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March 28, 2008


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Russell Donnelly

I have this fantasy that when I finally pass(presuming I don't get hit by a soccer mom yakking on her cellphone driving a SUV with smoked windows who squashes me on my bike going to the farmers market-and the family all knows that if I am halfway brain dead the plan is to put me under,yank out anything salvageable and call up my fisherman schoolmate)that instead of the trip to Forest Lawn we'll call up this schoolmate and I'll take a one-way trip out to the middle of Cape Cod Bay and I'll gently roll off the stern in the traditional canvas sheet and join the stiped bass,bluefish,and humpback whales in the great circle of life.(also crabs and slime eels).Unfortunately some a**hole has already prohibited this under some stupid law concerning dumping at sea and now I have to be cremated in order to do this which I think is a waste of energy.(I figured the mourners could fish on the way back-or pull lobster traps and have a very tasty post-mortem shiva-although that's mixing metaphors.)

scottsdale limo

I agree 100% on it. A good configuration on the whole system.

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