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Ask to sit in the Harem Room, amid silk and velvet brocade curtains, pillows, and cushions of earth tones, burgundy, and gold. Landers is not Lebanese but Cajun/Cherokee and within 18 months went from regular customer to owner. This is one of my better among very few recommendations for weekend night dining. I had the appetizer of makanek, spiced lamb and beef sausages, sautéed, and garlic–olive oil hummus with a beverage for around $20.

This Sunday, der Fürher’s birthday, go to the beach, the nearest one with a fire pit and burn all the books you bought Friday through Sunday at the library sale.

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EricBlair April 18, 2008 @ 5:02 p.m.

Hi, Johnnie B. Nice antinomy-shoutout to the month of April! You remember what T.S. Eliot wrote about April, I know.

I remember many of the incidents to which you refer. But I also remember a certain telephone message from a heart-assaulting ex-girlfriend of yours. To amuse you, I altered the profoundly manipulative and narcissistic message she left into a admission of gender dysphoria. Good times.

Just remember the lyrics to The Smith's "Unhappy Birthday."

Remember your brilliant re-writing of a certain song from "West Side Story"?

Can't wait to see next week's observations of the Rich Tapestry of Life...as always, I enjoy your columns very much.

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