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July 25, 2009

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Vance Maverick

Terence, this is, uh, solid stuff.

Thanks for this oddity. You're right about the effect of the odd choice of rhyme scheme -- especially arbitrary and whimsical given the piling up of rhymes on guff and fluff.

What is the "day"? The imagined reconquest (at least religious) of England by Rome?

Zora

Ye carnal! What a phrase! I wonder how I could work that into a conversation?

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