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Thursday, May 10, 2007


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Okay, here's an answer from a newbie lurker to your site ...

(The nearest book didn't have 161 pages so I went to 61)

"They are becalmed in clearest days and in rough weather tossed, they wither under cold delays or are in tempests lost."


mine was....
"Remember your diaphragm?"


Here's mine: "Could be a sicko getting his rocks off," Concklin said as Jacobi walked away.


"But Ellis and Symons in 1990 found almost no gender difference when subjects reported that fantasizing felt good to them."

Gosh I love Dr. Seuss.


"Previous history of bacterial endocarditis."

Page 161 was a chart, so I went to 162.

Andy Belcher

Chee had walked down the hall away from this meeting with several resolutions strongly formed.

Sue B

The sauce only requires a few minutes of simmering (enought time to fully cook the starch until it thickens).


Inconsideration, sometimes called thoughtlessness, is a defect of and contrary to right judgment which takes away synesis and gnome.

Tom E.

The self-denying pair had been occupied in coaxing the appetites of some of their sick parishioners , whom they somewhat inconsistently tried to keep imprisoned in the flesh, their own appetites being quite forgotten.


Half of the people can be part right all of the time.
Some of the people can be all right part of the time.
But all the people can't be all right all the time
I think Abraham Lincoln said that.

This is one of my favoritest memes ever.
I said that.


And when it has done its work, discontent abandons us, leaving us no comfort in our indebted, marginless, friendless self-pity.

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