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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    We did that for awhile about 5 years ago. It was a blast! Just around the local area and on our way back to KS to visit relatives. Don't even know if we have a GPS anymore. It would be fun to start that again.

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  • CeramicCornflake
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  • CeramicCornflake
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    Originally posted by RhymeLovingWriter View Post
    You clean those?
    Well I try....

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    It's all clear here now.

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  • CeramicCornflake
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    Originally posted by RhymeLovingWriter View Post
    I'll stick to poetry in the zone, and getting some blog posts done for now. Oh yeah, and I need to do some more scavenger hunts.
    EJ does geocaching. It sounds like a lot of fun, and I'm almost certain there's a geocache community here in Austin.

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    You clean those?

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  • CeramicCornflake
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    It just started pouring down. Dry day, then boom. Rain. Why for, sky?

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    I'll stick to poetry in the zone, and getting some blog posts done for now. Oh yeah, and I need to do some more scavenger hunts.

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  • CeramicCornflake
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    Why are those metal trays under stove coils so dang hard to clean?????

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    I agree. Though I am a LONG way from attempting either - I like your goals!

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  • CeramicCornflake
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    Originally posted by RhymeLovingWriter View Post
    Good luck with that. Because I imagine making people laugh in real time (especially a crowd) would be immensely gratifying.
    The idea ranks right up there with a stranger enjoying my novel!

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  • CeramicCornflake
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    Hey we're closing in on post 525.

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    Good luck with that. Because I imagine making people laugh in real time (especially a crowd) would be immensely gratifying.

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  • CeramicCornflake
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    Originally posted by RhymeLovingWriter View Post
    Paradise - just don't eat any apples offered by snakes - or has that boat sailed?
    I do believe that offer has expired, although if there were such an apple now, I'd probably eat it after the fact.

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  • CeramicCornflake
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    Originally posted by RhymeLovingWriter View Post
    That's so funny. I'd actually rather sing than speak in front of other people. I can read prepared script, but to wing it - oh man - that takes guts and a whole lot of practice I'd imagine too - unless you're a natural. My son is taking Public Speaking in college this semester and he's already not happy about the number of speeches they have to give. I know it's way different than stand-up, but it is in front of an audience.
    Yeah I don't know. When I try and prepare material it doesn't seem funny the next day. But I'm always making people life in everyday speech. I just need to find a way to harvest that in front of a mic.

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