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    06-16-2024, 10:13 AM
    i think anything with baseball in it gets made more enjoyable Sancho. I have a few conrad books poppin, but I haven't read any yet. ive not heard...
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    06-16-2024, 09:55 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Pants game in Forum Games
    I knew there was something weird going on when I was watching bobby fisher and boris Spassky! their pants! “Sometimes a Pawn is enough to change...
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    06-16-2024, 09:50 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Game: This or That in Forum Games
    that's surprising tailor, I would have guessed you would have liked him. ive read and enjoyed 2-3 perry mason books and then watching the old...
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    06-16-2024, 09:27 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Two Word Game in Forum Games
    spritzer has pretty yecchy breath! fine print
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    06-11-2024, 09:47 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Two Word Game in Forum Games
    im still sick danik, but greatly improved thank you. school dance ever go to those? I hated them...
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    06-11-2024, 09:45 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Game: This or That in Forum Games
    that's a fun one. a long time ago I used to donate blood regularly and after some weird general malady made its residence in my life, I never felt...
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    06-11-2024, 09:41 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Pants game in Forum Games
    "We bore ourselves in order to earn money that we'll later spend on trying to de-pants ourselves."--Tom Hodgkinson well if only women didn't like...
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    06-11-2024, 09:37 AM
    I have lots of time on my hands lately and I flew through deliver us from evil. I really enjoyed at except for the ending, while not quite...
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    06-10-2024, 09:57 AM
    its going to be awhile I think before I read anything challenging, but I hope you'll keep making the suggestions when they come to you. im...
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    06-10-2024, 09:45 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Two Word Game in Forum Games
    i appreciate your guys kind sentiments thank you. pet rock
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    06-10-2024, 09:39 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Pants game in Forum Games
    the funny thing there tailor is I am so unfamiliar with the original quote, "pants" seems to be fitting, no pun intended. “I have spread my...
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    06-10-2024, 09:33 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Game: This or That in Forum Games
    I love almond milk. mayyyyybe the next time im at aldi i'll get some. that's a fun one---I liked spring break, even though I loved college, for...
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    06-04-2024, 04:20 PM
    bounty replied to a thread Two Word Game in Forum Games
    i have been badly sick for ~10 days now. unfortunately the end is not yet in site. came in tell you I miss and look forward to being back when I...
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    05-26-2024, 05:18 PM
    bounty replied to a thread Pants game in Forum Games
    imagine the romantic love we might be having had pants NOT been invented? its shockingly surprising difficult to find quotes ABOUT the middle...
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    05-26-2024, 05:07 PM
    bounty replied to a thread Game: This or That in Forum Games
    I suspect the white bread bacon grease meal was a culinary thing of the generation that preceded us. I used to have a mountaineer, now I appear...
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    05-26-2024, 04:59 PM
    bounty replied to a thread Two Word Game in Forum Games
    pebbles flintstone (fred and Wilma's daughter)
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    05-25-2024, 09:08 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Game: This or That in Forum Games
    ive not heard of that one before tailor---maybe i'll try it someday. my grandfather was one of those ketchup on scrambled eggs guys. golly...
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    05-25-2024, 08:56 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Two Word Game in Forum Games
    oh im glad we got off from the bad news, bad luck and bad company, could things get any worse? movie theater has been too many years since ive...
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    05-25-2024, 08:55 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Pants game in Forum Games
    wait what, poets saying things readers don't understand! laughs... "I want to die with my blue jeans on." --andy Warhol didn't have to change a...
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    05-25-2024, 08:51 AM
    I was just recently talking with someone about reading things/watching things because they are a part of the cultural landscape and they might be...
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    05-22-2024, 12:08 PM
    I remember the mad jailer scene well. that's interesting about James and language. also interesting that the two characters can overcome...
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    05-22-2024, 12:04 PM
    bounty replied to a thread Pants game in Forum Games
    “A poet is, before anything else, a person who is passionately in love with pants.”--w.h. Auden apparently the opposite of the fashion designers. ...
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    05-22-2024, 11:49 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Two Word Game in Forum Games
    breaking news! this just in....
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    05-22-2024, 11:48 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Game: This or That in Forum Games
    that's pretty neat tailor. I get ducks here too and I might have mentioned this before, only once in all the years since ive been here have they ever...
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    05-20-2024, 07:00 AM
    pogacar had another "laid waste to the field" performance. its pretty impressive to watch. and the dramatic tension here is not bad either: ...
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    05-19-2024, 12:25 PM
    I think I remember your mentioning trading places before. ive not seen the movie, but im familiar with the broad strokes. i don't know enough to know...
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    05-19-2024, 07:23 AM
    I think in the tension between "glooooom, despaaaaaaair and agony on me. deep, dark depression, excessive miserrry" and "the sun'll come out...
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    05-19-2024, 06:51 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Pants game in Forum Games
    I have a book on shoes but its more of a visual catalog than an explanation of things. I think that topic would make for some interesting reading. ...
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    05-19-2024, 06:48 AM
    the giro has had that pink train following along in at least a few different stages. im guessing it must be filled with some celebs and dignitary...
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    05-19-2024, 06:35 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Game: This or That in Forum Games
    i suspect that might happen a few times at least tailor---"huh, I never even heard of that show!" my dad used to watch all in the family when I...
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    Hey-ho! I just wanted to say that I've replied to your thoughts on the vengeance thread, and to encourage you not to be put off by Pike, who is very obviously a troll looking to be as nasty as possible. I value your contributions, as I'm sure do all the others, even if we might not always be in agreement!
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    Hey it is nice to hear from you again. I don't remember saying that The Bounty wasn't holding my interest but it was a long time ago so it is possible that I had trouble getting into it at first but I really enjoyed the book.
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    I am generally a fan of unconventional first person narrators, and disturbing books, but to be quite frank Humbert as a narrator is actually a bit dull at times, and seems to just go on insignificant rambling tangents of which I find little interest in.

    I am having trouble getting through the book because it just does not compel me to want to keep reading. It really does not hold my interest all that much.

    No I have not read Belinda, but I think I might have a copy of it, but I am not certain if I do have that one
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    Hey, haven't seen you around in a while, but I thought I would drop in and tell you I have started reading The Bounty Triligoy, I have only recently begun, so I am not that far into it yet. One of the things I do enjoy so far about the books though, is that I find them quite accessable. I have read some of Melvilles sea-related short fiction, and found it tedius and strenous to read, but I find Nordhoff and Norman Hall really quite easy. I was a little worried that the story might be too bogged down with technicual termenology, but they do a good job and balancing story, characters, along with a lot of the more technichal aspects of sailing.
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    Please join on our discussion for The Phantom of the Opera in 'On Broadway' social group. I read The Phantom of Manhattan years ago...when it first came out.
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