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Archive for April, 2007

04/24/2007

Another Part of the Forest

A toast to Bill the Bard and voyages yet to come.   By Hannah Wallace   “When I was at home I was in a better place, but travelers must be content.”—Touchstone, As You Like It   Approaching the bayfront last night, Mom, Stage Manager J and I were greeted by the flashes of fireworks. […]

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04/16/2007

And Another Thing

My previous entry’s rant was so much fun, I have a few more complaints to get off my chest.   By Hannah Wallace   * There are 162 games in a Major League Baseball team’s regular season. 162. Can someone tell me why the dips in Patrick’s on Thursday insisted on watching the Mets’ ninth […]

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04/11/2007

Road Rage

Hey, crappy drivers: Me and my Easton Synergy have something to say.   By Hannah Wallace   I don’t condone violence. I do, however, condone trash-talking.   Driving home from Ellenton, post-hockey Hannah is usally hopped-up on endorphins and feeling a little invincible; 301 is a never-ending parade of halfwits in automobiles. This is not […]

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04/5/2007

Eli’s Coming

  Why did the sight of that sailboat evoke a familiar feeling of foreboding?   By Hannah Wallace    “He is, among other things, an inveterate womanizer, not unlike the title character from the song by Three Dog Night, if you choose to look at it that way, which I don’t. I see it as […]

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