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Tuesday, November 6, 2007


posted by on November 6 at 22:45 PM

Brendan Kiley reports from his bicycle en route from Godden’s party to Sherman’s:

The party at Sherman’s was so dour and depressing, I decided to ride over to Jean Godden’s for a bracing shot of victory. The Two Bells Tavern was brightly lit, full of brightly clothed people (crimson jackets were all the rage) talking happily but not excitedly. I asked Godden, whose opponent Joe Szwaja is renowned for his anger, what her frightening moment was with Joe during the campaign. “He had a habit of standing up and turning his backside toward me, almost as if he were mooning me!”

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