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ramonathompsont commented on: TWO FINGER EYE GOUGE by georgeschaefer 1 day 13 hours ago
cool write  : cool write  
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Starward commented on: TWO FINGER EYE GOUGE by georgeschaefer 1 day 14 hours ago
Curly, Larry, and Moe . . .: Curly, Larry, and Moe . . . and sometimes Shemp . . . were early role models for me in elementary school.  That my mother actively and vocally disliked them made their antics even more endearing.
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Starward commented on: inimitable contrivances by crypticbard 1 day 15 hours ago
Please forgive my delay in: Please forgive my delay in replying . . . I am struggling with non-Covid flu right now, from my grandson's kindergarten.  I had forgotten about Piper Beam, of whom I had read but whose stories I have not been able to read.  And let me say again how much I like your poem.  I like to read science fiction poetry online, but yours is superior to many I have read, and I am not just saying that; I really do mean it.
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Starward commented on: Silver Voice by rachel 1 day 15 hours ago
This is provides excellent: This is provides excellent reading, but those last three paragraphs are very, very profound. I am not usually a prose reader, but I am very impressed with this one.
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Stephen commented on: TWO FINGER EYE GOUGE by georgeschaefer 1 day 17 hours ago
Curly. Larry and Moe.: Perfected the two finger eye gouge.
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crypticbard commented on: first by alxorange 2 days 5 hours ago
Centre stage and along the: Centre stage and along the footlights!
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crypticbard commented on: The kids these days are all using this word called “ironic” by Pungus 2 days 23 hours ago
And that's probably the most: And that's probably the most delicious thing of all! Tolkien had his why not us!
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Pungus commented on: The kids these days are all using this word called “ironic” by Pungus 3 days 2 hours ago
Justice Wolf: Howl, our victim is stuffed Like the turkey he just Greedily gross gluttonized * Oh, impossible riddles Surround the cemetery- How the ghosts know, Blanketing corpses cozy
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lyrycsyntyme commented on: The kids these days are all using this word called “ironic” by Pungus 3 days 3 hours ago
Consumers often don't see the: Consumers often don't see the wolf at the top of the ridge, counting their calories for them.
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Pungus commented on: The kids these days are all using this word called “ironic” by Pungus 3 days 3 hours ago
Urban dictionary: And then there's the potential product of puzzling it all together through multiple generations and coming out with one's own personalized slanguage.
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Pungus commented on: The kids these days are all using this word called “ironic” by Pungus 3 days 3 hours ago
Newborn=fresh flesh: Long as you don't cry when the tordando sweeps it up and you're left with insuffient funds for your family's survival rations. Who'll be dancing then?
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lyrycsyntyme commented on: The kids these days are all using this word called “ironic” by Pungus 3 days 7 hours ago
Are you starting a dance crazy? Everyone do The Ironic. : A catchy dance for kids and adults, a like. We already have the steps down and don't even know it.   "I've been doing really well at managing my money this year - Should I reward myself with a sixty two inch t.v.?"
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crypticbard commented on: The kids these days are all using this word called “ironic” by Pungus 3 days 8 hours ago
An ironic mega-pizza! Over: An ironic mega-pizza! Over the years it would appear that each generation and cohort would  capture and be captured by certain words and phrases that stick and become their descriptors. It's an amazing phenomenon.
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crypticbard commented on: inimitable contrivances by crypticbard 3 days 8 hours ago
Ands a twisting we will go!: Ands a twisting we will go! Thanks dear Poet.
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crypticbard commented on: inimitable contrivances by crypticbard 3 days 8 hours ago
The Fuzzy novels of H. Piper: The Fuzzy novels of H. Piper Beam were among favourirte sci-fi of our growing years. And Nicholas Fisk among more recent ones, by recent meaning early 80s. THe double entendre is that Mars is the god of war hence "martian gods," hence harping at both meanings.
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