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September 25, 2009

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Rick

John, while the story of Ochiltree may be more about moving to remain relevant, I strongly prefer your version. Of course, you may hear from the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Okies for that aside slighting the ready-to-fry state (its panhandle being lined up with the stove, vs Idaho which is still hanging up and not ready to serve as a cooking utensil), but I'm liking your story, nonetheless.

John Ptak

Thanks Rick--its much easier making stuff up than it is to not. I'll let you know if the SPCO lets me know that they did not approve of my made-up Mr. Winston's offhand remark about his neighbor to the north. Its interesting to see how many miles wide that border line-in-the-sand is to people.

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