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I know this is OT, but think a number of folks here might enjoy this. To promote his new ARSENIC AND CLAM CHOWDER (SUNY), the history of an 1896 murder in NY, author James Livingstone re-wrote an 1896 folk song to pose the question-"Who put the arsenic in Mrs. Bliss's Chowder?" An interesting book promo-





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