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2 Responses to "Book News for the Spring Equinox, 2007"
March 22, 2007 at 09:28 AM
My dear Brockman, I did, in fact, have the requisite normal childhood - SHAZAM comics were a favorite (as was the awful Saturday morning adaptation), and I assure you I was second to no one in my love for Crunch Berries (especially when they just started to turn soggy). But would it be too churlish of me to say that, at 42, I've simply grown out of that kind of thing? I do appreciate, though, that you are the ONLY commentator who has noted that I very specifically singled out animal NARRATORS. Thank you for that close reading. I continue to be Brockman Fan. Anon, Mark Sarvas
March 21, 2007 at 12:16 PM
Brockman, if this is your "snark-free" edition, it's a good thing I'm not deathly allergic to snark. And what's wrong with plain yogurt??
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