3.1.39

Three eggs.

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8 Responses to 3.1.39

  1. Zamboge says:

    For some reason I know I’ll get great pleasure if we receive 4 eggs on the 4th…

  2. dave halliday says:

    He’s got writers block obviously……

  3. George~~

    If you don’t mind, I would like some specificity regarding the origin(s?) of the aforementioned eggs. I can no longer assume the Egg Count refers to chicken products only. Or is the cock-pigeon still getting acquainted, listlessly lounging around the new homestead, hen-pecked into a trance-like state? Spotted any nesting hen-storks, perchance? Are there any copies of Argosy on your coffee table? If so, how many?

    Guess what. There will be no more Nobel Peace Prizes awarded until 1945.

  4. Ed Webb says:

    Today, a false dawn:
    Extra egg hints at good times;
    Skull is more honest

  5. smith3000 says:

    I’ve not stopped by here for a while. Did I miss anything?

  6. nathanst says:

    my personal theory on the eggs:

    at this time I think that Eric was working as a propagandist for England and he’s using the egg count as a way to keep track of how many assignments he’s completed in a casual way that doesn’t directly refer to his secret assignments.

    that’s my theory, I very well could be wrong. especially if he wasn’t working for the British government during this period.

  7. Hector says:

    Just back from a Christmas-New Year break (but not in Morocco). Good to see the Egg Report is still being published. Obviously some eggs are more equal than others.

  8. base says:

    ok, go hens, go!

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