17 thoughts on “The looking glass

  1. Thanks for sharing this little bit of trivia. That is why I read the blogs I do. I used to meet with a friend once a week for coffee, and we would spend three hours just sharing trivia. it’s hard to get in a serious argument about unimportant things, like what temperature to set the water heater, or the best way to brew coffee. Those kinds of friendship develop over years. You can’t do it in a month or two, or even a short year.

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    1. Señor Cotton: Funny you should ask. She steps through every Halloween night, stays a few minutes, says she has other homes to visit and steps back in. We always look forward to that.

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  2. Looks like two eyes work well noting small details. Hope you’re comfortable with the results, and have a swift recovery — and don’t forget the drops! Cheers!

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  3. So what’s with the registration deed of individual noble title in the principality of Sealand? Inquiring minds want to know.

    Saludos,

    Kim G
    Boston, MA
    Where there are no titles of nobility, only haughty Brahmins, one of whom is now special envoy for climate change in his private jet.

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    1. Kim: Wow! I was wondering if anyone could read that. Yes, I am a bona fide baron. I bought it, but don’t think it’s not real. Aristocratic titles have been bought and sold for centuries. You may now bow.

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          1. So you’re already, well before any actual need, admitting that the place cannot be found on a map? Tsk, tsk … giving up so easily will never get you anywhere.

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