“…and the whole thing would settle to the sea floor, silting over almost instantly with the world’s steady accretion of data.”
So, back to children of men, today. Have you been watching the UK? Geez.I'm still looking for that break to come have a chat and a pint.
thinking of our dear friend the father, Pascal once penned that, 'The heart has its reasons which reason knows not of.'.....maybe that's what real love looks like...ah, what do i know....hope to meet you with the belfast campers soon....
harbour, this is fine when tempered with 'carpe diem is an onion'!xxCS
Tell you what, kemosabe, I got a deal for ya--how 'bout if you write a little more on your blog then I'll write a little more on mine? Shake?
Brother McAlpine,I'll happily note that I don't update as often as any self-respecting blogger genuinely committed to the art should, but it's odd to receive such a taunt from an individual who hasn't offered a fresh blog word since February 28th.Please consider blessing us with a brand new infusion of Get Fresh Flow.Living in a glass house,jdd
in case ya'll haven't noticed, 'rants and complaints' is back in action lately. like a church kid coming forward at the altar call for the tenth or twentieth time ("this time i mean it"), here i am breathing new life into this oft-buried vessel... largely in hopes that my increased output will inspire (or shame?) one or the other of you into following suit.cmon. bring back the rock.
have you heard?http://www.cnn.com/2007/US/07/11/marlette.obit.ap/index.html
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