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    "Well that's all very well, but in reading this...

    "Well that's all very well, but in reading this it comes over like a stereotypical, Hollywood scriptwriter's attempt at a string of Chinese aphorisms. I could see Micky Rooney or Peter Lorre as Mr....
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    Yes, thank you for your advice. All of the words...

    Yes, thank you for your advice. All of the words are written as I originally wished them. It is based on an Imagist style & deliberately designed to resemble translations of Asiatic poetry. It is...
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    A Day in the Life

    Blackbird perched on wall
    his tail bobbing up & down -
    hover-flies buzz by,

    reflective birdsong
    transports me to a time past -
    before they were born.

    Early morning dew
    on beautiful...
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    I like Chesterton, some of his poetry was very...

    I like Chesterton, some of his poetry was very witty, & his short stories & novellas were entertaining. His work often seems to be nostalgic for a time that didn't actually exist in reality. He...
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    Speaking of bats in belfrys ...

    Speaking of bats in belfrys ...
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    C/2011 L4 (Panstarrs)

    Oh, C/2011 L4 (PANSTARRS) as you fly into the infinite void
    One and a half times the distance of the Earth from the Sun
    At some unimaginable velocity.

    (37.3 kilometres per second actually)
    ...
  7. Thread: Mad Dog

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    Yeah, the last line is awkward. I nearly called...

    Yeah, the last line is awkward. I nearly called the poem 'Mad dog & an Englishman' LOL.
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    Thanks. I got stung twice last year.

    Thanks. I got stung twice last year.
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    Edward V & Richard of Shrewsbury, Duke of York...

    Edward V & Richard of Shrewsbury, Duke of York may beg to differ. I suppose no one will ever really know. I doubt Shakespeare was a monkey. They don't know how to sharpen quills.
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    Pain in the Arse

    So, truculent wasp
    what use are you to folk and
    what do you do well?

    Honey making bees -
    a supermarket franchise
    is their goal perhaps?

    Industrious and
    social, the bee is useful -
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    Mad Dog

    He was just an old man
    who’d come out for a pint
    on the Bank Holiday.

    Bent almost double
    he walked with a metal walking stick,
    the sort they give you at the hospital.

    He was wearing black...
  12. Thread: UK Riots

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    No, the disgrace was for kiki1982 to talk so much...

    No, the disgrace was for kiki1982 to talk so much nonsense about the riots in the first place. It was mostly ill-informed gibberish. I was so amazed that anyone could write it that I responded how I...
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    Portrayed by whom? Ancient Jewish Cabbalists,...

    Portrayed by whom? Ancient Jewish Cabbalists, modern cabbalists Jewish or otherwise, Christians ancient or otherwise, Seventh-Day Adventists or other?
  14. Thread: Connections

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    De gustibus non est disputandum.

    De gustibus non est disputandum.
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    A/ Mind your own business. B/ You are an...

    A/ Mind your own business.

    B/ You are an obvious joke.

    C/ Have you nothing better to do or say about the OT other than troll me about your childish tantrums over G.L. Wilson?

    D/ You have...
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    She may have been fired out of a cannon. I...

    She may have been fired out of a cannon. I suppose it depends on which you consider the oldest fairy story, the Babylonian Talmud or the King James Version.

    *Hint* King James was born in 1566.
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    Responding to inquiries from the Guardian, the...

    Responding to inquiries from the Guardian, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) said in a statement: "It seems possible that we may have verbally led journalists to believe that shots...
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    You do realise that Adam, Eve, Lilith, Samael &...

    You do realise that Adam, Eve, Lilith, Samael & god are imaginary fairytale characters right?
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    I have stlukesguild on ignore. This kind of...

    I have stlukesguild on ignore. This kind of flag-wavey repulsive trolling is one of the reasons. I find it in bad taste that someone can take some kind of schadenfreude-type pleasure in what has...
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    Connections

    Changing connection
    remote railway platform -
    people not talking.
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    Maybe Samael as a 'bit on the side' was a factor?

    Maybe Samael as a 'bit on the side' was a factor?
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    It's still five too many. Too right. As I...

    It's still five too many.



    Too right. As I said, they started to get their act together more in Birmingham.



    Terror, fear, extreme ****-kicking, teargas, rubber bullets & tazers on the...
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    Well, her name does mean 'darkness', whaddya...

    Well, her name does mean 'darkness', whaddya reckon?
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    Ah, the pot calling the kettle black? (Or should...

    Ah, the pot calling the kettle black? (Or should that be 'kettling'? LOL)
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    :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl: ...

    :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

    There are still bridges here with signs on them claiming you can be deported if you vandalise them. That gives me an idea ...
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