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Charles Bukowski, Ham on Rye Quotes: When I get down to my last dime I'll just walk over to skid row.
         

When I get down to my last dime I'll just walk over to skid row.""There are some real weirdos down there.""They're everywhere.


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This page presents the quote "When I get down to my last dime I'll just walk over to skid row.""There are some real weirdos down there.""They're everywhere.". Author of this quote is Charles Bukowski, Ham on Rye. This quote is about skid-row, poverty, weirdos,.