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To the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady -- Richard Brodie, 17:14:35 07/19/02 Fri

The most familiar lines from Alexander Pope's
"Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady":

How lov'd, how honour'd once, avails thee not,
To whom related, or by whom begot;
A heap of dust alone remains of thee;
'Tis all thou art, and all the proud shall be!
=
Whether awash in plaudits, pull, and loot,
Or so abhorred that no one gives a hoot;
Lo, ye then have a drab and awful doom;
Oh, hello! Welcome to the restful tomb!

- Richard Brodie

http://www.therubaiyat.com/
http://www.alfredwelsh.com/
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[> Re: To the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady: Excellent! *NOM*, Richard! -- Jaybur, 18:33:49 07/19/02 Fri
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[> [> Thanks for the NOM and Second, Janet and Richard -- Richard Brodie, 16:31:37 07/20/02 Sat

And a belated thanks also, for those who put me back into the winners circle after a long absence. It was an honor to be second place in Special, after Mey's incredible production. It is gratifying to see how endlessly varied is the scope which Ars Magna provides for the human imagination.
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[> Great, Richard! Nom seconded. -- Richard G, 22:00:42 07/19/02 Fri
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Roman Holiday = Maryland, Ohio -- Spersitraut, 12:55:46 07/20/02 Sat

Roman Holiday = Maryland, Ohio
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The Sick Rose By William Blake -- Adrian H, 23:03:47 07/19/02 Fri

O Rose, thou art sick!
The invisible worm
That flies in the night,
In the howling storm,

Has found out thy bed
Of crimson joy:
And his dark secret love
Does thy life destroy.

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William Blake's "The Sick Rose" offers the hint that even in the young, most joyously attractive, blooms hidden horridness, hidden sorcery within.

It's food for thought.

---
Adrian
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[> Re: The Sick Rose By William Blake *LONG NOM* Brilliant! -- Richard G, 00:40:34 07/20/02 Sat
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[> [> [*LONG NOM* Brilliant!] Cheers, Richard :) -- Adrian H, 00:49:50 07/20/02 Sat
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[> [> Re: *LONG NOM* Brilliant! Seconded! -- Jaybur, 01:05:22 07/20/02 Sat
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Wayside flowers = We saw rosy field. -- Jaybur, 18:44:33 07/19/02 Fri
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[> [We saw rosy field.] Nice, Janet! GEN NOM -- Richard G, 22:04:51 07/19/02 Fri
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[> [> Re: [Nice, Janet! GEN NOM] Thanks, Richard. -- Jaybur, 01:03:10 07/20/02 Sat
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jan peter balkenende = en tepel kan je braden... -- ferry, 00:02:04 07/20/02 Sat

jan peter balkenende
= en tepel kan je braden




--
Posted using Sater anagram checker v. 5.0 (online)
http://www.xs4all.nl/~onnoz/maanrag/sater.html
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Boxing 2: Lennox Lewis CBE = Noble win excels. -- Jaybur, 02:12:09 07/19/02 Fri
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[> Re: Boxing 2: Lennox Lewis CBE = Boxin' well scene. -- Jaybur, 23:11:07 07/19/02 Fri
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The frail, tense ~ feel the strain. -- Jaybur, 18:41:54 07/19/02 Fri
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Martha's Homemade Spam -- Mey K., 08:27:19 07/19/02 Fri


<Itameri-Kinter@ABigClick.zzn.com> bothered me with:

>The Growth Stock Report !! Special Situations Alert !!

For some reason I'm not particualry inclined to invest in the market right now... Besides, the Home-Ec Guru beat you to it:


Fellow Investors, What has defined winning investments you've had in the past? Many will agree it was good or perfect timing. There are people who bought IBM back in January at $120 and they are losing money right now as IBM currently trades in the low $70's!! There are also people who bought small and microcaps in the same time period and are making money!! Why? Because they had good timing, that's why. Today's featured company, Indiginet just recently started trading on NASDAQ's Bulletin Board under the symbol, "IGTT". You may feel after doing your due diligence that it represents good timing for you, right here, right now!! ( Source for Price Info:Yahoo Finance Historical). This reference to past performance is specially selected to be referenced based on its favorable/unfavorable performance.

=

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* Iraqi Flags
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Bye and good health,
Martha


Later,
Mey K.
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[> Re: Martha's Homemade Spam: A homemade NOM, Mey! -- Jaybur, 18:36:06 07/19/02 Fri
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Sweeney Todd, the Broadway musical -- David A. Green, 08:14:08 07/19/02 Fri

Stephen Sondheim's Broadway musical 'Sweeney Todd, the demon barber of Fleet Street' =

He cuts newsmen's throats wide from ear to ear, blended body, then sold beefy meat pies!
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[> Re: Sweeney Todd, the Broadway musical *NOM* (Long) -- Jaybur, 18:32:10 07/19/02 Fri
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The Tour de France = Race often hurted. -- Jaybur, 18:30:01 07/19/02 Fri
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The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers = A greater bunch of unemployed highborn fools -- Wayne Baisley, 05:20:32 07/19/02 Fri

In "honour" of the Open in Gullane.

Cheers,
Wayne
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[> Not familiar with it but I'm sure it's close enough... Excellent! *NOM* -- Mey K., 08:09:41 07/19/02 Fri
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[> Excellent. *NOM*ination seconed! -- Mattias Inghe, 17:54:55 07/19/02 Fri
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Jolie & Thornton -- Mey K., 08:23:18 07/19/02 Fri


Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton, two rather, er, colorful celebrities, have announced they are breaking up their 2-year marriage, shocking absolutely noone.

Jolie and Thornton are splitting up
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The pair end nuptials? Jolting!... or not.

>:)

Later!,
Mey K.
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Marconi = I'm no car! -- Jaybur, 02:14:35 07/19/02 Fri
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Boxing: The noble art = Belt another! -- Jaybur, 02:08:30 07/19/02 Fri
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Sport -- Mattias Inghe, 00:00:12 07/19/02 Fri

Tour de France =
Fractured one

The Olympic Games =
Epitome gym clash
Some mighty place
Me simply go cheat
Holy campsite gem

The Isle of Man =
No lame fetish
Almost fine, eh?

The Ironman =
Nah, no merit
Oh! Arm in net!
Not in harem
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[> Re: Sport: *NOM* for The Olympic Games = Epitome gym clash -- Jaybur, 01:57:02 07/19/02 Fri
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The Maid of Orleans = Damsel on a hot fire ! -- Zoran R., 01:52:52 07/17/02 Wed
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[> Re: The Maid of Orleans = Damsel on a hot fire ! -- David A. Green, 09:00:24 07/17/02 Wed

This is excellent. But it's a little tautological to describe fire as hot, so perhaps the following is even better: A hot damsel on fire!

I've also found: Oh, roasted in flame.....
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[> [> Re: The Maid of Orleans = Damsel on a hot fire ! -- Zoran R., 03:29:13 07/18/02 Thu

>This is excellent. But it's a little tautological to
>describe fire as hot, so perhaps the following is even
>better: A hot damsel on fire!
>
Thanks,but I think this change can corrupt the anagram.
She can not be "hot damsel" (even if you watch hot Mila
Yovovich on movie).When I imagine her on stake,surrounded by the crowd,"hot fire" makes that expression stronger.

BTW,I found on Google 23300 pages with "hot fire" and
13500 with "cold ice",so it is not so abnormal.

>I've also found: Oh, roasted in flame.....

I like it !


Zoran
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[> [> [> Re: The Maid of Orleans = Damsel on a hot fire ! * NOM * -- David A. Green, 05:45:58 07/18/02 Thu

>>This is excellent. But it's a little tautological to
>>describe fire as hot, so perhaps the following is even
>>better: A hot damsel on fire!
>>
>Thanks,but I think this change can corrupt the anagram.
>She can not be "hot damsel" (even if you watch hot
>Mila
>Yovovich on movie).When I imagine her on
>stake,surrounded by the crowd,"hot fire" makes that
>expression stronger.
>
>BTW,I found on Google 23300 pages with "hot fire" and
>13500 with "cold ice",so it is not so abnormal.
>
>>I've also found: Oh, roasted in flame.....
>
>I like it !
>

>Zoran

Yes, on second consideration your original version works much better. A well-deserved NAMES NOM, Zoran.
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[> [> [> [> Re: The Maid of Orleans = Damsel on a hot fire ! * NOM * - Thanks,David ! -- Zoran R., 09:01:24 07/18/02 Thu
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[> [> [> [> Re: The Maid of Orleans = Damsel on a hot fire ! * NOM * -- Richard G, 01:10:48 07/19/02 Fri

[snip]
>Yes, on second consideration your original version
>works much better. A well-deserved NAMES NOM, Zoran.

Seconded! I agree Zoran's original is the better version.

>>>I've also found: Oh, roasted in flame.....
>>I like it !

Me too! NAME NOM for David as well.

RG
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[> The Maid of Orleans = Foolish teen drama (and more) -- Mattias Inghe, 22:27:12 07/17/02 Wed

Many good grams hidden there:

The maid of Orleans =

Foolish teen drama
(In a way, it was)

Heroine, almost fad
(Almost!?)

Oath indorse flame
(O yea it did)

Oft-slain hero dame
(Everytime the story is retold)

Dome of heart slain
(Dunno what it means, but it sure sounds poetic)
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a bunch -- Matjaz P., 01:37:16 07/18/02 Thu


Pop music = 'Cos I pump.
A mighty word = Gad I'm worthy.
A medalist = Aimed last.
A dead plant .. add a planet.
The quickest adapt = Ah, aptest quit deck.
No emotions is monotone.

Matjaz P.
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[> Re: a bunch *NOM* -- Mey K., 07:51:26 07/18/02 Thu


>No emotions is monotone.

My fave! Gen Nom.

Later!,
Mey K.
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[> [> No emotions is monotone (M.P) O, it's one *NOM* ! (Z.R.) -- Zoran R., 09:08:28 07/18/02 Thu
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Saying... and thinking (II) -- Mey K., 07:23:44 07/16/02 Tue


Could we keep the relationship open?
=
(OK, I can sleep nude with other people!)


>:)

Later,
Mey K.
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[> Re: Saying... and thinking (II) Nom! Rude, I guess. -- Mattias Inghe, 00:22:25 07/18/02 Thu

>
>Could we keep the relationship open?
>=
>(OK, I can sleep nude with other people!)

Bwaha. :) I wanna nominate this. But is it rude, or general?


Here's an antigram on the same subject...
"We need to talk" <> Total weekend!
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[> [> Re: Saying... and thinking (II) Nom! Rude, I guess. -- Mey K., 08:00:25 07/18/02 Thu


>>Could we keep the relationship open?
>>=
>>(OK, I can sleep nude with other people!)
>
>Bwaha. :) I wanna nominate this. But is it rude, or
>general?

thanks Mattias! I dunno, probably General, as it's crudeness is quite moderate.

>Here's an antigram on the same subject...
>"We need to talk" <> Total weekend!

Oh, those 4 awful words... Another variation:

We have to talk = That weak love...

Later,
Mey K.
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Another anagrams about Joan of Arc -- Zoran R., 02:23:42 07/17/02 Wed

The maid of Orleans
=
And tale of heroism
Freedom has tail,no ?
So,in a red-hot flame.
Final,morose death.


Zoran
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[> Little changes for collection of anagrams (Joan of Arc) -- Zoran R., 03:08:11 07/18/02 Thu

Now it even looks like some poem.


The maid of Orleans
=
Damsel on a hot fire
And tale of heroism
So,in a red-hot flame
Moans for the ideal
Final,morose death.

Zoran
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Steve Irwin, The Crocodile Hunter -- Wayne Baisley, 16:05:08 07/15/02 Mon

Steve Irwin, The Crocodile Hunter=
The television writher-conducer
Discover the White Nile Trouncer
Televised with run once or thrice

Perhaps he should stay out of North Carolina? --
Delicious chew on the River Trent
Undocile to wretches in the river

These trochili were not incurved!

Cheers,
Wayne
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[> Re: Steve Irwin, The Crocodile Hunter: Ent. NOM for 'The television writher-conducer' Wayne! -- Jaybur, 20:53:24 07/16/02 Tue
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[> Re: Steve Irwin, The Crocodile Hunter = TV cliche. I.e, it weren't horrendous. -- Mattias Inghe, 00:09:41 07/18/02 Thu
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The art of anagramming -- Mattias Inghe, 20:51:57 07/17/02 Wed

A format nag nightmare
Formatting anagram, eh? (obvious)
For heir: Tag man ~ "Am Tang!"
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The O'Reilly Factor = Art o' heretic folly -- Mattias Inghe, 19:31:33 07/17/02 Wed
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Masaccio's "La Trinita" = So I acclaim an artist -- Adrian H, 22:19:00 07/15/02 Mon
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[> Re: Masaccio's "La Trinita" = So I acclaim an artist *ENT NOM*, Adrian. -- Richard G, 03:28:04 07/16/02 Tue
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[> [> [Re: Masaccio's "La Trinita" = So I acclaim an artist *ENT NOM*] Thanks, RG. -- Adrian H, 19:48:22 07/16/02 Tue
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Solitary -- Wayne Baisley, 03:31:15 07/12/02 Fri

[Sorry if this duplicates yesterday's posting to a.a. I'm just now trying to get caught up with the new directions of my old friends.]

If I were in S.C., I'd spend my time doing anagrams of it, of course! Here are some more to add to the collection ...

Ancient. Flinty. Morose.
Can't see in flinty room.
Cement floor, insanity.
Container, often slimy
Controls meanie. Nifty.
Fair lost in yon cement.
Fancy nil-sin roomette.
Felony merit sanction?
Fits loner con, anytime.
For men, in a tiny closet.
"Infernal" comes to "tiny".
Innately _sine_ comfort.
Innocent flies to Mary.
Interaction? On my self.
It's my felon container.
Leitmotif: "one's cranny"
Manifestly nonerotic.
Matt Cori's Felony Inne
Meanin' strictly one-of.
Mine, sanctity of loner.
My life in can -- Too stern.
No, I'm not scantily free.
No it isn't fancy, Elmore.
Notice my arse on flint?
Not so many in, I reflect.
One life. Most tyrannic.
Oneself, intimacy-torn.
Rant, "My life not so nice!"
Rot in fancy limestone.
'S informal, yet not nice.
Smitten in cry of "Alone!"
Some flinty container!

And, because I'd have more time than taste, there'd be the also-rans:

Ain't leniency for most.
Any reticent in Folsom?
Felony's Intern-O-Matic
No, let iron sanctify me.
City in fenestral moon
Come into infernal sty.
Connotes my life in art.
Inclement. A soft irony.
Monastery inflection
My son, a tin reflection
Men's fancy iron toilet
Are not flimsy, not nice.
It's only for manic teen.
Fits "intern-al" economy.
Lost in cannery of time.
Stony. Maleficent iron.
Lonesome, tyrannic fit
My nonfiction relates.
My life not certain, son.
Comfy? Sentential iron!
Somnolence. I try faint.
An f-in' termites' colony!
... or cotenants in my life.
Not any? In terms of lice?
Loon in sync after time.
Comes into final entry.
Comfort seen in litany.
Eminently, act of irons
Ton o' Feen-A-Mint lyrics
Infection, Roman style
Frantic? Moo intensely!
Crafty mole in tension
Cry of metal in tension
Cry of lame intentions.
Iron, stone fit clay men.
Cement-only is not fair.
Mofo in a snit recently.
Stayin' in cool ferment.
"Only Cretin" Manifesto
City of lone mannerist
One of stern militancy
Miscreant into felony?
Mortify in lone ascent
Rein nasty mofo "client".
Nice loser. Not many fit.
I ran my "no contest" life.
Nonaction. Tire myself.
Rest -- my nonaction life
No, I may not lift screen.
Licit, nasty -- None for me!
Al fresco, I'm nonentity.
Manic loony in fetters.
'Tis nice, yet nonformal.
Notoriety, if clansmen.
Claim entry, "not so fine."
Eminent olfactory sin
Nonlife's yet romantic.
Sectional for tiny men
Time flies, canny or not.
Felt moony in canister.
Tiny men's cartoon life
Nanny cloister of time
Interns come in to flay.
Once more stay in flint.
Set in flint y con amore.
Only confetti remains.
Confirms entity alone.
Constant irony, me life.
Contains not my relief.
Or a life in my contents.
Controls a fine enmity.
Enormity: Contain self.
No can stifle enormity.
Entrance is only motif.
Insolent man. Ferocity.
It's not Florence in May.
Foments irony in eclat.
Mystic inlet for an eon.
Tiny, solo. Frenetic man.
Friction, one-man style.
Innocent's fairy motel.
Ninety tons of miracle
Monocrat's feelin' tiny.
A monster city of Lenin
Motion in flat scenery
Nicotine felt masonry.
Meyran's nicotine loft
Let me sanctify no iron.
"Sanction felonry" time
More life non-sanctity
Fitment-only scenario
Since one may not flirt ...
Tenacity in lone forms
My life's traction: None
Ailment: Cry of tension
Ain't solemn for nicety.
Inflict any more stone?
Fools certain tiny men.
Tyrannic Motel, so fine

Cheers,
Wayne
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[> Re: Solitary -- Wayne Baisley, 03:39:43 07/12/02 Fri

And, of course, it's "solitary confinement".

Cheers,
Wayne
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[> Re: Solitary Confinement: *NOM* Special? Welcome to the Forum, Wayne! -- Jaybur, 03:56:08 07/12/02 Fri
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[> Re: Solitary -- Paul Pan, 07:23:53 07/12/02 Fri

Welcome :)

Wayne Baisley
=
Easily a newby
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[> [> Re: Solitary -- Larry Brash, 08:53:04 07/12/02 Fri

>Welcome :)
>
>Wayne Baisley
>=
>Easily a newby

New only to the Forum (Welcome, Wayne, BTW). Wayne has been an alt.anagram members as long as I have, if not longer. His famous surreal anagram sets are his trademark.
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[> [> [> Welcome, Wayne! Great to have you on board. -- Richard G, 14:26:24 07/12/02 Fri
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[> [> [> [> Re: Welcome, Wayne! Great to have you on board. -- Wayne Baisley, 16:07:43 07/12/02 Fri

Thanks, everybody. It's nice to be here. And thanks for the nom, Janet!

One quick question: Is there any tie between the new forum and a.a? Or are (some of) you manually cross-posting? A very superficial traipse through the new FAQ didn't seem to address this question directly.

I'm feeling fat and sassy!
And a self-satisfying Me!
Alimenting daffy asses!
As I'm fine and felt gassy!
Enemas, if fat lady sings!
Fantasying I'm fadeless!
Fasting days? Fie, Anselm!
Final FAA system design!
Mega-daffy saintliness!
Satan-defying life mass!

Cheers,
Wayne
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[> Re: Solitary -- Mey K., 20:54:30 07/14/02 Sun


<snip fabulous stuff>

A much belated welcome back, Waybe! It's amazing to see how many good ones you can produce from a single phrase; some, from both lists, are almost classic! [if only I was a smoker... ;)]
Well done.

Later!,
Mey K.
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[> Re: Solitary - warning Rude -- Richard Brodie, 18:08:10 07/16/02 Tue

Fornicate, moist Lynne.
Into fly, Norma entices.
Flimsy erection, Anton.
Romney felt, onanistic.
Note Anny's erotic film.
Men score on nifty tail.
Lynn of nice tits - Amore!
Incest? One torn family!
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Three in charge -- Mey K., 21:04:42 07/14/02 Sun


I wonder why such a winning team can't come to an agreement?...

Ariel Sharon, Yasser Arafat and Geroge Bush
=
Sheer Fat-Arse, Aging Arab and Sorry U.S. A-Hole

:(

Later,
Mey K.
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[> Re: Three in charge *NOM* -- Richard G, 02:36:16 07/15/02 Mon

>Ariel Sharon, Yasser Arafat and George Bush
>=
>Sheer Fat-Arse, Aging Arab and Sorry U.S. A-Hole

Or maybe drop that last space? ;) Name nom either way!

RG
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[> Re: Three in charge SECONDED - very funny!! -- Larry Brash, 12:35:25 07/15/02 Mon

>
>I wonder why such a winning team can't come to an
>agreement?...
>
>Ariel Sharon, Yasser Arafat and Geroge Bush
>=
>Sheer Fat-Arse, Aging Arab and Sorry U.S. A-Hole
>
>:(
>
>Later,
>Mey K.
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[> [> Re: Three in charge SECONDED - very funny!! -- Mey K., 07:21:48 07/16/02 Tue


>>Ariel Sharon, Yasser Arafat and Geroge Bush
>>=
>>Sheer Fat-Arse, Aging Arab and Sorry U.S. A-Hole

Thank you both! Yes, letting go of that gap sprang to mind, but I thought it would be confusing. I guess it's OK!

Later,
Mey K.
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Patrick Stewart = Act as "Trek" twirp. -- Hans-Peter, 04:13:49 07/15/02 Mon
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[> Nice One, H-PR. Name NOM -- Larry Brash, 12:31:53 07/15/02 Mon
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[> [> Re: Nice One, H-PR. Name NOM Thanks Larry. -- Hans-Peter, 17:24:57 07/15/02 Mon
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[> Re: Patrick Stewart = Act as "Trek" twirp. (RUDE) -- Adrian H, 01:29:29 07/16/02 Tue

The actor Patrick Stewart =
Heroic Star Trek Capt.? Twat!

---
Adrian
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Beaver (RUDE) -- Adrian H, 22:15:32 07/15/02 Mon

Beaver's smell ~ resembles lav.

---
Adrian
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The funniest joke in the world -- Richard G, 03:11:15 07/15/02 Mon

Wenn ist das Nunstueck git und Slotermeyer?
Ja! Beiherhund das Oder die Flipperwaldt gersput!

=

Why did a dead pink parrot cross the street?
Its new, unfurled plumage just needed blue-rinsing.

RG
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Silent Scream = Cries, laments. -- Mey K., 21:01:47 07/14/02 Sun
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[> Great! GEN(?) NOM -- Richard G, 02:26:54 07/15/02 Mon
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Wimbeldon streaker = Naked sir meet world -- Mattias Inghe, 23:55:53 07/08/02 Mon

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/tennis/2002/wimbledon/news/2002/07/07/wimbledonstreaker_ap/
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[> Not quite, unfortunately (B became D). A shame because it would have been a great 'gram, Mattias. -- Richard G, 01:39:46 07/09/02 Tue
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[> [> Oh, darn. Better doublecheck next time. -- Mattias Inghe, 02:29:50 07/09/02 Tue
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[> [> [> Re: Oh, darn. Better doublecheck next time. -- Zoran R., 01:20:47 07/10/02 Wed

Mattias Inghe
=
That is enigma !


Zoran
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[> Re: (Wimbeldon streaker = Naked sir meet world) A streaker at Wimbledon = At worst, I'm a naked rebel! -- Jaybur, 03:14:10 07/10/02 Wed
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[> [> A streaker at Wimbledon = At worst, I'm a naked rebel. THAT'S THE ONE, JB. TOPICAL NOM, -- Larry Brash, 22:46:35 07/10/02 Wed
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[> [> [> Re: A streaker at Wimbledon = At worst, I'm a naked rebel. THAT'S THE ONE, JB. TOPICAL NOM, Thanks, LB! -- Jaybur, 00:09:41 07/11/02 Thu
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[> [> Re: A streaker at Wimbledon = At worst, I'm a naked rebel! - I bow, and second this nomination. Brilliant! -- Mattias Inghe, 00:24:23 07/11/02 Thu
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[> [> [> Re: A streaker at Wimbledon = At worst, I'm a naked rebel! - I bow, and second this nomination. Brilliant! Thanks, Mattias! -- Jaybur, 08:45:01 07/11/02 Thu
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[> [> Re: (Wimbeldon streaker = Naked sir meet world) A streaker at Wimbledon = At worst, I'm a naked rebel! -- Hampton Large, 06:01:03 07/11/02 Thu

Male twink dares to bare.
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[> [> Re: (Wimbeldon streaker = Naked sir meet world) A streaker at Wimbledon = At worst, I'm a naked rebel! -- Hampton Large, 06:02:18 07/11/02 Thu

A Womble skin dare treat.
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[> [> Re: (Wimbeldon streaker = Naked sir meet world) A streaker at Wimbledon = At worst, I'm a naked rebel! -- Hampton Large, 06:04:04 07/11/02 Thu

Old bits. (Mere wanker!).
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[> [> Re: (Wimbeldon streaker = Naked sir meet world) A streaker at Wimbledon = At worst, I'm a naked rebel! -- Hampton Large, 06:27:46 07/11/02 Thu

I demonstrate bare walk.
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[> [> Re: (Wimbeldon streaker = Naked sir meet world) A streaker at Wimbledon = At worst, I'm a naked rebel! -- Hampton Large, 06:30:58 07/11/02 Thu

I demonstrate bare walk.
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[> [> [> Re: Wimbeldon streaker = I demonstrate bare walk. IMHO, your best entry! A *NOM* for you, as well! -- Mey K., 08:05:36 07/11/02 Thu
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[> [> Re: (Wimbeldon streaker = Naked sir meet world) A streaker at Wimbledon = At worst, I'm a naked rebel! -- Hampton Large, 06:35:57 07/11/02 Thu

No tits, lawbreaker dame?
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[> [> Re: (Wimbeldon streaker = Naked sir meet world) Male wanker: "Do bare tits!" -- Hampton Large, 06:41:56 07/11/02 Thu

Male wanker: "Do bare tits!"
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[> Re: Wimbeldon streaker = Naked sir meet world -- Hampton Large, 05:58:13 07/11/02 Thu

>http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/tennis/2002/wimbledon/
>news/2002/07/07/wimbledonstreaker_ap/
Wrinkled meat bores.
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[> Re: Wimbeldon streaker = Naked sir meet world -- Wayne Baisley, 16:22:31 07/14/02 Sun

Bold wankermeister
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[> [> Funny! Topical/Rude nom, Wayne. -- Richard G, 02:23:15 07/15/02 Mon
[1315]

Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station = Ion reactor has recently blown up. -- David A. Green, 06:44:21 07/14/02 Sun
[1304]

[> Re: Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station = Ion reactor has recently blown up. -- Richard G, 02:21:49 07/15/02 Mon

Alas, Google tells me ion reactors are something to do with mining and/or Doctor Who's battle with the Ice Warriors. ;) A great shame, as the rest of the 'gram is great!

Possible fix:
Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station =
O, has recently blown up in reactor.

RG
[1314]

United We Stand -- Danny M., 02:57:03 07/14/02 Sun

>United We Stand = A dud tenet wins!
[1303]

[> Nice one Danny! Welcome to the Anagrammy Forum. -- Richard G, 02:10:20 07/15/02 Mon
[1313]

No laughing matter = Mourn that gag line! -- Jaybur, 20:18:22 07/14/02 Sun
[1309]

Simon Wiesenthal's autobiography 'Justice not Vengeance' -- David A. Green, 09:36:39 07/13/02 Sat

Simon Wiesenthal's autobiography 'Justice not Vengeance' =
O, a responsible voice. You hunt the men acting against Jews.
[1301]

[> Re: Simon Wiesenthal's autobiography 'Justice not Vengeance' *Ent. NOM* David. -- Jaybur, 20:16:36 07/14/02 Sun
[1308]

[Howzat!] Marcus Trescothick = O, such smart cricket! -- Jaybur, 19:53:34 07/14/02 Sun
[1307]

"Down there" = The Wonder -- Wayne Baisley, 14:28:16 07/14/02 Sun
[1305]

Slightly rude... -- Mattias Inghe, 01:06:21 07/13/02 Sat

A concubine = Can I bounce?
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[> Rude nom, nice image Mattias. :) -- Richard G, 01:59:47 07/14/02 Sun
[1302]

Increase Breast Size -- Maiitas Inghe, 03:37:28 07/13/02 Sat

Increase Breast Size =
Sieze nearest bra! [sic]

also:
I sense a craze bestir
Citizens sees bra era
Set bra, sieze arsenic
Canīt seize brassiere
[1300]

Woof -- Mattias Inghe, 02:43:10 07/13/02 Sat

A border collie = I race doorbell
A dalmatian = A tad animal
A golden retriever = I, real reverent dog
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[> Re: More Woof -- Paul Pan, 02:56:28 07/13/02 Sat

Ode to the Miniature Pinscher

The Miniature Pinscher indeed a very evil breed ("Unchristian Empire", "I m unchristian peer"). It appreciates going walkies ("Merriest up in chain") which can get quite messy at times ("I m the crap in urines", "Urine trip machines", "I m the urine-crap sin"). Miniature Pinschers display utter contempt to all forms of arbitrary authority ("Him urinates prince", "Rich superman in tie"). They become randy little devils when they encounter other doggies ("I'm raunchier in pets", "Ruminate rich penis"), and they sometimes get hurt in the process ("I m a nicer hurt penis"). In brief owning a MinPin can be a traumatic experience ("I m raunchier pet sin", "I m the urine crap sin") but the bottom line truly rewarding ("Inspire the cranium", "I m a sunnier rich pet").
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[> [> Re: More Woof - Cute. Really cute. :) -- Mattias Inghe, 03:19:22 07/13/02 Sat
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Slightly ruder -- Paul Pan, 01:27:23 07/13/02 Sat

Foul mate instils ~ self-stimulation
[1296]

Ordering a Bloody Mary ~ may begin, or dry, a drool. -- Mattias Inghe, 00:10:36 07/13/02 Sat
[1294]

Moan on merrily ~ Marilyn Monroe (An outtake from the Elton John song?) -- Paul Pan, 18:51:25 07/12/02 Fri
[1293]

A quote by H.L.Mencken -- Richard G, 15:15:46 07/11/02 Thu

The most costly of all follies is to believe passionately in the palpably not true. It is the chief occupation of mankind.
=
The typically bold, perspicacious Mencken pities the total foolishness the five billion of us may all too often attain.

RG
close enough
[1255]

[> Great, Long (?) NOM! Of course Mencken was wrong as far as the Anagram Oracle is concerned... -- Paul Pan, 17:45:33 07/11/02 Thu
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[> [> In that case, I pity any alpacas you happen to meet, Paul. ;) Thanks for the Nom! -- Richard G, 14:23:48 07/12/02 Fri
[1288]

[> [> [> LOL ;) -- Paul Pan, 18:26:39 07/12/02 Fri
[1292]

Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'Phantom of the Opera' -- David A. Green, 06:18:44 07/12/02 Fri

Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's stage musical 'The Phantom of the Opera' =
He sang banal tripe, but it's the composer who was really deformed!
[1280]

[> Long Nom, David. I've had to sing that banal tripe far too often. :( -- Richard G, 14:29:42 07/12/02 Fri
[1290]

The Surrealist Salvador Dali = His odder, visual art: all stare. -- Jaybur, 08:54:44 07/12/02 Fri
[1286]

Do not drive or operate machinery while taking thi... -- Larry Brash, 22:42:20 07/11/02 Thu

Do not drive or operate machinery while taking this medication. =
The chemist indicated a pithy idea: "No motoring or workin' a lever."

Larry
--
Posted using Sater anagram checker v. 5.0 (online)
http://www.xs4all.nl/~onnoz/maanrag/sater.html
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[> Re: Do not drive or operate machinery while taking thi...*LONG NOM*, Larry. -- Jaybur, 03:59:38 07/12/02 Fri
[1277]

[> [> Thanks, Janet. -- Larry Brash, 08:54:09 07/12/02 Fri
[1285]

James Brown = Mr Jawbones -- Paul Pan, 23:39:17 07/11/02 Thu
[1270]

[> Re: James Brown = Mr Jawbones: Name NOM, Paul! -- Jaybur, 03:57:14 07/12/02 Fri
[1276]

[> [> Thanks J :) -- Paul Pan, 07:10:06 07/12/02 Fri
[1282]

'The Naked Lunch' by William S. Burroughs -- David A. Green, 06:09:20 07/12/02 Fri

'The Naked Lunch' by William S. Burroughs =
Blurb: am sick while on unhealthy drugs.
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[> Re: 'The Naked Lunch' by William S. Burroughs Ha! Sums things up pretty well! NOM -- Paul Pan, 07:08:41 07/12/02 Fri

[1281]

Yes Mister President, whatever you say, Sir...... -- Joe F., 05:50:49 07/12/02 Fri

They are brainwashed ~ as they are behind war.
[1278]

Investigate = Itīs agentive. -- Hans-Peter, 02:58:21 07/12/02 Fri
[1272]

Cops and robbers -- Mattias Inghe, 23:02:06 07/11/02 Thu

A maniac slime? ~ Claim amnesia!
Slay cat in Mini? ~ Claim insanity!
Client need PONG!? ~ Pledge innocent!

And the best IMO...
Premier fans o "Cops"? ~ Escape from prison!
[1269]

Michael Jackson attacks Sony Music = Jacko claims Tony is Satan, Heck scum -- Mattias Inghe, 01:38:12 07/11/02 Thu

For those living under rocks: ;)
http://www.usatoday.com/life/music/2002/2002-07-08-sony.htm
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[> Good one, Mattias. TOP NOM -- Richard G, 14:28:57 07/11/02 Thu
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[> [> (TOP NOM) Thnx. :-) A quite anagrammable sentence. -- Mattias Inghe, 22:44:23 07/11/02 Thu

This is what Anagram Genious found. A bit cryptic, but quite apt:

Chic mutant man jokes okay classics.
(Did he have to involve Brown and Davis Jr in his "crusade"?)

Okay! manic junk matches to classics.
(He seems to think his last album is as good as the classic ones.)

Sick accusations match manly jokes.
(Manly? Should had beem great without that L...)
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Spiro Agnew -- Hampton Large, 06:19:26 07/11/02 Thu

Grow a penus!!!!
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[> Re: Spiro Agnew =Grow a penis (is an oldy) -- Larry Brash, 14:01:20 07/11/02 Thu

>Grow a penus!!!!

or:
Grow a spine.

Hampton Large =
Graham Lepton (Pelton).
The normal gap.
The organ lamp.
The moral pang.
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[> Re: Spiro Agnew -- Richard G, 15:39:22 07/11/02 Thu

Welcome to the Forum, Hampton! Do furnish us with your real name, we'd love to have a go at it.

Hampton Large =
Th' ample organ!
Not a 'gram help.
Pole Grantham!
Another MG, pal?
Hamper gal not!
Oh great plan, M!

RG
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[> [> Re: Spiro Agnew -- Larry Brash, 22:07:24 07/11/02 Thu

>Welcome to the Forum, Hampton! Do furnish us with your
>real name, we'd love to have a go at it.

If he dares! ;-)

>Hampton Large =
>Pole Grantham!
>Another MG, pal?
>Oh great plan, M!

Hmmmm... reminds me of:

Hampton Wick =
Pah! Mick won't.

Hampton Large =
Real? P. Hogan? MT!

Welcome, nice to see you in the Forum.
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[> Re: Spiro Agnew -- Paul Pan, 17:31:38 07/11/02 Thu

Hampton Large
=
Palm the organ
Regal Phantom
Temporal hang
Lang. metaphor
Mr Heptagonal
[1258]

[> Re: Spiro Agnew -- Mattias Inghe, 20:33:54 07/11/02 Thu

Hampton Large =
Trample Hogan!
[1261]

Christine Goodwin -- Adrian H, 21:39:28 07/11/02 Thu

From BBC News website:
A British transsexual has won her battle in the European Court of Human Rights to be recognised as a woman and be allowed to marry.
Christine Goodwin, 64, had argued that English law denied her the right to a new sexual identity.

Christine Goodwin ~ won right decision?

---
Adrian
[1265]

No man is indispensable. (slightly rude) -- Hans-Peter, 21:04:29 07/11/02 Thu

No man is indispensable.
=
Painless onanism in bed.



And NO, Iīm not a woman ;-)

Cheers
Hans-Peter
[1264]

Discreet penis enlargement (It's a bit rude) -- Adrian H, 20:35:20 07/11/02 Thu

Discreet penis enlargement =
Lent men increased prestige
Creating idle semen-serpent
'Sperm and Testicle' Engineer
Engineer's 'Slice Department'
Redesigns inept male centre
Designs entire replacement

---
Adrian
[1262]

[> Nice ones. Or why not just... -- Mattias Inghe, 20:55:56 07/11/02 Thu

Penis enlargement = Mangle serpentine

(ouch)
[1263]

Low-fat meals ~ of llama stew! -- Jaybur, 00:16:09 07/11/02 Thu
[1225]

[> Yummy-yum-yum :P -- Paul Pan, 18:12:18 07/11/02 Thu
[1260]

Toil and moil. = Load on limit. -- Hans-Peter, 17:31:09 07/11/02 Thu
[1257]

Drunk & Sunk... (CRUDE) -- Mey K., 08:52:31 07/11/02 Thu


Alcohol May Increase Risk of Impotence
=
For a Limp One-Inch Cock, It's Easy: More Ale!

Later,
Mey K.
[1245]

[> Rude nom, Mey, and I commend you on the depth of your research. -- Richard G, 14:50:08 07/11/02 Thu
[1254]

Inspired by Mick's oldy -- Mey K., 08:07:53 07/11/02 Thu


Cosmetic Surgery = Yes, I correct mugs.

Later!,
Mey K.
[1242]

[> Gen nom, methinks. -- Richard G, 14:38:06 07/11/02 Thu
[1252]

Life is sweet = Flee, it's wise -- Mattias Inghe, 00:53:01 07/11/02 Thu
[1229]

[> [Re: Life is sweet = Flee, it's wise] Funny! GEN NOM -- Richard G, 14:26:14 07/11/02 Thu
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