I just hope when this place comes back all clean and sparkly

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Seriously Floored

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It is well ridden of boring shits who have no fire in their belly!
They freely throw the "ists" and "isms" around and yet, what do they provide?
Anway, rather than clearing the system of free-radicals, I'd opt for the irridaction of those boring "EVER SO NORMALLER THAN THOU" agents, that tend to clog up the system.
 
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Seriously Floored

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> It is well ridden of boring shits who have no fire in their belly!
> They freely throw the "ists" and "isms" around and
> yet, what do they provide?
> Anway, rather than clearing the system of free-radicals, I'd opt for the
> irridaction of those boring "EVER SO NORMALLER THAN THOU"
> agents, that tend to clog up the system.

They aren't "scared" to show intelligence.
They just haven't got any.

Anyway I am definitely going.

Sorry to go on and on and on and on ....
 
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> Sorry to go on and on and on and on ....

Dont be. That is why we love you so.

You know how to make a protracted exit...in more ways then one.
 
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Seriously Floored

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> Dont be. That is why we love you so.

> You know how to make a protracted exit...in more ways then one.

Sadly this protractor has met it's match and has now gone full circle.
Oh yes the whole 360.

Jeez, this sounds like a John Donne poem, that one about a compass.

Very good poem though, just can't remember the title.

I shall bid you adieu Cod, until we meet again.
I very much doubt an entrance into MM.
The Doc has advised me to keep away from deep water for the time being.

Anyway, ciao for now. I have to be up early in the morning.
Lord help me.
 
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Codreanu

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> Sadly this protractor has met it's match and has now gone full circle.
> Oh yes the whole 360.

> Jeez, this sounds like a John Donne poem, that one about a compass.

> Very good poem though, just can't remember the title.

> I shall bid you adieu Cod, until we meet again.
> I very much doubt an entrance into MM.
> The Doc has advised me to keep away from deep water for the time being.

> Anyway, ciao for now. I have to be up early in the morning.
> Lord help me.

It is "A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning", I believe -- I like this poem too! If I remember correctly, he also used that 'compass' conceit in another poem.
 
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Seriously Floored

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> It is "A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning", I believe -- I like
> this poem too! If I remember correctly, he also used that 'compass'
> conceit in another poem.

You have a remarkable memory.
Yes you are correct!
He did tend to use mathematical devices, and the atlas or whatever a lot in his poems.

I did enjoy them though. Clever guy.

He was a priest, was he not, at one time?
If I don't reply, please excuse me.
I've obviously gone off into that other sphere.
 
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