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    dots Submission Name: Intrados Tinedots
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    Author: monad
    ASL Info:    64/M/California
    Elite Ratio:    8 - 1090/408/117
    Words: 1139
    Class/Type: Misc/Misc
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    Description:
       deontological homogeny epiphany


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    dotsIntrados Tinedots
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    Intrados tine, tepid Walter loam

    treacherously torrid and torrential torrents of totally tangential tumultuous tortuous ; tyrannically torturous adjunct viably salient seethe

    procrastinating pandemic plenipotentiary prosthesis ; prosaically pragmatic parenthetical predication predilection premise prognostication

    panoramic tableau

    preternatural propensity proclivity prestidigitation

    gesticulation :

    gyration guidon ; ghastly gruesome grotesque hideously horrible horrendous heinous
    groaty gnarly

    diabolically maniacal dementia brusque macabre abrupt

    awful

    amalgamated anathema analysis agnate aggregate aberrance
    somatalogy virtuoso cognate obduracy

    worse

    rudiment ebullience , confluence effluent effusion affluent , prolific profusity opulence , cogent fecund secular secund , recondite redolence abstrusely obstreperous mesomerism
    resonance resilience

    protractive perpetude futurity

    blither blandishing blabber burnishing boresome blahs
    lithe blithe jabber prattle chatter tithe
    morose morsel moribundness
    stolid stoic
    stalwart bastion bulwark

    Plenary plenipotentiary fiduciary principle







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      I havent got past the first line, really. After several reads and many consultations with reference material, still I'm stuck at 'tine'.
    An epiphany...partnered with an antler's curve?

    ...


    Perhaps I missing the forest for the trees, as Lloyd pointed out in his comment.

    I know you have a lot to say that I'd enjoy hearing,

    I just wish I knew what the hell you were talking about.

    I'm feeling more than a bit doltish.


    I'll stop back again when my brain stops sizzling.
    If it does.
    | Posted on 2012-01-29 00:00:00 | by latentlylyrical | [ Reply to This ]
      First glance seems like an indulgence in mental masturbation which many tend to favor, that is, a puzzle of sorts delivered as an abstract, definitely a form of art. Second consideration tends towards what one might expect to hear if one could record and then greatly speed up something akin to that certain meeting known as an Ent's "moot" inclusive of a few maldictions which I can imagine seeing within.

    Like the Jews who leave out the consonants so as to not accidently pronounce a certain holy name or even the true knowing of pronunciation to outsiders for that matter, so too such unnecessary articles are swept clean, perhaps for the same reasons. "If you have to ask, you wouldn't understand anyway". Here (hear) are my thoughts, make of them what you will. Lessor mortals shall not prevail, or perhaps no mortals at all.

    But still, art in any event. Some art, if you look too closely is meaningless. There has to be a certain distance for any picture to present itself, a certain perspective. Now where did this come from? We might ask, but it's more a thing to experience than to heard explained. Kind of like religion. As sent by a (insert last line here).
    | Posted on 2012-01-29 00:00:00 | by Blue Monk | [ Reply to This ]


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