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    How about - Post Office, by Charles Bukowski

    How about - Post Office, by Charles Bukowski
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    For how much longer do we have to suffer this...

    For how much longer do we have to suffer this fool?
  3. Thread: Tell Me A Joke

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    Lady decides to help out a local homeless guy...

    Lady decides to help out a local homeless guy
    Buys a couple gallons of paint
    Tells the guy she’ll pay him 100 dollars to paint her porch
    Guy says - okay
    Guy heads around back with paint, brushes,...
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    Sticky: 1. Ready Player One, by Ernest Cline 2. Was...

    1. Ready Player One, by Ernest Cline

    2. Was watching “The Great American Read” on PBS and was sort of taken by the passionate promotion of several of the books on the list, the above being one. So...
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    Well done, Sandy! Excellent post. I enjoyed it...

    Well done, Sandy!

    Excellent post. I enjoyed it immensely.
  6. Thread: Lymerick

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    True Love

    ^ ZING hahahah

    I once I knew a fellow named Knute
    Who went to a house of ill repute
    He was nervous and tense
    Anxious to commence
    But bounced when he found he had no loot
  7. Thread: Lymerick

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    True story

    I once knew a gal from Tucumcari
    Between the sheets she was awfully scary
    She scratched my itch
    Raised a fever pitch
    And nearly gave me a coronary
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    Far Out, Man. For some strange reason the...

    Far Out, Man.

    For some strange reason the direction of this thread has made this song lyric pop into my head:
    (Or should I say, for some long strange reason)



    https://youtu.be/q6SE4g8yYRA ...
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    Sticky: Haha. Good job, Scher! You and I have a...

    Haha. Good job, Scher!

    You and I have a similar disdain for disorder.

    So, the other day I was at the checkout counter at a local restaurant and the archaic telephone modem system that runs my...
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    Sticky: 1. Now And Again, by Charlotte Rogan 2. To...

    1. Now And Again, by Charlotte Rogan

    2. To make a short story long - I was getting some warranty work done on my Toyota (the air injection pump tends to fail up here in the dampish Pacific...
  11. Thread: Lymerick

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    There once was a fellow named Floyd
    Whose diet was fiber devoid
    He grunted and strained
    His bowel constrained
    And so begat a colossal ‘roid
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    Sticky: Well ... Uhhh ... Ahem ... The North Water ......

    Well ... Uhhh ... Ahem ... The North Water ... while it is a rollicking 19 century sea tale, it certainly isn’t an uplifting tale. It doesn’t so much plumb the depths of human depravity as it sounds...
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    Sticky: Hey, Bounty. While those two books were both...

    Hey, Bounty. While those two books were both good, my most recent read was far superior (IMHO):

    1. Good Morning, Midnight, by Lily Brooks-Dalton

    2. It was sitting on one of those tables they...
  14. Thread: Lymerick

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    Wenner never had a muse

    There once was a fellow named Wenner
    Who fancied himself a fine tenor
    He sang while he talked
    And danced while he walked
    But musically was a bit off-center
  15. Thread: Lymerick

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    Limericks are easy in a language where just about every word ends in an A or a O

    I once knew a señorita
    And she was muy bonita
    Laughed at my jokes
    No need to coax
    Now she’s my mejor amiga
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    So the senator’s a little handsy May have...

    So the senator’s a little handsy
    May have thought himself manly
    But he was confused
    The lady accused
    And I always thought he’s a pansy
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    Circle of life

    ^Ha! Close enough for government work, eh?

    Yesterday the turkey was roasting
    And family at the house hosting
    Now we’re off to the mall
    Then a little football
    With the meal in the tank...
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    Hey! I know that dude!

    There once was a dude from L.A.
    Who claimed he’s an Indian Brave
    Said call me Tonto
    But then his Aunt Flo
    Said everyone knows him as Dave

    (I love this thread. I’m not any good at it, but I do...
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    Huntington would call it a clash of civilizations

    A tall horse colored chestnut
    Pilgrim astride riding there but,
    Upon him came sneakin’
    One last Mohican
    Intent on giving a haircut
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    Ah, Nantucket, a favorite of limerick makers.

    ^yuk yuk yuk

    There was a young pilgrim named Buffet
    Who went to the isle of Nantucket
    Dined with Algonquian
    And some of their kin
    All while his horse ate from a bucket


    (Not sure how...
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    1. The North Water, by Ian McGuire

    2. I don’t know. It grabbed me, so I grabbed it. I’m a sucker for a rollicking good 19th century sea story.

    3. “Behold the man.”

    4. 204 (almost done)

    5....
  22. Thread: Lymerick

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    ^BAH-hahahah. That’s why I like this threadie.



    Thank ya’. Thankya’verymuch.

    Pompey Bum and El Sancho are back
    Sidling up in a long black Cadillac
    Limericks are fun
    Ask anyone
  23. Thread: Lymerick

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    Out at sea was a young Hawaiian
    Desperately lost but still a-tryin’
    He’d left yesterday
    In currents westerly
    Then fixed east by spotting Orion
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    Sticky: 1. Huck Out West, by Robert Coover 2. Well, I...

    1. Huck Out West, by Robert Coover

    2. Well, I liked the original, and I wanted to find out what happens to ole Huckleberry when he “lit out for the territories.”

    3. “Just how I found my poor...
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    Cousins of Katrina, no doubt

    There was a young gal named Irma
    Who’s about to meet terra firma
    Her brother was Harvey
    Handsome and swarthy
    They'll both leave damage that’s perma…



    …nent
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