Friday, July 21, 2006

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  1. Oh, come on! This is too much.

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  2. Missing??? Really???
    No...tell me this is a joke!

    Talk about being a puppet on a string! I think all my cords have been cut this morning!

    Cosmo- if you are out there and you can read this- I miss you already!

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  3. /bark bark bark

    howwwwwwwwl! LMAO! vaya con dios!

    /grrr

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  4. Pondering -- how can one be FOUND missing? Is not missing -- missing? Is not found -- found?

    I am confused.

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  5. oh i do love this!

    hahahaha - found missing indeed - by whom? - agents unknown apparently - hahahahaha!

    sir percy should get on the case and quit grumbling about publicity stunts.

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  6. as I feared...

    recent turnings to matters dark within the bowels of the NY Poet Department... and now this... where will it all end?

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  7. Um, if Sir Cosmo is missing, and Sancho's haning out at Percival's, who's posting this?

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  8. Yes, the quilldancer seems to hit at the truth.
    Reminds me of the psychaitrist, who leaning back in his chair asked his patient, there, "so....Have you cheated on yer wife?"
    To which the grinning patient replied, "who else?"

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  9. Aliens perhaps, x-dell?

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  10. Great so now we have to read poems written by a wombat?

    The Wombat

    The wombat lives across the seas,
    Among the far Antipodes.
    He may exist on nuts and berries,
    Or then again, on missionaries;
    His distant habitat precludes
    Conclusive knowledge of his moods,
    But I would not engage the wombat
    In any form of mortal combat.

    -- Ogden Nash

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  11. Does this mean Sancho finally gets the horse?

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  12. Take it from me: Sancho no longer wants that horse.

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  13. Cosmo- really, it's been all day!
    I hope all is well with you~

    -Mayden :)

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  14. well, if you weren't "found missing" you could come by for mint juleps and Jack Daniels.

    Perhaps the wombat might imbibe?

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  15. chuckle, chorckle, gufawww....

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  16. If he doesn't return, any chance I could have his mint julep?

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  17. Lee, You never cease
    putting a smile on my face. SEE :)

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  18. Do Wombat's hibernate?

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  19. Bruce of BrisbaneJuly 23, 2006

    No, they don't.

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  20. "Friendship is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies~"

    -Aristotle

    Wherever you are- I will always consider you a friend.

    -Cora :)

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  21. There are probably many good things to be said for anonymity.

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  22. AnonymousJuly 24, 2006

    Who said that?

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  23. Yes.

    Or wazziz name on 2nd...

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  24. I would like to know where you are too.
    because I am bored and lonely today and wish that you would come out and play.

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  25. Have you gone fishing with Percy?

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  26. No, not the fishing boat, he's probably gone off in the mothership.

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  27. really cosmo, this is annoying now.

    i want to invite you to come write a cinquain (i'm sure you are capable of such a task), but alas, you are still not about.

    you missed the mint julep party (lee- you should have dropped by - plenty for all - can you write cinquains? do try!)

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  28. What, pray tell, is a cinquain?

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  29. I was wondering about that, too -- found this on google -- it sounds like it might be right(?)

    CINQUAIN
    The traditional cinquain is based on a syllable count.

    line 1 - 2 syllables
    line 2 - 4 syllables
    line 3 - 6 syllables
    line 4 - 8 syllables
    line 5 - 2 syllables

    The modern cinquain is based on a word count of words of a certain type.

    line 1 - one word (noun) a title or name of the subject
    line 2 - two words (adjectives) describing the title
    line 3 - three words (verbs) describing an action related to the title
    line 4 - four words describing a feeling about the titlem, a complete sentence
    line 5 - one word referring back to the title of the poem

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  30. triangles
    pointy edges
    revolving, rotating, angling
    Triangles are all different.
    180o

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  31. I am sure bird can come up with a better example......but this is the idea. Someone sat up nights figuring out formula poetry. I think. haha

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  32. does anyone else think it odd that the guy whose blog this is, is not even here, but all of the rest of us are here blogging our brains out... am beginning to think this Cosmo cat has like, a real life...

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  33. Godot should be here any minute, but who is on 3rd, not 2nd.

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  34. Idunno...

    AYII II I I I I

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  35. /t: I Don't Know is on third base.

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  36. Wow!

    fine lady,
    steeped in classics!

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  37. Cosmo???....yuu..huu!!!..anybody home??

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  38. Hello-lo-lo-lo-lo...

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  39. Came over for some inspiration, found nothing!

    :(

    Should we let the police now....any one?

    Missing in action??

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  40. the problem is the policeman has gone fishin'. so, this seems rather hopeless!

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  41. So when does "Morning" come, Cosmo?

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  42. morning?

    omg, c is dead!

    a wake, then

    4 morning

    c

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  43. dead c
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    scrolls

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  44. so sorry c

    morning u

    /t.

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  45. /t: That. was. awesome. More, more, more cleverness!

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  46. HEEEEEEEEYYYY!!!!...( bangin' on door!!)

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  47. Joining Lux......banging on door!
    Hey, this feels gooood!

    Can't find a copper, something about a payrise strike....LOL

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  48. AnonymousJuly 29, 2006

    dead c > scrolls! very funny!

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