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Thursday, August 12, 2004

Fowl!

I have added a couple of new links to my sidebar since Lazy Liberal obviously wanted my numerous readers (does anyone actually read this drivel :) ) to be able to savour his blog like a fine single malt (or something). Whilst there, I found the Yellow Duck.

Is a duck a fowl? Lazy Liberal has a soft duck called Paddy (after Paddy Ashdown, don't ya know?) who bizarrely reminds me of his owner.

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