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Autocorrect Zen

Type the following without cursing:

(1)
Ride with the tide and go with the flow.
Rade wath tha tade and ga wath tha flaw.
Rede weth the tede end ge weth the flew. 68 more words

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Senate (Tritina)

Senate (Tritina)

Not imposition, but welcome.  The way
cooperation welcomes coercion, turning the
tenor of the intended phrase, opening

the statement to interpretation, opening
a point without dissension, in the way… 111 more words

Poetry

Two Hebrew words

  1. As part of my 2018 plan to read mostly books older than me, I’m reading Bleak House.  Found this, said of an urchin:

“He’s as obstinate a young 

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Language

Midflight digression III Yoon Yong on language (8:37 a.m.)

The 4th poem from my long narrative poem Yoon Yong. (If you go to ‘Korea Poems’ in the menu, you can find the first 3.) 349 more words

Poetry

Huh? What Did You Say?

Do you know we have a word in English that means “to piss at night”? Or rather, that would be a verb. I guess it just means “pissing at night”. 568 more words

Language

Candido Brognolo (Google Books)

Luce e ombra rivista mensile illustrata di scienze spiritualistiche

https://books.google.com.ph/books?id=yzFRinFzcY0C – Translate this page
1912 – ‎Snippet view – ‎More editions
sotto forme mostruose, o belluine, come di porci, cani, caproni ecc. 818 more words

Cars

In his 1956 poem, “America,” Beat poet Allen Ginsberg had asked a pertinent question about cars in America: Why do cars sell at $2500 apiece, whereas a product of artisanal penmanship like a “strophe” doesn’t sell at all? 305 more words

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