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Dept. of Nataldalia

 Hurrah!

It's 
[personal profile] promethia_tenk 's birthday, and anyone who enjoys lively, thoughtful discussions about Doctor Who should rejoice that the universe has retained her excellent services for another year! Of course, she's also fun to talk to about almost anything, blessed as she is with a quick wit, a sense of the ridiculous, vast knowledge of humanity and a willingness to put up with those of us who get our alphabet soups all mixed up.

Happy Birthday, and may you have many more; I'm glad I know you!
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