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May 05, 2006



You really should take the Duck Tour. It's cheeseball, sure, but it covers a lot of cool ground and it's a good way to spend a couple hours...


what's the matter, Beth, cat got your tongue? Just Kidding!! As the old saying goes, "The Genious is in the Details" [at least I think that's a saying. Is that a saying, or did I just come up with a really good one?] Seriously, once again you've outdone yourself. I'm not ashamed to say a tear began to take shape [but I regrouped to save my masculinity]upon reading "so fine
as the chintz china one with fawn-
brown eyes and toothed gold
collar on to show whose bird it was" You see, Marianne Moore and my grandmother passed away on the same day in 1972 and my grandfather placed that very poem with his beloved for eternity. I can't remember the story of what that poem meant to them, but I got a lump when you put it your post. Have a great weekend! (smile) and btw - you were right, I was wrong about Dougie. The whole thing was a blast - from his just in the nic of time arrival to the outcome of the game.

Boston Fan in Michigan

It's like introducing a tiny kitten to its new home... its little tail poofs out at every new sight. IAIN IS THE TINY KITTEN.


you are the GOD DAMN KITTEN iain. :-)


sammy, that's awesome re the poem--a very cool story!

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