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Milos George is a writer/editor and activist who has vowed to wipe out the disease Endemic Treponematosis within his lifetime. To raise awareness of ET, Mr. George has vowed to create one panel a day of his photocomic/monkey suicide note The Last Road Home, for the rest of his life.

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Have I mentioned that Noogies is very affectionate

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and hangs out at our side door? Really, he'll be a
great, loving cat to the first household that opens
its doors to him.
25th Jul 2006, 22:55   comments (0)

my last pile of ruined stuff

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This one bothered me a little, since it was mostly
stuff I "saved" the night/morning of the flooding so
it wasn't totally soaked. The Toth and NANCY books
were particularly hard to throw out, but I have faith
they'll be back in print in some form soon.
25th Jul 2006, 22:50   comments (0)

July 15: stairs in the morning, cleaning in the afternoon,

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and Little Man in the evening. He hurried from room to
room, sniffing, looking and yowling presumably for the
other cats. Eventually, he curled up in my box of
clothing and went to sleep.
25th Jul 2006, 22:42   comments (0)

building a stairway to the first floor

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25th Jul 2006, 22:38   comments (0)

surprisingly good cod sandwich, homemade fries and very rummy spiced-apple cake

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at the Choconut Inn. [July 14]
25th Jul 2006, 22:31   comments (0)

Welcome to beautiful Choconut, Pennsylvania

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and its charming Inn. The non-smoking area is actually
quite nice. [Still the 14th.]
25th Jul 2006, 22:28   comments (0)

dead frog stretching

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To sanitize the basement, it was sprayed the day
before with Sporicidin, a hungry microbe that loves
eating mold and related stuff. How this frog got in, I
dunno -- it's an empty basement, nowhere to hide, and
the windows have been closed for days -- but I hope it
was dead before the microbe was released. That stuff
burned in my nose for a few days whenever I
encountered mold, and I don't wanna know what it could
do to less-evolved critters. [Right now, we have
another frog in the basement who is alive, well and
very very fast, which is why he's still our guest. His
name is Mark.]
25th Jul 2006, 22:25   comments (1)

for the last two-plus weeks, Little Man just can't believe I'm leaving him behind

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whereas Buddy relaxes in the kitchen and barely
notices his humans have left. [July 14]
25th Jul 2006, 22:17   comments (0)