GLADE

June 20, 2010

This glade may be found in the Eastern Foothills of the Orrun Mountains far from the bramble bower hedge home of Bekka (Bekka of Thorns at http://www.wildchildpublishing.com). Blue-skinned roaming tailors graze their flooce flocks on grasses such as these.

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A SENTENCE BY MARK TWAIN

June 19, 2010

You may see such disfigurements far and wide over California – and in some such places, where only meadows and forests are visible – not a living creature, not a house, no stick or stone, or remnant of a ruin, and not a sound, not even a whisper to disturb the sabbath stillness – you […]

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CARTOON FRIDAY 55

June 18, 2010

“You know you shouldn’t have teased me about my ax collection, dear.”

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A LOON BELIEF

June 17, 2010

LIFE IS LIKE A PIXIE STOLEN FROM THE JAWS OF DEATH

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A LOON POEM

June 16, 2010

Nostradamus Coelacanth, the oldest of the fishes Built himself a lightning boat and filled it up with dishes Sailed it down to Birmingham to taste the local knishes Fulfilling once and yes for all his fondest childhood wishes

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NIMBLE MISSST

June 15, 2010

This formidable maiden is Nimble Missst, famous for her snapjaw mind. Bekka’s (yowzah yowzah, purchase Bekka of Thorns at http://www.wildchildpublishing.com) 7th chronicle tells of Nimble Missst’s adventures when she sets out to find the ridiculous Blossom Prince, Zootch.

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CARNY ENTICEMENTS

June 14, 2010

DONATE FIVE BOXES OF CORN AND BECOME ELIGIBLE TO WIN A BOX OF CORN!   DAMAGE A HAMSTER ONE DOLLAR A POUNCE   PORK RIND MARMALADE NOW WITH MORE BLOODSTAINS!

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MERVIS PLELMORKLER

June 13, 2010

Mervis Plelmorkler contemplated snowy egrets. Completing contemplation, he practiced contortions. Contortions taken care of, he welded himself a sandwich. Lunch over, he filled out the application to legally change his name. Laying aside the pen, he muttered his newly chosen name aloud. “Marty Prassmalleter,” he said, smiling his secret smile, the one with handlebars.

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A SENTENCE BY R.D. BLACKMORE

June 12, 2010

The black bog had him by the feet; the sucking of the ground drew him on, like the thirsty lips of death. Well, R.D. churned out many a romance in the second half of the 19th century, but he hit the jackpot when he wrote Lorna Doone. Great story. Great characters. Great. Late 16th century […]

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CARTOON FRIDAY 54

June 11, 2010

“Can I have a few bites of your Nietzscheburger if I order the Gandhi diet platter?”

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