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#188547 - 12/31/09 09:16 PM Re: Sparteye's game [Re: Jackie]  
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journeyman
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Long Island, NY USA
The music's fare
had a distinct tremolo
from the counter-tenor's
orginal use of the falsetto.


mason --- masurium

#188561 - 01/01/10 02:11 PM Re: Sparteye's game [Re: kah454]  
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this too shall pass
a mason would have to be crazy to work with masurium!

crawl .. creatrix

#188571 - 01/02/10 01:10 AM Re: Sparteye's game [Re: tsuwm]  
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I know I'm not a creatrix:
my ideas can't crawl through the matrix.

DIANDROUS--DIELECTRIC Good luck with this one!

#188707 - 01/13/10 12:34 AM Re: Sparteye's game [Re: Jackie]  
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Due to its dielectric properties, I kept my prize diandrous orchid in a ceramic vase when conducting my electrostatic experiments.

#188709 - 01/13/10 12:48 AM Re: Sparteye's game [Re: Coffeebean]  
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SLANG - SLEDGEHAMMER

#188725 - 01/13/10 07:17 PM Re: Sparteye's game [Re: Coffeebean]  
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Little John Taylor was slighted for his incorrigble use of slang words, but was respected for his sophisticated sledgehammer blows.

AGNOSTIC - APPLE-PIE

#188727 - 01/13/10 08:20 PM Re: Sparteye's game [Re: BranShea]  
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this too shall pass
and, even though Little John was religiously agnostic, his values were as American as apple-pie.

GROSSLY...GROUNDING

#188740 - 01/14/10 03:44 AM Re: Sparteye's game [Re: tsuwm]  
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religiously agnostic Snort! I bet you couldn't resist that, could you? laugh

Mr. Arc Flash found that the joy in grounding electrical systems as a career had been grossly overstated.

OCTENNIAL--OFF

#188742 - 01/14/10 04:44 AM Re: Sparteye's game [Re: Jackie]  
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the octennial, celebratory performance of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana was called off due to the ongoing world war; how awful.

WAR WAREHOUSE

#188748 - 01/14/10 04:22 PM Re: Sparteye's game [Re: tsuwm]  
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When their populations hit all-time highs, war broke out in the warehouse between the mice and rats.

pétanque pa-ching

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