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September 30, 2009


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The Zen Birdfeeder

Amy - wow, you recognized the movie??
Bill - thanks for arranged for the IT bird to show up at the symposium. Don't know how you did it but what's coming in 2011?
Cheryl - it was great seeing it and sharing it!
LNMP - good for them. A once-in-a-lifetime bird for many, I think.


Cool! I know someone else who attended the Symposium and got to see the IT Bird, too!

Weedpicker Cheryl

Love your post Nancy-

Hope you got to see IT!

IT was spectacular- and great fun to share with friends!


Bill Thompson III

Nice post Nancy! It was great having you there with us at the MBS!


Haha, great post! As a silent movie buff, I've seen the original IT, but I didn't manage to see IT at the symposium. I'm glad you did!

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