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Sunday, January 31, 2010

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Ed Peters

dang. that's not bad. not bad at all.

mel

The Ducks being so humbled in the Rose Bowl made Eugene a livable place once more. Not to worry, there will be plenty more kool-aid passed around next fall.

Carl E. Olson

Mel: I think I'll pass on the Kool-Aid and go for a glass of pinot noir from one of the fine Willamette Valley wineries. Care to join me?

Ed Peters

Willamette Valley Vineyards is one of my all-time favorite wineries, has been for 15 years at least, and it is publically-held, which means, you can own a little bit of it.

Ann Applegarth

I'm dazzled, Mr. Carl! My middle-school Shakespeare students are studying his sonnets this term, and I shall include your sonnet in the curriculum as "what passes for a Shakespearean sonnet in the 21st century." I thought about writing a Shakespearean play after Bret Favre and the Vikings reached their season's end, but I realized that the Bard had beat me to it (King Lear).

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