[oxfordgamers] Re: Memorial Day

  Even worse, it might lead to him moving the Sansoniverse back toward
"the events that never happened" crossover. Then we might as well all hang
it up and start listening to old Cure and Siouxie Souix albums while
playing Vampire...
                        John

On Mon, 29 Apr 2002, John Phillips wrote:

>   I find that in circumstances such as this the reader tends to suffer
> more than the writer.
>   As an avid reader, I must object from my own self interest.
>                       John
>
> On Mon, 29 Apr 2002 CWilson@xxxxxxxx wrote:
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> > John wrote, "  Because I think that the last thing the world needs is yet
> > another senselessly angst filled writer, I'll also come to your defense. I
> > just insist it all be done bare hand. Same deal as Chad otherwise."
> >
> > John, are you intimating that Ted would someone become an angsty writer if
> > Ashley were sacrificed to the garage gnomes?  I was under the impression
> > writers and painters had to suffer for their art...
> >
> > -w
> >
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> On Poetry
>
> ...the best words in the best order.
>
>                       Samuel Taylor Coleridge(1772-1834)
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On Poetry

...the best words in the best order.

                        Samuel Taylor Coleridge(1772-1834)



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