Readers who recently indicated that they would like to see the original, uncensored version of my autobiography "The Laundry Man," will be pleased to know that I am currently reviewing the handwritten manuscript (back in the day some of the material was judged to be "R" and "X" rated and not suitable for publication for a variety of reasons) and preparing what will turn out to be the Director's Cut of my story. It contains not only more details about my laundering career, it details what I was advised to delete prior to its 2012 publication, which are colorful parts of that story that take the reader deep inside my thoughts and actions, some of which I need no longer to conceal. When it is ready to be released, you will learn about it here first; I now hold the rights, and this time can control content.
On another note, those who never read my original blog on World-Check, From a Different Angle, which contained some of my other G-rated laundering experiences not included in the book, and which were edited out of the first edition, it is still online, courtesy of the Internet Archive. With a little searching, you can find one of the weekly articles, and be linked to the others. Go to https://archive.org and type in "www.world-check.com". Click on the webpage entries from Summer 2006 to September 2011, to find my blog. At the bottom of a number of blog articles, there are links to the others. Happy hunting.