To those readers who were nice enough to submit something to Graphology,
we say: "Thank you. You are marvelous human beings"
To those readers who have contacted us and expressd the desire to contribute, but have yet to follow up,
we say: "Get the lead out."
To those readers who might wish to hand-write something wonderful, but have been thusfar too timid to get in touch with us,
we say: "Cowards die a thousand deaths."
To those readers who don't care about Graphology, and probably think it's stupid,
we have nothing to say to you.
And, speaking of Vermont... VT Girl checks in with an excellent interview and adventure with Agents A & B of the United States Border Patrol about Mounties, hunters, choppers, infrared, forestation, terrorists, tracking deer across boundaries, and keeping Canada out and America in. Please read Ms. Amy Stender's awesome report here.
My fellow Northern Vermonters,
Now I am sure some of you are thinking, “That seems like a clearly fabricated
conversation.” Those same people are probably also thinking “If he’s our real Rep, then why does his Congress operate out of a hotel in downtown Baltimore while Representative Schumacher works at the Capitol?” To those people, I ask, if my Congress -- operating out of the beautiful Downtown Baltimore Holiday Inn—isn’t real, than why is it called “the Real Congress”? Only my group of Representatives is known as “the Real Congress.” If Mr. Schumacher’s Congress is so reputable and legitimate, then why doesn't it include the word “real” in its moniker? Could it be because Mr. Schumaker's “Congress” is actually not real, but fake? Mr. Schumacher works on Capitol Hill, that much is true. But do a pretty white building and some hard-to-duplicate security passes make a legitimate representative body? In my opinion, they sure don’t.
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1. The one about "Infinity," not "Infinite."