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Hello. Life is a great big canvas; throw all the paint on it you can.
I am from Turkmenistan and bad know English, tell me right I wrote the following sentence: "He is fully collecting to withstand with his snow of his address's skinhead."

Thank 8-) Dai.

John Glynn

We couldn't get a straight answer .. the coroner's been difficult to deal with.

Lucas Turnbloom

Was it just the smile? Or, was the touch infectious too?

John Glynn

Appropriately, Ida died of an infection.

Thanks to all the well wishes and flowers sent to our offices.

John Glynn

I know, Lucas. I know.

She was quite a woman. And she thought of this blog and all of you as her children ...

Ida was born in the midst of the first World War and she never married. A longtime Redskin fan, Ida served proudly in the chorus of many a USO variety show during WWII including "Tyrone Power's PowerHour."

In the 50s, Ida did her civic duty and turned in many artists as communists to Joe McCarthy depsite having no proof of her claims.

However, I chose not to remember her for that, but for her infectious smile and touch.

-J. Glynn, Kansas City, Mo. April 2009.

Lucas Turnbloom

Not Ida!


I posted a link to this blog on my Facebook page. No uptick on visitors?
I'll post it again.

Danny Burleson

Only 16? I told all both of my regular readers about this blog, clearly they didn't start reading it like I demanded of them. Guess I'll have to threaten no comics... again.

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