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Requiem for 8-29 August 28, 2008

Posted by The Typist in Toulouse Street.
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The survivors request anger in lieu of tears


1. KamaAina - August 28, 2008

You wish is my command, Sir.

At the place where we met – -which, as you know, considers itself to be a progressive site — I and others am currently dealing with a fuckmook who is about to soil himself over the possibility that the city’s impending destruction might somehow interfere with the upcoming Republican convention.


Feel free to join in. It’s hours of family fun!


2. A - August 28, 2008

That was beautiful, as is your writing. A lovely tribute to the anniversary.


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