cat dosage for lasix This is the second of two interviews I did with cake artists back in December (’14). Again, we are in the process of reaching out to all the artists that were involved in the stl250 cakes project. The following is one I did with Mark Swain:
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I’d like to add that Mr. Swain has paid tributes to his heritage on some of his cakes. He is a member and descendent of the Ahniyuwiya tribe. Their land is in Grassy, MO, down by Marble Hill.