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OP Keep 'em coming folks. Got 9 to date.
"On May 5, 1947 Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray starred in radio version of this film that was broadcast on the Lux Radio Theatre."
The Egg and I
Betty kicked the stove, frustration in every syllable of her words, "Bob, damn you, I've been here a week and you haven't chopped one piece of damn wood! I warned you when we first came here: I have to have my coffeeevery morning or you know what I do-- !"
It's staring you in the face.
Pssssst, SD. You need to send your submission by private message to belMarduk. Shake it up and pour again.
Check out the rules for hogwash above. It's the same only different.
Hey, Insel. Re-edit your edit. belMarduk is the current fibliotechnocrat. If I get the PMs, I'll win the second round, too
Last edited by consuelo; 03/25/06 01:39 PM.
We couldn't have that!!!
Did you hear that, everyone? The Fibliotechnician is BelMarduk!!!!!
OP Only three and a half days left folks. The submission window closes on Saturday at noon.
Come one, come all. I've got some good opening lines but not enough yet. Let's see if anybody can top em.
bel, you ever work as a circus barker?
Mine's in. I hope you hear from Alex; he missed last time and he's so creative. (hear that, Alex??)
Thanks Anna. I'll try to get something together for this one.
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