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Saturday
Jul191997

guest blatherer: rand

Fun practice last night...went over some of our repertoire for Toronto Trek including our new Babylon Five song. Lazarus (Allison's tamagochi) is thriving! She is a much better mother than I ever was, even though she hardly ever feeds it icecream.

[6:09:56 PM] Rand is here! He is going to be my Guest Blatherer today. Take it away, radboy.... the human ear is comprised of 27 parts, each of which is trained from birth to fight off wax. i'm over here enjoying a rainy day off in toronto. what about you? this blathering thing takes effort. don't let anyone fool you. and some people do it everyday. did you all know that english was joseph conrad's second language? and he wrote arguably the best novella in the english language. imagine that. i'm going to stop now and enjoy a nice, tall glass of ice-9 before driving home.

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