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Kevin Wolf

This is definitely on the list to see. (The guy at B&N be damned.)

Ken Houghton

Rescreen The Brothers Grimm when you get a chance.

Chris the cop

Lance - hello from Galway. Nice country - I like it here. Kinda green but it's the rain, y'know?

I was able to reach back in time, master the whole post card technology, buy a stamp (.82 £), put it on the card and mail it. So old school.

Be back Sat. night - The Informant looks outstanding, as was this post.

CTC

Lance

Chris, top o' the mornin', which it will be over there in about three minutes. Thanks for going through all that to send the post card. I'll look forward to it. Wonder how long after you get home it'll arrive. How are the bookstores over there?

Chris the cop

There are book stores in every city large (Galway) and small (Belmullen). Westport looks like the keeper as far as I'm concerned. They sell books in alot of the stationary stores and gift shops as well. The main thing is the scenery - it's been 30 yrs. since I was here and I'd forgotton how spectacular it gets. But man, it rains (sprinkles mostly) every day here. It's like Syracuse with a brogue. (The barber I went to wouldn't believe me when I told him the weather is worse in Central NY.)

We now return control of this blog to those of you who would like to comment on the actual subject written about.

PS - FYI - the @ is in the lower right hand corner of the keyboards here next to the Enter button, in case you're ever asked. The Euro (£) is where the @ sign should be.

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