[lit-ideas] Old limerick for Irish Richie

  • From: "- phatic" <phatic@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 3 Jun 2007 11:54:26 +0100

There once was a man from Isis

Whose balls had different sizis

One ball was small

Hardly no ball at all

The other was big and one ...

(and this is where you enter the competition... what is the missing woid
we ax. btw. some say We r stupid just becåse we disagree with some
spelling rule. we beg to differ.)

good evening.

  ----- Original Message -----
  From: "Julie Krueger"
  To: lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  Subject: [lit-ideas] Please correct me if I'm wrong. Please.
  Date: Sun, 3 Jun 2007 02:22:19 -0500

  So.  The Kurds are being hemmed in from the north, as insurgents blew
  up a bridge which was a vital link to Baghdad, and the south, as
  Turkey is poised on the border to attack the Kurds from the South
  (Gates is warning them against doing so, so obviously everything's
  going to be all right).  Major Iraq-type bombs are being found in
  Afghanistan for the first time.  Iran is apparently continuing it's
  search for nuclear power, while Iranian type weaponry is being used
  in Iraq.  And, not having enough groups to kill and be killed by,
  there is now Sunni on Sunni fighting; as BBC says "rival Sunni
  factions".  Somewhere in the midst of all of this Al Qaeda and all
  kinds of Al Qaeda wannabes are running amok.  But we're safer now. 
  Right?  Do I have all of this about right?  (I'm not going to get
  into the Somalia thing, or the Lebanon thing; or the Israel thing, or
  Japan's nuclear aspirations;  there's only so much I can deal with at
  once.)  Condi wants a chance at diplomacy and Cheney wants to take
  the whole lot out.  And Bush, most likely in a hurry to get  everyone
  to ignore the Wars, is now championing a Green plan.  Hooray.  When
  we all die, the earth will be a cleaner place for our .....wait a

  I'm going to go read some trivial piece of fiction now.  My head

  Julie Krueger

The more abstract the truth is that you would teach, the more you have to 
seduce the senses to it.
- Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil


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