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If you have not been reading it regularly either,
look these up before they leave the archive.
ps: I'm justifying this message as typing practice
after smashing two fingers of my left hand in a door
frame while rushing outside to see a gosling in our
artificial pond this morning. How's that for a workplace injury?
Ow! throb, throb. Thank goodness for the delete key.LF
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