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October 28, 2005 |

Mr. Keillor, As a regular subscriber to The Writer's Almanac, I have seen many quotes attributed to many writers. Words for which they are remembered, and, at times, wisdom for which they are lauded. After reading The Old Scout of 4 October, I may have found one of yours. "There is almost no marital problem that can't be helped enormously by taking off your clothes."

These, sir, are words I intend to live by.

Thank you,
Clarissa Morrison
Gladstone, MO


Good luck, Clarissa. Some things come from long experience and one is obliged to share them. And I have found that bathing (or showering) is always good for the soul, whether one is married or not.

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