Friday, January 13, 2006

Mark's Story of the Sharps

Señor Scandrette recounts our week with them here. As we left their place this morning to head to what has become our local coffee house, we saw that the Scandrette's rear car window has been smashed to bits and their stereo was gone. That's no good.

But aside from that incident, it was a good week in the enchanted town of San Francisco.

2 comments:

caribbeancostaricans said...

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Robin Hood was a great example of what I', talkin' about. Best Regards Always,
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EmmA...er...Pamela said...

considering that all day every day I'm spending time with my friends, Nepal's very own Maoists, (only in lit at the moment...but my day will come) I laughed at your local coffee shop's logo.