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Letter: Senator Obama wanted in arctic Knifley

COF has hisself in a bad predicament, and need's Barack

Ed,

Do you have Senator Obama's phone number?

I'm trying to get Miz Emily to go up on the roof and push off the snow afore hit gits so heavy in comes crashing down on us.



Even offered to let her use my best rope pointing out as to how she could tie one end round her waist and lash the other end to the chimbley so's she wouldn't tumble off but she ain't having none of it. Fact is she ain't even talking to me right now.

I thought with the senator's mighty powers of persuasion he might be my only hope to git her up thar.

s/COF
at snow laden Dun Roman
high on a white ridge above arctic village of Knifley
COF
from Dun Roman high on a snow covered ridge above beautiful downtown drift covered Knifley

Found his website, but couldn't find his phone number. I'd get Mike Huckabee to pray or humor her down, was it me in the pickle you're in. He's a bit more available. -Ed


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