Back around 1999 Mark "GB" Herron stumbled onto FF@ and shortly thereafter his natural talent for bad poetry revealed itself, to the delight and horror of all. In fact, it has revealed itself so much that we here at the Institute gave him his own office just to keep it from cluttering up the hallway. Enjoy!
Subject: Re: Cheeky 1998 - 2000 RIP ;^(
Conrad Black wrote:
> I buried Cheeky last Thursday, it was a nice service ... > Well, Cheeky got buried after the last vet bill for the final > needle, she cost me half a GLX, not bad for a $2.50 rat !
a needles prick
big sleep for cheeky glx
farewell rat in rimu suit
Subject: Non FF: Bouncing Ku for You Sue K
Follow the bouncing brookie
No pings from techie today
Bandwidth sorries all listers
Subject: Re: into the backing
Disks are a pawling
Siren calls of Hardy from afar
Hit song has my backing
Bauer bird singing
In the dawn of day
Take these wanton nymphs
And learn to fly
Subject: Re: Mark GBH Re: Rick Re: Steelhead ? (Great Lakes)
Leslie Benscoter wrote:
> French Bread, no fat. I had one with some fresh oysters and > Greek Salad -- sort of an Otolunch :)otto lith for otolunch
Subject: Re: UNSUBSCRIBE ?
Dear Diminishing Listers
To those left.......... Oh dear, here we go. Go ahead then, blame ME why
don't you. 'Twas my ku that broke the dromedaries coccyx. Never mind the
others, just make me the scapegoat over the great bovine mammalian fluid
exodus. The Savanorola/ Joan of Arc of ff@ that's me. Alright then. Gather
the kindling, ready the stake, pour out the lox and chuck another GBH on the
barbie. Sniff. You heartless hypocrite bastard meanies. Sob. Let those
without ku cast the first keystroke. Pitter pat. - tears falling freely onto keyboard.
I don't know if I can, sob wail sigh, go on...... Hang on, the muse is
One lowku too many
Over the PETA's nest s/he flew
Yours in shame and torment,
Mark Mea Culpa GBH
Subject: Re: Ingredients in the spam :^)
To those about to rock we salute you. To those about to unnsubscrivel, we
apologize for the bandwidth.
Roll them, ignite and inhale
Sow your sativas
Naturally increase your modulus
Wham bam thank you spam.
Subject: Report from the River
>I'm liftin anchor and driftin to the Salmo Slide Hole - be > back in 45. *S*
my totem has been staying out of dry fly range but following your drift. its
reports have me wondering if that credit card is about to be impounded
not making cutt
cannon balls are loosed
Subject: Re: Fisher rod company?
Richard Frank wrote:
> If you've got the Wurst grip, you've got the best!
getting a pleasing grip ok
no need to double haul
Subject: Canadian Follies
Leslie Benscoter wrote:
> Oh My. :) Could be,
...This may spawn an independent council or some > such thing :)
Studwell Dork and his Legal Bills
Playing at the Palais tonight
Pay at the door, the beating goes on
Subject: Re: suscribe
Richard Frank wrote:
>On 15 Feb 2001, Eddie Marfeo wrote: > > > suuscribe > > Damn, that was close Eddie. Keep trying, son!
permission to ku sir?
2 u who cook oo
man u need 2 drop a u2
uky edu - unsubsrivel me
crankshaft w gbh
Subject: What it Takes ku
Strong heart clear eye
Keen mind willing quick hands
Deep spirit hunting
Subject: Re: brain fart
> I forgot how to subscribe to the list.
> I haven't broken the ku thing to him yet.
maybe i kin hep sum. :^)
got lost unsubscrivel land
set tambo flyfish
Subject: Genetic Mod. fish - wts
The Old Coot wrote:
> Hi Mark: I`m pretty sure a twig snapped somewhere, just now: but I > couldent hear it.However with all the nonesense that has been > going on for the last two days somebodies twig must have snapped. Do you > suppose we could get him or her a replacement?
g'day jean paul
no worries mate! plenty of spare twigs on this list. try this one. :^)
broken rod goes unnoticed
coot is snappy
Subject: Re: PETA is at it again...
G'day U's Buggers
First off, had to do a double take on the web site url http://www.asairs.com/singer.html. Thought it might be missing an "s" and an "h" in the middle there - alternatively an "r"and an "e" if the English you speak comes from England. Peta and Peter, does that make a repeater or a semi automatic? An an under and over perhaps. :^)
How about 'ol Peter Singer? We are eternally proud the boy is sprung from the loins of Oz.
Now, if I were a philosopher and knew how to disguise my e-mail address, I might ask these buggers or anti-buggers what the difference was between artificial insemination, including taking the makings from the bull, and animal sexual abuse - to the animal that is. ;^) Oh sorry, so that's not kosher either huh, but what does the bull say about it - other than the obvious hmmmmmmmmmmmahhhhh. ( BTW, that's bull talk for how was it for you honey) Then again what about when the farmer or the vet goes in armpit deep looking for junior or to unplug the plumbing? Bugger me, it gets hard to do an animal a good turn doesn't it? 'Less maybe you are seated in the chesterfield, tamping the ash off the cuban and sipping on the chardonnay. Of course the world is all very straightforward if you know alot more about armchairs than animal husbandry. :^)
I'm Peta, repeat Peter
Reiterative, that's for free
I'm a champion, of the underdog
The missionary position for me
cha cha cha
ps Mind how you pet that pet now - especially you cat lovers. I'm watching you David Lewis.
Subject: Spare dogie tinnes
> Yes, I surrender. All the flylines you want for free but please stop the > psychological mind altering torture. There is blood coming out my ear. > > Who am I again?
Too easy. You have been reincarnated as a sage xp blank with matching sth reel. You are on a stake out
in the veggie patch. That's not blood, it's a tomato. :^)
Heinz big red
Sagely staked and southerly reeling
Basil Faulty towers
Subject: Re: Poco Harum
Don Kelly wrote:
> That's Procol Harem. You're not a very good old hippie Bob. > We'll, now that I think about it, maybe you are ;-)
Jeez here I was thinking you would be tad young for this one. Must have been
a precocious youngster. :^)
And so it waaaaas...
That her face at first just pastry,
Turned a wider shed of pail.
Subject: Re: Innocent Question for Bruce
Bruce Wainman wrote:
> Truth is I understand nothing about either group and the > Scots puzzle me even more. One of my Scots students kept > asking me if she should enquire of her clients whether they > have "hair-piece." I said I didn't really think it was > necessary from a medical point of view... only later did I > realize she was asking about "herpes" not "hair-piece."
thank you. i am still chuckling, notwithstanding that i have ample
mcphee in my dna.
hmmm. i think i feel a coup coming on.
warning. warning danger will robinson (ya lattle sassenach geet)
new members please brace or do not read.
favourite scotch std
brogue blended malt under sporran
you got hair piece - jammy
Subject: Re: Selling and buying fly fishing
> It's a natural marketing reaction to a full street corner > scene. A bit of extra flash might catch the passing > motorist's eye and all that....
Finished my coffee now and moving into ku mode.
Guides on the corner
Flashing their extra bits
Motorists are hooked on the fly
What size experience would fit you best
Flashing incurs extra charge
Subject: Re: Unfurling the Answer?
Gary Bell wrote:
> But the problem was "apparently", that the loop was trying to > collapse at the hinge - i.e.weak hinge not a stiffer one > trying to open the loop. It was surmised that the problem was > in the loop to loop connection.
g'day gary/ double oh severn!
how does that old monkeys song go again? ah yes. i remember now....
"then i saw her hinge....do do....do do. now i'm a believer. i couldn't
lever if i tried."
it's amazing what you can see just by looking - the loopy emperor's
bottom for example ;^)
leader loose in top paddock
my loopy lines are all unhinged
dying casts are certifiable
"keep your loops pulled tight, your bogdan greased and your hinges
oiled." - yogi paul bearer
Stay tuned for more, 2003 promises to be a good year for bad GBH poetry!
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