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April 27, 2009


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"Now pass we Gravesend with a prosp'rous wind ..." This is the first time I noticed that once you click on an image to open it in its own window, you can click it again with the magnifier. Marvelous! Although I felt badly seeing Wimbledon explode this way.

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