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July 14, 2009

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I like this tidbit and that Weiner did his research. Accuracy=Credibility, I always say! And thanks for reminding me about the 8/16 kick off. It feels like we've been waiting forever..

Thank you for this timely post, Ken. It's a good day to remind us of the O'Hara connection, it being Bastille Day and thus three days shy of the day Lady died fifty years ago. I wonder which poem in "Lunch Poems" Weiner would've used instead of "Mayakovsky."

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