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Thursday, March 09, 2006 

The Tides of March

I'm still on hiatus, but that will change soon, I hope. I've got some "hold-on-to-the-seat-of- your-pants" stuff coming. I mean, you will quit reading everything else when this stuff comes out. Everything...

Have I ever told you about my flair for the dramatic?

With abated breath...


Oh...I be waiting...

I am yearning with the firely hot passion of a thousand suns.

Impatience to the Nth degree

I'm itching to see what's going to be posted

I'm biting at the bit for this

I'm looking forward to it too!

All I know is it better be good...real good.

WEll...considering the title I was fully expecting this thing to thow down on the Ides of March (15th...yesterday). I guess I was wrong. It's not the first time.

How about the archetypal/ectypal distinction you promised so long ago?? I've been holding onto the seat of my pants for so long that they are starting to look quite ragged. I may have to resort to a toga, but then there's the problem with skid marks. You see my dilemma.

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