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h***@gmail.com
2019-03-04 16:40:28 UTC
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There's this thing that's on my mind,
a word that rings. I think you'll find
my mind consumed. Presume to know
what all, and why, I'd like to show
you now just how that ringing word
appears. It's clear to all who've heard
the word before. It sure does ring in
terms of Angel's voice when singing
praise. I raise my lance, defensive
not of what I've got, consent. Give
ear, and hear the word unfurling.
Voices join; send winds a whirl. Bring
this brief missive closure knowing
sound rebounds when ships are slowing.
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-04 18:32:40 UTC
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Is the 'ringing word' the poem alludes to clear enough?
General Zod
2019-03-05 05:25:07 UTC
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I dig it man.....
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-05 11:41:54 UTC
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Cool beans.
Rachel
2019-03-06 19:27:54 UTC
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Cool beans.
I just read this, and then right as i was looking, tv is talking all about this guy named "bean."
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-06 19:29:02 UTC
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Serendipity!
Dental River
2019-03-06 19:34:06 UTC
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Serendipity!
I just squeezed one off. This is spooky.
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-06 19:39:20 UTC
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I'm eating a Rice Krispy treat. Oooooo
Will Dockery™
2019-03-05 13:17:39 UTC
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There's this thing that's on my mind,
a word that rings. I think you'll find
my mind consumed. Presume to know
what all, and why, I'd like to show
you now just how that ringing word
appears. It's clear to all who've heard
the word before. It sure does ring in
terms of Angel's voice when singing
praise. I raise my lance, defensive
not of what I've got, consent. Give
ear, and hear the word unfurling.
Voices join; send winds a whirl. Bring
this brief missive closure knowing
sound rebounds when ships are slowing.
This is one of the better poems I've read by Corey, who shows a heavy Shel Silverstein influence, I think.

https://pennyspoetry.fandom.com/wiki/Shel_Silverstein

You told me that Dennis M Hammes also compared your poetry to Shel Silverstein's poems... isn't that true?

😀
Michael Pendragon
2019-03-05 13:20:08 UTC
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There's this thing that's on my mind,
a word that rings. I think you'll find
my mind consumed. Presume to know
what all, and why, I'd like to show
you now just how that ringing word
appears. It's clear to all who've heard
the word before. It sure does ring in
terms of Angel's voice when singing
praise. I raise my lance, defensive
not of what I've got, consent. Give
ear, and hear the word unfurling.
Voices join; send winds a whirl. Bring
this brief missive closure knowing
sound rebounds when ships are slowing.
This is one of the better poems I've read by Corey, who shows a heavy Shel Silverstein influence, I think.
https://pennyspoetry.fandom.com/wiki/Shel_Silverstein
You told me that Dennis M Hammes also compared your poetry to Shel Silverstein's poems... isn't that true?
Corey's more of a sophomoric Seuss.
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-05 13:34:10 UTC
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I was not influenced by Shel Silverstein at all, but several people,
including yourself and Hammes, have likened my poetry to his. I
was, however, influenced by Dr. Seuss to some extent, but people
who read it on a sophomoric level, like Michael, are for the most
part incapable of deciphering meaning beyond the superficial, or
applying that meaning to their real lives in any pragmatic way.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-05 13:40:50 UTC
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I was not influenced by Shel Silverstein at all, but several people,
including yourself and Hammes, have likened my poetry to his. I
was, however, influenced by Dr. Seuss to some extent, but people
who read it on a sophomoric level, like Michael, are for the most
part incapable of deciphering meaning beyond the superficial, or
applying that meaning to their real lives in any pragmatic way.
Okay, thanks, Corey.
Michael Pendragon
2019-03-05 13:45:15 UTC
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I was not influenced by Shel Silverstein at all, but several people,
including yourself and Hammes, have likened my poetry to his. I
was, however, influenced by Dr. Seuss to some extent, but people
who read it on a sophomoric level, like Michael, are for the most
part incapable of deciphering meaning beyond the superficial, or
applying that meaning to their real lives in any pragmatic way.
I can decipher meaning in the parts that aren't just gobbledygook, find them to be pretentious, overladen with metaphor (generally of the mixed var.), unfunny and in poor taste.

OTOH, I often appreciate your ability to create multiple internal rhymes, unusual rhymes, etc., although this is often done at the expense of coherency.
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-05 14:22:52 UTC
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Much appreciated, Michael. If you could provide an example of the indecipherable
gobbledygook you have difficulty with, that would be very, very helpful. Thank you!
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-05 16:35:40 UTC
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You do understand that I'm generally trying to be pretentious,
overladen with mixed metaphors, unfunny and in poor taste
though, don't you? It's not an accident you see it that way.
I just wish you appreciated what you're looking at more.
Coco DeSockmonkey
2019-03-05 16:45:31 UTC
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You do understand that I'm generally trying to be pretentious,
overladen with mixed metaphors, unfunny and in poor taste
though, don't you? It's not an accident you see it that way.
I just wish you appreciated what you're looking at more.
No. I can't imagine why you should wish your poetry to come across as such.
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-05 17:03:24 UTC
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Okay, great. So, for example, my poem Christian Existentialist
is written in the form of, or to the tune of, Modern Major General
by Gilbert and Sullivan, and is intended to be read in the same
pompous, pretentious type of voice as that of the Major General.
Coco DeSockmonkey
2019-03-05 17:16:10 UTC
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Okay, great. So, for example, my poem Christian Existentialist
is written in the form of, or to the tune of, Modern Major General
by Gilbert and Sullivan, and is intended to be read in the same
pompous, pretentious type of voice as that of the Major General.
Posting it for reference would be nice.

Not everyone has memorized all 6,000 of your poems.
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-05 17:20:39 UTC
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Sorry. I figured you took my reference.
I actually thought I was doing you a favor
by simply referencing it rather than reposting
the whole damn thing again. LOL
Coco DeSockmonkey
2019-03-05 18:32:04 UTC
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Sorry. I figured you took my reference.
I actually thought I was doing you a favor
by simply referencing it rather than reposting
the whole damn thing again. LOL
Okay. In that case I'll just take a guess:

The poem jokes about how you're "Hi," you talk about your penis, blow a fart and toss in an obscure, metaphorical allusion to a Biblical story.

Of course your poem's meter is clearly delineated that your readers should immediately recognize that it's set to the tune of a Gilbert and Sullivan song, and imagine that a similar character is speaking in your verse.

Yes... it's starting to come back to me, now...
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-05 18:35:50 UTC
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I reposted the poem in its own thread for your convenience.
George J. Dance
2019-03-07 00:06:47 UTC
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I reposted the poem in its own thread for your convenience.
And Pigletdragon commented - though, 2 days later, he's quite forgotten what he said.
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-07 00:08:15 UTC
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Thanks for the play-by-play, George.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-06 10:40:15 UTC
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I was not influenced by Shel Silverstein at all, but several people,
including yourself and Hammes, have likened my poetry to his. I
was, however, influenced by Dr. Seuss to some extent, but people
who read it on a sophomoric level, like Michael, are for the most
part incapable of deciphering meaning beyond the superficial, or
applying that meaning to their real lives in any pragmatic way.
What's your take on the current line that Dr. Seuss was a racist?

https://people.com/books/dr-seuss-books-racist-problematic/
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-06 10:50:23 UTC
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What's my take? I have no take.
His books were a part of my youth.
I've seen his stuff that some people
call racist, and understand where
they're coming from, but that's not
my history or experience reading him.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-06 10:56:52 UTC
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What's my take? I have no take.
His books were a part of my youth.
I've seen his stuff that some people
call racist, and understand where
they're coming from, but that's not
my history or experience reading him.
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/rec.music.dylan/a9BtRxMyCPs/XFJ7dvhBBwAJ

"Theodor Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss, was a member of the OSS during WWII producing anti-Nazi and anti-Japanese propaganda. He left the service at the onset of the cold war, saying the initiatives taken by the government at the time against fellow-Americans was excessive. He went on to write children's books including an anti-racist classic, The Sneetches, in 1961. Though he supported the internment of Japanese Issei and Nissei during WWII, he overcame his animosities and wrote Horton Hears a Who! in 1954 to critically characterize our post-war occupation of Japan..." -Just Walkin'
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-06 11:02:55 UTC
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Okay. I'm sorry, I really don't see your point,
or understand where you're going with this,
and I probably don't have too many more
Google posts left, so if you don't mind getting
to whatever you have to say, or want to know
about the poem, I'd appreciate it. Thanks!
Michael Pendragon
2019-03-06 13:55:21 UTC
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What's my take? I have no take.
His books were a part of my youth.
I've seen his stuff that some people
call racist, and understand where
they're coming from, but that's not
my history or experience reading him.
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/rec.music.dylan/a9BtRxMyCPs/XFJ7dvhBBwAJ
"Theodor Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss, was a member of the OSS during WWII producing anti-Nazi and anti-Japanese propaganda.
To accuse Seuss of racism for anti-Axis propaganda is just plain idiotic.
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He left the service at the onset of the cold war, saying the initiatives taken by the government at the time against fellow-Americans was excessive. He went on to write children's books including an anti-racist classic, The Sneetches, in 1961. Though he supported the internment of Japanese Issei and Nissei during WWII, he overcame his animosities and wrote Horton Hears a Who! in 1954 to critically characterize our post-war occupation of Japan..." -Just Walkin'
I don't know where the post-war occupation of Japan analogy is coming from, but it certainly doesn't relate to "Horton Hears a Who." In Seuss' story, Horton the elephant's large ears allow him to hear voices from a microscopic civilization on a dust speck -- which he protects from outside harm. It's message that "A person's a person no matter how small" is, obviously, a plea for racial equality/harmony, but in a much broader, general sense.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-06 15:10:10 UTC
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What's my take? I have no take.
His books were a part of my youth.
I've seen his stuff that some people
call racist, and understand where
they're coming from, but that's not
my history or experience reading him.
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/rec.music.dylan/a9BtRxMyCPs/XFJ7dvhBBwAJ
"Theodor Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss, was a member of the OSS during WWII producing anti-Nazi and anti-Japanese propaganda.
To accuse Seuss of racism for anti-Axis propaganda is just plain idiotic.
There's also:

https://reimaginingmigration.org/dr-seuss-political-cartoons/

"Alongside his troubling images of the Japanese, were his depictions of Blacks as “savages, living in the tropics, dressed in grass skirts” and Arabs as “camel-riding nomads or sultans” -Edwards

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Creator: Seuss, Dr.
Date: between 1930 and 1940
General Zod
2019-03-06 15:27:21 UTC
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It was the era he lived in..


Stereotype images were the norm...
Michael Pendragon
2019-03-06 16:15:15 UTC
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It was the era he lived in..
Stereotype images were the norm...
This must be the "forging troll" version of Zod.

Either way -- seconded.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-06 18:37:21 UTC
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It was the era he lived in..
Stereotype images were the norm...
This must be the "forging troll" version of Zod.
Either way -- seconded.
I agree with that, myself, but like you, I'm not part of the politically correct mainstream, Pendragon.

If Pastor Corey, who will probably admit to being a liberal Democrat, says give the Doctor a pass, as well, then we have something to discuss.
Blackbeard
2019-03-07 00:12:54 UTC
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Okay, so I don't identify personally as a liberal Democrat,
but I certainly know people who are, and they're perfectly
nice people in so much as their being liberal Democrats
doesn't bother me while I'm busy doing whatever it is I'm
doing at any given time that has nothing to do with them.
My family often voted for Republicans....

My father thought Nixon was great at the time....
Norman Crinchmeyer
2019-03-10 21:49:50 UTC
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Everyone stereotypes All The Time!!
People of Every Race stereotype!!
Mere human nature.
And often a Personal Protection device.
Stereotypes are merely perceived Realities riding on the crest of time.
A voracious mountain lion has a certain and well-deserved reputation for being a dangerous creature
As does a black widow spider.
As do the unique characteristics of certain kinds/races of people.
The Wise person heeds the stereotypes for his or her own safety and the safety of loved ones.
The Fool disregards the stereotypes and Imperils himself and his loved ones.
Stereotypes serve a Good and Legitimate purpose!!
They give us a sense of direction about how best to react to certain people under certain circumstances.
A Good Thing, I think!!
General Zod
2019-03-10 22:05:31 UTC
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Just a mere cartoon.....

No offense intended....
y***@gmail.com
2019-03-10 22:23:00 UTC
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Is that what you call bigotry and racism now, "stereotyping"?
General Zod
2019-03-10 22:24:55 UTC
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How about the racist attacks on Nelly Black and Ahmos Zu-Bolton???
y***@gmail.com
2019-03-10 22:26:33 UTC
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I haven't seen a single comment I'd call a racist attack against either, George.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-10 22:35:32 UTC
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Yes, I am aware you defend the impostor trolls and their racist posts, Corey.

:)
y***@gmail.com
2019-03-10 22:49:26 UTC
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I see you calling people names, but don't know who you're
talking about. I can't deny someone I don't know. I can
defend free speech simply by choosing to speak freely.
General Zod
2019-03-11 00:26:30 UTC
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Okay fair enough....
y***@gmail.com
2019-03-11 00:28:54 UTC
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Good. Then stop acting like a dumb fuck.
ME
2019-03-11 00:30:26 UTC
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Good. Then stop acting like a dumb fuck.
Corey, zids not acting.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-11 00:53:03 UTC
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Yes, I agree that even if you don't agree with someone, you don't have to speak out about it, Corey
General Zod
2019-03-11 00:59:01 UTC
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ME you are a worthless troll.....
y***@gmail.com
2019-03-10 22:55:48 UTC
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Just because you call someone else a name doesn't
mean I have to agree with your assessment of them.
and just because I don't agree with you, doesn't mean
I'm defending them, or their activity here. Understand?
Terrance General
2019-03-11 03:47:02 UTC
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Everyone stereotypes All The Time!!
People of Every Race stereotype!!
Mere human nature.
And often a Personal Protection device.
Stereotypes are merely perceived Realities riding on the crest of time.
A voracious mountain lion has a certain and well-deserved reputation for being a dangerous creature
As does a black widow spider.
As do the unique characteristics of certain kinds/races of people.
The Wise person heeds the stereotypes for his or her own safety and the safety of loved ones.
The Fool disregards the stereotypes and Imperils himself and his loved ones.
Stereotypes serve a Good and Legitimate purpose!!
They give us a sense of direction about how best to react to certain people under certain circumstances.
A Good Thing, I think!!
My drawing of Corey is the issue....?

Will Dockery™
2019-03-05 18:50:37 UTC
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This is the poem I compared to a Shel Silverstein style.
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-05 18:53:25 UTC
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Unfortunately, that doesn't mean anything to me. I'm familiar
with his work, but have no idea what you mean by his style.
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-06 10:35:27 UTC
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Shel Silverstein was Jewish. This
is a Christian Doppler Effect poem.
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-06 11:27:51 UTC
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It is certainly not anti-Semitic to note
that Shel Silverstein was Jewish, and
that this is a Christian Doppler Effect
poem, because that was his name.
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-06 12:07:23 UTC
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Labels are difficult when talking to or about people.
He's a this, but sometimes he's that. She's all that,
but sometimes she's not. You're a whatever, and I'm
sure I'm me. So we try to communicate with each other
using the same words, but from completely different
perspectives and experiences, never knowing exactly
what each other means by what we say, but trusting
that there's enough similarity between us and our life
experience to know that there is a purpose to it that is
not very different from our own, and understand better.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-05 18:41:10 UTC
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Well, if the poem is a good read, that's one point in your favor.
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-05 18:47:55 UTC
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If you read ithe poem and enjoy it, I'm glad. If
you have something to say about it, even better.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-06 19:37:39 UTC
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I think I remember that you always vote Democrat, right, Pastor Corey?

I've never voted Republican in my life, always Democrat, and in recent years, Libertarian.
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-06 20:14:32 UTC
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I wouldn't vote Libertarian if you
paid me. No offense. I just wouldn't.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-06 20:33:57 UTC
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Trump and Clinton, I had problems with, I tried Jill Stein of the Green Party, and found that she (and the Green Party) supports Anti-Semitic policies against Israel, and so I went with good old weed smoking Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party, for the second time.
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-06 20:45:18 UTC
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Like I said, I wouldn't vote Libertarian if you paid me.
Blackbeard
2019-03-07 05:54:35 UTC
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Trump and Clinton, I had problems with, I tried Jill Stein of the Green Party, and found that she (and the Green Party) supports Anti-Semitic policies against Israel, and so I went with good old weed smoking Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party, for the second time.
That is about right....
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-07 09:50:41 UTC
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We argue about politics like we argue
about football and what's for lunch; not
really all that important; not something
we can affect or change; just something
to talk about to show we know what's up.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-07 13:28:59 UTC
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We argue about politics like we argue
about football and what's for lunch; not
really all that important; not something
we can affect or change; just something
to talk about to show we know what's up.
Like in... who's better Pat Boone or Little Richard?

:)
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-07 13:32:36 UTC
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If you say so.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-07 13:43:58 UTC
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If you say so.
What I was saying is that sports is another topic I would add with religion and politics I don't really care about discussing.

Poetry and music, much better topics.
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-07 14:35:10 UTC
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If you say so, that's fine with me.
Blackbeard
2019-03-08 22:23:12 UTC
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We argue about politics like we argue
about football and what's for lunch; not
really all that important; not something
we can affect or change; just something
to talk about to show we know what's up.
The Buffalo Bills and Alabama Crimson Tide are my sports passion....
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-08 22:27:04 UTC
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My niece is a student at Alabama.
Blackbeard
2019-03-08 22:33:51 UTC
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My niece is a student at Alabama.
That is most outstanding....
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-06 23:00:35 UTC
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Like I said, I wouldn't vote Libertarian if you paid me.
Blackbeard
2019-03-06 23:53:57 UTC
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Like I said, I wouldn't vote Libertarian if you paid me.
Is anyone buying votes these days...?

I am registered...

Ha ha ha ....
General Zod
2019-03-07 14:58:09 UTC
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I will draw your poem..
....
.......
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-07 15:01:20 UTC
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I'd like to see you do that.
General Zod
2019-03-07 15:04:54 UTC
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I will draw it and post it for you....

If you are interested....
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-07 15:08:28 UTC
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Show me!
General Zod
2019-03-07 15:10:19 UTC
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Where do I show you...

On Facebook,?
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-07 15:53:54 UTC
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You can post a link to your picture here.
If it's any good, I can embed it on my blog
under the poem with your name. That way,
whenever the link is posted on Facebook
or wherever, your picture will show up as
the preview pic. How does that sound?
General Zod
2019-03-11 01:38:08 UTC
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Thanks Corey.....
Will Dockery™
2019-03-07 19:54:39 UTC
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Zod has a tough act to follow, after the Rochester drawing of you, Corey.

😊
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-07 20:22:37 UTC
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LOL. If you say so.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-07 20:46:27 UTC
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Rochester is a pretty good cartoonist, don't you think?
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-07 20:51:54 UTC
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Sure.
ME
2019-03-07 20:53:33 UTC
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Rochester is a pretty good cartoonist, don't you think?
Do you think Rochester is a pretty good cartoonist will?
Will Dockery™
2019-03-07 21:00:55 UTC
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Yes, I think Rochester's cartoon rendition of Corey is pretty good.
General Zod
2019-03-07 21:22:50 UTC
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I will draw up a few and hope to meet your standards....
y***@gmail.com
2019-03-08 10:34:26 UTC
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Let's see! Let's see! Let's see!
General Zod
2019-03-08 13:46:02 UTC
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I am working on Rachel drawing. .

You are next. ...
General Zod
2019-03-08 20:14:19 UTC
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I will draw you in a serious art piece Corey....
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-08 21:01:56 UTC
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I thought you were going to do a
drawing of this poem, but whatever.
Let me know when you get it together.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-08 21:25:30 UTC
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I thought you were going to do a
drawing of this poem, but whatever.
Let me know when you get it together.
Zod draws in comic strip style, so you will probably be a part of the poem... just my guess.
h***@gmail.com
2019-03-08 21:26:22 UTC
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Okay, whatever.
Terrance General
2019-03-10 06:57:15 UTC
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There's this thing that's on my mind,
a word that rings. I think you'll find
my mind consumed. Presume to know
what all, and why, I'd like to show
you now just how that ringing word
appears. It's clear to all who've heard
the word before. It sure does ring in
terms of Angel's voice when singing
praise. I raise my lance, defensive
not of what I've got, consent. Give
ear, and hear the word unfurling.
Voices join; send winds a whirl. Bring
this brief missive closure knowing
sound rebounds when ships are slowing.
Reading through this to get some sequential pNELS IN OPERATION.....
Will Dockery™
2019-03-10 09:33:41 UTC
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There's this thing that's on my mind,
a word that rings. I think you'll find
my mind consumed. Presume to know
what all, and why, I'd like to show
you now just how that ringing word
appears. It's clear to all who've heard
the word before. It sure does ring in
terms of Angel's voice when singing
praise. I raise my lance, defensive
not of what I've got, consent. Give
ear, and hear the word unfurling.
Voices join; send winds a whirl. Bring
this brief missive closure knowing
sound rebounds when ships are slowing.
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Doppler Effect a poem by Pastor J. Corey Connor. Art by General Zod aka George Sulzbach. Page One of eight. — at Morris Road Driving Range.
y***@gmail.com
2019-03-10 10:06:45 UTC
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Is 'Dopper Efect' supposed to be a joke, a parody, or something?
Will Dockery™
2019-03-10 10:38:39 UTC
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Is 'Dopper Efect' supposed to be a joke, a parody, or something?
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General Zod has corrected the spelling, and is working on page four as I type this...
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2019-03-10 10:41:57 UTC
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Are you two having fun? Are you trying
to have fun with me, or are you trying to
make fun of me? Either way is totally cool
by me. I jus can't tell whether or not you
are trying to include me in your fun. Thanks.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-10 10:56:22 UTC
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Are you two having fun? Are you trying
to have fun with me, or are you trying to
make fun of me? Either way is totally cool
by me. I jus can't tell whether or not you
are trying to include me in your fun. Thanks.
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y***@gmail.com
2019-03-10 11:07:45 UTC
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No worries. Have fun.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-10 19:06:15 UTC
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There's this thing that's on my mind,
a word that rings. I think you'll find
my mind consumed. Presume to know
what all, and why, I'd like to show
you now just how that ringing word
appears. It's clear to all who've heard
the word before. It sure does ring in
terms of Angel's voice when singing
praise. I raise my lance, defensive
not of what I've got, consent. Give
ear, and hear the word unfurling.
Voices join; send winds a whirl. Bring
this brief missive closure knowing
sound rebounds when ships are slowing.
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Will Dockery™
2019-03-10 19:23:21 UTC
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There's this thing that's on my mind,
a word that rings. I think you'll find
my mind consumed. Presume to know
what all, and why, I'd like to show
you now just how that ringing word
appears. It's clear to all who've heard
the word before. It sure does ring in
terms of Angel's voice when singing
praise. I raise my lance, defensive
not of what I've got, consent. Give
ear, and hear the word unfurling.
Voices join; send winds a whirl. Bring
this brief missive closure knowing
sound rebounds when ships are slowing.
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General Zod
2019-03-10 20:06:16 UTC
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Yes..

Typed letters look better..
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Terrance General
2019-03-10 21:31:30 UTC
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There's this thing that's on my mind,
a word that rings. I think you'll find
my mind consumed. Presume to know
what all, and why, I'd like to show
you now just how that ringing word
appears. It's clear to all who've heard
the word before. It sure does ring in
terms of Angel's voice when singing
praise. I raise my lance, defensive
not of what I've got, consent. Give
ear, and hear the word unfurling.
Voices join; send winds a whirl. Bring
this brief missive closure knowing
sound rebounds when ships are slowing.
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"Doppler Effect" - a poem by Pastor J. Corey Connor. Art by General Zod aka George Sulzbach. Page One of eight. — at Morris Road Driving Range.
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I likes that we shall do it all with that style.......
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