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A Perfect Day for Bananafish – Journal –

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A Perfect Day for Bananafish – Journal –

I just stumbled into this excellent blog and really enjoyed revisiting Mr. Warren Glass’ 10th grade high school English class, where one of the first JROTC Marine Corps in the country was, back in the late 1960s, where else, in Selden, NY named after the judge who testified as a character witness for Susan B. Anthony, when she posed as a man to vote in an election in John Updike’s bailiwick, Upstate New York State. What a run-on!

Speaking of runs, I was reading the NY Times (May 25 2008) online and thinking about how Seymour doesn’t want anyone to see his tattoo…and saw this in the article on Al Franken, running in Minnesota (where Republicans will meet to presume soon that their candidates’ are winners): “But Franken (see more glass) has taken a pounding, getting tattooed by story after story, which is preventing him from making this a referendum on the incumbent.”

Maybe as you say about the war, but about an election?


Written by georgejmyersjr

05/25/2008 at 4:08 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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