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Seems like there are a lot of birthdays in our family today! My brother, my nephew and two friends. WOW. I’m leaving something for the family made of turkey breast. I found a good deal on them at the grocery store, so that’s the main meal. I’ll also leave steamed grean beans (last of the garden crop) tossed with parmesan and rosemary salt. I’m thinking that quinoa will be the easiest starch for them as well. That might change once I decide what to do with the turkey breast. If I bread them I’ll leave the US coverage options are sent from RRX Enrollment Center 115 REDBAY LN Clayton NC 27527 (Email sending optinos can be changed here)quinoa, if I do some kind of sauce or stewing with them then there will be pasta to soak up the sauce. I’ll update later. Dessert will be cake. I’m going to go make a pound cake. That one of .40′s is a favorite around here. We have some blueberries to go with. Mmmmmmm.
In the HTMLed original, all the food references are in white text on a white background, meaning you weren’t supposed to see them, but the mail server’s spam filter was.
I’m assuming that the hodwag.com address is real enough; the domain certainly is, and both Sender and Message ID refer back to hodwag.com.
Google, asked for “hodwag,” will ask if you meant “hodag”; on receipt of a click to the contrary, they will cough up a Google Books passage from The Spiritualist: A Comedy in Four Acts, an 1882 play by Joseph Marion Baker. Here we have Mr. Quattlewich declaring his innocence:
Melissa, do you think that the President of the Hodwag & Southwestern Railroad Company could descend to such a petty act as the slaying of a dog?
Baker also wrote Meladore: A Tale of the Battle of Saratoga (1877).