Up and down we go—the visual correlative to Noper's on and off. They shared a dream. He had a scheme: a color scheme. Orange and green. Like A List Apart 1999.
This theme's got legs—and a bit of a fetish. She was a can-do gal, a can can dancer. He sold snake oil by the see sure. Perfect for the film biz. See you at Can(nes), baby. Ceasar. Sees 'er. Seize her. Seizure. Slow, sexy jazz under a legal X.
They met between sets and kissed between slow numbers. Is that an alto sax, she asked? Tenor, he smiled.
Play by play commentary for this match is provided, as it happens, by Jeffrey Zeldman.
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Congratulations to Mig Reyes, Layer Tennis Season 3 Champion.
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