How much did we love bicycles in 1898? “Ye Ballad of Ye Mermaiden” offers a clue. http://t.co/GK79gwdIuP
@robertsietsema My favorite tartare of recent memory was horse. But it was in Toronto, so not reachable this evening! http://t.co/ZOjU4DDwBK
I have a story stuck on my head, one I don't want to write. I may give it away here, saying, take it, run with it, it's yours. I just might.
@peterkaminsky I'd Google that and try to find it but "Snuff Porn" are two words that would present surprises if typed into a search engine.
- How much did we love bicycles in 1898? “Ye Ballad of Ye Mermaiden” offers a clue. http://t.co/GK79gwdIuP
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