Give Some Love to Streetsblog This Valentine’s Day

One of my favorite love poems of all times was written by the inestimable lover, Roger Rabbit.  To quote:

How Do I Love Thee?
Let Me Count the Ways …
A Thousand and One,
A Thousand and Two,
A Thousand and…

At this point Eddie cuts him off, if memory serves, by strangling him.   Too bad, I was on pins and needles waiting to here how that line ended.

But in the spirit of Mr.Rabbit and Valentine’s Day, I’m asking Streetsblog readers to leave a Valentine’s note for Streetsblog in the comments section, on Facebook, or @lastreetsblog on twitter.  The most creative writer will win a free Streetsblog tote bag.

Happy Valentine’s Day.

P.S. – For those not feeling the creative spark, you could always show your love by clicking here and making a donation.  Don’t forget to check “Los Angeles” for where your donation should go.  Unlike other expressions love, this one is tax-deductible.

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