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The Man Who Talks To Birds

It was a surprisingly warm day for October. Joe and I decided that we'd head over to our favourite place to have tea, a shop with a very small patio. We lucked out and got a table. Joe went in and got our drinks and we set about chatting and people watching. It was a lovely way to spend a late afternoon on a wonderful fall day.Shortly after we arrived a man came along, with a great big bag of bird seed.
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