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The Earley Edition has officially moved to My dot com, that is. Thanks for joining me.

Tuesday, February 08, 2005

Dairy me

Let me explain. No, there is too much. Let me sum up.

Well, there was a storm last Wednesday night and our ADSL modem got fried. Today we got a new one. Internet is back on the menu, folks. It was a tough six days, but I made it. So to get us started off the return post will simply answer comments from the last post. So I'm lazy.
chuck - that's too bad. Milk agrees with me all too well. Sometimes I think milk is so agreeable that it's sucking up to me. What have you got to gain out of this relationship, milk? Winning the Great Milk Wars of 2005, that's what.

Suzanne - I know, it's a fat content issue, not a lactose intolerance issue. Although I have considered the taste and it may actually be a taste issue. Milk good.

Tango and Cash - As above, it's more of 'fat-intake-test' issue rather than a 'god-help-me-not-dairy' issue. And you're engrish isn't so bad.

Michael - yes, I have seen the 'no-fat', and I suspect it will be my return to dairy. And welcome back to blogland by the way.

Julie - the crowd has indeed gone wild. And yes, it was for me. Three cheers for me!

Amelia - I'm really glad you cleared that up, because that's what I was thinking. And a freaky teeth losing disease is a terrible thing to waste. Or something. But freaky nonetheless.

the earley edition - Posted by Dave @ 2/08/2005 08:38:00 pm || || Return to Top