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Why not iron your dream on a T-Shirt or wrap your face round a mug that steams, be seen and heard? Remember the big history book with a picture of Alexis St. Martin, the flap of his of stomach lifted by Doc Beaumont to show how he digested the latest news and his wife's potatoes. Now I have a new recipe I want to try but I need a spring-form pan. I need to remove the sides of my own life, get a little more visibility. I am whispering my plan to the man sitting next to me, but his ears are pierced.
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