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    Very clean and absolutely empty! Did you take...

    Very clean and absolutely empty! Did you take that picture during the lockdown?
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    Hello,SQ, welcome back. Enjoyed the poem. "The...

    Hello,SQ, welcome back. Enjoyed the poem.

    "The Big Shot in a good spot." Quite up to date!
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    1. Say the Next Word: on 2. Two Word Game:...

    1. Say the Next Word: on

    2. Two Word Game: contest agreed

    3. Word Association Game: fizzle rain

    4. Song Title Game: A Hard Day's Night - The Beatles

    5. Aye or Nay: Domino?
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    Enjoyed it. The words of the parrot seem to be...

    Enjoyed it. The words of the parrot seem to be left to the imagination of the reader.
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    I like the (probably spontaneous) symmetry of man...

    I like the (probably spontaneous) symmetry of man and woman. It is a sign of togetherness I think.
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    Poll: "Stanley2- The aside from Shylock in Act 1, scene...

    "Stanley2- The aside from Shylock in Act 1, scene 3 is often noted as problematic. If one notes the original context of the play, that is, it follows ROMEO AND JULIET, Shylock's "I hate him for he is...
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    1. Say the Next Word: grass 2. Two Word Game: ...

    1. Say the Next Word: grass

    2. Two Word Game: for sale

    3. Word Association Game: soft drinks

    4. Song Title Game: Stranger in the House-Deep Purple.

    5. Aye or Nay: Aye. But lost...
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    1. Say the Next Word: mictory 2. Two Word...

    1. Say the Next Word: mictory

    2. Two Word Game: top books

    3. Word Association Game: US

    4. Song Title Game: “A Long and Sad Goodbye” by Lenny Kravitz

    5. Aye or Nay: Aye! Skate board?
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    1. Say the Next Word: teddy 2. Two Word Game:...

    1. Say the Next Word: teddy

    2. Two Word Game: time table

    3. Word Association Game: Blues

    4. Song Title Game: Goodbye Blue Sky- Pink Floyd

    5. Aye or Nay: Aye. Strawberries?
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    1. Say the Next Word: terror 2. Two Word Game:...

    1. Say the Next Word: terror

    2. Two Word Game: market place

    3. Word Association Game: whistling

    4. Song Title Game: “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue”—Bob Dylan

    5. Aye or Nay: Nay. Vegetables...
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    1. Say the Next Word: tickle 2. Two Word Game:...

    1. Say the Next Word: tickle

    2. Two Word Game: feeling down

    3. Word Association Game: piccollo

    4. Song Title Game: - Throwing My Baby Out With The Bath Water - Tenpole Tudor

    5. Aye or...
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    One notices that. Lovely studies of blue.

    One notices that. Lovely studies of blue.
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    Interesting pics. They look more like a...

    Interesting pics. They look more like a collection of objects.
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    There is some problem with the last link, Tony....

    There is some problem with the last link, Tony.
    The colours in 4982 are beautiful, again it is like a painting.
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    Oh, my! I remember the guy. He had a brief moment...

    Oh, my! I remember the guy. He had a brief moment of fame in December, because he was the second person in the world vaccinated against Covid and, of course, because of his name! Sorry to hear that...
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    1. Say the Next Word: test 2. Two Word Game:...

    1. Say the Next Word: test

    2. Two Word Game: up road

    3. Word Association Game: harmony

    4. Song Title Game: “In My Life”—The Beatles

    5. Aye or Nay: Nay. Discussions?
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    As a foreigner some of the more local references...

    As a foreigner some of the more local references get lost on me. For example, I don´t know, who is meant with this Ruth! But what made me happy, was to note that the piece is very recent. I hope this...
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    1. Say the Next Word: lyer 2. Two Word Game:...

    1. Say the Next Word: lyer

    2. Two Word Game: catch it

    3. Word Association Game: Song

    4. Song Title Game: Life is what you make it-Johnny Mattis

    5. Aye or Nay: Aye. Continental breakfast?
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    Thanks for the entertaining and updated chronic,...

    Thanks for the entertaining and updated chronic, valiant Aunty. I realized it was quite a time since we had the last news from East Hogwash.

    Meanwhile on the south of the Equator we are still...
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    Poll: Remember the wisdom of the Shakespearean fools!

    Remember the wisdom of the Shakespearean fools!
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    Maybe Tess was more doomed than damned, in the...

    Maybe Tess was more doomed than damned, in the sense that she couldn´t escape her fate. Hardy´s position towards Religion probably caused a lot of controversy specially among Victorians.
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    Quite hoppery yes, the desolate or absent look of...

    Quite hoppery yes, the desolate or absent look of the girl. Only the green of the grass is perhaps a bit to lively!
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    Loved this different view from the islands with...

    Loved this different view from the islands with the Guitar player in the foreground.
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    I don´t find it easy to define magical realism, but as Camilo writes, one can recognize the unusual elements in spite of the realistic setting. They are very explicit and they have a symbolic...
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    Poll: Gratiano follows Shylock's example: "O upright...

    Gratiano follows Shylock's example: "O upright judge! Mark, Jew. O learned judge!" Isn´t Gratiano being ironic here?
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