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    The Good, the Bad - And the Ugly

    I got this idea from an email a friend sent me. Basically, you take the good news, like:
    Your son is seeing someone new

    Then the bad:
    She's already married

    Then the ugly:
    She's your boss.

    The person who breaks the ugly news gets to start the next one.

    How about:
    The Good: You got a promotion...
    "Making words believe in themselves is an art form of a kind/Grasping branches that are too weak to hold the weight of lies..." Satellite Paradiso, "Big Block."

    "Music, once admitted to the soul, becomes a sort of spirit and never dies." Edward Bulwer-Lytton

    My about everything except writing blog:
    http://hittycaroline.blogspot.com/

    The Farm - (tentative title) - being rewritten.





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    The Good: You got a promotion...
    The Bad: It means moving to the other side of the world

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    The Good: You got a promotion...
    The Bad: It means moving to the other side of the world
    The Ugly: And you have to wear a tutu all day long.

    The Good: You learned how to cook French haute cuisine.
    ~ Vita Brevis, Ars Longa ~

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