Thursday, February 24, 2011

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23 comments:

  1. This experience was very uh, surreal but the persistence of time means I cannot linger. Later.
    P.S. You know that sprite is going to say something about those ants don't you?!

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  2. There is always urgency where books are concerned.

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  3. It's like seeing a phone message, a visual prompt. Thanks, Antares,

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  4. dbs, I know, life and time can be surreal.
    Sprite is unpredictable ;)

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  5. Laoch, agreed. Putting together a list of my favorites is taking a little longer than anticipated.
    There are too many. :)

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  6. Elisabeth, you're most welcome.
    An odd collection of things that make me smile.

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  7. Nice to see what connects to Antares...I am a fool for photos of the cosmos. General silliness - what a surprise. My son has been to the Tate Modern and declared its bookstore to be the best anywhere (though he has not been to Shakespeare & Co. in Paris). That you are even undertaking the list of favorite books is admirable.

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  8. Nice Dali.
    301: so that' where you live?..it's so pretty!
    332: Hubby ruined my art viewing with noisy whipper Snipper outside the door :/
    555: Hey it's Kenn...zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
    227: Huh?
    You post the oddest links.
    WHAT ANTS???? Where are the ants? I did not see ants.....
    wait....
    *leans closer*
    AHA!

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  9. Well, that was a lot of fun, Antares Cryptos - like running barefoot through a labyrinth. Thanks - C

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  10. PS. I reallllly like your word 'Foruminate' (I have a unabashed fondness for foraminifera, so any word that even vaguely alludes to them has me soft at the knees.)

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  11. I entered extension 301 & got lost for a few hours...

    It's cold...

    So very cold...

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  12. This is twilight zone material, I tell you. It's like I came here to get you, but then it wasn't you... but it was. I feel kinda hippiesque now.

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  13. Marylinn, same here for obvious reasons, I have a collection of the most breathtaking, awe-inspiring cosmic images imaginable.

    Silliness, a great stress reliever :)

    A lot of damage can be done at the Tate bookstores, when you have a chance, have a look at some of their cards and gift items too, I know you'll find them inspiring and energizing.

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  14. Sprite, beautiful isn't it?
    Bookmark that site, when hubby is not being loud with a fun toy, they have some crafty things too.
    LOL. Kenny can put anyone to sleep and that image was sent to me by a librarian :)

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  15. Claire, love that image, yes, my mind can seem labyrinthine at times, but you're running on sand or bryophyta and there are numerous exits ;)

    P.S. I share your fondness and excitement!!!

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  16. Vinny, detours, detours, glad you arrived at your destination.
    Did they talk you into wearing that old space suit again?

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  17. Paulsifer, :)
    Rest assured there are no hallucinogens involved.
    This is where my mind wanders when I need some stress relief.
    You'll get me, eventually, fellow geek :)

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  18. My traffic is mostly dead flies glued to Hot Wheels cars. You really value it?

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  19. tattytiara, yes, as do you.
    The live ones in particular.

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  20. Where's the option to hear a duck quack?

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  21. That's what I'm sayin though. This post has AC written all over it.

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  22. Gaelic Wife, that option is widely available in real life.

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  23. Paulsifer, I got you :)
    It is an extension of ourselves, isn't it.

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