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Squid #243
(published September 8, 2005)
Tales of the Giant Squid: A Year and a Day (part nine of thirteen)
Who is Poor Mojo's Giant Squid?
August 5th — September 1st

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There is a garden with things people have thrown away. And Rob tells a story about drunk clowns. And Windy gets cats and rats and dogs all confused. And a kitten dies. And a black bird comes back from the dead.

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