. The fourth example is her desk. Nora shares that she is a "mouse potato", a person who spends time at the computer with a mouse in their hand like a how couch potato spends time in front of the TV. The final example is her kitchen, sharing that she enters her kitchen hundreds...

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