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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Peg
When Sarah Farkas decided to donate a kidney to a man she barely knew, she broke the news to him one Sunday at church.
In art as well as in life, watching someone lose their mind is an excruciating thing _ even more so when that person is still physically vigorous, full of verve, full of humor. One can think only about what might have been.
She quips that Gunner once suggested a murder-suicide pact, but she said no thanks: "Knowing him, he'd shoot me and then forget to shoot himself."