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MacMcClerque


Aug 9, 2010, 9:28 AM

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Looking for readers and writers. English language and any other language, though my only other language is French (plus barely passable German). Within a geographic circle whose radius would be about 50 miles or 80k and would include perimeter points of, say, Wurzburg and Bamberg.

Things I like: open minds; critical thinking; music; swimming; linguistics; math; humility; laughter; night; travel; conversation; children; animals; malcontents; happy people; french fries; architecture; cities; bridges; hobbyists; adventure; spontaneity; Agnostics; Atheists; Buddhists; Christians; Hindus; Jews; Muslims; Situationists; Sufis; gardening.

Things I don't like: kowtowing; boredom; arrogance; political correction; snobbery; militant grammarians; militant patriotism.

Geographic proximity is nice, but not absolutely necessary. It's just that I'm not often physically outside of the circle I plotted above, and my means for doing so on short notice are limited.


sandys
Sandy Soli
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Aug 9, 2010, 11:37 AM

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Welcome. In this community, geographic boundaries are not a problem. Hope you also have some luck finding a writing group near you.


To prevent sunburn, cover yourself with books.
----Sandy----


spellbound


Aug 10, 2010, 6:30 PM

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Things I don't like: kowtowing; boredom; arrogance; political correction; snobbery; militant grammarians; militant patriotism.

Geographic proximity is nice, but not absolutely necessary. It's just that I'm not often physically outside of the circle I plotted above, and my means for doing so on short notice are limited.



spellbound


Aug 10, 2010, 8:24 PM

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Things I don't like: kowtowing; boredom; arrogance; political correction; snobbery; militant grammarians; militant patriotism.

Geographic proximity is nice, but not absolutely necessary. It's just that I'm not often physically outside of the circle I plotted above, and my means for doing so on short notice are limited.


Welcome. The beauty of online communities is such that it makes the geometric proximity immaterial. I hope you find both.

About the "Things I Don't like:": I think most of us are guilty of one or more of those transgressions at one time or another. :) But so what? To err is human.. etc.


MacMcClerque


Aug 11, 2010, 12:52 AM

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Thanks Sandy.


MacMcClerque


Aug 11, 2010, 12:58 AM

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Those are just some of the dove-y examples of my dualist nature. I took a few Comp. Lit. courses in the old days, so I'm down with the fall. You called my bluff.

But seriously, boredom is inexcusable.


spellbound


Aug 11, 2010, 8:04 PM

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Those are just some of the dove-y examples of my dualist nature. I took a few Comp. Lit. courses in the old days, so I'm down with the fall. You called my bluff.

But seriously, boredom is inexcusable.


Cool!
Goota think about that boredom stuff. Do you mean one should not be bored no matter what the circumstances? What about people in solitary confinement?

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