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Jump to new posts Re: Down with the tyrant by A C Bowden @ Yesterday at 10:41 PM

The chief of the tribe was a giant Whose people were cowed and compliant; But when some young rebels Attacked him with pebbles, The general mood grew defiant. DUCKLING DUNE
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Jump to new posts Re: -know which way you're going? by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 09:17 PM

Wasn't there a Red Sox shortsop a few years back named Edgar REORIENT O --> A RENTERIA ? 'Course there was!
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Jump to new posts Re: a Paradox, a Paradox,. a most ingenious Paradox by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 04:46 PM

ORNERY PRONUNCIATION: (OR-nuh-ree) MEANING: adjective: Having an unpleasant disposition: irritable, stubborn, combative, etc. ETYMOLOGY: An alteration of the word ordinary, from Latin ordo (order, rank). In the beginning the word ornery was j
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