Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Editor's Note:

Welcome to Issue Forty Forth of CSR! By now, you regular readers know my child likes paper kites and the smell of fresh sushi. It craves sweet potato pie and makes cute little sounds at the first sight of an orange peel. Baby has an uncanny ability to come up with new ways to sell military hardware to pacifist. We both like gun power in our tutti frutti. This issue examines the strength of the levees. It is filled with a corps of engineers sprinkled in Lake Pontchartrain. Add to that, a group of poets walking over hot coals, music from lamb's wool and catnaps in the book review and you've got the possibility of an old-fashioned cakewalk. Trust me, when you finish this issue you'll never put your trust in mass produced eggs again. Or mosquito repellant wears sunglasses! Either way, you'll take the midnight train to Georgia. So put your ticket in your shoe and get busy...

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