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Thursday, December 23, 2010

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LandruBek

I love the Unresolved. It's why I still fondly remember The Headless Cupid and "All Summer in a Day" after lo these many years. Magicians understand and appreciate the Unresolved, whereas detective novels have taught us to expect all curtains to be lifted, knots to be untied. I blame Aristotle and Sherlock Holmes equally. Like omega-3 fatty acid, the Unresolved is a sort of missing nutrient we're too often deprived of. So to Unresolved Yoda raise a glass I do.

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