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From a very old notebook

I found this in a notebook lying around while cleaning up a pile of stuff. It is probably at least 25 years old (No, it hasn't been in the same spot for 25 years!).

I have laryngitis

fried platter
fr fried

hot tea

its better?
b e t t e r

the housing complex people use it

the Lex bus sched didnt use to be in this

this is not
haute cuisine

Julia Child, made some wierd duck roasted partly and then cut up, removed skin and fried it.
sliced off breast slices and then sautéd them
lots of work

she made a meringue cake filled with apricot and butter cream filling

had nuts mixed in so like a
(too coarse) torte
3 layers
butter cream <----- this is one layer

for her birthday - her favorite meal

no dessert!
not no dessert?

no de---!
but you started "arguing" - your usual not enuf time to which I always respond - Plenty of time and force you into submission which you later admit was fine.
thats SM for you

you never tear out pages from a book.
scientific method.

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It's really quite strange to find oneself reading the other person's side of a conversation (or, likely, a series of conversations) one must have had many years ago.

I just keep reading and re-reading this. It's fascinating and I have no idea (well, almost no idea) why, since I don't have any clue what most of it's about. Wait.

Oh!! Wow. Even with rsc's clue it took me until now to work it out. Wonderful.

Likewise. Well, it took me until nooks's getting of rsc's clue.

Now, I realize that the background is not so obvious to others as it was to me, given that, even though I didn't remember the specific conversations, I do remember the use of the notebook; but still, I would have thought the first sentence was a big clue all by itself.

It was; but I wasn't paying quite enough attention for it to be enough of a clue.

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