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    4/19: Chimp Change - Pressing Matters

    Pressing Matters: Cool Things, Fun Events... Discuss Sue's latest finds here...

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    Re: 4/19: Chimp Change - Pressing Matters

    Nice article. I'm definitely going to see "Chimpanzee."

    I can't say this with certainty, but I believe the poppy field was the inspiration for the poppy field in "The Wizard of Oz" book and movie. L. Frank Baum lived in southern California for a while and was possibly familiar with the poppies.

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    Re: 4/19: Chimp Change - Pressing Matters

    I love your articles and look forward to all the latest information on what's going on and what to do. Thanks again.

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    Re: 4/19: Chimp Change - Pressing Matters

    Quote Originally Posted by Not My Real Name View Post
    Nice article. I'm definitely going to see "Chimpanzee."

    I can't say this with certainty, but I believe the poppy field was the inspiration for the poppy field in "The Wizard of Oz" book and movie. L. Frank Baum lived in southern California for a while and was possibly familiar with the poppies.

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