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  1. #31
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    RE: Give us somthing good to read.

    There goes fenner tilting at windmills again... Musky hunter's Don Quixote.

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    RE: Give us somthing good to read.

    I'm just going to pretend that I never saw Dfenner's post and just add to Desertgrin's post by saying that my buddy caught a 32" musky on his son's Spiderman pole. Maybe there is something to them?

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    RE: Give us somthing good to read.

    Moving onto a very narrow limb here, but I'd say reading Fenner is like reading Tolstoy, or even Shakespeare....there are a lot of words, there is a noticeble lack of understanding, but more than all else...There is ART! Naturally, it is in the eye of the beholder...and like the Mona Lisa, you really never know if she's smiling at you or smirking at you, but I belive the test of time will definitely show it to be art. Anyway, for me, it's clearly a jewel of this site.

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    RE: Give us somthing good to read.

    >>In theses worldses of artificially extended
    >masturbational
    >>lengths of mindsets, of once pure and flavorful
    >acquistionses
    >>of Gator Raid branded replenishmentses of humaneses
    >desires
    >>for repentses, to sanctitieses of self-image and blessed
    >>beses notses any concern towardses youses fellow
    >mankindses,
    >>towards the final pursuit of happinesses and security of
    >a
    >>unique life owned not by others, but by youses truly, we
    >>haveses, at this moment in timeses, a choice of either
    >>in-condemnation of humanistic affairs never before
    >periled
    >>before any sub-consciousness to wit for judgment of
    >moralistic
    >>values once conceived as standards by our ancestorís
    >greatest
    >>generation without any mention of aforethought towards
    >>evolutionary change branded by the possibilities of decay
    >to
    >>furtherance of their original intent or a saving grace of
    >>humanities compassion towards righting a listing ship for
    >>favorable traversal of seases.
    >>
    >>If indeed the likes of youses are at theses cross roadses
    >of
    >>life, if the perplexing forks in the road of life number
    >many
    >>without regards to the consequences of choice, if in fact
    >the
    >>desire to remain stationary to inevitable change seems
    >>appropriate when the consequences of said choice number
    >>failures of previous trials, it indeed is time for the
    >likes
    >>of youses to acquire the value of lifeís lessons and begin
    >a
    >>new traversal of foot-steps in freshly fallen fields of
    >>powdery existences, with much righted heartfelt hope of
    >>splendor that beginses a new stalwart existence that
    >forever
    >>moreses parlays success in manners never before
    >experienced
    >>and rewards ultimate to your choice of man making mankind
    >and
    >>himses mate making the manses.
    >>
    >>;)
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    >
    >I know I speak for everyone here when I say: "Huh?"
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    This is reallyRE: Give us somthing good to read.

    This is really scary! I think I understand it.Maybe I should go see a shrink?

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    This is reallyRE: Give us somthing good to read.

    I read once that if you're debating somebody and you don't have a clue what you are talking about, you should just ramble on in a totally incoherent manner. Youíre more likely to sound even more stupid if you actually attempt to make sense. It was clear to me a LONG LONG time ago that THIS is EXACTLY what hickupburpses does with his endless say nothing non-speak.

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    RE: Give us somthing good to read.

    What be itses the transcontinental allure of desire overshadowing the splendor of lifeís journey within plural ranks?

    Why must it be so commoneses when the power of the mind falls to the wayside, the one having no plumbing?

    How can the self being be more important than the peaceful assurance of tranquility within associationses of treasured and valued importance?

    When, if ever, does a return follow ever exact the sincerity of the original?

    Were does a soul within end up when there really isnít any choice?

    Who beses the man who shares no said commonsensical traits but only to himses mind?

    Thoughts of harvest may proved the true meaning of the Christmas star and may it forever beses youses guiding light.

    ;)






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    RE: Give us somthing good to read.

    Don't you hate when pranksters switch the letters on your keyboard around?

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    RE: Give us somthing good to read.

    I think he means "Enjoy the journey and don't only depend on the results as a measure of success".

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    RE: Give us somthing good to read.

    To bad- another good thread highjacked and turned into nonsense.

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