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Hartz sucks!

Tried hartz flea tick stuff for our cats last night (instead of the usual frontline). Now Iris has the shakes. Gotta take her into the vet in 30min. I guess frontline, advantage etc are worth the extra $.

The big Carborro poetry festival is about to kick off in a few hours. I going to help sell books (which might give an opportunity to get dibs).

Looks like we are going to move down the street into a cheaper place. Force us to get rid of stuff since it's a two bedroom apartment instead of a house.

The movie House of Sand and Fog made me have the recurring dream of being in jail.

At least once a week I'm in jail or it's the apocalypse.

Alright. I need a bagel and coffee before the drive to Carrboro.

Yeah festivals!


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