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January 20, 2011

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Audubon Ron

Are you trying to hamper your children's growth? Get it? Hamper? No? Never mind.

Suburban Kamikaze

Children raised in the Western retail tradition spend hours in big box stores where they devise their own curriculum, as demonstrated here by my daughter and niece.

This was, I believe, an exercise in fashion design. Their interest in laundry is limited to producing it.

SK

MommyTime

And if they never make it to Carnegie Hall? That is one more place we won't have to drive them. Brilliant.

Mrs Crocodile

Can you give me the name of a good kazoo teacher?

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