Short review of the musical:

It’s not easy being green.

Musical, based on the book, &c.

Laeti edimus qui nos subigant!
Two Meat Tuesday (the book)
(cure for the common horoscope)
Pink Cake A commonplace book.
Bexar County Line

Big Tourist:
Takes a special kind of tourist to ferret out the finest examples of – well – weird stuff. Texas Pride, something I know a thing or two about, bless my liberal, historically Democratic little heart, which goes with the rest of the Texas history, at least, in the last century.

In London, Number Three St James Street. Or Place, I don’t know, something or other, #3 St. James, there’s a small archway, a portal leads to the inner courtyard, a leftover feature from a previous era. But at the edge of the doorway? There’s a small plaque to commemorate when the Minsters from the Republic of Texas were present at the court of St. James.

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  • ssmith04 Jun 23, 2008 @ 9:22

    Cool plaque. “Elected by the Anglo-Texan Society” I don’t understand, no doubt because I’m abysmally ignorant of Texas history.

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