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Short Story Wednesday: The Blue Coat

Short Story Prompt: “A Perfect Day for Bananafish” by J. D. Salinger

It took her exactly three hours to get through to the FBI. She knew the length of time because she had a prepaid cell phone that ticked off the minutes. 435 more words

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Seymour man admits to false tax return

SEYMOUR, Conn. (WTNH) — A Seymour business executive is accused of failing to report $132,500 in income in 2007.

Michael S. Vasaturo, 56, pleaded guilty to filing a false tax return. 71 more words

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August 23, 2014

A foggy morning
in Southern Indiana.
Time for more coffee.

Haiku

Ode 5:3

The mention of Nicolas Denisot in a recent post sent me off looking for more information. I was fascinated to discover that Ronsard had been one of several Pleiade poets (others were du Bellay and Baif) who contributed poems to a book Denisot saw through the presses in 1551. 1,641 more words

Odes

August 22, 2014

Geek research heaven –
me in a library with
old man archivist.

Haiku

2014 Northern Cycling McCallion Handicap

From chocolates to boiled lollies. Racing with Northern Cycling today out at Seymour was a real humbling experience for me. Some days you go into a race feeling good and everything just clicks into gear. 682 more words

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