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If you wish you were in Maine at the current moment, Down East magazine is much conducive to day-dreaming, and has some pretty good articles, too. The publication doesn't post much online, unfortunately, but this month's cyber-offerings include a historic feature on a Klan march in a small Maine town in 1923.
The early '20s were busy years for Klan marches, and a new book touted at the Holy Whapping describes how Notre Damers in 1924 put the Kluxers to rout.
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I'll tell you what's seared – seared – into my mind at present: the song from the Six Flags Guy commercial. A skit on Letterman the other night featured the odd character being backed-over by his own bus, which caused a stir on the roller-coaster messageboards.
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Welcome back to Amy at Ever So Humble, whose retirement from blogging was happily brief.