“I had him chart how much money he made each day to his sexual performance,” Josephson says.
He was, says Josephson, “a handsome big guy, sleeping with hotties.”
That very night father and son moved in to Mrs. Josephson's.
If Josephson means that Valle gives many unnecessary references, I should agree with him.
Josephson's study will be mentioned in its proper place at the end of this essay.
One evening, late, as Joseph entered his room at the Josephson's he found his father waiting for him.
Josephson chose to arrange the titles in chronological order without providing either an author or a subject index.
Mr. Josephson: I move that a vote on this question be postponed.
This is not only Josephson's judgment but also the judgment that bibliographers have generally passed on Valle.
Mr. Josephson has told us that probably the number of cards including contents would be less than three per cent.