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Post 41

Tavaron da Quirm - Arts Editor

smiley - cool sounds great, I already looked them up on googlesmiley - cheers


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Post 42

paulh, hiding under my bed

I see that Amazon has chocolate ones.


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Post 43

Caiman raptor elk - Escaping the Array


Nice to have a resident dragon. Operation opera was interesting to read.


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Post 44

paulh, hiding under my bed

The dragon's song was part of a TMF parody I wrote 25 years ago. It as called "The enchanted kazoo," and the dragon that is chasing Tamino in he first scene is smarter than any of he people. It keeps eating major cast members, explaining why the plot veers wildly with no warning (not unlike TMF).


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Caiman raptor elk - Escaping the Array


I think myself lucky that we don't have a horse infestation here.(currently no mice either, probably because of the rats).

Looks like all those UFO sightings could have been the inn then?

I liked this one.


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Post 46

paulh, hiding under my bed

The plague of miniature horses will gradually spread in time and space. smiley - evilgrin


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Post 47

Caiman raptor elk - Escaping the Array


Heee haw...


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paulh, hiding under my bed

Wait til you see what I do to Notre Dame and the L'Opera smiley - evilgrin, when Jean Valjean visits.


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Post 49

Tavaron da Quirm - Arts Editor

Oh, I really love the miniature horses!

I once dreamed I have a herd of miniature elephants. That was nice. smiley - laugh


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Post 50

paulh, hiding under my bed

As a little kid, I had a vivid imagination. In the dark, I imagined a parade of little, colorful entities parading through the air around me.


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Post 51

Caiman raptor elk - Escaping the Array


Baba Yaga sounds a bit like the oracle in the Hitchhikers Guide (The one selling her life's story so that you could attain happiness by making the exact opposite choices to the ones she did)


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paulh, hiding under my bed

Baba Yaga was suggested as a character in the original recommendations for NaNoPoJo.


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Post 53

Dmitri Gheorgheni - Post Editor

That jumping frog tale got what it deserved. smiley - laugh


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Post 54

paulh, hiding under my bed

Mark Twain had a gift for making the wackiest stuff seem normal -- if you had the patience to wait for him to get to the point, if there was one. This particularly story never really had a real ending. Take that, readers!


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Caiman raptor elk - Escaping the Array

That must have been quite a wedding.smiley - cheers I wonder if any policemen turned jealous at all the newlywed pirates...


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Post 56

paulh, hiding under my bed

There may have been enough fair maidens available so the cops could marry too.


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Post 57

Caiman raptor elk - Escaping the Array


Fair enough.


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Post 58

Caiman raptor elk - Escaping the Array


Got my spaghetti al Dante today.


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Post 59

paulh, hiding under my bed

smiley - laugh

Dante probably wasn't one of the better dinner companions. He originally wanted to be a pharmacist, but you see books were sold in pharmacies, so there was no conflict between the two careers. smiley - winkeye His work influenced painters, sculptors, writers, and ultimately much of show business. His vision of Hell has been quite influential.

[Years ago I read a book set in Hell, complete with an ice cream truck. I can't track it down now. smiley - sigh]


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Post 60

Dmitri Gheorgheni - Post Editor

What a shame. You mentioned Melvil Dewey, and we ran that Guide Entry last week. A88023666 (He was 'problematic'.)

A good way to end. smiley - smiley


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