24 March ~ Who is the mysterious figure on the promontory? Is it an outcast woman? Perhaps she has lain with a foreign soldier who has since sailed away and for whose improbable return she waits every night by the implacable sea, like in The French Lieutenant's Woman? If this is the case, her mood will not be lightened by being hit on the head by a giant beach ball. They should have separate areas of the beach for children and outcast women, or maybe outcast women should only be allowed on popular stretches from October until April. Read more

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Comment by Bishopville Red 2010-03-24 21:19:13



Comment by Admin5 2010-03-25 11:08:05

No. It was in last Friday's Weekly Howl if that's what you mean, but we do this every week on the following Wednesday

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