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    • Manfred von Dreidecker

      Manfred von Dreidecker

      Ah well, I'm off to invest in Bitcoins. See you later 


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    • acute

      acute

      In response to tc's poem, here is one from my home city of Birmingham (England) :

      This is no mirage.

      Glittering canals engage
      Industry alongside Genius,
      Exporting commerce and determination..
      Of humans in waves with precious
      resources settled.

      In pursuit of excellence, here a river flows,
      Directly connected to many cities.
      Some bear her name begrudgingly,
      Imitating her ingenuity, feigning success.

      And green men guard,

      like the sphinxes. 

      Promise of a sustainable future,
      with learning elders and youth multilingual,
      proclaiming victories.

      Open spaces to breathe,
      Alongside basins of promise,
      Near where the postmodernist world
      leaders have quenched their thirst.

      Minted coins, fashioned precious stones jostle.
      Aromas of once exotic now only tempting.

      Cuisines galore.

      Carnivals in the shadow of public art.
      An entire district dedicated to balti.
      Luna society of scientific enquiry.

      Aston Hall where royalty dined.
      Abolitionists, friends and metal-smiths.
      Confer as harvested chocolate is still prepared.

      Sporting arenas and automobile engines fine tuned.
      Female advocacy, trade unionism
      justice, equality and liberty.
      Rupert sacked but never conquered.
      Soho house resonates charm.

      Be immersed in her diversity without effort.
      Celebrate the many who gave to the principle,
      To follow forward.....
      52º north.


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    • Manfred von Dreidecker

      Manfred von Dreidecker

      Anything that invites you to "offer tips for other readers on how to optimize their reading experience" just sounds way too complicated for me. 


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    • Aquila King

      Aquila King

      R.I.P. Internet.

      It was fun while it lasted.


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      Occult Mafia 2000

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      Manfred von Dreidecker

      We're all ready for our Christmas Day swim! Are you brave enough to take the plunge?


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    • Manfred von Dreidecker

      Manfred von Dreidecker

      Which airline would you choose for your Festive Seasonal Break?: Hop!, Up!, Boing!, Wow! Air or Wizz Air?   


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    • OverSword

      OverSword

      There was a young girl whose heart was a frown because she was crippled for life and couldn't speak a sound and she wished and prayed she could stop living, so she decided to die.  She drew her wheelchair to the edge of the shore and to her legs she smiled you won't hurt me no more, but then a sight she'd never seen made her jump and say, look a golden winged ship is passing my way.

      Jimi


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      Eldorado

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