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Contrarian that I am, an invitation to disregard demands a comment. I only hope it doesn’t spoil whatever you are testing.
Kevin, you’re welcome to comment on any of my posts, including this one.
I joined Facebook, it’s supposed to update my page when I post to my blog, hence the (so far unsuccessful) test.
It takes a long time. Ask it to refresh and log back in ten minutes later.
These syndicated feeds always only report at certain intervals.
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High-Rise, by J.G. Ballard.
Every Day is for the Thief, by Teju Cole;
The King of a Rainy Country, by Brigid Brophy (TBR10, #5); and
The Palm-Wine Drinkard, by Amos Tutuola. Despite what you might think Drinkard isn't a typo.
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