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August 25, 2010

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Jeff Donlan

Re: the writing sample: It sounds like bad narrative poetry, actually. Sorry you lost your teeth, but it's about time for you to go to soft food, anyway, John.

John F. Ptak

Writing elevated to so much of such a bad kind of lessened quality often sounds as though it has been strained all strained through a bad narrative poetry filter, what with words of extra kind of extra kind of words being used by the author, writing as he or she does in a writerly way, writing bad. /// thanks Mr. D for reminding me that its time to return to the strained foods; better now than later when I won't know what it is I'm eating, anyway. Oh yea, that's not supposed to happen 'cause I should be lowered into my comfy ice cave by that point. I hope.

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