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This weekend, Andrew and I were given a box of haggis. So tonight, Andrew, a friend and I tried it for the very first time tonight. It was boxed in three tins in a brand called Caledonian Kitchen. And ye know, it wasn't all that bad. I heard a lot of horror stories about Haggis. But the general consensus seems that this brand is okay.

So what is haggis? I don't know even want to try to explain it. Go to the link above. But Andrew described it as oatmeal soaked in gravy. Not too bad a description.

On another note, we hooked up with The Buzz Factor to start promoting a new eBook called 72 Free Music Downloads. It's absolutely free and it features free (and legal) music downloads by bands of all genres. I've just started to go through the eBook, but there is some great music so go download your copy now.

--posted by Marc Gunn of the Brobdingnagian Bards, Celtic Folk Music
  Tuesday, June 11, 2002


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