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Old 08-21-2005, 10:36 AM   #1
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Default nude at the piano?

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Mad, I don't say. Queer, I grant you: many's the time I've seen her nude at the piano.
A friend dropped this into our correspondence and now it's driving us nuts: neither of us can remember the source.

Help, someone! We think it may be from an introduction to something.

A Google search on various fragments turned up only one quote, by a, and perhaps even our, Jim Hart, in the worldwidewords.org archives, "Mad, she's not... (etc.)"
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