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Clifford the Red
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I agree, an epic year for the Bizarre and it looks like 2007 is off to a bang!

Regarding Poinc, I always loved his articles in Genii, he was so funny as Poinc from Another Planet. I wish I would've had the chance to meet him. He was a blessing.

Kotah, thank you for that!
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It was definitely a banner year - and even more so for me, personally.

Vive la Bizarre !
Just hanging out with the rest of my fellow dregs.
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Don't forget the master Jim Magus who pulled of a pretty neat trick of knitting a comfortable sweater out of a variety of yarns.
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