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KAC — In an incident that has shaken the
Kenyon athletic community to its core, distin-
guished Kenyon swimmer Lucas Perlino ’11
was disqualifed from a hook-up due to his use
of the performance-diminishing drug alcohol
'We are deeply saddened and ashamed,¨
team captain Cary Stevens `10 said. 'Lucas has
been a good friend and a good wingman. How-
ever, this is a very serious scandal. We`ll have
to soldier on, but without Lucas by our side I’m
afraid that our serial hook-ups might start feel-
ing impersonal and unfulflling.¨
According to inside sources, Perlino’s alco-
hol use began Friday afternoon when one of his
teammates offered to administer a shot of te-
quila. Soon, he was preparing his own doses of
alcohol without trained supervision.
Around midnight, Mary Trivedi `12 ap-
proached Perlino and began firting. Perlino`s
game, as his teammates recall it, appeared to
be as practiced and icy hot as ever. But by 1:30
a.m., with the hook-up barely begun, he was
judged to be ineligible for full participation.
Philander’s Most Splendiferous Source of News and Gossip. Vol. 2, Issue 10 February 24, 2010
Huddled Masses Yearn To Escape Phling Coat Check
Disqualifies Swimmer From Hook-Up
By Sgt. Clap Sturmison
MCBRIDE — In a statement made to close
friends over lunch Friday , Elmer Bundy 13
announced his eager anticipation for senior year
and 'all those freshman bitties¨ that he plans
to engage during that time. 'I mean, freshman
girls are so goddamn hot,¨ he professed while
gently pushing his hair back into a fip. 'I can`t
wait to get with all those girls who are cur-
rently in my age group.¨ As a follow-up to his
remarks, Bundy laid out a complete four-year
plan, in which he and his classmates are slated
to 'spend 2013 knee-deep in fresh-outta-high-
Recently released data indicates that Bundy
is not alone in his intentions. In a 2007 study,
85% of freshman males expressed their desire
to get with hypothetical freshman ladies of
the future. 'Senior girls are so old and jaded.
Except for now. Now they`re totally hot and
totally tired of those lame senior guys: totally
DTFF[reshmen]. But in three years, I want to
be slaying freshman girl after freshman girl,
weekend after weekend, till I get arrested or
Bundy claimed he frst learned of this long-
standing carnal tradition from his older brother
Carl 06, who overcame the endemic Bundy
lack of game and inability to have sexual rela-
tions with girls of his own age by waiting and
using the overwhelming three-year difference
on similar girls. 'They don`t know any better,¨
said Carl. “Anyone who has known a Bundy
man for more than twenty minutes will tell you
that we are terrible people. But with a fresh-
man? Give me twenty minutes and we`ll be
sucking face outside McBride.¨
'It`s basically just a waiting game,¨ offers
Bundy. 'Like buying stock in Bible printers.
Chasing girls my age, when they’re getting all
that attention from older guys? It`s a fool`s er-
rand. If I just hang around, do my time quietly,
I`ll make it to the promised land.¨
Most important of all, he claims, is the ac-
quisition of proper housing in his junior year
lottery. 'Can`t screw around with Caples or Old
Kenyon,¨ said Bundy. 'Location is essential.
I`m really looking to score one of those sweet
Mather singles. Take it all the way down to the
Bundy has already spearheaded creation of a
'Kenyon Class of 2016¨ Facebook group.
By Dingo Rockefeller
PEIRCE-Hordes of students from across
campus made the voyage to the doors of Peirce
this past Saturday. Despite treacherous con-
ditions, freezing weather and severe intoxi-
cation, these immigrants to Peirce nonethe-
less arrived in droves. Some sought asylum
from the tyranny of Wellness Housing, oth-
ers hoped to fnd work as a party monitor or
Destiny`s Child impersonator, but all were
united in their dream of a brighter future.
Over six hundred students arrived at this
narrow port in a single evening, many with
nothing but the coats on their backs.
Yet their journey was not yet fnished, for
at the dawn of their passage into this shin-
ing land of opportunity, these haggard im-
migrants had to deal with those very coats.
Phling offcials demanded each potential ad-
mittee endure a rigorous screening process
which involved receiving an assigned num-
ber and waiting in line for what seemed like
hours...and sometimes even days.
The throngs of people and complex
selection process led to some campus
families being rent apart. 'Where are my Sis-
ters?¨ asked a teary-eyed Zeta pledge, clutch-
ing a worn teddy bear close to her heart, 'Has
anyone seen my Sisters?¨
'It was horrible,¨ says Antonio Stromboli
11, refecting on the ordeal he had to endure.
“First our journey was delayed by two weeks.
Then we were forced to wait in humiliating
lines. When I fnally got to the front, they
didn’t understand my slurred language and
they wrote Great Hall 243` on my hand.
I guess that`s my name now, forget about
Though many human rights activists
declaimed the conditions with which these
students were forced to contend, Head of
Coat Check and Director of Student Activ-
ities Meagan Webb defended her organiza-
tion`s practices, saying, 'These students
are trying to come in here and change our
way of life. We can`t just let the unwashed
multitudes in without screening. Their
jackets could contain germs, weapons or
Even after making it through the inspec-
tions, a majority of immigrants found it
diffcult to integrate with the Phling com-
munity. Many lost what remaining funds
they had on gambling and were forced to
subsist on fried cheese and zucchini.
Freshman Can’t Wait For Senior Year And “All Those Freshman Bitties”
(Continued on Page 2)
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
MASON JARS: THE NEW NALGENES?
PEIRCE PUB TO SCREEN REQUIEM FOR A DREAM DURING
HEALTH CENTER STILL BAD
“Got a C+ on Comedy Comps”
A group of eager partiers arrives at Phling.
The episode has also rumbled the foundations
of the college`s athletic community, considered
a stronghold of campus sexual activity and mas-
culinity. For some, the wake of the scandal may
serve as a time of reevaluation -sexual or oth-
'There have always been accusations that Ken-
yon athletes use alcohol,¨ asserted lacrosse goalie
Stu Baranaka `10, 'but in the past we`ve dis-
missed them as baseless. That’s all changed now.
Rest assured: if there are any alcohol users on the
lacrosse team, we`re going to put all our energy
into fnding them.¨
Still, the remaining Kenyon swimmers know
they must press on. 'With Shock Your Mom`
just around the corner, we can`t afford not to be
getting it on,¨ offered team newcomer Joey Lum-
bazo `13. 'I, for one, plan to score with at least
three girls after Phling. And y`know what? While
it`s going down, I`ll be thinking about Lucas.¨
Perlino was ejected from Trivedi`s Old
Kenyon single and stripped of the neon
sunglasses he had been awarded.
Outcry over the incident has spurred au-
thorities to reinvestigate Perlino`s previous
track record. In September of last year, Per-
lino testifed before a council of his closest
bros that he 'defnitely got down to busi-
ness with Tammy [Flora `13]¨; three weeks
later, he alleged that Flora 'cut him off like
a bitch.¨ If either assertion is found to have
been false, Perlino could face censure and
have his sexiling privileges revoked.
By Esteban Sinclaire
Carol Lindigan of AVI FoodSystems Inc. has
immediately recognizable style. Quirkier than
the average mandatory day-to-day catering uni-
form, Lindigan`s clothing choices make her to-
tally stand out from the swarm of AVI workers
who always seem to crowd the dining hall (un-
less, of course, you need another quarter avocado
slice for your bagel-good luck fnding any help
Having set up our interview during a busy
lunch hour, I worried she wouldn’t be able to
make it to the sandwich bar through the throngs
of students clamoring for more mayonnaise. My
worrying was for naught, as Lindigan shoved past
some freshman asking for banana peppers look-
ing totally kitchen chic! After mopping up some
tomato paste a sophomore spit up while choking
on a French bread pizza, she took a moment out
of her day to talk to The Collegiate.
The Kenyon Collegiate: First, can I just say you
look totally fabulous. Really culinary modern
meets frying-pan swank!
Carol Lindigan: Uh, er. what?
TKC: Your outft, Carol! It`s just so dapper.
CL: Uh. you`re holding up the sandwich line.
TKC: Come on, Carol-this is a fashion emer-
gency! So Carol, how would you describe your
CL: I need you to hand me a clean plate. Would
you like the Virginia ham on white or wheat?
We`re out of sourdough.
TKC: Carol, there`s no need to be modest. You
just have to tell me where you got those super
cute boyfriend-cut charcoal chinos!
CL: Our boss Tim makes us wear black pants.
Did you want any cold salami with that?
TKC: And that sexy low-cut halter-top you`re
wearing over that adorable green blouse-what
infuenced such a daring combination?
CL: You mean my apron? It keeps the bucket
slop back in the dish room from splashing on my
shirt. Any onions?
TKC: So inspired. Where ever did you pick up
some of these absolutely fantastic fnds?
CL: Terry over at the International Station gave
me a new apron after I sat in some corn chowder.
You want a tomato slice? The cucumbers aren’t
TKC: You`ll have to hook me up! So who would
you say are your personal style icons?
CL: [yelling] Donny get your ass outta the Oreo
bits and squirt some more horseradish sauce into
my tub!! [pause] What were you were saying?
TKC: Who inspires your look? It`s so culinary
diva meets soup-kitchen smart.
CL: Well, uh, Janice over in Comfort Foods
sometimes wears two aprons when she`s deep-
frying the pork-tenderloin bites so she doesn`t get
burnt. It makes sense, I guess.
TKC: Watch out Audrey Hepburn! And how
about those shoes? I just have to know-Manolo
Blahnik or Christian Louboutin?
CL: These? Nah, these are prescription. My
cousin`s brother-in-law is a foot doctor, and he
said they`ll help with bunions. Mustard?
TKC: Practical and gorgeous! Okay Carol, last
question-if you could own any dress in the
world, what would it look like? Mine would have
to be the dress Hilary Swank wore when she won
her Oscar. So pretty.
CL: Listen, if you don`t give me a clean plate for
this sandwich here than I`m gonna have to ask
you to please step out of line. [yelling] DONNY!
THE RADISH ISN`T GONNA FILL ITSELF!
Style Profile: AVI’s Carol Lindigan
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By Skeeter Demiglace
PEIRCE - Monday, in a joint press con-
ference, AVI and PEAS, Kenyon`s premier
sustainability organization, announced a
new initiative that would join the organi-
zations with an unlikely partner: the Knox
Country Downs horse-racing track. The
three-year trial partnership will provide
Kenyon with a steady supply of horsemeat.
Said President of PEAS Jack Tenny `10,
'We hope this charter signals a new era
in our relationship with the greater Knox
Tenny recalled that the idea came to him
on a visit to the track`s annual Valentine`s
Day event ('Valentine and Equine¨) with
his girlfriend Mallory Jennings `13. After
the races concluded, Tenny noticed, the
horses who`d fnished in forth or worse
were quietly led out of the stadium. Curi-
ous, he followed Glue Factory, a chestnut
thoroughbred with 32-1 odds against, as
her jockey guided her through the exit. In
the parking lot, he witnessed an arresting
scene: Glue Factory was summarily eutha-
nized just a few yards from the track.
“They led her out and shot her in the
head,¨ said Tenny. 'But here`s what re-
ally got me: afterward, they gave the body
a respectful burial. Can you imagine? All
that fne meat just went to waste. I knew
then that we could really leverage the situ-
ation to Kenyon`s advantage, so I called
Ted [Len] the very next morning.¨ Len,
proprietor of Knox Country Downs, was
Through a series of exploratory meet-
ings, Tenny managed to reach a deal with
both Len and Jason Flatter, AVI`s Direc-
tor of Meat Services. 'We serve horse to
students every once in a while as Tandoori
Turkey,¨ admitted Flatter, 'and they don`t
seem to notice the difference, so we fg-
ured a steady infux of freshly killed horse-
meat would do us well. We’re already
planning new, substituted versions of old
favorite recipies. The students are really in
for a treat.¨
'I`d steer clear of Sushi with Gusto for a
few weeks, too,¨ he added.
Kenyon students can expect to see race-
horsemeat integrated into the Peirce menu
within the coming weeks.
AVI To Helm Sustainable
Horse Meat Initiative
Cougar On The Prowl.
Assorted Traffc Lights
Professor of Anthropology
Professor of Biology
What color is a belch?
Dang, man. That’s a
What the little
Percy Waterfeld `50
Hannah Santa Anna `13
Prissy Doodle `13
What is your most last-
Whew. It’s okay. A snake had
stolen her eggs. I found the snake
and talked him out of it.
An eagle is in trouble.
I have to go.
What? Stop it. Where is the
reunion being held, young man?
Are You Experienced?
Boy, the things I’ve seen happen in the
Kenyon Graveyard would scare the
pants off a DKE pledgemaster.
Oh, I don`t know, how about we ask
my friend Mr. 4th Grade Diploma??
Have you ever read much
Marx? He`s the real deal.
Don’t remember. How was your Phling?
Pretty great, man. Just a good laid-back
night, y`know? Nothin` like a laid-back
night to really smooth you out.
Phling ’48? We made whiskey
and sasparilla cocktails.
was the good part.
Name written on wall
of Farr Bathroom.
Three. Three. One. Zero.
Totals so far:
Just bein’ a part of it
all, y’know? Right?
. . .
Do you hear that?
We are but specks of gravel in
the great river of existence.
Drawing an arrow through
Philander Chase’s hat.
“WHY AREN’T THE DORKS GET-
By Annaleigh Nye `12
When I came to Ke-
nyon, I thought that it
was a warm, accepting
place: a community
whose values were
justice, the pursuit of
knowledge, and the
bonds of love and
equality. Over the past
few years, after joining a sorority, I have dis-
covered how wrong I was, and the betrayal of
the beautiful place I had imagined is nowhere
better embodied than in the administration’s
unfair persecution over the last few weeks of
everyone except for the dorks. Last week I
didn`t see a single faculty editorial trying to
deny division housing to losers, and this bias
on the part of authority fgures disgusts me.
This is not the frst time I`ve noticed the pro-
nerd discrimination that pervades our campus.
The handbook says that if I have more than
like fve people in my room then I have to fll
out some forms or call someone to register it
or something. But the nerds don`t have to do
anything at all when they want to exchange
annoying inside jokes in Peirce atrium. Just a
few weeks ago, my sisters and I were forced
to attend a meeting that had been alleged to be
about 'hazing.¨ The meeting turned out to be a
preachy, punitive, and downright cruel lecture
about how we 'can`t force pledges to drink,¨
and 'have to make sure they are allowed to go
to sleep by midnight on school nights.¨ I see
dorks wandering around Gund after midnight
all the time. The double standard is palpable.
All that Greek organizations want is the right
to live together in a big exclusive group, and it
is appalling that we would be denied such an
opportunity. The losers all get to live together
where they want to, in Watson and fourth-foor
Mather, and nobody ever writes demeaning,
slanderous editorials about them—how is this
fair? The only way in which sophomores can
avoid both the hassle of the dreaded housing
lottery and the disgusting bigotry exhibited
against cool kids is to become one of the dork-
wads themselves, and live in exclusive 'well-
ness¨ themed housing. Honestly, ours is a sys-
tem of blatant segregation in which exclusive
lame groups are unfairly permitted to snatch
up the housing closest to Gund game room and
The school must start punishing dorks if it
hopes to maintain its status as a reputable col-
lege. I suggest the following:
-An 8AM meeting with Samantha Jones
Hughes for each instance of attending an event
that a CA organized.
-Mandatory community service for growing
a beard longer than your middle fnger
-Disciplinary probation for being involved
in Ballroom Dance or Magic: The Gathering
-Suspension for singing loudly in a public
place (if it`s not part of a pledge event.)
“HOUSING NEVER DID NOBODY NO
here, you fim-
famin` son of
Ho n e y b u c k e t
may not know a
spring time hayride from a horseless carriage,
but if there`s one thing he does know, it`s this:
ain`t nothin` nice and ain`t nothin` pretty what
comes from the indoors. I slid plum out my
Mee Ma`s pee hole straight into Old Man Lar-
son`s swamp just like my pa, and just like my
pa`s pa, and his pa before him, and may the
good Lord stick his long lectric fngers into
any man-baby born with four walls around
The Honeybuckets have gotten along with-
out the indoors since yonder mountain weren’t
no bigger`n a twenty-legged centimepede.
Here`s what the Honeybucket speak-pipe`s got
to holler at Annaleigh Nye there-you chip-
munk-faced, corn-swallowing Presbyterian
done up like a blue-ribbon piglet at the white
county fair, how dare you tell me what ain`t
and what am. If you think you can come in
with your fancy bed-sleepin` and table-eatin`
and water-bathin` and tell us good country folk
where we can and can`t pop off our boots and
rest our weary, feld-working dogs, you got a
whole nother thing coming! If you come to my
swamp, I`ll cut you-oh I`ll cut off your big
toe and serve it in a turtle shell for Equinox
You want to know what happens to you
if you stick youself indoors all day? My old
trout-stompin` buddy Bennigan done straight
passed out from burr-whiskey only to wake up
in the county clanker. Within six moons, his
pecker turned green. Imagine that!
So you tell that book-learnin` man-lady who
what runs your college that you hain`t never
gonna be no roof slave again.
Hey, I just had a thought-worm crawl outta
my thinkin` apple. If you gotta put thems Men-
struatin’ Maggies in some housing, you should
build it over on Sally`s Sink-feld. Ain`t no
quicksand there, no sirree. Just miles of gator-
free, rock steady land. Hee hee hee hee hee hee
Division Housing: The Debate Rages On
By Satchmo Dirk Jerkins
SAM MATHER - A recent study in eating and
social behaviors amongst college-aged students
has revealed fascinating insight into the link
between eating alone and crippling depression.
The study, conducted through decades of metic-
ulous data-gathering, has revealed what scien-
tists believe is 'conclusive evidence that eating
alone makes you feel like a complete loser¨.
The new disorder, which scientists are calling
'No-friends-at-dinner disorder¨, is gaining cov-
erage on campus, mostly due to students fnally
speaking out about their issues. 'I have only 10
minutes to grab some lunch between my 12:10
and 1:10 classes, so I usually eat alone,¨ reports
local senior Jamie Milkman `10. 'Right as the
tray hits the table, I hit rock bottom.¨
Many students turn to alcohol or drug use to
numb the pain of the depressive disorder. 'It tru-
ly is a vicious cycle¨ says substance abuse coun-
selor Michael Durham. “Drinking and drugs
only make you more withdrawn, and you eat
with less and less friends at dinner. Before you
know it, you`ve wound up in Lower Dempsey.¨
Durham points out that some students may be
in denial about their problems. 'Many students
try to play it off. I came late and my friends all
left.`, I need to study`, I couldn`t fnd anyone I
knew.` These are the usual excuses, and they can
be very destructive to the frst stage of recovery:
'Acceptance that no one wants to eat with
you,¨ he added.
By Jean Shortz
GAMBIER - This past Sunday evening, Wes-
ley Payne, `11, received the frst of what has
become an unrelenting string of threatening
text messages from an unknown number. The
content of these messages imply that the sender
believes Payne to be a drug dealer, sources told
the Collegiate on Tuesday.
A distraught Payne came forward with this
information at a county-wide press conference
Tuesday morning, saying that the increased and
violent urgency of the messages he receives
from the anonymous texter is disturbing him
and preventing him from living a normal life.
'This person is clearly in a state of panic,
and I cannot bear this burden any longer,¨ said
Payne to the media. 'Unbaked, he or she is
an obvious danger to him or herself and those
around him or her, so we need to do our best
to fnd and help get him or her really stoned. I
cannot do this alone. I need your help, Kenyon.¨
The college’s administration, too, has rallied
behind the cause of the unknown joneser. Said
President S. Georgia Nugent, 'I believe that the
time has now come for this community - our
community - to stand strong, put aside petty
differences, and hook a brother up.¨
Payne hopes that alerting the community
might lead someone to identify the anonymous
party and get them weed as soon as possible.
Please report any information via allstu.
Student In Desperate Need of Marijuana
A PORTRAIT OF DISTRESS
When Wesley Payne `11 receieved the frst of sever-
al weed-related texts on Sunday, he thought nothing
of it. But the messages that followed, exclusively
reproduced below, paint a chilling picture of one
[8:45PM]: hey bro do u have any stuf?
[9:08PM]: hey man got any green shiiiiit?
[9:22PM]: yo dude i don`t know if u have any weed but if
u do i could rly use some im totally dry
[9:25PM]: this is getting real, man. can u please answer??
i rly need weed even just a dimebag or whatever you
[9:30PM]: ill pay whatever u want serously
[9:32PM]: did watching those snowboarding videos seri-
ously mean nothing to u man? i thought we had a good
time and were gona be bros but i guess ur just a pussy
like everyone says
[9:34PM]: this is so not fuking funny i am actually going
thru withdrawl what the fuck dude
[9:37PM]: yep just threw up on my computr
[9:50PM]: MY HEART RATE UP SOOO HIGH CANT
SLEEP CANT EAT
[10:00PM]: Ur GONNA REGRET tHIS.........................
[10:01PM]: NOW NOW NOw
[10:05PM]: nah dude math hw is due tomorrow
[11:12PM]: GET mE WEED OR ILL BREAK UR DOOr
ND TEETH ADNI FD
[11:30PM]: DIE IN A GREASE FIREEE I HATE !#
Feb. 21 10:00PM- Underage consumption in
Norton Residence Hall.
Feb. 21 10:01PM- Underage consumption in
Norton Residence Hall.
Feb. 21 10:09PM- Suspected illegal drug use
in Norton Residence Hall.
Feb. 21 10:15PM- Out-of-control student in
Norton Residence Hall.
Feb. 21 10:30PM- Underage consumption
between Norton Residence and Middle Path.
Feb. 21 10:35PM - Underage consumption on
Feb. 21 10:36PM - Student assaulting security
offcer on Middle Path
Feb. 21 10:37PM - Violent student moved
from Middle Path to Safety & Security Offce
Feb. 21 11:01PM - Security vehicle stolen
outside Safety & Security Offce.
Feb. 21 11:05PM - Stolen security vehicle
located outside Gambier Grill.
Feb. 21 11:16PM - Raging brawl reported in
Feb. 21 11:21PM - Student beloved by all falls
victim to brawl in Gambier Grill.
Feb. 21 11:22PM - Student gives moving
'what have we become?¨ speech outside
Gambier Grill. Twenty students detained
Hugo Drax . . . . . . . . . Skeeter Demiglace
Jaws . . . . . . . . . . . . Sheridan Whiteside
Colonel Moon . . . . . . . . . Diesel Jackson
006 . . . . . . . . . . . . Luther Honeybucket
Le Chiffre . . . . . . . . . . . Gordelo 3000
General Orlov . . . . . . . . . Charlie Adams
Franz Sanchez . . . . . Beauregard Beauregard
Kamal Khan . . . . . . . . . Eegull Eggelstein
Dr. No . . . . . . . . . . . Granny Hayes
Aris Kristatos . . . . . Satchmo Dirk Jerkins
Renard . . . . . . . . . . Esteban Sinclaire
Goldhnger . . . . . . . . . Dingo Rockefeller
Elektra King . . . . . . . . . . . . Gurl Wulf
Oddjob . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jean Shortz
Dr. Kananga . . . . . . . . . . Ed Strictly
Ernst Bloheld . . . . Ruth 'Thundercat¨ Bubis
Interns . . Walther PPK, Tear Gas Talcum Powder,
Knife Shoe, Garrote Wristwatch, Rocket Launcher
Boombox, Dynamite Toothpaste, Laser Polaroid
Camera, Missile Leg Cast, Offce Chair Ejector Seat,
Earring Lockpick, Flamethrower Perfume Bottle,
Consultants . . Honey Rider, Plenty O`Toole, Judy
Havelock, Ruby Windsor, Gala Brand, Mary Good-
night, Kitty Stroker, Pam Bouvier, Dr. Christmas
Jones, Penelope Smallbone, Dr. Molly Warmfash,
Freelance . . 'I think he got the point,¨ 'Shocking.
Positively shocking,¨ 'As you said, a pressing en-
Founder/Editor Emeritus . . . . . . . . Louis Fran-
cis Albert Victor Nicholas Collegiate, 1st Earl Col-
legiate of Ohio, KG, GCB, GCSI, GCIE, GCVO
Eating Alone Linked to Crushing Depression
Wakey, wakey, Kenyon scholars!
Phling and Valentine`s Day are ancient his-
tory now. But now the real question is: who
stashed away enough lovin` to make it through
the winter to Sendoff?
From what I`ve heard, the fght over division
housing isn`t just about equality and spacing.
Which squirellette is looking to build a nest
closer to her boyfriend`s roost? Only time will
tell. . .
But, cheer up, readers. Springtime`s just
around the corner, and that means lots of blos-
soming opportunities for everyone. Who knows
what long-buried nuggets of joy the thawing
snow will unveil?
You know you love me,
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