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    Today, 05:45 AM
    No. Stonehenge is actually the track for a Neolithic elevated monorail train set, presented to the local chief's son on the occasion of his birthday....
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    Today, 05:37 AM
    Hawkman replied to a thread Game: This or That in Forum Games
    Vampires. They don't shed. Daleks or cyber men?
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    Today, 05:29 AM
    Hawkman replied to a thread Waiting for July in Personal Poetry
    I like the humour in this. An interesting take on loneliness and belief, cause, and effect. I'm reminded of the film, Stranger than Fiction. Will...
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    Today, 04:58 AM
    Hawkman replied to a thread Pam in Forum Games
    Pam talks to baseballs whilst wearing rubber boots and thinks amok is a collective noun for a group of comedians.
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    Today, 03:37 AM
    You Captured My Breath I watched my breath tumble from my lips, drops of life escaping out of me, quivering in the air, it is the moment I...
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    Yesterday, 10:12 PM
    Fellas, fellas... We're all friends here, eh? Lovers of literature - and free speech. I've gotta tell Ya, the history of the First Amendment to...
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    Yesterday, 09:53 PM
    It's okay, you're not bugging anyone :) Okay, I am being silly - sometimes am. It's only a semi-serious discussion if we only take it...
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    Yesterday, 09:49 PM
    Now the etymology of entomology goes way back. All the way back to cave-man times, in fact. Although back then they didn't say "entomology," they...
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    Yesterday, 09:49 PM
    I agree, that's a great photo, Amon! You and your husband look very happy
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    Yesterday, 09:41 PM
    NikolaiI posted a visitor message on blp's profile
    Very well, thanks :) enjoying another crazily warm winter in Oklahoma. It's been almost 9 days of 60's or 70's degrees weather now. I had a feeling...
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    Yesterday, 09:35 PM
    To be fair to you and your friend, that is a very Donne-like poem!
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    Yesterday, 09:35 PM
    NikolaiI replied to a thread Pam in Forum Games
    Yes! Rubber boots are a good insulation... I have this idea for a round computer, the size of a baseball or so, that you mainly interact with by...
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    Yesterday, 09:31 PM
    You'd better turn off your computer and go outside, and by "you" what I really mean is "me."
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    Yesterday, 09:28 PM
    Sancho replied to a thread Pam in Forum Games
    Pam thought he'd better pull on his rubber boots before running amok.
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    Yesterday, 09:26 PM
    Could be. I found this from Meriam Webster online, under origin of silly - Middle English sely, silly happy, innocent, pitiable, feeble, from Old...
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    Yesterday, 09:18 PM
    NikolaiI replied to a thread Song Title Game in Forum Games
    On the Road Again - Les Rockets (is that allowed?) You know there's always a risk in coming here, of getting a song you didn't particularly wish...
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    Yesterday, 09:15 PM
    Sancho replied to a thread Time Machine in General Chat
    I'd really like to go to Cervantes' Spain. I'd bring my own donkey. I'd call her, Dapple.
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    Yesterday, 09:14 PM
    NikolaiI replied to a thread Pam in Forum Games
    Did you say ice or ice cream? :p Pam insists that a paw print is a legitimate signature.. As long as it's legible. Again, for Papam, Pam...
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    Yesterday, 09:13 PM
    Sancho replied to a thread Pam in Forum Games
    Pam applied to be an organ donor but was turned down, seems his liver smelled like tequila.
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    Yesterday, 09:11 PM
    Sancho replied to a thread Lets make a story game! in Forum Games
    dog, tah-dah!
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    Yesterday, 09:08 PM
    Sancho replied to a thread Overpopulation in Serious Discussions
    I've gotta think Malthus was right and we may all be heading for a Malthusian catastrophe of a global nature. We're just a ship of fools on our...
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    Yesterday, 09:03 PM
    Hawkman replied to a thread Pam in Forum Games
    Pam signed a card making him an organ donor without reading the small print. Men with sharp metal objects and boxes full of ice are coming to...
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    Yesterday, 08:59 PM
    I've read that the word "silly" used to mean something like "pious" or "close to God," or "touched by God," and then it sort of morphed into meaning...
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    Yesterday, 08:55 PM
    NikolaiI replied to a thread Would You?? in Forum Games
    Sure, if he asked me to. I'd actually do the same for anyone. (It's partly safe to say that because no one's asked me to!) :wink5: Would you bake...
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    Yesterday, 08:51 PM
    NikolaiI replied to a thread Pam in Forum Games
    Pam is a crystalline entity, bent on wreaking havoc among us carbons. (this post was actually about PaPam, so it worked out.) :)
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    Yesterday, 08:51 PM
    Hawkman replied to a thread Pam in Forum Games
    That would be Marni Nixon... Pam makes models of funny shaped artificial mountains in mashed potato...
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    Yesterday, 08:48 PM
    Sancho replied to a thread Lets make a story game! in Forum Games
    and never once
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    Yesterday, 08:41 PM
    Sancho replied to a thread Pam in Forum Games
    ^nyuk, nyuk, nyuk Pam voted for Nixon...twice
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    Yesterday, 08:39 PM
    Sancho replied to a thread Lets make a story game! in Forum Games
    quick brown fox
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    Hi Qimi,

    I forgot to tell you that I really like the little black bird. It’s a darling!
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    Qimi, I apologize if my response to you in that poetry thread came off as vicious. I didn't mean for it to be that way. Also... Clean out your inbox immediately or I will be FORCED to spill your darkest secrets to the world! MUAHAHAH! LOL! Just kiddin'. I hope you had a happy mother's day. You are a mother, right qimi?
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    Hi qimi! You just keep sending your invitations... someday I'll be able to comply, provided school lets go of me someday
    By the way, I think you are doing a tremendously great job at organizing the contests!
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    I don't know why this is happening. It keeps telling me the page does not exist. I'm so sorry. I cleared my browser cache and everything. :-/
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    The version of Les Miserables that I read was unabridged (The grey signet classic that has the same picture of Cosette as the one in your avatar), but it was dismissed by many as a poor translation of the classic. Could've fooled me! I was addicted to that book like womanizers are addicted to strip clubs! I can only imagine how spectacular a "good" translation of the book would be. The penguin classic is said to be far superior. I'm sorry I don't agree with your thoughts regarding the pace of Hugo's books. It took me longer to read Faulkner's "Absalom! Absalom!" than Hugo's epic, even though it is a fraction of the length. Happy reading 'til next time, qimi!
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    Qimi, I feel the need to apologize for responding so late. I have been delayed by personal issues including a rough break-up and schoolwork, therefore I only log on periodically to get feedback on some random poem I'm writing. I was a Biology major, but frankly my disgust with incompetent professors and rampant rote learning compelled me to switch to math. I have earned so many upper-division undergraduate math credits that I can get my b.s. in math as soon this coming summer semester. Do you know much about math, qimi? I love the subtle parallels between mathematic, abstract thought and various art mediums whether they be paintings/drawings or poems. Anywho, I'll answer your question.
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    Hi Qimi, I'm fine. Thank you. But those links are not working. I'll try to search on forum.
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    Hey, Qimi.

    Those links are not working for me!
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    I clicked the two links you posted, but they didn't work. I will look for it on the Forums.
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    You are welcome, Qimi!
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Heretic, rebel, a thing to flout

by qimissung on 12-15-2012 at 02:13 AM
I live in the United States of America, and we had another school shooting today. With horror I listened to the news reports that a gunman had gone into an elementary school and killed 27 people, 20 of them “children between the ages of 5 and 10.” And I listened tiredly and wearily to the usual rhetoric of the newscast without end as they recounted the “worst school shooting in an elementary school.”
I guess they are doing the best they can, but you simply can’t put a qualifier or adjective

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In Memoriam

by qimissung on 04-04-2012 at 12:05 AM
One of my former students-he graduated last year-was shot and killed last night around 10 o'clock.

He had just finished playing a game of basketball and was sitting in a car on a dark street, with his cousin. They were waiting for his cousin's ride when another car drove up. It was someone they knew and they argued over a girl his cousin had been seeing. The young man in the car pulled out a gun and shot them. Victor was shot two times in the back. He was treated at a nearby hospital,

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The Anger and The Anguish

by qimissung on 01-04-2012 at 02:24 PM
I read several good books in 2011. I read "Candide," "The Crying of Lot 49", "Housekeeping," "A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius," and "The Dubliners." I read others, but these I read last fall and today it is of "The Dubliners" I speak.

I've been wanting to read something by Joyce. Eventually I hope to read "Ulysses." I think that might be akin to saying that someday I'd like to climb Mount Everest, for

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The Bird's Nest

by qimissung on 12-27-2011 at 03:20 PM
looking at it I knew it was different
a bird's nest
full of hope and fear
and the cavalier fulsomeness of life
the blind ability to get up each day under the weight of it all
to go out every day believing you were one of the masses
dressed in the same uniform
believing the same things
that god is good
that love will find a way
believing or hoping to believe that
the others would not notice your vampiric differences

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I acquire some books

by qimissung on 12-04-2011 at 08:13 PM
I got up yesterday morning, a Saturday, around 5:45. I washed my face and dressed and walked to my car in the dark. I stopped by my local Starbucks and treated myself to a tall mocha.

I then made my way down Midway to 635; from there to Central Expressway from which I exited at Northwest Highway. My destination was the Half-Price Books located there, or rather the warehouse that I knew was located near it.

Once I arrived I noticed, somewhat to my chagrin, that there

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