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TN Read-Along #6: Consider the Lobster Live Chat

Submitted by on December 1, 2010 – 5:10 PM4 Comments

Don't forget, we start at 9 PM tonight, December 1. Can't make the chat? Look for a traditional discussion thread shortly thereafter.

Any problems seeing or using the chat software, hit refresh; clear the cache; then email bunting at tomatonation dot com and I'll try to walk you through it.


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  • RJ says:

    Great chat; sorry I missed it live!

  • Sarah D. Bunting says:

    Speaking of great chats — I love pistachios!

    (hee. Sorry about that.)

  • Jen S 1.0 says:

    Speaking of pistachios, Vidal Sasson Afternoon!

    That was a great chat. I'm eager to see what people post in the comments today!

  • Amanda says:

    This chat was brought to you by the letter Y. Zed. Upsilon. Shcha. FISH!

    Also, the lobster essay just made me want clamcakes. I didn't get to mention that in the chat. Am I insensitive toward lobster rights or just hungry?

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