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James is the Garrison K. of the real world. Sorry Mrs. K. I have no doubt much will be spent on making Hennepin Ave the glamor boulevard of Minnesota. Everything will be pointedly politically correct. The snow will be plowed curb to curb unlike 99 per cent of Minneapolis where one lane is the rule due to cars in the street unable to park even close to the curb. Much talk and commentary will prevail until the whole thing goes bust. The problem is in betting on if this will all happen before or after the skyrocketing interest rates or the economic collapse occurs. Then it will be a dim memory. If only James could be hired by someone else at a much greater salary, the universe will be unfolding as it should. The money is all gone, the clock is ticking. These big ideas of today will look foolish, the clock is ticking. (James has a secret identity along with a guy named Hugh Hewitt, this is all I can reveal now.)
removeable heads on the rake, if they go with Paul Bunyan... for today, of course, it would be a roof rake. or if that woodsman thing is lame now, an 18-foot Paul Douglas fountain, showering arctic fronts and kitty pictures.
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