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October 23, 2008

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Oh, Jill, this is wonderful advice! The use of "snogged" is one of the more embarrassing symptoms of my recently diagnosed Anglophilia (hence the medication). And, full disclosure: the "bloody hell" lines were stolen--er--suggested by a performance I was listening to on CBC Radio 2 while I wrote. It's either Frederic Rzewski's Coming Together or Chris Paul Harman's Doubling. Gotta love those Canadians!
http://www.cbc.ca/radio2/blog/2008/10/22/today_on_radio_2_221_1.html#more
eternally grateful,
dd

Jilly,

You are a strange and wonderful creature. And entirely too creative with words for your own good.

Keep up the good work.

Thor

PS: Helga was lousy

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