Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by coco » Fri Nov 18, 2016 11:04 am

Pepik wrote:... Much discussion occurred after.
I was afraid I would miss a bunch of good stuff.
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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by coco » Thu Dec 15, 2016 11:53 pm

The second best way to mark a book as yours is to lick it.
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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by Skip » Thu Dec 15, 2016 11:55 pm

coco wrote:The second best way to mark a book as yours is to lick it.
Or to rub your <blank> on the Preface.
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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by coco » Fri Dec 16, 2016 12:08 am

Skip wrote:
coco wrote:The second best way to mark a book as yours is to lick it.
Or to rub your <blank> on the Preface.
And for those who are wondering, that would be the first.
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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by Pepik » Fri Dec 16, 2016 12:27 am

coco wrote:
Skip wrote:
coco wrote:The second best way to mark a book as yours is to lick it.
Or to rub your <blank> on the Preface.
And for those who are wondering, that would be the first.
Orange Marmalade comes in fourth, maybe fifth. Anyways, make sure you read that preface before you do that 'cause you ain't reading it after you do that.
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Joe


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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by durangopipe » Fri Dec 16, 2016 12:40 am

Pepik wrote:
coco wrote:
Skip wrote:
coco wrote:The second best way to mark a book as yours is to lick it.
Or to rub your <blank> on the Preface.
And for those who are wondering, that would be the first.
Orange Marmalade comes in fourth, maybe fifth. Anyways, make sure you read that preface before you do that 'cause you ain't reading it after you do that.
Whatever happened to personalized bookplates?
Your you know what belongs you know where, and orange marmalade belongs on an English muffin.
The most improper job of any man, even saints, is bossing other men. Not one in a million is fit for it, and least of all those who seek the opportunity.

J.R.R. Tolkien



Wherever we go in the world we find other men speaking the same language...dreaming the same dreams. And one of the big four - brownie, or brookie, cutthroat or rainbow - is the cause of it all.

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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by Pepik » Fri Dec 16, 2016 12:42 am

durangopipe wrote:
Pepik wrote:
coco wrote:
Skip wrote:
coco wrote:The second best way to mark a book as yours is to lick it.
Or to rub your <blank> on the Preface.
And for those who are wondering, that would be the first.
Orange Marmalade comes in fourth, maybe fifth. Anyways, make sure you read that preface before you do that 'cause you ain't reading it after you do that.
Whatever happened to personalized bookplates?
Your you know what belongs you know where, and orange marmalade belongs on an English muffin.
The situation at hand required drastic measures. A bookplate just wouldn't ensure proper disposition of the "asset".
Rgrds,
Joe


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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by durangopipe » Fri Dec 16, 2016 12:44 am

Pepik wrote:
durangopipe wrote:
Pepik wrote:
coco wrote:
Skip wrote:
coco wrote:The second best way to mark a book as yours is to lick it.
Or to rub your <blank> on the Preface.
And for those who are wondering, that would be the first.
Orange Marmalade comes in fourth, maybe fifth. Anyways, make sure you read that preface before you do that 'cause you ain't reading it after you do that.
Whatever happened to personalized bookplates?
Your you know what belongs you know where, and orange marmalade belongs on an English muffin.
The situation at hand required drastic measures. A bookplate just wouldn't ensure proper disposition of the "asset".
Ah!
Got it.
The most improper job of any man, even saints, is bossing other men. Not one in a million is fit for it, and least of all those who seek the opportunity.

J.R.R. Tolkien



Wherever we go in the world we find other men speaking the same language...dreaming the same dreams. And one of the big four - brownie, or brookie, cutthroat or rainbow - is the cause of it all.

Roderick Haig-Brown

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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by Dlibbon » Fri Dec 16, 2016 6:20 am

I keep forgetting about the Hootennanny. Is it every week?

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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by coco » Fri Dec 16, 2016 8:27 am

Dlibbon wrote:I keep forgetting about the Hootennanny. Is it every week?
Every other week. PM Pepik and he can put you on the list. Upon accepting an invitation, it shows up on your Google calendar.
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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by coco » Fri Dec 16, 2016 8:29 am

durangopipe wrote:
Pepik wrote:
durangopipe wrote:
Pepik wrote:
coco wrote:
Skip wrote:
coco wrote:The second best way to mark a book as yours is to lick it.
Or to rub your <blank> on the Preface.
And for those who are wondering, that would be the first.
Orange Marmalade comes in fourth, maybe fifth. Anyways, make sure you read that preface before you do that 'cause you ain't reading it after you do that.
Whatever happened to personalized bookplates?
Your you know what belongs you know where, and orange marmalade belongs on an English muffin.
The situation at hand required drastic measures. A bookplate just wouldn't ensure proper disposition of the "asset".
Ah!
Got it.
I prefer a glaze made with orange marmalade, cranberries, and crystallized ginger. Just thinking about it makes me want to lick a preface.
"Like a gold ring in a pig's snout is a cob with a forever lucite stem." (Pipverbs 1:1)
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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by UncleBob » Fri Dec 16, 2016 8:33 am

coco wrote:
durangopipe wrote:
Pepik wrote:
durangopipe wrote:
Pepik wrote:
coco wrote:
Skip wrote:
coco wrote:The second best way to mark a book as yours is to lick it.
Or to rub your <blank> on the Preface.
And for those who are wondering, that would be the first.
Orange Marmalade comes in fourth, maybe fifth. Anyways, make sure you read that preface before you do that 'cause you ain't reading it after you do that.
Whatever happened to personalized bookplates?
Your you know what belongs you know where, and orange marmalade belongs on an English muffin.
The situation at hand required drastic measures. A bookplate just wouldn't ensure proper disposition of the "asset".
Ah!
Got it.
I prefer a glaze made with orange marmalade, cranberries, and crystallized ginger. Just thinking about it makes me want to lick a preface.
I hear that <blank> rub has too much garlic.
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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by hugodrax » Fri Dec 16, 2016 8:54 am

UncleBob wrote:
coco wrote:
durangopipe wrote:
Pepik wrote:
durangopipe wrote:
Pepik wrote:
coco wrote:
Skip wrote:
coco wrote:The second best way to mark a book as yours is to lick it.
Or to rub your <blank> on the Preface.
And for those who are wondering, that would be the first.
Orange Marmalade comes in fourth, maybe fifth. Anyways, make sure you read that preface before you do that 'cause you ain't reading it after you do that.
Whatever happened to personalized bookplates?
Your you know what belongs you know where, and orange marmalade belongs on an English muffin.
The situation at hand required drastic measures. A bookplate just wouldn't ensure proper disposition of the "asset".
Ah!
Got it.
I prefer a glaze made with orange marmalade, cranberries, and crystallized ginger. Just thinking about it makes me want to lick a preface.
I hear that <blank> rub has too much garlic.
I'm glad I left when I did.
Etiam mihi opinio anserem perirent.

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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by Skip » Fri Dec 16, 2016 9:02 am

hugodrax wrote:
UncleBob wrote:
coco wrote:
durangopipe wrote:
Pepik wrote:
durangopipe wrote:
Pepik wrote:
coco wrote:
Skip wrote:
coco wrote:The second best way to mark a book as yours is to lick it.
Or to rub your <blank> on the Preface.
And for those who are wondering, that would be the first.
Orange Marmalade comes in fourth, maybe fifth. Anyways, make sure you read that preface before you do that 'cause you ain't reading it after you do that.
Whatever happened to personalized bookplates?
Your you know what belongs you know where, and orange marmalade belongs on an English muffin.
The situation at hand required drastic measures. A bookplate just wouldn't ensure proper disposition of the "asset".
Ah!
Got it.
I prefer a glaze made with orange marmalade, cranberries, and crystallized ginger. Just thinking about it makes me want to lick a preface.
I hear that <blank> rub has too much garlic.
I'm glad I left when I did.
Well, you missed our late-arriving visitor in plaid dressing gown holding a cat named Waffles.
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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by hugodrax » Fri Dec 16, 2016 9:21 am

Skip wrote:
hugodrax wrote:
UncleBob wrote:
coco wrote:
durangopipe wrote:
Pepik wrote:
durangopipe wrote:
Pepik wrote:
coco wrote:
Skip wrote:[quote="coco"]The second best way to mark a book as yours is to lick it.
Or to rub your <blank> on the Preface.
And for those who are wondering, that would be the first.
Orange Marmalade comes in fourth, maybe fifth. Anyways, make sure you read that preface before you do that 'cause you ain't reading it after you do that.
Whatever happened to personalized bookplates?
Your you know what belongs you know where, and orange marmalade belongs on an English muffin.
The situation at hand required drastic measures. A bookplate just wouldn't ensure proper disposition of the "asset".
Ah!
Got it.
I prefer a glaze made with orange marmalade, cranberries, and crystallized ginger. Just thinking about it makes me want to lick a preface.
I hear that <blank> rub has too much garlic.
I'm glad I left when I did.
Well, you missed our late-arriving visitor in plaid dressing gown holding a cat named Waffles.[/quote]

Blofeld? I LOVE that guy!
Etiam mihi opinio anserem perirent.

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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by UncleBob » Thu Mar 23, 2017 3:41 pm

Uncovered footage from Hootenanny XXVII: Click Here

Pepik vows to find "The Leaking SOB <zederated> Del's nutz!"
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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by Skip » Thu Mar 23, 2017 9:58 pm

FredS: "If you locked him in a room all alone, within twelve hours he'd beat the s*** out of himself."
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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by Skip » Thu Mar 23, 2017 10:45 pm

New records on length of uninterrupted discussions on ... :

- Discussion of tobacco and cellars?

- Religion?
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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by Skip » Thu Mar 23, 2017 11:16 pm

Judge!!!! This one?

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Re: Revelations from Last Night's CPS Hootennanny

Post by Skip » Thu Mar 23, 2017 11:31 pm

Skip takes advantage of lulls in the conversation to repair rosaries...
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