The Musings and Tall Tales of J.A. Klim
RF, I hate to be the english language usage police, but this is the 2nd post in which you've used "throws" when you mean "throes."throe n.1. A severe pang or spasm of pain, as in childbirth. See Synonyms at pain.2. throes A condition of agonizing struggle or trouble: a country in the throes of economic collapse.
Thanks. No, I prefer that these things be pointed out. I am sure, by posting so often, I make many mistakes. I blame me ignorance on growin' up in the backwoods...of Cape Cod.
Ease off, Toepath.
Thanks Chika. BTW, where the hell have you been? Every time I knock in your door, two dudes come out. I need to borrow some coffee cream! Come quick!
Towpath would probably like to correct "in your door" to "on your door". Or not. I'm just guessing.I had a sex change. And talked Komal into doing the same. 1119 seems to have disappaeared from my 11th floor. I am forced to drink alone and avoid feeling like an alcoholic.
I entertain milions of people on a daily basis with my humorus ramblings ... so any mystakes shuld be pardoned.
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