Patrolman Phil Caruso and lawyer Richard Hartman built the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association into an arrogant, insular, and wealthy institution that stands above the law and beyond scrutiny. Where is the $63 million a year in tax funds and union dues going? Only their friends know for sure.
“While the name Warhol has come to stand for many things — a masterful artist, a cutting-edge filmmaker, a perceptive social critic — these days in the legal business, it’s come to stand for an estate that’s rife with conflict, confusion, and outright animosity.”
“I tend to take my drugs at exactly the times those PSA films from grade school warned not to: when alone, when depressed, anxious, etc. That one can do this with X and live to tell is one of its charms.”
“It’s no accident that many kids start taking drugs at about the same age when children in traditional societies are tossed into a terrifying rite of passage, often involving some freaked-out combination of blood, darkness, self-sufficiency, and secrets.”