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Frazz by Jef Mallett for June 10, 2013

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    Rwill  almost 8 years ago

    In that case, shouldn’t it be a day in February?

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    lisapaloma13  almost 8 years ago

    I think she’ll reconsider in a couple of weeks.

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    rshive  almost 8 years ago

    Is not that the day the Teddy bears have their picnic?

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    gjsjr41  almost 8 years ago

    August, Don’t forget August. :)

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    DutchUncle  almost 8 years ago

    Wrong perspective. June, early, still spring, not full summer heat, not overcooked . . . “rare”.

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    androscoggin  almost 8 years ago

    I think Lowell must have lived in New England. If he’d lived in Washington, DC, he’d have picked a more bearable month – like April or October!

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    puddleglum1066  almost 8 years ago

    Judging by temperature, June days are less likely to be rare than to be well done.

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    bobdingus  almost 8 years ago

    Try reading the poem in question before you comment. In the next sentence Lowell elaborates: “Then, if ever, come perfect days”.

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    Jeffpaul  almost 8 years ago

    Caul field needs to learn about aesthetics.

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    defunctdoormat Premium Member almost 8 years ago

    It’s a pretty perfect day here in Maine, today. Mid 70s, sunny, slightly breezy, low humidity, bugs aren’t bad yet, and mud is tame. Days like this are not all that common in June, but during other times of the year, they’re rarer still. Nice day for a walk, actually!

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    Stephen Gilberg  almost 8 years ago

    And if he meant “rare” in the sense of barely cooked, I can think of better months.

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    paul brians  almost 8 years ago

    For more on this point see my page at http://public.wsu.edu/~brians/gradgrind.html.

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    lmonteros  almost 8 years ago

    June in Southern California is yucky. Morning June Gloom, then hot afternoons and cold evenings. June is the most predictably cold month in SoCal. The most predictible month period in SoCal. Our one consistently yucky month.

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    annieb1012  almost 8 years ago

    @Defunctdoormat “It’s a pretty perfect day here in Maine, today.”*

    While here in Denver, at 5:05 P.M., it is currently 95, dry as a bone, with a hot wind sucking all residual moisture out of everything. This is definitely hotter than what used to be “usual” hereabouts.

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