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  1. AR on

    Because persimmons have lots of pits.
    And, it’s “competent”…

    Dad

  2. A Guy Named.... on

    Glad you liked the intro. I enjoyed writing it, but then it’s more enjoyable to stroll free and easy than walk a straight line.

    New York is the Big Apple, right? What fruit might be associated with Japan (or Asia)? Cf. Basho.

    Regards,

    Larry Rogers

  3. seth on

    What fruit might be associated with Japan (or Asia)?

    The mekan? (Or clementine, or mandarin, or whatever name you choose to call those addictive tiny oranges.)

    And, Mr. Rogers, thanks for taking the time to read my site. It’s a small, small world out there…

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