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August 09, 2010

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Hi Rachel, Yes you MUST sign your posts in the heading titles or I'll insert it later which will make you scratch you head (WTF? she's messing with my post!) Hey, if you don't sign it, how will people find you when they Google you? What would Betty do?
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Perfect!! Then this is what I shall always do. Thanks!

A great way to express a simple truth: "Sometimes, the only things worth caring too much about aren't real." Thank you, Rachel.

I totally agree about "Mad Men" to which I am similarly committed.

The argument for TV is well worth hearing. But I'd also like to have your thoughts on Mark Van Doren, Lionel Trilling, and the New York School of poetry.

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