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viking.jpgO, February,
Soul-dead month, football-less.
And beer hath no charm.

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A glass of froth,
a shirt of stink,
it's good to be horny

Ed B:

The fat lady sang,
the opera is over.
Hey, I'll drink to that!

Ed B:

While I'm on about operas (!?) my all time favorite quote about them is by Edmund Blackadder (from series iv:

"The Teutonic reputation for brutality is well-founded: their operas last three or four days, and they have no word for fluffy."

I tried, but failed miserably to convert the essence of that quote to a Haiku format.


No football? HURRAY!!!
Take basketball--hockey, too
Oh, for one month's peace

How long did it take you to write this? This is Absolutely fantastic.

I thought this blog was superb and everything that you referenced to was quite relevant to the cause. Cheers.

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I really like the colors here on your blog. did you make this yourself or did you have it done by a professional?

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