Nov. 4th, 2007

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Noted with increasing alarm: an article in today's NYTimes about the upcoming movie adaptation of Sweeney Todd.

It's going to be either brilliant or a disaster.
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Noted with increasing alarm: an article in today's NYTimes about the upcoming movie adaptation of Sweeney Todd.

It's going to be either brilliant or a disaster.
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Letter Bank (4, 8)

When winter's here, what I like best
Is walking through the country dressed.
In summer, though, I just go ONE.
Though some may point and others stare,
While ambling so I just don't care;
TWO clothes get in the way of sun.
= 53 McUc NULL /dev/Tree, Onli NE

I'm pleased with the result. If NULL will admit to his/her contribution, shall we send it to Crax?

And who wants to start another?
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Letter Bank (4, 8)

When winter's here, what I like best
Is walking through the country dressed.
In summer, though, I just go ONE.
Though some may point and others stare,
While ambling so I just don't care;
TWO clothes get in the way of sun.
= 53 McUc NULL /dev/Tree, Onli NE

I'm pleased with the result. If NULL will admit to his/her contribution, shall we send it to Crax?

And who wants to start another?
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This afternoon, one of our ward aldermen made his annual walk down our street to leave his "dear constituents" letter in our door. Although I'm planning to vote for him on Tuesday (not that he's running opposed or anything), I am troubled by the fact that this is basically all the contact he has with us.

The fault, dear reader, lies not (solely) in our elected representatives, but in ourselves. )

Why aren't we passionate about this election? Why aren't we passionate about local government week in and week out?

What's wrong with us?
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This afternoon, one of our ward aldermen made his annual walk down our street to leave his "dear constituents" letter in our door. Although I'm planning to vote for him on Tuesday (not that he's running opposed or anything), I am troubled by the fact that this is basically all the contact he has with us.

The fault, dear reader, lies not (solely) in our elected representatives, but in ourselves. )

Why aren't we passionate about this election? Why aren't we passionate about local government week in and week out?

What's wrong with us?

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