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April 03, 2006

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» Outside Over There from a fool in the forest
The April Fool's weekend being behind us, the new Blawg Review #51, replete with seriousness of purpose and citations to Rilke, no less, has been posted at Declarations Exclusions. As promised, it takes the god Apollo as its inspiration. [Read More]

» Blawg Review #51 from Antitrust Review
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» Blawg Review #51's Writer is Nobody's April Fool. from What About Clients?
George M. Wallace of Declarations and Exclusions, a/k/a A Fool In The Forest, did this week's Blawg Review with Blawg Review #51. We are lucky to have this literate, lyrical and whimsical host.... [Read More]

» Blawg Review #51's Writer is Nobody's April Fool. from What About Clients?
George M. Wallace of Declarations and Exclusions, a/k/a A Fool In The Forest, did this week's Blawg Review with Blawg Review #51. We are lucky to have this literate, lyrical and whimsical host. Read Blawg Review #51 and then tell... [Read More]

Comments

Eh Nonymous

Nice job, GW. A two-headed blawg review!

And since no compliment is ever complete without cavil or complaint, I'm virtually certain it's Myers, not Meyers. At least in this case. :)

Cowtown Pattie

Apollo, huh?

Good job, Fool! The Blawg Review was fortunate to get you on the schedule for April!

So, does one wear the toga as an undergarment or merely a shoulder sling for cool evenings?

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