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March 27, 2012


Jim, you make me laugh :)

Me, too. :)

Thanks; the absolutely best compliment, by my lights!

I'm still laughing. This is fantastic Jim. Thanks.

"in the endless volume of our self-concern"--sweet.

But when is Jim Cummins going to take off HIS clothes and show us a physique honed by playing tether ball with pre-teen girls?


hell yes and absolutely. oh how i miss ginsberg...and the age of wild and woolly poets being their wild and woolly selves! thank you for this.

If anyone thinks I'm going to get naked with a bunch of pre-teen girls, forget it! Yeah, I grew up Catholic (like Michael Keever), but still ...

But here's a toast to the wild and woolly poets! Nowadays, we'd wear a nude body stocking ...

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