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Overage flower child who still believes the world's magical -- from the stars in the sky to the hidden treasures of the Earth and the seas. Namaste... joy & light!

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  1. over 9 years ago on Kliban's Cats

    That happens a lot with Kliban’s work — that every time you look at a piece again, you’ll either see something you didn’t see before, or come to a different understanding about it. It’s one of the things I’ve enjoyed most about the books over the years.

  2. over 9 years ago on Kliban's Cats

    The term runcible appeared in English for the first time in Edward Lear’s nonsense verse. As the Oxford English Dictionary notes, the word has taken on a life of its own. Per the 1994 edition: runcible, adjective. A nonsense word used by Edward Lear in runcible cat, hat, etc., and esp. in runcible spoon, in later use applied to a kind of fork used for pickles, etc., curved like a spoon and having three broad prongs of which one has a sharp edge.

    For more on Edward Lear and his nonsense works, visit the homepage at: http://www.nonsenselit.org/Lear/

  3. over 9 years ago on Bloom County

    Not to say dumb too! LOL

  4. over 9 years ago on Doonesbury

    Yeah… I’m having a similar argument with a commenter who insists that Tyler Clemente’s suicide wasn’t caused by the ‘youthful prank’ his roommate pulled in outing him to the world. We all have our little indescretions, I’m sure.

  5. over 9 years ago on Wizard of Id

    Here’s one for you… http://starthrowercrystals.com/TinyDragon.jpg

  6. over 9 years ago on Wizard of Id

    But she’s got the broom thing down pat.

  7. over 9 years ago on Speed Bump

    Not sure I agree, but their consistent goodness probably makes it so. Last I knew, Burger King was using some sort of coating on their fries that actually worked to keep them hotter longer. Hardee’s coated fries are my overall favorite tho… that crunch is to die for. Perhaps literally, which is why I don’t eat fries often enough to be a real connoisseur.

  8. over 9 years ago on Doonesbury

    Naah… she doesn’t need to draw anyone’s eyes away from a baby bump.

  9. over 9 years ago on Strange Brew

    I’dunno… all that clicking could get pretty loud.

  10. over 9 years ago on B.C.

    I never heard of a ten-second rule. It was always five-seconds. Something can get pretty grungy in 10 seconds, but I guess it does depend on on how stiff the competition is..