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Law, culture, and Catholicism...up in smoke!

Monday, October 13, 2008

Slow news day causes FUMARE Reader to fall asleep

(PULASKI). Our readers are no doubt familiar with that witty, eclectic mix of commentary otherwise known as FUMARE. Casimir received this note earlier in the mailbox:

Dear Casimir,

What is happening at FUMARE? Nothing for days, it's so slow. Don't they know I need something to do besides coffee to keep my Monday morning attention?

I am stuck in a very quiet office and I need something to make me chuckle or I will sleep. It's not the best form in the world, but I'm addicted to it as I am caffeine. Please use your clout to wake them up or I will be out by 12:30.

Very Truly Yours,

OK... Given the recent changes on the AMSoL Board, I thought perhaps, we should revisit the best group photos they've taken in the past"

Sort of a trail of left-behinds, isn't it?