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October 07, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 26) • Page Image 2

… in a way that could never be replicated. Walking toward the Diag, I saw a squirrel fall out of a tree. Seriously, it just fell. Two sto- ries. The first passerbyto respond was a student pushing…

… speakers toward the steps of the grad library. "Eep!" she squeaked, turning away from the squirrel body in horror. "I don't think I can walk past it." Then everyone in that little cor- ner of the Diag - men…

…, trying to figure out exactly whenthis weekend with his daughter wentwrong. LINDYSTEVENS Squirrel bonding Last week I had one of those bizarre shared experiences that momentarily connects you to strangers…

… in business suits, co-opers on bikes - joined together in an unbelieving chorus. "Oh crap, that squirrel!" For seconds, we all stood mes- merized by the furry, unmoving form, not knowing what to do or…

… who to call. Then, miraculously, the squirrel twitched, jumped up on its legs and scurried back up the tree like noth- ing happened. We rejoiced, "Oh crap, that squirrel!" Perhaps I'm reaching a little…

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