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Thursday, April 06, 2006

Tell your children not to hear the words I ... grid in the crossword

I didn't do the Monday crossword puzzle in the Times, but I don't think I would have thought twice about filling in this word.

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Blogger Jenny D on Fri Apr 07, 10:33:00 AM:
I thought that piece was very funny--it all made me think of eighteenth-century literature of course--I mean, I doubt that Rochester actually DOES use the word "scumbag," but it's the kind of thing he would think of....