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Dreams of Perfection Don't Float - New York Times
by NewsReader 09-18-2011



Dreams of Perfection Don't Float
New York Times
A sailboat is a beautiful thing, and you begin building it possessed by a vision of exquisite and perfect beauty. Then, across the sprawling hours needed to build it ‚?? 3500 in my case ‚?? this perfect vision crashes into the rocky ...

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