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writing dust bible 'house of dust"

sweetheart, you'll find mediocre people do exceptional things all the time.

The ability to simultaneously read Vernon Geberth and eat eggplant parmigiana is possibly a sign that I should have pursued that career in forensic anth after all, isn't it?

Or possibly just a sign that I should not be left alone, concurrently, with small children and power tools.

You be the judge...

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hey, it would be more impressive if it was veal parmigiana. ;)
The eggplant has that kind of viscera-like slimy interior, though.

I will admit to not actually looking in my bowl while I was eating it, though....
that kind of viscera-like slimy interior, though.

good point, good point. *g*
Fair warning.

It's not the subject matter.

It's the photos.

And I worked in a hospital.
youuuu just remember you said that when you get to the sexual homicide chapter and the Dahmer crime scene photos.

I'll send you an eggplant parm.
...beef parm? Huh.

I gotta tell you, the eggplant is to die for.

Um.

Not in an anthropophagic kind of way.
mmm. roast beef.
did you notice that the top book on the list, "How To Solve A Murder" (or something) was by Michael Kurland, AKA Michael the Theodore Bear? Author of "The Unicorn Girl"
I did!
As we say in alt.poly, embrace the power of "and".

MKK
*snrch*
You give small children too little credit.