The Wittgenstein in Ireland Issue

Posted on September 10th, 2009 by

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This issue takes you to Ireland, where Peg and Lisa haunted the trail of Peg’s man Ludwig.

This food-heavy issue also includes Lisa’s complaints of restaurants named things like “X Factory” and “Y Hut,” a report on French bread in Ireland (yeah, we know; quixotic), the story of an inflatable kayak named after Maryann’s Donut Shop in Fitchburg, Mass., and a grainy picture of Lisa flipping a pancake on a camping stove.

For those of you who still remember Simon and Garfunkel, the issue also contains Lisa’s version of a lesser-known S&G song (Richard Cory). Her version is called:

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