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Posted 12-31-2017 at 11:35 PM by *Brad*
Remember the times you read
my words as fingers running
down your spine, feathers of
feeling felt
not heard

As in my fantasy I spun
a web of shivers

I wanted you
needed you
need you

I throw my net
of dreams
in the air
to catch
an echo
of resonance
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Posted 12-31-2017 at 09:00 PM by hikergeek
Sometimes hopes and wishes go unfulfilled, sometimes circumstances just donít work out and a person has to cut their losses. This is one of those times and so I leave here for a time until the burden can be borne again. Funny how a person can come here to try to make sense of a bad situation, because their real life becomes beyond bearing and then find themselves one day finding heartbreak here too. So, to the friends I have made here, thank you until I am able to return one day. Wish me well.
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Merry Christmas!

Posted 12-19-2017 at 01:17 PM by TomIAm
This year, more than ever, I've been amused by the degree to which this seemingly friendly and inoffensive seasonal greeting has morphed into a more aggressive social litmus test, particularly among restaurant wait-staff and retail associates (but also among strangers/the general public). What used to be a genuinely friendly "Thanks for your business...have a great holiday!" or even "have a great Christmas and Happy New Year!" has become for many people a very pointed and terse...
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Posted 12-18-2017 at 09:27 AM by hikergeek
Updated 12-31-2017 at 08:53 PM by hikergeek
There is an issue that I have been wondering about for awhile now. Based on the times it has happened to other members I wonder about dealing with online friends suddenly having unfortunate events taking them away (e.g., accidents or health events). These very distressing occurrences are understandably tough on the people left behind. But, the really tough part, from my perspective, is the not knowing what happened and possibly not being able to find out for a long period of time.

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The Day I Stole The Bat Mobile Pt 4

Posted 12-06-2017 at 11:11 AM by Iceburn
After 13 years..or maybe it was a couple of minutes spent surveying this triumph of model making...I regained a sembelance of reality.Years later...I discovered that the Batmobile..the original 1966 one..was modelled on the 1955 Lincoln Futura Concept car and it never sat well with me because the my of a kind..not some cheap rip off of another car and to this day..I still believe.

Something pretty strange happened then.My nine year old mind went into...
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