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August 25, 2009

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I like this a lot, Mitch. Great discovery!

I believe every word of the painter's poem and wonder whether she has written more about the safety deposit box and what is kept inside it. Thank you. Yours truly, Josh.

If only we could. Love it.

So have I heard and do in part believe it., But look yon sun in russet mantle clad etc In other words, red sky at morning = sailor's warning. Hamlet act I, scene I.

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