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> Through all the slogging, and obstreperousness, and just plain
> ignorance--would you be doing anything else, really?
> Hugs and Immense Respect,
> "Take the Shoes Off Your Mind!"(c)
Yeah mee too. I'm a poet using the quill of software and the
parchment of business facilitation to give voice to my inner
yearnings while enhancing my earnings.
Although some would consider this Muse abuse.
(PS this is not sarcasm or criticism, but light hearted
playfullness. I've been told that it sometimes hard to tell the
difference in my positings.)
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