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Stateside: Where Rosalea Gets Bloggy W'It

Stateside With Rosalea: Where Rosalea Gets Bloggy W'It

Oh gee.

How about that! My mug's on a blog [Third from right rear – Ed.] . The next thing you know, I'll have my own vlog. It won't be a slog--dead horses I'll flog, and creatures that scuttle about under logs. But erstwhile I'll just be a cheeky old dog, indulging in bloggerel from the City of Fog.

From The Barking Mad department:
http://bayosphere.com/node/784

And from the Couldn't Have Put it Better Myself department:
http://www.thebestpageintheuniverse.net/c.cgi?u=banish

(thanks to Che Tibby over at Public Address for alerting me to that sobering piece of perspective!)

[NOTE: Lea Barker's blog can be accessed here: http://bayosphere.com/blog/lea_barker]


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