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The Left Reverend Doktor Baron Grim

I'll be back in Austin again for Xmas Eve and Xmas Eve Eve aka Robmas aka Grimtide, aka Doktornalia. I'll txt you or tweet details as they solidify.

Also, I saw this on reddit and couldn't help but think of you and Dewey.

It's the grave of a previous Dewey from the turn of the previous century who was very dearly loved.

http://i.imgur.com/u0eG60J


Returning to Austin

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Mens Sana In Thingummy Gosho

Dang, I might not be in Austin this Christmas. We've been given a pretty decent paid holiday this year and it looks like no-one will have to go in to check on batches of fermenting smiley - cider like we did last Christmas/New Year so I'm thinking about getting away, either to Dallas, or maybe NYC to visit a close friend I haven't seen for too long.


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The Left Reverend Doktor Baron Grim

New York sounds fun. I've never been there. Definitely get away if you can.

I'll have a few friends following me to Austin this time. If your plans fall through, let me know and we'll meet up again. smiley - cheers


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Mens Sana In Thingummy Gosho

Will do. Right now it looks like NYC in Jan and Christmas with my boy and (the former) Mrs Gosho.

That picture. You don't think Dewey is going to be touched by a Weeping Angel any time soon do you?


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The Left Reverend Doktor Baron Grim

[Just lost this post TWICE! smiley - cross]


Nope! I just saw the familiar name and appreciated the sentiment.


Although, I'm not particularly fond of pet cemeteries.
"Sometimes dead is bettah."

http://youtu.be/s4Gr3FsJ4A0


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