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April 13, 2008

Blogging Note

Donald Pittenger writes:

Dear Blowhards --

Yes blogging has been light at the good ol' 2B ranch the past few days.

And it will likely stay that way into next week.

Partly that's because I'm on the road. We flew down to LA and won't return to Seattle till Tuesday evening. If I can post something before Wednesday, I will.

Comments also have been slow to appear. That's because I get to my computer about twice a day while on this trip. And Michael hasn't been vetting and posting comments at all for a few days.

Several weeks ago he indicated that there might be times when other events would force him to cut back on blogging, and this might be such a time.

Please have patience.



posted by Donald at April 13, 2008


Here's a question for you to consider. Who was better at vulgar art, the Nazis or Detroit? (I imagine everyone would agree that the Nazis were better at building motor vehicles.)

Posted by: dearieme on April 13, 2008 7:18 AM

Anyone want to see my shadow puppet routine? Vacation slides? No...?

Posted by: Charlton Griffin on April 13, 2008 10:01 PM

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