Don Fortier's gem could have won the Spam and Long Category easily. It
was hilarious and a well-deserved winner.
1st: Don P. Fortier with: 13 votes
This is not spam. You are receiving this because you have sent me
information about your program or opportunity and I appreciate it.
2nd: Jon Gearhart with: 6 votes
Jack be nimble
Jack be quick [snipped]
3rd: Janet Muggeridge with: 3 votes
Intercourse, USA. =
I, a sore cunt user.
The Spam Category
This had three long contenders and it was a very close event with Don
maintaining his early lead. His 2nd Anagrammy for the month and his 6th
1st: Don P Fortier wrote: 7 votes
Starting your own business!!!
Get Paid For Every Email
Message You Receive!
╩ a.. Earn CASH for every email you receive!
╩ b.. Stop searching... Get email about your interests!
╩ c.. FREE membership... Start earning money right now, today!
╩ d.. Fun and Easy
Accrue more of this useless shit!
You get spam in your e-mail forever!
╩ a.. We get paid for your names, see?
╩ You never eye a cent!
╩ b.. Program may set your browser to
╩ shitty site in Albania!
╩ c.. Never get ANYTHING free!
╩ d.. Deceiving and Embarrassing !
2nd: Mey Kraus with: 6 votes
Under Bill S.1618 TITLE III passed by the 105th U.S. Congress this
3rd: Jon Gearhart with: 5 votes
Everyone likes making easy money.
The Long Category
Who say anagrammer can't take it? This winner suggests that we can
laugh at ourselves. Richard Grantham's first Anagrammy.
1st: Richard Grantham with: 8 votes
How many alt.anagrams subscribers does it take to change a light bulb? =
Thirty: one swami can tame such a task as others, babbling, do
2nd: Don P. Fortier with: 6 votes
"Ask not what your country can do for you...
ask what you can do for your country."
3rd: Mike Keith with: 5 votes
[Fiona Apple's new album title]
When the Pawn Hits the Conflicts He Thinks Like a King
The Name Category
He can do short anagrams! Mike is best known for his lenghty brilliant
anagrammed poems which win the Special Category regularly. His eighth
1st: Mike Keith with: 10 votes
Madeleine Albright. =
Her label: "mediating"
2nd: Wayne Baisley with: 5 votes
Walter Payton. =
3rd: Jon Gearhart with: 3 votes
Jim Kalun. =
The Place Names Category
This was a close race with Janet and I vying for the lead. I picked up
the last 3 votes to jump ahead.
1st: Larry Brash with: 11 votes
The London Planetarium. =
Earthmen, I land on Pluto.
2nd: Janet Muggeridge with: 8 votes
The biggest shopping mall in Western Europe. =
Bluewater: I shop then limp. Nest-egg's gone. R.I.P.
This is Mick Tully's favourite category. His 4th win in this Category
and his 8th overall.
1st: Mick Tully with: 13 votes
Dolly Parton's greatest hits. =
Gross tits? Pan that yodeller!
Lads to hail pretty songster.
Oh-so-pretty art tingles lads.
Pretty girl's tone 'as lads hot!
So, hot star dangles prettily...
2nd: Tom Myers with: 6 votes
All I want for Christmas. =
Own this small aircraft.
Limit's half-a-crown? Rats!
Carnal filth, it's so warm.
3rd: Janet Muggeridge with: 5 votes
birth control methods. =
Mr, control the bod's hit!
condom let births thro'.
months' retch 'til brood.
lots born, ditch mother.
motto: child 'n' brother.
The Special Category
It has certainly been Don Fortier's month with 2 winners here in this
category, 4 for the month and 8 altogether. Did everyone find the new
points system useful and easy to use?
Don P Fortier with: 41 points
Piano Man - by Billy Joel
Don P Fortier with: 35 points
Four score and seven years ago,
Graham Perkins with: 24 points
The Awardsmaster's Choice Award for a non-winning anagram.
Jan was well-placed in several categories but missed a first place.
This one would have been a strong contender in most months.
Janet Muggeridge with:
My Sony Playstation. =
Nasty noisy palm-toy.