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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby housecat » 22 Sep 2011, 10:32

I think we could kill it if we had some iocain powder, but man that stuff is tough to come by.
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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby TheGingerMan » 22 Sep 2011, 11:44

I kill any loose threads the moment I walk unto a threshold.
Well, not so much any more, as it's more of damper these daze.
It's invigorating to have a fresh target......
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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby housecat » 22 Sep 2011, 11:50

(Slow smile here.)
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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby TheGingerMan » 22 Sep 2011, 11:56

I'd kill for a slow smile, but it must entail at least half a grimace.
Otherwise there would be only disdain and not even a return half a smile.
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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby housecat » 22 Sep 2011, 12:00

Hmm. How about one of these: :raspberry:
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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby TheGingerMan » 22 Sep 2011, 12:02

If only: though, it must be apt in phrasing and have extra punktuation.
"Turne ye to the strong hold, ye prisoners of hope,
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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby bismarck » 22 Sep 2011, 13:16

Surely you guys can do better than this????

Sorry people! This is all that's left! There will be no thread killing tonight! :lol:
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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby housecat » 22 Sep 2011, 13:48

TheGingerMan wrote:If only: though, it must be apt in phrasing and have extra punktuation.


Ah-ha! Pedantism. Pedantism can be right deadly and we haven't had nearly enough of it here! Huzzah!
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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby TheGingerMan » 23 Sep 2011, 00:09

housecat wrote:
TheGingerMan wrote:If only: though, it must be apt in phrasing and have extra punktuation.


Ah-ha! Pedantism. Pedantism can be right deadly and we haven't had nearly enough of it here! Huzzah!

Bollocks!
This ain't a headmaster here, I'm talking about the actual physics of the diction.

(and a few other writers besides, but this is a southern song to which I am responding) John Fante, Bukowski, Ambose Bierce, Hem, Mencken, Fitz, and yes, even a few southerners like Styron, Capote, Thompson, Faulkner, and of course my personal favourite: John Kennedy Toole.

Fuckers that strived to record for the rest of us that awesome potential of language and it's literature to encapsulate the vast variety of everyday existance.

One day, praise allah, they will dig out me notebooks, and say i tried to do the same.
But in the meantime, I will drink poison, smoke death, and protect the innocent.
Now that's a thin red line, let me tell youse!

Cue:
Fiend
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even to day do I declare that I will render double unto thee:"

~~~ZECHARIAH 9:12

"Or fill high hawkfell of my hand,
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~~~Egill Skallagrimssøn, c.974


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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby housecat » 23 Sep 2011, 00:25

TheGingerMan wrote:
housecat wrote:
TheGingerMan wrote:If only: though, it must be apt in phrasing and have extra punktuation.


Ah-ha! Pedantism. Pedantism can be right deadly and we haven't had nearly enough of it here! Huzzah!

Bollocks!
This ain't a headmaster here, I'm talking about the actual physics of the diction.

(and a few other writers besides, but this is a southern song to which I am responding) John Fante, Bukowski, Ambose Bierce, Hem, Mencken, Fitz, and yes, even a few southerners like Styron, Capote, Thompson, Faulkner, and of course my personal favourite: John Kennedy Toole.

Fuckers that strived to record for the rest of us that awesome potential of language and it's literature to encapsulate the vast variety of everyday existance.

One day, praise allah, they will dig out me notebooks, and say i tried to do the same.
But in the meantime, I will drink poison, smoke death, and protect the innocent.
Now that's a thin red line, let me tell youse!

Cue:
Fiend

I have really, really missed you! :thumbsup:
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