GET OUT THE FUNGO

February 19, 2012

Your arm is in your hands. Take care of it.

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A SENTENCE BY ALISTAIR MACLEAN

February 18, 2012

To keep a watch, especially a watch on the bridge was torture: the first shock of that bitter wind seared the lungs, left a man fighting for breath: if he had forgotten to don gloves – first the silk gloves, then the woollen mittens, then the sheepskin gauntlets – and touched a handrail, the palms […]

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CHESTER CONKLIN KWIZ ANSWER

February 17, 2012

Chester Conklin was a Norwegian fish captain. Later, he was promoted to fish admiral. On a side note, yes, he kept snacks in his mustache.

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THE CHESTER CONKLIN KWIZ

February 16, 2012

Chester Conklin wasn’t really this tiny, but he was: a. ticklish. b. a renowned connoisseur of soup. c. engaged for a short time to the Lady Known as Lou. d. the first choice to play Rhett Butler, but had a conflicting obligation. e. a Norwegian fish captain.

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BEAUTIES TO BEHOLD

February 15, 2012

Lovely, what? Innocent, eh? That’s exactly what the triffids want you to think.

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VALENTINE THEME – 3

February 14, 2012

The Perfect Gift Jim Darling was positively frantic and negatively charged over the looming impossibility of finding the perfect gift for his beloved. He pulled out his pocket watch and wound it so tightly that it exploded, sending shards of glass and metal into his forehead. Of course! Why didn’t I think of that before? […]

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VALENTINE THEME – TWO

February 13, 2012
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Valentine blossoms in the Black Forest of Death

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VALENTINE THEME – ONE

February 12, 2012
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The Misfit Lovers They considered themselves outcasts, and rightfully so. Leftfully so, too. For you see, he was a loan wolf, scorned by his brethren and sistren. She was a lone shark, shunned by all other elasmobranch fishes. When they met on the sandbar, it was love at first nip. For you see, they fell […]

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A SENTENCE BY E. L. DOCTOROW

February 11, 2012

Where is my brother? Simple, but a stunner owing all to its placement in Homer & Langley

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DICKENS KWIZ ANSWER

February 10, 2012

He never got over being forced to quit school and go to work in that blacking factory as a kid. Whenever he so much as glimpsed a tin of shoe polish, he would fly into a spittle flecked rage. His handlers would have to talk him down with praise of random characters from his works, […]

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