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Re: Re: Re: (parental advisory) It's just f-ing poetry

by benn (Vicar)
on Sep 10, 2003 at 15:18 UTC ( #290447=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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Just because you consider this poetry to be crap/dumb/childish is no reason to reap it

No, but all sound reasons for *consideration* in my book. Adding in the facts that...

  • It was posted anonymously (rare in Poetry, unless the poster suspects that it's likely to be found offensive etc.
  • Current rep of -11
  • Current monastery opinion is running at 23-6 in favour of delete.
  • It's not big and it's not clever :) It may fulfil the criteria, in the same way that "My program doesn't work" fulfils the criteria for an SOPW, but with regard to the 'spirit' of the Poetry section, it's contentless.
...makes me think that blokhead's consideration was a fair one.


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[Discipulus]: Almosen is Elemosina in Eatalian
[erix]: yeah, you mediteraaneans are one big family :)
[Discipulus]: greece had to copyrigth etymologies to fill the debt..
[erix]: good no-nonsense american approach to these soft european practices: "Upon entering the Almshouses in Connecticut, patients were whipped up to 10 times"
Discipulus should have..
[erix]: the almshouse generally seems to have become an anglosaxon relic :P
[Discipulus]: just to be sure was not for a free lunch.. sbaaam!
[Discipulus]: here now we call them Cities
[erix]: 'cities'? in italian? are they funded by charity?
[LanX]: The New Testament was first "published" in Greek, that's why

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