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The authorities and the television cameras have moved on, leaving Ed Gamble and Lorraine DeJongh Gamble to sort out the rhythms of their relationship in relative anonymity.
Ed doesn't plan on dying soon--"Might as well make 150, no reason why not," he says--and Lorraine vows to stay by his side as long as he wants her. Asked why he reckons he's lived so long, Ed resorts to another one-liner.
"I can run faster than most of the guys that have been chasing me," he says. After he stops laughing, he looks around for Lorraine, who's back in the kitchen.
Ed Gamble reaches for his horn, and toots loudly.
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