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May 16, 2006


Jefferson Davis

It was a drab and umbrageous night in the heart of Belfast. The light which flickers dare not snicker, for night has enveloped luminance in great delight.

Wow, that really sucks. :-)

Great photos Jett. I only hope to snap some inspiring photos like these when I come over next month.

Jett Loe

Man...I'm not even sure what you're tryin' to say with that one. But keep goin' - I may not be in town when you stop by but Wayne will say hi for me I'm sure.

Jefferson Davis

Yeah, I really screwed that up. I was simply trying to enhance the obvious, a lone lit window in the dark of night. But I screwed it up, as I usually do. I'm dyslexic, can you tell. :-)

Anyhow, I'm going to think on it for a while. Perhaps, I'll come up with something shortly.

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