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Jeff Zeleny of the NYT asks a question somewhat flakily:
"During these first 100 days, what has ... enchanted you the most?
That has eluded me… often they come out tasty but just flat, not tall and flakily delicious.
chopped vegetable, watermelon and feta salad | smitten kitchen
MayorSam is occupied this morning, and blogger is behaving flakily to boot.
But there lies a fresh fall -- and a better day for a bicker never rose flakily from the yellow East.
Instead, he backed Bush XLIII's outrageous, unpopular flakily suspending his campaign to rush to Washington to accomplish, well, nothing-and even wants to go further, asking the taxpayers to help keep irresponsible borrowers in homes they never should have bought.
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