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October 14, 2005

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Chris T.

Thank you Miss Amanda. What a moving tribute to a lovely man...

John L

Yes. We miss Mr Boyd too. And I think you're right about the radio (and tv) waves heading out to space still.

Sister Boyd

Why did I know to read the blog this morning? I haven't been here in weeks (sorry). I'm Rob's sister, I think I'm going to claim the moniker of Sister Boyd from now on. I do indeed listen to Rob's old shows, my favorite being one in which he talks about a neighbor Mary Mullen being the first girl he ever kissed. Oh, if I could razz him about that now...

Thank you, Miss Amanda. Now call your damn sister-in-law!

Bronwyn C.

I hear those echoes too.
As long as our love for Mr. Boyd is still with us, then Mr. Boyd is still here.
-B.

drewo

Indeed, we are (probably) not alone. Far flung intergalactic civilizations will also ponder that ages-old question: when, where and why does the Emergency Alert System kick in?

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