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Mike’s shopping for a bed

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He got dumped and lost his apartment, but Mike McLaughlin’s “The Search” continues. This week, follow our senior reporter as he (optimistically, we believe) searches for a bed.

He got dumped. He got kicked out of his apartment. Now, Senior Reporter Mike McLaughlin is out there trying to rebuild his shattered life. Join McLaughlin every week in The Brooklyn Paper as he seeks a new girlfriend (that’s hard!) and a new place to live on a reporter’s salary (that’s really hard!). Fasten your seatbelts, readers, it’s going to be a bumpy ride.
Updated 2:29 pm, September 9, 2008
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Reasonable discourse

Jess, erstwhile Brooklyn Paper intern for red ho from Crown Heights says:
Don't forget the 600-thread count Egyptian cotton sheets!
Sept. 8, 2008, 11:03 pm
mike from kings point says:
OMG less Gersh more mike..... Why does mike need you on the podcast he does well enough by himself.

Gersh you should do your own podcast title "I love to hear myself talk"

stop helping mike he is awesome
Sept. 10, 2008, 10:35 pm
Lisa from Cobble Hill says:
What happened Mike? No news this week? I look forward to seeing your podcast each week and was disappointed that there was nothing new this Friday.
Sept. 15, 2008, 11:26 am

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