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About pouringmyartout

You will laugh at my antics... That is my solemn promise to you... Or your money back... Stop on by...
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  1. Yep, I thought it was morse code as well. I’m thinking, given your Naval background, we will be using semaphore next. Here’s the thing (you are not the only one with things)…that wonderful post you want everyone to read…you have made it very difficult to share because of the length of the title/url. If I like a post enough I tweet it. Through several twitter accounts. Count your characters, my friend. It renders it unsharable on twitter unless you use a shortening program.

  2. Al says:

    ____, __ ___ _ __ ________. _ ____ __ ___ ___ ___ _____ __ _______

  3. Elyse says:

    This is the best example of your writing that I’ve seen, Art. It should be Freshly Pressed …

  4. Julie says:

    Is there an R??

  5. Trent Lewin says:

    Um, this may be the finest post I have ever seen from you. The delicacy, the sheer eloquence, is breathtaking.

    So I’m supposed to read an older post? Will do. Just regaining a portion of my sanity and hopefully some spare minutes to read this and other posts. Gaza, eh? Oooooo….

  6. serins says:

    Moris code?
    I already read the Gaza post. 😉

  7. Paul says:

    It was the apostrophe in the post that really caught my eye. It perfectly balances the rest. It provides the pivot around which the yin and yang rotate to make the universe complete. Wait, I’ll call Vana White – she’ll know what to do!

    • It didn’t post the same way as it looked when I typed it. I was doing actual sentences in my head. I was actually saying some rude stuff… with swear words… at the people who didn’t read the post. But I am glad you liked it.

  8. Doobster418 says:

    If you’re trying to play Mad Libs, I think you need a refresher about how it works.

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