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- 2008: The Lost Book Club: Evil Under the Sun — Agatha Christie’s Evil Under the Sun is a Hercule Poirot mystery in which the intrepid detective finds himself working a [...]
- 2007: Weekend Hound Blogging: Squirrel Tales — [photopress:daphspaw.jpg,full,pp_image] He was this tall if he was a foot! *** Want to make a fast friend by saving a greyhound in Central [...]
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- 2006: The Sky is Falling and Other Unrelated Things — This morning, I went outside to get the paper, which wasn’t there, but I noticed that something amazing had happened. [...]
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