“I Should Be Doing …. But…”

Written by Bonnie P. Carrier

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Getting back to where we left off, things have not progressed very far. I’m slightly off schedule because of a sit down to enjoy “Mother Natures” beautiful display of color. Ok, back to… Oh, waitrepparttar mug is empty, just let me get another refill and I’ll be back.

Well, its late afternoon and I’m really behind due to a couple of important phone calls. I’ve been sitting at my desk watchingrepparttar 118150 flurry of activity outside my window. The “Feathered Friends Backyard Diner” is open for business and quite busy. There are also a couple of adorable little squirrels that have been chasing each other up and down a tree.

I should be doing jobs on that list, but it’s getting late,repparttar 118151 sun is moving away andrepparttar 118152 temperature is stating to go down. Maybe I’ll make another pot of coffee, fill up that mug once more and continue to watchrepparttar 118153 entertainment outsiderepparttar 118154 window. After all, there’s always next Saturday. This article is shareware. Give this article away for free on your site, or include it as part of any paid package as long asrepparttar 118155 entire article is left intact including this notice. Copyright © 2004 bonnie carrier.

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The Start of Civilisation via the Back Passage!

Written by Thick Mick

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The pool was a simple lava pool!

Allrepparttar local "bullies" were encouraged to participate, and always agreed to agressiveness, with unknown results.

This was BRILLIANCE" and "VIRAL", and "LOW BUDGET" entertainment. The prize still hasn't been won.

One after one, they lined up to winrepparttar 118149 prize. One after one, they failed. The trick was to hold your breath, I think, and no-one copped onto it.

As a boy of eighteen, I could never figure out why such men of Herculean physiques failed to winrepparttar 118150 "Game". It took me many years of research to dicover thatrepparttar 118151 solution was inrepparttar 118152 stone, and indeed, only understood it properly, a few minutes ago.

Legend had it that instructions were actually carved intorepparttar 118153 tablet of granite, but they were written in "Javascript", a language with origins fromrepparttar 118154 island "Java" (this island is still in existence, before I broke my spring, anyway).

Wasn't I a lucky boy that my true nature wasn't discovered as quickly and easily as I discovedrepparttar 118155 solution, for I would surely have drowned!

"Swimming and stones are not exclusive", I remember some old lad saying at a time more trivial than now.

Mick Savage. Indepth columnist with THE TRIVIAL TIMES. savageswimming@thetrivialtimes.com

Thick Mick is "an expert" on historical matters, with the The Trivial Times.

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