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Bouncy Ball Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jan-26-05 02:47 PM
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38. No one knows who wrote Beowulf.
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  -I'm really really freaked out about something right now!!! Bouncy Ball  Jan-26-05 12:55 PM   #0 
  - You should take...  LiberalVoice   Jan-26-05 12:56 PM   #1 
  - What if I already do?  Bouncy Ball   Jan-26-05 12:57 PM   #3 
  - I recommend you take  radwriter0555   Jan-26-05 01:08 PM   #10 
     - And where do I get that?  Bouncy Ball   Jan-26-05 01:16 PM   #22 
  - seek help, ASAP....  mike_c   Jan-26-05 12:56 PM   #2 
  - MIKE!!!!  Bouncy Ball   Jan-26-05 12:57 PM   #4 
     - my fee request is in the mail....  mike_c   Jan-26-05 01:10 PM   #13 
        - DAmmit.  Bouncy Ball   Jan-26-05 01:15 PM   #21 
           - as cheap as they come....  mike_c   Jan-26-05 01:17 PM   #23 
  - Relax. Get some Cliff's notes on "Paradise Lost"  LisaM   Jan-26-05 12:59 PM   #5 
  - I have often  MuseRider   Jan-26-05 01:00 PM   #6 
  - I think anytime Milton is brought up  Bouncy Ball   Jan-26-05 01:15 PM   #20 
  - No worries.. Milton has been moved to the storage basement  tridim   Jan-26-05 01:04 PM   #7 
  - lol  peekaloo   Jan-26-05 01:09 PM   #11 
  - Oh good. That's a load off.  Bouncy Ball   Jan-26-05 01:14 PM   #18 
  - Read" Paradise Lost" and" Paradise Regained "and be done with it  barb162   Jan-26-05 01:07 PM   #8 
  - He IS hard to read!!!  Bouncy Ball   Jan-26-05 01:14 PM   #17 
     - As I read your last sentence it reminded me of senior yr. in  barb162   Jan-26-05 01:30 PM   #26 
     - it was from Beowulf I think  barb162   Jan-26-05 01:39 PM   #30 
     - No one knows who wrote Beowulf.  Bouncy Ball   Jan-26-05 02:47 PM   #38 
        - it had to be some monk as they were about the only people capable  barb162   Jan-26-05 09:36 PM   #41 
     - ah, the opening of The Canterbury Tales  fishwax   Jan-26-05 02:30 PM   #33 
     - The boys in my class loved the part that sounded like  Bouncy Ball   Jan-26-05 02:46 PM   #36 
     - okay!!!! like a foreign language... shoures soote  barb162   Jan-26-05 03:00 PM   #39 
        - you recall correctly  fishwax   Jan-26-05 04:55 PM   #40 
     - Whan that April with its shore a sota (I am doing this phonetically)  Bouncy Ball   Jan-26-05 02:45 PM   #35 
        - yeah, yeah, the top three lines are bouncing in my head all day now.  barb162   Jan-26-05 09:42 PM   #43 
     - I meant to mention I thought he was brilliant (John Donne too)  barb162   Jan-26-05 01:35 PM   #29 
        - Oh I love Donne  Bouncy Ball   Jan-26-05 02:47 PM   #37 
  - Milton? You Mean Milton Berle?  ribofunk   Jan-26-05 01:08 PM   #9 
  - Ha Ha Ha  barb162   Jan-26-05 01:31 PM   #27 
  - I had a similiar nightmare about Calculus that seemed so real  LynneSin   Jan-26-05 01:09 PM   #12 
  - You didn't.  Bouncy Ball   Jan-26-05 01:12 PM   #15 
  - It's weird... some mornings I wake up thinking I'm late to class or forgot  Lavender Brown   Jan-26-05 01:11 PM   #14 
  - I graduated in 1992  Bouncy Ball   Jan-26-05 01:13 PM   #16 
  - I think that happens to everyone  tridim   Jan-26-05 01:15 PM   #19 
  - I graduated decades ago and still will have a dream, actually, a  barb162   Jan-26-05 09:55 PM   #44 
  - No, no. Read "On His Blindness". Much shorter, and you can still say you  DemItAllAnyway   Jan-26-05 01:21 PM   #24 
  - Oooo, good idea, seriously.  Bouncy Ball   Jan-26-05 01:26 PM   #25 
     - well, I was also an English major  tigereye   Jan-26-05 01:33 PM   #28 
        - I still remember discussing in class why Milton decided to make  barb162   Jan-26-05 10:01 PM   #45 
  - Hey! I read this same thread over at Freeperville!  progressoid   Jan-26-05 01:39 PM   #31 
  - Oh they are such sad creatures, aren't they?  Bouncy Ball   Jan-26-05 02:43 PM   #34 
  - He wrote some beautiful short poems.  Shakespeare   Jan-26-05 01:56 PM   #32 
  - I have my Masters in English  RetroLounge   Jan-26-05 09:41 PM   #42 
  - ROFL  Bouncy Ball   Jan-27-05 11:17 AM   #46 
  - As long as you know about the Wife of Bath  ernstbass   Jan-27-05 11:36 AM   #47 
  - Milton is worth reading  BurtWorm   Jan-27-05 11:43 AM   #48 

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