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    Thatīs beautiful, Dieter. Itīs good to hear from you!
  2. "And although the sci-fi genre can certainly be...

    "And although the sci-fi genre can certainly be strange it still hangs its hat on the human experience, sort of like Vonnegut hung his time-traveling protagonist on his own experience in the war."
    I...
  3. You bet it is! LitNet must once have been great....

    You bet it is! LitNet must once have been great. People still keep coming back as in search of a lost Eden. I still remember my warm welcome in 2016, when it wasnīt so big anymore, but still a lot of...
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    Lol! I believe you. She has quite a decided look...

    Lol! I believe you. She has quite a decided look about her. Bet you didnīt get her consent so as not to spoil the picture!
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    Very delicate contrasts. Again, it looks more...

    Very delicate contrasts. Again, it looks more like a painting than a photo.
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    I donīt think, religion is the issue in "Romeo and Juliet". Rather the Duke wants to keep peace and order in his domains and the quarrel between these two families is disturbing it.
  7. I have no idea, Sancho, what our small bunch of...

    I have no idea, Sancho, what our small bunch of Litnetters is reading these days. Any genre is welcome, I think. And I think, sci-fi permits related discussions. It seems significative anyway that...
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    1. Say the Next Word: veracity 2. Two Word...

    1. Say the Next Word: veracity

    2. Two Word Game: park bank

    3. Word Association Game: king

    4. Song Title Game: Love is a losing Game-Amy Winehouse

    5. Aye or Nay: Nay!Dog walking?
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    Hi, Sancho,

    I didnīt read them, but I seem to currently specialize in discussing books that I havenīt read. One of the important functions of a forum, is after all, to review literature. I...
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    Enjoyed the pictures, specially these palm leaves...

    Enjoyed the pictures, specially these palm leaves framing the picture!
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    Interesting development with Arthur "talking" to...

    Interesting development with Arthur "talking" to Hemingway. I learned also that the Paulistan "chapado" or "pão com manteiga na chapa", a favorite and cheap breakfast item, is called "tostada" in...
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    Hi, cacian. Nice to see you rebooting again. ...

    Hi, cacian. Nice to see you rebooting again.

    1. Say the Next Word: nothing

    2. Two Word Game: live adventure

    3. Word Association Game: glitter

    4. Song Title Game: Love is all!-Malcolm...
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    I think a proof that some sort of time exists is...

    I think a proof that some sort of time exists is that some kind of animals seem to have a similar sort of perception of time as humans. For example, if they are fed at regular times, they will mark...
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    Happy Birthday. Manichaean!

    Health, love and exciting excursions into the realms of geography and literature!:cheers2:
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    Yea, I think that was McCarthy's aim: make these...

    Yea, I think that was McCarthy's aim: make these scenes unforgettable. A book that doesnīt leave impressions isnīt good at all.

    Yes, Paulista is the avenue where so many things happen. It is...
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    You must love this way of Cayman into the wide...

    You must love this way of Cayman into the wide world!
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    Beautiful!

    Beautiful!
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    Well that twist introducing Hemingway was quite...

    Well that twist introducing Hemingway was quite unexpected!
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    I think, the way people use their languages...

    I think, the way people use their languages today, and not only English, is greatly influenced by the internet and the social nets. That probably accounts for the overused words and expressions.
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    I donīt live far of the area in São Paulo you describe. Yea that was quite it, long before pandemics. One went to a luncheonette for a coffee and soon talking animatedly to a prefect stranger...
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    1. Say the Next Word: TISTIP 2. Two Word Game:...

    1. Say the Next Word: TISTIP

    2. Two Word Game: show case

    3. Word Association Game: light

    4. Song Title Game: Love Reign On Me... -The Who

    5. Aye or Nay:AYE! Snow?
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    Auspicious beginning, Manichaean! "To absorb a...

    Auspicious beginning, Manichaean!
    "To absorb a city that was falling into a kind of perverse timeworn splendour and disrepair; bereft of shop signs or neon lights; akin a time machine back in the...
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    You are quite right, Sancho, specially in regards...

    You are quite right, Sancho, specially in regards to Latin America. I think, US was more lucky in that aspect, because the Pilgrims that arrived there, were badly in need of a new home. For the...
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    While your humans are static, this leaf seems so...

    While your humans are static, this leaf seems so alive!
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