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July 07, 2011

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This is wonderful. And as a resident of a crappy LA neighborhood, I want to exclaim, "I understand! I do!"

Hey, D.O., thanks so much!

Great Poe-esque story. Problem for me is that the barking dogs are sometimes inside my house, and Tamara has made it clear that baseball bats are not acceptable behavioral modification tools. So they get let outside, where they continue to bark, but not so adamantly as this mysterious hellhound in LA.

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of coming back
ten hours later
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"After You've Gone"
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in the corner
of the bedroom
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