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“And a dainty bit of stationery, sealed and monogramed, implored dear Neil's return to his heart-broken and loving mother.”
“Our eyes followed the direction indicated by Neil's finger, and we saw the open amidships of the junk, half filled, as we found on closer examination, with fresh-caught shrimps.”
“It seems like your family--considering The Bridge School and what Neil's doing his experimental the LincVolt--truly are trying to change the status quo, attracting great talent along the way.”
“Foul Deeds took a while as well because we had recorded it on a break from Neil's tour--all the band, except Phil, the drummer, was out with Neil.”
“The crew asked if I would meet with the plant manager and formally request that the plaque not include Neil's name.”
“I'm not exaggerating when I say that, years years! afterward, Neil's name on that plaque still annoyed the hell out of some people.”
“Keeping Neil's name off the plaque seemed like a waste of time, serving no real purpose other than, perhaps, further alienating Neil, who already felt persecuted.”
“Send your guess to firstname.lastname@example.org with the word "CONTEST" in the subject line (and your postal address would be helpful too) before Aug. 31, and if you get it right (and there's only two possible options, so your odds aren't so bad) you become eligible to receive one of five free copies of our 20th issue, with it's specially hand-stamped artwork to go with Neil's poem.”
“I wanted to like Christopher Neil's Goats, about Ellis (a very good Graham Phillips), a Tucson adolescent who rebels against his new-agey trust-fund mother (Vera Farmiga).”
“He has only months to live, but Neil's ultimate goal was met.”
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