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The Cockeyed Optimist
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A Cockeyed Optimist by Richard Rodgers
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King grows quiet for a moment. I realized in that moment: I can do this.
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It is early autumn, and King is sitting in his office at the law firm of Bernstein Shur in Portland. Behind him, a window overlooks Portland Harbor and a gargantuan cruise ship in dock, its vast hull and multiple decks towering over a five-story building below. In less than a day, it will back out of its berth and float off into the Atlantic with its transient cargo of tourists. The money spent during their fleeting visit will, for the time being, fill the tills of local businesses. According to estimates by the U.