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b0b


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Post Posted 21 Mar 2015 9:00 am     Reply with quote

I started writing poetry recently

POETR
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Charlie McDonald


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Post Posted 21 Mar 2015 9:12 am     Reply with quote

Y not?
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Alan Brookes


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Post Posted 21 Mar 2015 9:52 am     Reply with quote

Y ? Oh Well
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b0b


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Post Posted 21 Mar 2015 1:19 pm     Reply with quote

I'll consider your suggestions when I get back to that project.
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Ray Jenkins


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Post Posted 21 Mar 2015 1:43 pm     Reply with quote

I was gonna post something but I guess I will wait a while longer, Maybe.
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Rick Collins


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Post Posted 21 Mar 2015 1:45 pm     Reply with quote

b0b wrote:
I started writing poetry recently

POETR

I really don't have time to reply to this, but:

B0b, you shouldn't get involved in huge projects like this.
You don't have the stamina, the patience, or the sustainability to complete them.
A simple POEM would suffice.
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Charlie McDonald


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Post Posted 22 Mar 2015 4:04 am     Reply with quote

POE...
oh, that's right, he already wrote it. Say no more.
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John Booth


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Post Posted 22 Mar 2015 5:09 am     Reply with quote

My wife says I'm so lazy I wouldn't take a job biting the holes out of donuts.
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Charlie McDonald


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Post Posted 22 Mar 2015 7:04 am     Reply with quote

Ray Jenkins wrote:
I was gonna post something but I guess I will wait a while longer, Maybe.

Ray, I was going to tell you to hold off, but I didn't get around to it.

You know, somebody gave me a round to-it once; it was a wooden nickel. Stupid thing, a wooden nickel; woodn't nickel work?
I spent it. Took too much effort to hold on toit. I bought some donut holes. Worst purchase I ever made. Boy that guy was lazy.
Wish I hadn't gotten around to it.
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Alan Brookes


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Post Posted 22 Mar 2015 10:16 am     Reply with quote

Surely a bag full of doughnut holes would be empty.
By taking out the centres of the doughnuts to make the holes you're creating other doughnuts of a different shape.

Maybe this is something for consideration in the Nothing discussion.

By the way, I've seen doughnuts made, and they don't take the centres out: they're round as they come out of the machine.

Maybe I'll write an article on it when I get round to. Oh Well

Hey, I guess I just did, so that's a job completed which I won't have to do again. Shocked

Maybe the way to complete procrastination is to consider the feats already accomplished as sufficient. But, then, that would require making a mental list, which is far too much like mental work.

I'll think about it. There's no hurry. Oh Well
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Post Posted 22 Mar 2015 10:33 am     Reply with quote

These are good suggestions for the year. You are the moderator of the workshop, even though I still haven't received my
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Enrolment Forms for my Procrastination Workshop

Certainly, there is no hurry.
Quote:
... this is something for consideration in the Nothing discussion.


I tried to take minutes of the meeting, but it took hours.
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Alan Brookes


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Post Posted 22 Mar 2015 11:03 am     Reply with quote


That's certainly something to think about, though maybe a little exhausting.
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Post Posted 22 Mar 2015 11:49 am     Reply with quote

Hard work pays off later.
Laziness pays off now.
I've always been one for being in the moment.
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Richard Wilhelm


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Post Posted 23 Mar 2015 12:44 pm     Reply with quote

I`m always consulting my swami, Swami Protrastanada. He usually answers "never mind".
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b0b


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Post Posted 23 Mar 2015 3:25 pm     Reply with quote

Ladies, if your husband says he'll do something, he'll do it. You don't have to remind him every six months!
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Alan Brookes


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Post Posted 16 May 2015 10:10 am     Reply with quote

In view of the earthquakes in Nepal, and the recent volcanic eruptions in Hawaii, the workshop may have to be postponed a little longer. I'll have to think about it. Oh Well
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Rick Collins


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Post Posted 18 May 2015 10:35 am     Reply with quote

Alan Brookes wrote:
In view of the earthquakes in Nepal, and the recent volcanic eruptions in Hawaii, the workshop may have to be postponed a little longer. I'll have to think about it. Oh Well

The earthquake sure motivated me __ I cancelled my 2030 date to climb Mt. Everest and reset it for 2035.
I needed more time to plan this hike anyway.
I really don't like making decisions this quickly __ did it in less than a week.
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b0b


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Post Posted 18 May 2015 12:52 pm     Reply with quote

Earthquakes and volcanoes are Very Good Reasons to postpone. There are others, too. I plan to make a list.
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Scott Duckworth


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Post Posted 18 May 2015 1:49 pm     Reply with quote

"Cook me up a hamburger. I'll pay you Thursday."

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Alan Brookes


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Post Posted 19 May 2015 2:29 pm     Reply with quote

You'll have to wait for the hamburger. We ran out of meat and bread and we haven't decided yet where to buy the next lot of ingredients from. I'll let you know. Maybe they'll be available at the next Procrastination Workshop. I'll have to think about it.
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Rick Collins


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Post Posted 27 May 2015 7:06 pm     Reply with quote

"Procrastination Workshop" seemingly is a contradiction of terms.
Whoever thought up this name must have been on steroids.
I'm the eternal optimist. No matter how busy things get, there is always time to kick-back with a Samuel Adams.
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Alan Brookes


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Post Posted 28 May 2015 11:54 am     Reply with quote

I guess you're right. It's a title which came immediately to mind when I created it. But maybe we should think up a better title. Let me know when you've come up with one. I await your response with eager anticipation. Well, maybe "eager" is a bit rash. What I mean is, when you find the time to write back, in the event that you do, I shall eventually get round to reading your suggestions in the fullness of time; or, as Hank aptly put it, "If the good lord's willing and the creeks don't rise." Oh Well
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Rick Collins


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Post Posted 24 Jun 2015 9:20 am     Reply with quote

We all have "to do lists". Being a proud procrastinator, I three-hole-punch each list, place them in large three-hole-binders and proudly display them on my book shelves __ completed ones in white binders, "still-to-do" in red ones.
My red binders out number my white ones about three to one.
I'm very short on 'round tuits'.
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Alan Brookes


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Post Posted 24 Jun 2015 9:34 am     Reply with quote

That all sounds like a lot of effort to me. Oh Well
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Rick Collins


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Post Posted 24 Jun 2015 11:54 am     Reply with quote

Alan Brookes wrote:
That all sounds like a lot of effort to me. Oh Well

Believe it or not Alan it's amazingly easy.
I do it with my sleeves rolled up to make it look like (that 'w' word) w-o-r-k! Mad
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