Category Archives: Cartoons

Protected: Meh & Mezza Mezza

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Protected: Father Time and the Baby

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Protected: Eagle and Child

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Protected: 4 x 5

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Protected: In Search of Toad Hall

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O Swallow, Swallow

My friend David Haskell asked his students on their Ornithology final, “If you could come back as a bird, which species would you choose and why?”   As I responded in the Comments section of his blog, my choice would be Hirundo … Continue reading

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Protected: Baguette and Oosik

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Protected: The Coyote and the Cliff

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The Least of My Brothers

JANUARY 2, 2012. Mark Byron McDonough, age 42, of Leominster. Son of the late Margaret B. (Donahue) and James M. McDonough. Survived by his guardian, Gene Buchman and family, with whom he lived for many years, and by foster brother … Continue reading

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