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Frank and Ernest by Thaves for May 30, 2019

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    Z51 Premium Member 6 months ago

    I’m wondering how many arrows he had to shoot into the ground before he got that inspiration?

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    Richard S Russell Premium Member 6 months ago

    There’s a limit to that advice. Seems like he’s doing just fine right now, but it would only get worse if he started aiming higher.

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    B UTTONS  6 months ago

    Once shooting himself in the foot, he soon got the point.

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    enigmamz  6 months ago

    Or lower, “and I’m done talking.”

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    sanderling75  6 months ago

    The lesson of experience are usually simple but rarely applied. We make some mistakes over and over.

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    Joe Cooker Premium Member 6 months ago

    It’s all about the launch angle.

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    InTraining  6 months ago

    ould he be any closer to the target…? Darts are thrown farther…>…>…I

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    thelost wizard  6 months ago

    Keep the target in sight.

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    Charlie Fogwhistle  6 months ago

    The unaimed arrow never misses. T-shirt wisdom.

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    chris_weaver  6 months ago

    William Tell learned a similar lesson the hard way!

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    paullp Premium Member 6 months ago

    I shot an arrow in the air,

    It fell to Earth, I knew not where.

    Until one day, with rage profound,

    The man it fell on came around.

    He showed me where that arrow fell,

    A place I do not care to tell.

    And so I now no longer care,

    For shooting arrows in the air.

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