After a promising writing career that included editorial positions with the Black Rock Gazette and Twisted Times magazine, Stuart Mangrum lost his sense of humor in a tragic punning accident in 2001, and spent the next seven years in an artistic coma. Thanks to experimental medicines, Mr. Mangrum has been successfully reanimated, though he can now only type with two fingers and a thumb, and occasionally misspells common words like ganderly and throckmorton. He hopes to recapture his missing years by posting regularly to this blog.

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  1. Annabella says:

    Stumbled upon your blog while research California Missions at random (I, too, studied them in 4th grade but took the easy way out and drew a picture of Mission San Gabriel rather than building a model). As a Cal alum, your Berkeley meat float idea was a stroke of genius. I live in Boston now, and if only Cambridge had such a parade I could copy the idea (but maybe they wouldn’t stone me if I made base of the float my Prius?)

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