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March 19, 2010

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William Pena

Thank you for finding and sharing such great stories. I continue to be amazed by the change in English writing style. Will our contemporary style be considered stilted and even a bit difficult to follow by future generations? I would imagine so considering our ever-evolving language.

o0rangeo

Do you have anything on TransMountain road being built?

Robert Burke

Bloomers? Why, nowadays they don't always wear knickers!

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