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Silence of the Hares.


Apologies for the recent quiet ’round these parts — work has been kicking mighty hard of late. I feel bad about not keeping up-to-date here on recent events in the Middle East and Middle West. I feel bad about being several reviews behind on the movie front. But, more than anything, I just feel bad about letting down the bunnies.

Sigh…anyway, I hope to rectify in the days and weeks ahead. (Besides, after the under-reported fiasco that happened here last week, I may well find myself with more time than usual on my hands come March.) In any case, thanks, as always for coming by. (Disapproving rabbit via Cute Overload and, um, Disapproving Rabbits.)

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One Response to “Silence of the Hares.”

  1. best movie I have seen lately was… The Illusionist

    done by the same guy that did the The Triplets of Belleville

    Posted by Fritz | February 23, 2011, 9:37 pm

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