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Posted by: Jeff M. Posted on: 01. Nov 2005 at 22:08
[quote author=John_Doe_Nutt  link=1130274153/0#1 date=1130666650]
It's uncanny how reality sometimes mirrors Blaylock
[/quote]

Yet I still can't seem to find any damned raisin cheese...
Posted by: John_Doe_Nutt Posted on: 30. Oct 2005 at 07:04
Those are some FINE-looking coffins (as far as coffins go)....

It's uncanny how reality sometimes mirrors Blaylock - if that is in fact the dynamics of the thing. Any day I expect a giant shoe to wash ashore - or did that one already happen? (I know about the giant squid, of course, and the talking fish, and the civilized rat).

Posted by: Jim_Fortner Posted on: 25. Oct 2005 at 22:02
This really reminded me of the Blaylock story Small Houses!  I hope the link works.

http://www.woodworkersjournal.com/ezine/todaysww.cfm