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February 02, 2012

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Jim Hutchinson

"le coq gaulois, that rooster on every French tennis player's LaCoste shirt, or is that dating me"...
and all this time I thought it was an alligator; must be my Florida bias.

John Talbott

Correction, their Le Coq Sportif shirt.
Thanks.

Chris in Auburn

Mr. T.
Love the blog and pics, and now I must comment.
Former Washingtonian and lifelong francophile living in Auburn, Al. When in the DC area, look for Pollo Rico, a Peruvian roast chicken joint with locations in Arlington and Wheaton, or similar restos.
Half a superb bird with frites and slaw, about 6 E. Inka cola about 2 E.
Go? You haven't lived until have.

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