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« Hudson house, final entry--metal desk lamp | Main | Amy Allara, Guest Blogger April 4 - 10 »

April 04, 2010


2B Bruins
1B Red Sox
C Patriots
OF Celtics
3B Crimson
0F Brandeis
OF Tufts
LHP Achilles Heel
RHP Brandies

ss Memphis
2b Minneapolis-St Paul
cf Cincinnati
3b St Louis
1b Chicago
rf Milwaukee
lf New York
c Boston
p Cleveland

ss Cubs
1b "Redlegs"
lf Brooklyn
cf New York
lf Milwaukee
2b Cards
3b Pirates
c Phillies
p Brooklyn


Joe McCarthy?
Manager NY Yankees.
Courageously, Anderson Copper denounces slavery.
Virginia there is slavery (minus 150 years).
OK, nothing absolutely Fort Sumter pot Union Virgina secession Abraham Lincoln thank you for the lecture.
Let him talk fuckhead.
ss Chisox, 2b Shaddup, 3b Eddie Mathews, lf Virginia Mayo, cf Mayo Smith, rf Smith Barney, c Barney Ross, 1b Jefferson Davis, P. Robert Montgomery Cobb E. Lee J. Pruitt Clit.
Before the accident.
Not as radical as MB or JD but just as pretty boy and more plausible

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I left it
on when I
left the house
for the pleasure
of coming back
ten hours later
to the greatness
of Teddy Wilson
"After You've Gone"
on the piano
in the corner
of the bedroom
as I enter
in the dark

from New and Selected Poems by David Lehman


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