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    Leftovers, warmed up in the microwave.

    Leftovers, warmed up in the microwave.
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    Sorry, I don't tell jokes.

    Sorry, I don't tell jokes.
  3. Thread: Hey

    by The Comedian
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    Hey! Judging by your picture, you haven't aged a...

    Hey! Judging by your picture, you haven't aged a bit.
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    Tonight? -- some chickpea & saffron risotto...

    Tonight?

    -- some chickpea & saffron risotto
    -- bread for dunkin'
    -- hot tea
    -- some apple upside down cake for dessert.

    Should be some good eatin' right there.

    C
  5. Holy Cow! I LOVE McManus. I remember my dad...

    Holy Cow! I LOVE McManus. I remember my dad reading his stories to me as a kid. I have every book of his that he ever published. They are the funniest thing. I'm shocked and enthused that someone...
  6. Literature ain't a riddle, puzzle, or kids'...

    Literature ain't a riddle, puzzle, or kids' treasure hunt -- the idea that "what the author meant" is an aspect of literature, sure. As St. Luke's said, its sort of like the "list of ingredients"....
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    Aladdin, Wyoming. The kind of city that keeps its...

    Aladdin, Wyoming. The kind of city that keeps its mouth shut, the kind of city that lets you get through it without any hassle, the kind of city that if you blink, you'll miss it.
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    Tangled Up in Blue -- Bobby D.

    Tangled Up in Blue -- Bobby D.
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    This may be the greatest sentence that I've read...

    This may be the greatest sentence that I've read on Litnet.
  10. Vermont Cheddar -- pair with cracker of choice...

    Vermont Cheddar -- pair with cracker of choice
    pecorino romano -- pair with past of choice
    Velveeta (processed cheese-like food) -- pair with two slices of bread and griddle and/or mixed a can of...
  11. I read books so that I can better see and...

    I read books so that I can better see and understand the world around me; they're a mirror to the world and a window to the soul.
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    Monday, followed by Friday. I like the beginnings...

    Monday, followed by Friday. I like the beginnings of things.

    Is there a book that you're afraid to re-read because you're worried you'll not enjoy it as much or that it won't mean as much to you...
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    Remaining upstairs -- Have some discipline...

    Remaining upstairs -- Have some discipline (wo)man! You halved that sam'wich for a reason.

    Answer the phone OR Bah! let it ring and if it's important they'll leave a message.
  14. Thread: Pam

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    Hey PAM! If clickin' "first" is confusin' to ya,...

    Hey PAM! If clickin' "first" is confusin' to ya, then yous got to be re-learnin' how to find the ol' directions. . .
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    I heartily recommend to get out in that cold:...

    I heartily recommend to get out in that cold: strap on a pair of Nordic skis or snow shoes and exert yourself on the trails. Or maybe invest in a fat bike and ride, ride, ride. Or, given your wood...
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    Poll: Bah! Not much of fan of the stuff. Deodorant,...

    Bah! Not much of fan of the stuff. Deodorant, sure. But a splash or spritz of scent never seemed that necessary. Personally I don't own the stuff. I experimented with cologne in college (who didn't...
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    Man, I checked off of LitNet for a while and am...

    Man, I checked off of LitNet for a while and am now working my way back to it -- and I stumble across this. First, thanks St. Luke's for posting this -- Mutatis was a great guy and made this site the...
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    I've not read any Delillo -- but I should. He...

    I've not read any Delillo -- but I should. He just never leaps up on my que. But I have a close friend and colleague who concurs with your assessment of him -- that he is one of the finest living...
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    For me, number one is perfectly stable in his place at the top spot, the other two may vary. But currently,

    1. Henry David Thoreau
    2. Euripides
    3. W. Somerset Maugham
  20. I think what you need to do here is to provide...

    I think what you need to do here is to provide YOUR analysis first. Doing so will spur an intelligent conversation about the poem, something that most people here enjoy. Without your initial attempt,...
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    AHHAH!! ahhah! Alice In Chains - Them Bones

    AHHAH!! ahhah! Alice In Chains - Them Bones
  22. Thread: Live Chat

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    Hey! You.

    Hey! You.
  23. I hitchhiked once near Glacier National Park in...

    I hitchhiked once near Glacier National Park in Montana. I got picked up by a guy driving a semi, which was haulin' hogs to Oregon. Nice guy. Said he got sick of the radio and just wanted to talk...
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    Richard Adams, who did Watership Down, also wrote...

    Richard Adams, who did Watership Down, also wrote a novel called the Plague Dogs, which features animal protagonists. It's good book.
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    Top Ten? I'm not going to contribute a list,...

    Top Ten?

    I'm not going to contribute a list, but I will speak some kind words for Longfellow. I honestly can't think of a single poet who can draw in a skeptical audience (of poetry) like him....
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