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Aristus

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Gender: Male
Hometown: Puyallup, Washington
Member since: 2001
Number of posts: 33,868

About Me

I truly believe that we will all live in peace and brotherhood someday. And so that I don't lose my faith in humanity, I will live my life as if that day had already happened.

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My favorite kind of Thanksgiving leftovers:

The fridge full of booze we never got around to drinking.

I boughts tons of the stuff for the feast. We had a house full of guests, and I like to be a good host. No guest wanted for beer, cider, or wine; many broughts bottles of their own, and my glass recycler is brimming with empties.

But there are still bottles and bottles left in the fridge, and all for me!...

Having a beer with lunch right now...

Friday, November 23rd. The Thanksgiving Weekend Edition of William Shakespeare's Thought For The Day



"A very honest woman..."

Antony And Cleopatra", Act V, Scene 2, Line 251.

Saturday, November 17th. The Weekend Edition of William Shakespeare's Thought For The Day.



"I am glad of your departure."

As You Like It, Act III, Scene 2, Line 288.

Exhausting day in clinic today. Some very complex, time-consuming patients. Hold me...



And not a drop of alcohol in the house for a nightcap...

Saturday, November 10th. The Weekend Edition of William Shakespeare's Thought For The Day.






"This day is ours, as many more shall be."

Henry VI, Part I, Act 1, Scene 5, Line 18.

For the Irish, and the Irish at heart, a celebratory blast from the past.

From 2008, to be exact.

Sing along!...

Just cracked my bottle of champagne!

I LOVE EVERYONE! I LOVE YOU ALL!......

Saturday, November 3rd. The Weekend Edition of William Shakespeare's Thought For The Day.







"...such bursts of horrid thunder,
Such groans of roaring wind and rain, I never
Remember to have heard."

King Lear, Act III, Scene 2, Lines 46-48.

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