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Posted on 07/07/2010 5:57:03 PM PDT by franksolich
When I was wandering around the socialist paradises of the workers and peasants with free medical care for all during the 1990s, of course I made a great many acquaintances.
What follows was one of them, a guy I met on a train. He had recently been fishing, and insisted I join him in his meal. Normally, I am a laid-back, mellow, easy-going sort of person, and I had no problems accepting the hospitality of Russians, Ukrainians, White Russians, and Moldavians, but this was, uh, dead fish.
I however got the impression I had better eat, and so for the only time in my adult life, I ate dead fish.
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Ping for the list.
Dead fish? As opposed to ‘live’ fish?
Come on...you asked for that. :>)
was Rahm Emanuel there???
What does sfl mean? You use it quite often.
save for later
I was wondering where you were, Frank. Haven’t had a ping from you in a long while.
Your essay is intriguing and with a tiny bit of imagination, all sorts of nefarious scenarios come to mind—tracking devices, microfilm, mistaken identities, ..... SPIES .......
I dunno how I forgot you, sir, when you’re the first I should remember.
Anyway, there’s more.
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