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November 18, 2008


I'm sitting here in my office, waiting for student conferences to begin, and laughing my ass off at this. Thanks for a great start to my Tuesday morning!

Questioner might have a crush on Barbara. He was either loopy for that reason or just loopy period. Barbara was funny. I thought she had no sense of humor when I commented that her fetus was cute and she asked me how I could tell by the ultrasound.
I am glad she's in love with a regular human being this time, having orgasms and feeling jolly. Satanic critters tend to be poor lovers and have bad manners so's you can't take 'em anywhere.

Personally, I have already been blown away from this final season and I am ready to declare it the best season of the show yet. Last week’ s episode was mind- blowingly tense and made it very clear where the remaining episodes are going. Once everyone at The Barn was made aware that Shane hired a guy to kill Ronnie, the Strike Team was history. Then, when Vic realized that there was no way he could get to Shane as a police detective, he turned in his badge. It was one of the more surprising things I have...

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