On occasion, emails are sent out looking for lost items or reporting found items. I usually just delete them, but this one I felt like sharing; is it just me, or do these two read like some sort of weird magic trick?
Whoever borrowed the cart from [last know location of cart], would you kindly return it ASAP.
Four minutes later:
The cart has mysteriously APPEARED…thank you
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As of May 8th, 2009, I will no longer be using my school email address, email@example.com. If you use this email address, please begin using my personal email address, available on the upper right hand corner of my blog, to send all future correspondence.
I’m back in Seattle for break.
I’m waaaay behind on email and RSS feeds, so I’m spending some time catching up on those. But I’m pretty free over break (I do actually have some awesome events I’m going to, but I can fit you in). I’ll be working on some writing stuff if I can get my act together (read as: if my brain will unknot itself).
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