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Mazza
Posted: Saturday, August 17, 2013 2:47:20 AM

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Pissing down here today...

Time for a BBQ!



Nothing to see here...
RumpleForeskin
Posted: Tuesday, August 20, 2013 6:55:35 AM

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Location: Lost in the desert west of Apache Junction, USA
It's ...TITTY TUESDAY...misbehave accordingly.

We did have a work related accident earlier today. Busty, dressed in her traditional TT attire of high-heel boots and hot pants, bent over to place mugs of her world famous coffee in front of Coma and Tose. Unfortunately, Coma nodded just then and, coming into contact with one of her, you know, womanly protuberances, damn near poked out one of his eyeballs. Busty has since put on topical ointment, a large bandage and a flak jacket but otherwise seems okay. Coma just keeps smiling and nodding.

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FROM:
Becky -- FOR: Matt -- With Love:
a Festive contest winner – honest

HOW HUMANS DO IT: a fish-eye view of sex an Editor's Pick - no kidding

GETTING A LOT OF WHAT SHE WANTS a Recommended Read...believe it or not
LadySharon
Posted: Wednesday, August 21, 2013 6:55:52 AM

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Good morning, bar flies! It's hump day, and I want to hump someone that can keep up with me all day today. Where's scooter hiding?

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RumpleForeskin
Posted: Wednesday, August 21, 2013 7:54:08 AM

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Morning, your Ladyship. As an inchoate bestselling author, I'm sure you've already begun celebrating the birthday of, Elmore Leonard.

Many 'authorities' consider him the master of dialogue. Here's a clip from the film, Get Shorty, based on his novel of the same name. Note how Chilly Palmer (John Travolta) describes his leather jacket.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_K8S0EgbZHY

(hope the link works. Whether it does or not, both the film and the book come HIGHLY recommended.

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FROM:
Becky -- FOR: Matt -- With Love:
a Festive contest winner – honest

HOW HUMANS DO IT: a fish-eye view of sex an Editor's Pick - no kidding

GETTING A LOT OF WHAT SHE WANTS a Recommended Read...believe it or not
RumpleForeskin
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 7:13:08 AM

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In the "Life's a bitch and then you die" department: Elmore Leonard (see previous post) died last night from complications following a stroke...he was 87. In memory of 'The Dickens of Detroit' here is his oft-quoted advice to writers.

Elmore Leonard's Ten Rules of Writing
Easy on the Adverbs, Exclamation Points and Especially Hooptedoodle

from the New York Times, Writers on Writing Series.


Being a good author is a disappearing act.

By ELMORE LEONARD

These are rules I’ve picked up along the way to help me remain invisible when I’m writing a book, to help me show rather than tell what’s taking place in the story. If you have a facility for language and imagery and the sound of your voice pleases you, invisibility is not what you are after, and you can skip the rules. Still, you might look them over.


1. Openings

Never open a book with weather. If it’s only to create atmosphere, and not a character’s reaction to the weather, you don’t want to go on too long. The reader is apt to leaf ahead looking for people. There are exceptions. If you happen to be Barry Lopez, who has more ways to describe ice and snow than an Eskimo, you can do all the weather reporting you want.


2. Avoid prologues.

They can be annoying, especially a prologue following an introduction that comes after a foreword. But these are ordinarily found in nonfiction. A prologue in a novel is backstory, and you can drop it in anywhere you want.

There is a prologue in John Steinbeck’s “Sweet Thursday,” but it’s O.K. because a character in the book makes the point of what my rules are all about. He says: “I like a lot of talk in a book and I don’t like to have nobody tell me what the guy that’s talking looks like. I want to figure out what he looks like from the way he talks. . . . figure out what the guy’s thinking from what he says. I like some description but not too much of that. . . . Sometimes I want a book to break loose with a bunch of hooptedoodle. . . . Spin up some pretty words maybe or sing a little song with language. That’s nice. But I wish it was set aside so I don’t have to read it. I don’t want hooptedoodle to get mixed up with the story.”


3. Never use a verb other than “said” to carry dialogue.

The line of dialogue belongs to the character; the verb is the writer sticking his nose in. But said is far less intrusive than grumbled, gasped, cautioned, lied. I once noticed Mary McCarthy ending a line of dialogue with “she asseverated,” and had to stop reading to get the dictionary.


4. Never use an adverb to modify the verb “said” . . .

. . . he admonished gravely. To use an adverb this way (or almost any way) is a mortal sin. The writer is now exposing himself in earnest, using a word that distracts and can interrupt the rhythm of the exchange. I have a character in one of my books tell how she used to write historical romances “full of rape and adverbs.”


5. Keep your exclamation points under control.

You are allowed no more than two or three per 100,000 words of prose. If you have the knack of playing with exclaimers the way Tom Wolfe does, you can throw them in by the handful.


6. Never use the words “suddenly” or “all hell broke loose.”

This rule doesn’t require an explanation. I have noticed that writers who use “suddenly” tend to exercise less control in the application of exclamation points.


7. Use regional dialect, patois, sparingly.

Once you start spelling words in dialogue phonetically and loading the page with apostrophes, you won’t be able to stop. Notice the way Annie Proulx captures the flavor of Wyoming voices in her book of short stories “Close Range.”

8. Avoid detailed descriptions of characters.

Which Steinbeck covered. In Ernest Hemingway’s “Hills Like White Elephants” what do the “American and the girl with him” look like? “She had taken off her hat and put it on the table.” That’s the only reference to a physical description in the story, and yet we see the couple and know them by their tones of voice, with not one adverb in sight.


9. Don’t go into great detail describing places and things.
Unless you’re Margaret Atwood and can paint scenes with language or write landscapes in the style of Jim Harrison. But even if you’re good at it, you don’t want descriptions that bring the action, the flow of the story, to a standstill.

And finally:


10. Try to leave out the part that readers tend to skip.

A rule that came to mind in 1983. Think of what you skip reading a novel: thick paragraphs of prose you can see have too many words in them. What the writer is doing, he’s writing, perpetrating hooptedoodle, perhaps taking another shot at the weather, or has gone into the character’s head, and the reader either knows what the guy’s thinking or doesn’t care. I’ll bet you don’t skip dialogue.

My most important rule is one that sums up the 10.

If it sounds like writing, I rewrite it.

Or, if proper usage gets in the way, it may have to go. I can’t allow what we learned in English composition to disrupt the sound and rhythm of the narrative. It’s my attempt to remain invisible, not distract the reader from the story with obvious writing. (Joseph Conrad said something about words getting in the way of what you want to say.)

If I write in scenes and always from the point of view of a particular character—the one whose view best brings the scene to life—I’m able to concentrate on the voices of the characters telling you who they are and how they feel about what they see and what’s going on, and I’m nowhere in sight.

What Steinbeck did in “Sweet Thursday” was title his chapters as an indication, though obscure, of what they cover. “Whom the Gods Love They Drive Nuts” is one, “Lousy Wednesday” another. The third chapter is titled “Hooptedoodle 1” and the 38th chapter “Hooptedoodle 2” as warnings to the reader, as if Steinbeck is saying: “Here’s where you’ll see me taking flights of fancy with my writing, and it won’t get in the way of the story. Skip them if you want.”

“Sweet Thursday” came out in 1954, when I was just beginning to be published, and I’ve never forgotten that prologue.

Did I read the hooptedoodle chapters? Every word.


RUMPLATIONS (in, The Pub, forum) Home of the Lush 'in' crowd: indecent, intoxicated, & insolvent. Check it out.

FROM:
Becky -- FOR: Matt -- With Love:
a Festive contest winner – honest

HOW HUMANS DO IT: a fish-eye view of sex an Editor's Pick - no kidding

GETTING A LOT OF WHAT SHE WANTS a Recommended Read...believe it or not
DirtyMartini
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 1:25:31 PM

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Good Afternoon my Lushketeer Friends...those are some useful rules there Rump, but you know darn well that nobody here reads rules anyway...or even reads for that matter...

On a far more important note...what are the chances of me getting a drink here in this fine establishment?

(Reaches into pocket and pulls out a large piece of lint, a couple of worn peep show tokens, a couple of gum wrappers, and an expired White Castle coupon, and places all on the bar...)

Hmmm...that should be enough for a tall glass of Beaver Breath, me thinks...

On yet another note...speaking of writing-type stuff...my first ever book signing/author event is now less than three weeks away...and you're all invited...doesn't say anything about open bar, so I have to assume it's strictly BYOB...but, it does mention door prizes...so, I guess you have a chance to win a door...anyway, here be the link...and this whole mess starts at 6:30PM btw...

Remembering Patriot’s Day – Meet Author Alan W. Jankowski!
http://engagedpatrons.org/EventsExtended.cfm?SiteID=9763&EventID=179960

Notice also that my first author event is also the city of South Amboy's 9/11 memorial ceremony...and the local reporter already contacted me...not that there's any pressure here or anything...but, I'll make sure I'm well prepared to rise to the occasion...Pour Wine Pour Wine Pour Wine

Yeah, speaking of well-prepared...pass that Beaver Breath, will ya?

Cheers,
Alan.
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RumpleForeskin
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 5:52:14 PM

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Brother Martini, I'll have you know this joint has a very literate clientail. I mean, they just gotta be...otherwise, how could they read Lush stories and know what rules to break?

Anyway, here's your Beaver Breath (slides over a large schooner filled with a dark liquid) By the way, I suppose you'll be paying for a round-trip ticket to this high-lit. soiree of yours. ;)

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FROM:
Becky -- FOR: Matt -- With Love:
a Festive contest winner – honest

HOW HUMANS DO IT: a fish-eye view of sex an Editor's Pick - no kidding

GETTING A LOT OF WHAT SHE WANTS a Recommended Read...believe it or not
Dirty_D
Posted: Saturday, August 24, 2013 9:17:03 PM

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RumpleForeskin wrote:
In the "Life's a bitch and then you die" department: Elmore Leonard (see previous post) died last night from complications following a stroke...he was 87. In memory of 'The Dickens of Detroit' here is his oft-quoted advice to writers.

Elmore Leonard's Ten Rules of Writing
Easy on the Adverbs, Exclamation Points and Especially Hooptedoodle

from the New York Times, Writers on Writing Series.


Being a good author is a disappearing act.

By ELMORE LEONARD

These are rules I’ve picked up along the way to help me remain invisible when I’m writing a book, to help me show rather than tell what’s taking place in the story. If you have a facility for language and imagery and the sound of your voice pleases you, invisibility is not what you are after, and you can skip the rules. Still, you might look them over.


1. Openings

Never open a book with weather. If it’s only to create atmosphere, and not a character’s reaction to the weather, you don’t want to go on too long. The reader is apt to leaf ahead looking for people. There are exceptions. If you happen to be Barry Lopez, who has more ways to describe ice and snow than an Eskimo, you can do all the weather reporting you want.


2. Avoid prologues.

They can be annoying, especially a prologue following an introduction that comes after a foreword. But these are ordinarily found in nonfiction. A prologue in a novel is backstory, and you can drop it in anywhere you want.

There is a prologue in John Steinbeck’s “Sweet Thursday,” but it’s O.K. because a character in the book makes the point of what my rules are all about. He says: “I like a lot of talk in a book and I don’t like to have nobody tell me what the guy that’s talking looks like. I want to figure out what he looks like from the way he talks. . . . figure out what the guy’s thinking from what he says. I like some description but not too much of that. . . . Sometimes I want a book to break loose with a bunch of hooptedoodle. . . . Spin up some pretty words maybe or sing a little song with language. That’s nice. But I wish it was set aside so I don’t have to read it. I don’t want hooptedoodle to get mixed up with the story.”


3. Never use a verb other than “said” to carry dialogue.

The line of dialogue belongs to the character; the verb is the writer sticking his nose in. But said is far less intrusive than grumbled, gasped, cautioned, lied. I once noticed Mary McCarthy ending a line of dialogue with “she asseverated,” and had to stop reading to get the dictionary.


4. Never use an adverb to modify the verb “said” . . .

. . . he admonished gravely. To use an adverb this way (or almost any way) is a mortal sin. The writer is now exposing himself in earnest, using a word that distracts and can interrupt the rhythm of the exchange. I have a character in one of my books tell how she used to write historical romances “full of rape and adverbs.”


5. Keep your exclamation points under control.

You are allowed no more than two or three per 100,000 words of prose. If you have the knack of playing with exclaimers the way Tom Wolfe does, you can throw them in by the handful.


6. Never use the words “suddenly” or “all hell broke loose.”

This rule doesn’t require an explanation. I have noticed that writers who use “suddenly” tend to exercise less control in the application of exclamation points.


7. Use regional dialect, patois, sparingly.

Once you start spelling words in dialogue phonetically and loading the page with apostrophes, you won’t be able to stop. Notice the way Annie Proulx captures the flavor of Wyoming voices in her book of short stories “Close Range.”

8. Avoid detailed descriptions of characters.

Which Steinbeck covered. In Ernest Hemingway’s “Hills Like White Elephants” what do the “American and the girl with him” look like? “She had taken off her hat and put it on the table.” That’s the only reference to a physical description in the story, and yet we see the couple and know them by their tones of voice, with not one adverb in sight.


9. Don’t go into great detail describing places and things.
Unless you’re Margaret Atwood and can paint scenes with language or write landscapes in the style of Jim Harrison. But even if you’re good at it, you don’t want descriptions that bring the action, the flow of the story, to a standstill.

And finally:


10. Try to leave out the part that readers tend to skip.

A rule that came to mind in 1983. Think of what you skip reading a novel: thick paragraphs of prose you can see have too many words in them. What the writer is doing, he’s writing, perpetrating hooptedoodle, perhaps taking another shot at the weather, or has gone into the character’s head, and the reader either knows what the guy’s thinking or doesn’t care. I’ll bet you don’t skip dialogue.

My most important rule is one that sums up the 10.

If it sounds like writing, I rewrite it.

Or, if proper usage gets in the way, it may have to go. I can’t allow what we learned in English composition to disrupt the sound and rhythm of the narrative. It’s my attempt to remain invisible, not distract the reader from the story with obvious writing. (Joseph Conrad said something about words getting in the way of what you want to say.)

If I write in scenes and always from the point of view of a particular character—the one whose view best brings the scene to life—I’m able to concentrate on the voices of the characters telling you who they are and how they feel about what they see and what’s going on, and I’m nowhere in sight.

What Steinbeck did in “Sweet Thursday” was title his chapters as an indication, though obscure, of what they cover. “Whom the Gods Love They Drive Nuts” is one, “Lousy Wednesday” another. The third chapter is titled “Hooptedoodle 1” and the 38th chapter “Hooptedoodle 2” as warnings to the reader, as if Steinbeck is saying: “Here’s where you’ll see me taking flights of fancy with my writing, and it won’t get in the way of the story. Skip them if you want.”

“Sweet Thursday” came out in 1954, when I was just beginning to be published, and I’ve never forgotten that prologue.

Did I read the hooptedoodle chapters? Every word.


Lots of really good advice here!



scooter
Posted: Monday, August 26, 2013 6:24:20 AM

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LadySharon wrote:
Good morning, bar flies! It's hump day, and I want to hump someone that can keep up with me all day today. Where's scooter hiding?


Hey Lady S,
How you been doing! I been hiding out here in the maple city in some of the shadiest spots I can find. The suns rays have been intense this summer, yet again.
Thanks for all the food and drink. Your special brew has got me feeling special deep down inside.Pint Drunk

Mr Rumpster,
I love what you've done with this place! Did you switch Coma and Tose's chairs around, or did they do it themselves?
I asked Coma, but he just keeps smiling and nodding his head, in no particular direction.
With football season kicking in, I figure Buz should be in talking about Georgia football soon.

Congratulations on your first book signing Mr DirtyMartini,

To think that I thought; your best attribute was running your bar tab higher than Dick Fosbury can flop, is an understatement.

Mondays are great, but Titty Tuesdays are twice as nice.





Regaeman Man
RumpleForeskin
Posted: Monday, August 26, 2013 1:01:57 PM

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Location: Lost in the desert west of Apache Junction, USA
Naughty Nurse and Scooter, a dynamic duo running the gamet of eroticism from 'a whole lot' to 'not'. ;)

If Buz drops in, it will be after this weekend's Georgia vs Clemson game, and if his Dawgs get spayed, he might not show up at all.

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HOW HUMANS DO IT: a fish-eye view of sex an Editor's Pick - no kidding

GETTING A LOT OF WHAT SHE WANTS a Recommended Read...believe it or not
RumpleForeskin
Posted: Tuesday, August 27, 2013 7:46:19 AM

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It's 'Titty Tuesday'. Since I can't phost pics of beautiful bountiful boobs, just imagine one of the B&W nekkid photos of Anita Ekberg from way back when. Now combine that with a big mug of Busty's coffee and you should be addlepated for the rest of the day.

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FROM:
Becky -- FOR: Matt -- With Love:
a Festive contest winner – honest

HOW HUMANS DO IT: a fish-eye view of sex an Editor's Pick - no kidding

GETTING A LOT OF WHAT SHE WANTS a Recommended Read...believe it or not
scooter
Posted: Tuesday, August 27, 2013 11:37:44 PM

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There you go Rump,

Happy tittie Tuesday friend

RumpleForeskin
Posted: Wednesday, August 28, 2013 3:21:34 PM

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Scooter you are a gentleman and a Boobologist of the highest order...or odor...maybe both. ;)

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FROM:
Becky -- FOR: Matt -- With Love:
a Festive contest winner – honest

HOW HUMANS DO IT: a fish-eye view of sex an Editor's Pick - no kidding

GETTING A LOT OF WHAT SHE WANTS a Recommended Read...believe it or not
RumpleForeskin
Posted: Tuesday, September 3, 2013 5:13:07 AM

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Morning, Lushland. Go ahead and drink your daily dose of Busty's coffee. After that, the rest of the day will be a snap.

And speaking of days, today is...

TITTY TUESDAY!

Just so you know, it's also, National Skyscraper Day. And before you start mouthing off...no, I'm not making that up and...yes, it does seem a bit phallic and Freudian and all.

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FROM:
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HOW HUMANS DO IT: a fish-eye view of sex an Editor's Pick - no kidding

GETTING A LOT OF WHAT SHE WANTS a Recommended Read...believe it or not
Mazza
Posted: Tuesday, September 3, 2013 5:39:49 AM

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RumpleForeskin
Posted: Wednesday, September 4, 2013 5:56:51 AM

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Happy 'Hump Day' oh ye horny humanity. No coffee today. Sorry about that. --Enough with the cheering, already.-- Anyway, seems Busty got herself a new vibrator, something called, 'The Big Bionic Banger' that has extra long-lasting batteries. Judging from the sounds coming out of the bedroom, service around here might be a tad slow today.

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FROM:
Becky -- FOR: Matt -- With Love:
a Festive contest winner – honest

HOW HUMANS DO IT: a fish-eye view of sex an Editor's Pick - no kidding

GETTING A LOT OF WHAT SHE WANTS a Recommended Read...believe it or not
scooter
Posted: Wednesday, September 4, 2013 9:46:52 PM

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Mazza wrote:


There's bubbles in your alfabit soup maz
RumpleForeskin
Posted: Friday, September 6, 2013 5:48:01 PM

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Welcome to this urban blight on the Lush landscape, Shawn. I did indeed write those oh, so mortal words in the 'way back when'. Since then, many moons, not to mention drunken moonings, have come and gone, and truth be told, The 'in' crowd has thinned out a bit, recently. But the coffee's still bad (as is she who brews the bilge), Coma and Tose continue to befoul the table in the far corner and the booze is of qquestionable provenance. However, the lava lamp is still going so have a shot or three of Beaver Breath Brandy on the house and stop back by for a gentlemanly gut-full next time you happen to be staggering by.

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FROM:
Becky -- FOR: Matt -- With Love:
a Festive contest winner – honest

HOW HUMANS DO IT: a fish-eye view of sex an Editor's Pick - no kidding

GETTING A LOT OF WHAT SHE WANTS a Recommended Read...believe it or not
STRETCHupNher
Posted: Saturday, September 7, 2013 1:28:03 AM

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Top of the day/evening to all, hope your staying dry if ya need to be Anxious and wet if ya wanna be... b229 I had a hell of a day... My niece had her baby shower at my house today and with 20+ cackling hens & a 1/2 dozen lil ones running about the place you all are knowing I hid out in the back room until they cleared out... Pray

I'm stretchy
RumpleForeskin
Posted: Saturday, September 7, 2013 5:30:46 AM

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Stretch, you are either the world's bravest man to hang around with all that going on...or you're almost as pussy-whipped as me. :)

Scooter, say 'hello' to Stretch, and Stretch, feel free to do the old vice versa to the Scoot-man.

Don't know about the rest of the 'in' crowd, but I have a toughday ahead filled with hardcore loafing while checking out several college football games in between power naps.

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FROM:
Becky -- FOR: Matt -- With Love:
a Festive contest winner – honest

HOW HUMANS DO IT: a fish-eye view of sex an Editor's Pick - no kidding

GETTING A LOT OF WHAT SHE WANTS a Recommended Read...believe it or not
DirtyMartini
Posted: Sunday, September 8, 2013 10:26:33 AM

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Good Afternoon my Lushkin friends...hey, is that Mr. Scooter? Good to see you Dude...

Hey Reverend...I'm in serious need of a drink right now...yeah, I know, I say that every day...but, see those bottles there on the top shelf? Yeah, just pass those over...and no need for a glass, I'll just drink right out of the bottle...

I have an interview in a couple of hours with columnist Eva Abreu in front of City Hall about my upcoming author event...that be this, in case anyone here don't know...

Remembering Patriot’s Day – Meet Author Alan W. Jankowski!
http://engagedpatrons.org/EventsExtended.cfm?SiteID=9763&EventID=179960

I believe it's a video interview, so I'll post the link later...

I'm not saying I'm nervous or anything...but, I will be wearing dark colored pants just in case I do piss myself...just sayin'

Pass the bottles Rump...

Cheers,
Alan.
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Adagio
Posted: Sunday, September 8, 2013 12:52:33 PM

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Rumplations and grits...BS and beanie weenies, it's all allowed at the zits and tits bar
RumpleForeskin
Posted: Sunday, September 8, 2013 7:27:47 PM

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(slides a bottle of Beaver Breath Brandy towards Brother Martini)

Grits and beanie-weenies...Adagio, you looking for a cooking job?

(slides bottle of Old Muleshoe Whiskey over to the Dirty-one)

Brother Martini, isn't that City Hall also home of the local calaboose? But seriously folks, congrats on the pub.

(glasses8

RUMPLATIONS (in, The Pub, forum) Home of the Lush 'in' crowd: indecent, intoxicated, & insolvent. Check it out.

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Becky -- FOR: Matt -- With Love:
a Festive contest winner – honest

HOW HUMANS DO IT: a fish-eye view of sex an Editor's Pick - no kidding

GETTING A LOT OF WHAT SHE WANTS a Recommended Read...believe it or not
scooter
Posted: Sunday, September 8, 2013 8:53:21 PM

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What a nice looking crowd for a week end.

Normally, some of our better lookers show up on tittie Tuesday! They seem to show up in pairs

Big Hugs
RumpleForeskin
Posted: Monday, September 9, 2013 5:28:49 AM

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Location: Lost in the desert west of Apache Junction, USA
And a big MMM (Moaning Monday Morning) to all who stagger in seeking cheap thrills and cheaper booze. Busty finally ran down the long-life battery in her 'Big Banger' vibrator. But not to worry, she's still to worn out to make coffee this AM.

For another miserable Monday, it's a pretty good day for the old barkeep what with LSU and the Saints both winning over the weekend.

There's a one-for-the-price-of-two special on Beaver Breath Brandy for those with favorite teams that faired less well, like for instance: the U of Texas, USC, the Giants and the Falcons.

glasses8

RUMPLATIONS (in, The Pub, forum) Home of the Lush 'in' crowd: indecent, intoxicated, & insolvent. Check it out.

FROM:
Becky -- FOR: Matt -- With Love:
a Festive contest winner – honest

HOW HUMANS DO IT: a fish-eye view of sex an Editor's Pick - no kidding

GETTING A LOT OF WHAT SHE WANTS a Recommended Read...believe it or not
scooter
Posted: Monday, September 9, 2013 11:34:42 PM

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Happy tittie Tuesday
RumpleForeskin
Posted: Tuesday, September 10, 2013 7:39:04 AM

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Posts: 3,309
Location: Lost in the desert west of Apache Junction, USA
Many thanks, Scooter. Your are a prince among porn meisters and a boobby-ologist for the ages. ;)
glasses8

RUMPLATIONS (in, The Pub, forum) Home of the Lush 'in' crowd: indecent, intoxicated, & insolvent. Check it out.

FROM:
Becky -- FOR: Matt -- With Love:
a Festive contest winner – honest

HOW HUMANS DO IT: a fish-eye view of sex an Editor's Pick - no kidding

GETTING A LOT OF WHAT SHE WANTS a Recommended Read...believe it or not
scooter
Posted: Wednesday, September 11, 2013 10:50:15 PM

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Thanks Rump,

I only posted that cause I happen to think she's pretty.

Unfortunately, I'm kinda partial to blondes


Regaeman Man
RumpleForeskin
Posted: Friday, September 13, 2013 7:00:13 AM

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Location: Lost in the desert west of Apache Junction, USA
NOTICE: Today's TGIF debauch has been postponed for a week to make room on the Rumplations social schedule for the OMGIF (the 13th) drunken orgy...misbehave accordingly.

Scooter, without fear of contradiction I can say that I have nothing personel against any blonde...and that is a great pity. :

glasses8(

RUMPLATIONS (in, The Pub, forum) Home of the Lush 'in' crowd: indecent, intoxicated, & insolvent. Check it out.

FROM:
Becky -- FOR: Matt -- With Love:
a Festive contest winner – honest

HOW HUMANS DO IT: a fish-eye view of sex an Editor's Pick - no kidding

GETTING A LOT OF WHAT SHE WANTS a Recommended Read...believe it or not
RumpleForeskin
Posted: Tuesday, September 17, 2013 7:29:14 AM

Rank: The Right Rev of Lush

Joined: 7/3/2009
Posts: 3,309
Location: Lost in the desert west of Apache Junction, USA
Another weekend shot to hell. But despair not, for is it not written that today is...

TITTY TUESDAY!

Indecent exposure of boobage, public intoxication and orgiastic running amuk are encouraged.

note: No coffee today. Busty got an extended-life, lithium ion battery for her new but much abused, Big Banger, vibrator.

glasses8

RUMPLATIONS (in, The Pub, forum) Home of the Lush 'in' crowd: indecent, intoxicated, & insolvent. Check it out.

FROM:
Becky -- FOR: Matt -- With Love:
a Festive contest winner – honest

HOW HUMANS DO IT: a fish-eye view of sex an Editor's Pick - no kidding

GETTING A LOT OF WHAT SHE WANTS a Recommended Read...believe it or not
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