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hello Irene, thanks for the intervention, I want to move on and I can't wait a whole week for this thread to expire. anyways I am messaging you... and I hope you get this because messaging doesn't seem to work for me the comment totally disappears- as in all my typing goes away and no comment appears below the shoutbox and I get this-
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Dear Irene, I am surprised that there is no blog entry by anyone about The Lost Thing by Shaun Tan being nominated for an Academy Award, movies and TV are discussed quite a bit here, and it would seem that a small mention would be appropriate. Thank you for the opportunity to tell you this. Sincerely, jskanderson
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