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As of last week Bouchard had met with little success in his efforts to reach them, deterred by the practical wisdom of agent Solomon: “What’s in it for them? You are using a browser version with limited support for CSS.His musings on what it is like suddenly to be a triplet have an ambivalent ring.
For Robert Shafran, 19, the welcome was bewildering as he enrolled last month as a freshman at Sullivan County Community College in upstate New York.“Even now it takes a few minutes to know which one is on the telephone,” says David’s still-astonished father, Richard.His adoptive mother, Claire, jokes that there was a plus in raising the boys apart: “One was hard enough to handle.” Indeed, together they have proved the undoing of such experienced interviewers as Today’s Tom Brokaw, answering questions in unison and triple-teaming interlocutors with the sort of who’s-who sight gags that look-alike siblings usually wear out by adolescence.“Guys were slapping me on the back, and girls were hugging and kissing me,” he recalls. A sophomore at Sullivan, Michael Domnitz, whose best friend, Eddy Galland, had just transferred to Nassau Community College on Long Island, cleared up the mystery.After learning that Shafran was born the same day as Galland—July 12, 1961—and that he, like Eddy, was adopted, Domnitz got the two young men together for a meeting. Their birthmarks and their IQs (148) were identical.