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Thursday, 05 July 2012


Mannie Sherberg
Yael -- if it's any consolation for the lost post (and it probably isn't), it's worth noting that, over the centuries, many big-name writers have lost manuscripts; not all were lost by accident -- like a power outage -- but many were. One modern example is the original typewritten manuscript of Jack Kerouac's "On the Road," -- which was ready to be shipped to the publisher -- when it was devoured by a friend's cocker spaniel. That, at least, is the story Kerouac always told. There is, so far as I know, no record of what happened to the dog. James Joyce, Hemingway, Orwell -- they all lost manuscripts. So, if it helps, you might take comfort in the thought that you're in snazzy company. Good Shabbes in advance to you, too.
you will be missed (my home page). be well meanwhile.
So excited for your daughter! I hope you have a good break and come back refreshed. Don't stay away too long! (p.s. gettin married in 24 days!!!)
nike free 3.0
The shoe is now on sale almost in the part of the Nike Sportswear stores, priced at $ 95.

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