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Re: Jibber Jabber - Q1 - 29

Postby Ishmael » Wed Jul 16, 2014 3:32 am

Actually it's Talk-like-Robert-Newton-day. Before he decided to popularise Cornish / Devonian accents, all pirates in the movies talked like Douglas Fairbanks or Errol Flynn. "I say you fellows, why don't we go and capture that Spanish galleon? Jolly good adventure, eh what?"

Arr. That Cap'n. 'Ook only fought lost boys not proper buccaneers. Arr - an' 'e lost too, the useless swab! Now Robert 'e larned from me, so 'e did. What's more Oi still got 'is picture in a crocodile skin wallet. Now that be a good use fer crocodiles, that be.
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Re: Jibber Jabber - Q1 - 29

Postby Isto » Wed Jul 16, 2014 4:24 am

Ishmael wrote:Actually it's Talk-like-Robert-Newton-day. Before he decided to popularise Cornish / Devonian accents, all pirates in the movies talked like Douglas Fairbanks or Errol Flynn. "I say you fellows, why don't we go and capture that Spanish galleon? Jolly good adventure, eh what?"

Arr. That Cap'n. 'Ook only fought lost boys not proper buccaneers. Arr - an' 'e lost too, the useless swab! Now Robert 'e larned from me, so 'e did. What's more Oi still got 'is picture in a crocodile skin wallet. Now that be a good use fer crocodiles, that be.



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Postby Ishmael » Wed Jul 16, 2014 6:07 am

Not if you pokes 'em 'ard enough with somethin' sharp enough, it bain't. A marlin spike, belike, or mebbe a boardin' pike. Then again, Flint 'e used ter keep a gator in a wicker age on the main deck an' when 'e hove alongside of a fat merchantman 'e'd sway the cage up aloft and drop it over on 'er deck. Cage it broke an' gator would rage about and distract the enemy from resistin', you know. 'Andy trick it were. Wery labour savin'.
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Postby Martin L. Shoemaker » Wed Jul 16, 2014 6:12 am

Ishmael wrote:Not if you pokes 'em 'ard enough with somethin' sharp enough, it bain't. A marlin spike, belike, or mebbe a boardin' pike. Then again, Flint 'e used ter keep a gator in a wicker age on the main deck an' when 'e hove alongside of a fat merchantman 'e'd sway the cage up aloft and drop it over on 'er deck. Cage it broke an' gator would rage about and distract the enemy from resistin', you know. 'Andy trick it were. Wery labour savin'.


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Postby Holly Heisey » Wed Jul 16, 2014 9:50 pm

*pops head in*

Ummm...nope, I don't speak pirate today. Tomorrow, perhaps. Today I'm stuck in hyperactive intergalactic alien robot. (It's silent, and in translation, so no one will notice. Such is the way of hyperactive intergalactic things.)

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Postby Isto » Sun Jul 27, 2014 8:23 pm

Curls up with a blankie and goes to sleep.
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Postby Martin L. Shoemaker » Mon Aug 04, 2014 4:05 pm

Isto wrote:Curls up with a blankie and goes to sleep.


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Postby Ishmael » Tue Aug 05, 2014 1:28 am

There he goes. Little Ishmael. He come back with boat full of prizes we call him maybe Big Ishmael.

No. The farmers won. We lost. We lose every time.

No wonder. You were only supposed to blow the b****y doors off!

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Postby Isto » Tue Aug 05, 2014 4:20 am

Martin L. Shoemaker wrote:
Isto wrote:Curls up with a blankie and goes to sleep.


There's no sleeping in baseball! (Unless you're from Cincinnati )

Wait, that didn't come out right... It was some other movie quote...

Failure is not an excuse!

Never give up, WRITE! WRITE! WRITE! WRITE! WRITE!

Never tell us we're odds!

YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE *TWITCH*!

Trust me, I'm a writer.

wotf013


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Postby E.CaimanSands » Tue Aug 05, 2014 4:50 am

Isto wrote:
Martin L. Shoemaker wrote:
Isto wrote:Curls up with a blankie and goes to sleep.


There's no sleeping in baseball! (Unless you're from Cincinnati )

Wait, that didn't come out right... It was some other movie quote...

Failure is not an excuse!

Never give up, WRITE! WRITE! WRITE! WRITE! WRITE!

Never tell us we're odds!

YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE *TWITCH*!

Trust me, I'm a writer.

wotf013


I am odd. The oddest of the odd. My husband says so. At five foot one, I can scare grown editors. Yes, I'm looking at you, TOR. Mister, I induce twitches. My current story (which I wrap in my blankie) is like a green storm cloud on the horizon. wotf020 .... Oh, my gosh! I have to get out of character and eat some chocolate. wotf015


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Postby Isto » Tue Aug 05, 2014 7:48 am

E.CaimanSands wrote:
Isto wrote:
Martin L. Shoemaker wrote:There's no sleeping in baseball! (Unless you're from Cincinnati )

Wait, that didn't come out right... It was some other movie quote...

Failure is not an excuse!

Never give up, WRITE! WRITE! WRITE! WRITE! WRITE!

Never tell us we're odds!

YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE *TWITCH*!

Trust me, I'm a writer.

wotf013


I am odd. The oddest of the odd. My husband says so. At five foot one, I can scare grown editors. Yes, I'm looking at you, TOR. Mister, I induce twitches. My current story (which I wrap in my blankie) is like a green storm cloud on the horizon. wotf020 .... Oh, my gosh! I have to get out of character and eat some chocolate. wotf015


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Postby ThomasKCarpenter » Tue Aug 05, 2014 9:34 am

Marco.
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Postby Rebecca Birch » Tue Aug 05, 2014 9:50 am

ThomasKCarpenter wrote:Marco.


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Postby ThomasKCarpenter » Tue Aug 05, 2014 1:27 pm

Rebecca Birch wrote:
ThomasKCarpenter wrote:Marco.


Polo!


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Postby Isto » Sun Aug 24, 2014 1:23 pm

Hel-ooooooooo? Helloo-oh. Hmmmm. Everyone must be writing or twitching. I heard the earth twitched in Ca.
I'm very grateful my daughter was home for a visit when it hit . . . or I'd be doing more than twitching.
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Postby hazlett » Sun Aug 24, 2014 1:32 pm

Out here, about 36 miles from the epicenter, it felt more like being on a row boat (or a Sheridan tank) than like being in an actual earthquake. More roll and less rock.
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Postby Holly Heisey » Sun Aug 24, 2014 6:30 pm

Yipe! Glad you're okay! I have a sister out there, and she filled me in on the craziness of her first earthquake. That's definitely an experience. wotf015

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Postby Isto » Mon Aug 25, 2014 6:40 am

hazlett wrote:Out here, about 36 miles from the epicenter, it felt more like being on a row boat (or a Sheridan tank) than like being in an actual earthquake. More roll and less rock.


West Bay? My daughter's in the Concord area and will be heading back soon. The Berkeley Seismological Laboratory website is fascinating. Makes me appreciate just how active our world is. We rarely get earthquakes in Ohio (expect more with fracking)... just tornados. Is there anyplace pleasant without hurricanes, tornados, or earthquakes? wotf017
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Isto wrote:
hazlett wrote:Out here, about 36 miles from the epicenter, it felt more like being on a row boat (or a Sheridan tank) than like being in an actual earthquake. More roll and less rock.


West Bay? My daughter's in the Concord area and will be heading back soon. The Berkeley Seismological Laboratory website is fascinating. Makes me appreciate just how active our world is. We rarely get earthquakes in Ohio (expect more with fracking)... just tornados. Is there anyplace pleasant without hurricanes, tornados, or earthquakes? wotf017


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Postby LaurieG » Mon Aug 25, 2014 4:25 pm

That's hilarious Martin. You obviohsly have time and brain cells available; now that you've won WOTF, you do not need to spend your days twitching for results.

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Postby hazlett » Mon Aug 25, 2014 7:25 pm

Isto wrote:
hazlett wrote:Out here, about 36 miles from the epicenter, it felt more like being on a row boat (or a Sheridan tank) than like being in an actual earthquake. More roll and less rock.


West Bay? My daughter's in the Concord area and will be heading back soon. The Berkeley Seismological Laboratory website is fascinating. Makes me appreciate just how active our world is. We rarely get earthquakes in Ohio (expect more with fracking)... just tornados. Is there anyplace pleasant without hurricanes, tornados, or earthquakes? wotf017


Nope. I'm actually in the East Bay in Pleasant Hill. Concord is a stone's throw away.
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Postby Isto » Tue Aug 26, 2014 4:30 am

hazlett wrote:
Isto wrote:
hazlett wrote:Out here, about 36 miles from the epicenter, it felt more like being on a row boat (or a Sheridan tank) than like being in an actual earthquake. More roll and less rock.


West Bay? My daughter's in the Concord area and will be heading back soon. The Berkeley Seismological Laboratory website is fascinating. Makes me appreciate just how active our world is. We rarely get earthquakes in Ohio (expect more with fracking)... just tornados. Is there anyplace pleasant without hurricanes, tornados, or earthquakes? wotf017


Nope. I'm actually in the East Bay in Pleasant Hill. Concord is a stone's throw away.


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Postby Martin L. Shoemaker » Thu Sep 18, 2014 3:58 am

I'm posting here to keep myself from twitching on the V31Q3 thread. It's just too soon for that. It would be rude.
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Postby Ishmael » Thu Sep 18, 2014 4:39 am

And I'm posting here because I'm worried sick and struggling to remain my usual charming, calm and personable self. I'm not sure where else to go or what else to do. Today is referendum day in Scotland. Tomorrow morning I could wake up to find that the place I have called home for decades is about to become a foreign country. I don't want to get into the argument. I just feel like reaching out today to a group of people who have shown repeatedly that they can disagree whilst remaining friends.

Apologies for an unwonted (and probably unwanted) display of emotion. I can't see to type too well because I have something in my eyes.
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Postby Isto » Thu Sep 18, 2014 4:55 am

Martin L. Shoemaker wrote:I'm posting here to keep myself from twitching on the V31Q3 thread. It's just too soon for that. It would be rude.


I can't imagine you twitching much. I see you poking with a stick or rubbing your hands with sinister glee.

But, if this is the free twitching zone, then I will do my V31Q4 twitching here (since, there, I need to keep cool)
Due to an illness, my husband volunteered me to teach a new course this semester (can't all science majors teach all science?). So I'm scrambling to get my lecture notes together. I'm still half a short story short of being finished with my entry for V31Q4. (*twitch* first, scream later)

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Ishmael wrote:And I'm posting here because I'm worried sick and struggling to remain my usual charming, calm and personable self. I'm not sure where else to go or what else to do. Today is referendum day in Scotland. Tomorrow morning I could wake up to find that the place I have called home for decades is about to become a foreign country. I don't want to get into the argument. I just feel like reaching out today to a group of people who have shown repeatedly that they can disagree whilst remaining friends.

Apologies for an unwonted (and probably unwanted) display of emotion. I can't see to type too well because I have something in my eyes.


Oh dear, yes, it's very sad really. Even I'm feeling it here in Southern England, with no family links to Scotland. I don't want to see Britain break up.

While I have no close links to Scotland today I've had close Scots friends in the past. Indeed, I don't normally like to name drop around here--ahem--but one of them you no doubt know of, Ishmael--Jim Murphy. I keep seeing him on TV, desperately campaigning for a "No" vote. Of course he'll lose his seat if it's a "Yes" vote. It must be all very upsetting.

Even the Queen will be genuinely upset I'm sure. She no doubt has a maternalistic feeling towards her country, and famously loves Scotland and Balmoral especially.

The rest of the UK will probably break up if Scotland votes "Yes." Somehow I can't see the English sticking with just the Welsh and the Irish. wotf005
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Postby E.CaimanSands » Thu Sep 18, 2014 5:06 am

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Look at that, on the right! It says I'm from the "United Kingdom," as it has since I joined the forum in 2011. Let's hope I don't have to change that description any time soon.
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Postby Isto » Thu Sep 18, 2014 5:44 am

Ishmael wrote:...Today is referendum day in Scotland. Tomorrow morning I could wake up to find that the place I have called home for decades is about to become a foreign country. ....


My thoughts and hopes are with you. I can't imagine the UK any other way, and I don't want to have to.
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Postby Martin L. Shoemaker » Thu Sep 18, 2014 6:07 am

Scotland going independent just seems weird to me. It's one-third the size of Michigan. I'm trying to imagine Michigan as an independent country, but I can't do it.

Of course, the UK as a whole is only the size of Michigan, give or take a fraction. You have small countries over there...
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Postby Ishmael » Thu Sep 18, 2014 7:00 am

E.CaimanSands wrote: I don't normally like to name drop around here--ahem--but one of them you no doubt know of, Ishmael--Jim Murphy. I keep seeing him on TV, desperately campaigning for a "No" vote. Of course he'll lose his seat if it's a "Yes" vote. It must be all very upsetting.


I don't as a rule share Jim's politics but I do admire him as a human being. Did you know that when the helicopter crashed on the pub in Glasgow he was walking by and was one of the first in to help the injured? He seems to me to be a brave and honest man, (the latter being an accolade that I seldom bestow on politicians of any party.) When political debate is conducted honestly the best interests of the people have a good chance. Sadly, not everyone in this debate has behaved like Jim.

I asked on The Times website if anyone could remind me of the last time that drawing an arbitrary line on a map, leaving minorities numbering hundreds of thousands on each 'wrong' side, had helped solve rather than create problems. It drew a lot of responses but no actual answers.

Whatever the result, we have all lost already. Tribalism is an unpleasant part of human history. We cannot exclude it from our psyche but we should try not to indulge it. (Much easier said than done.) No good can be served by stirring it up in a supposed democracy.

Thank you all for your thoughts. The British are supposed to be able to muddle through most things. Let us hope the faculty does not desert us now.
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