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March 22, 2007

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GreenmanTim

I expect that is just what he would do were he living today, hopefully while retaining his use of language and keen observation, as well as that sweet and earnest teenaged desire to propertly document all that was new and of educational value.

Genevieve

He would have been a great blogger, don't you think? Imagine if he'd had a laptop! :) I enjoyed reading his observations.

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