Cul de Sac by Richard Thompson for May 17, 2015

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    Linux0s  about 9 years ago

    By nuances if you mean crying and bleeding then yes.

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    Liverlips McCracken Premium Member about 9 years ago

    Alice has absolutely NO IDEA what the word nuance means.

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    cdward  about 9 years ago

    I think she meant “new ouches.”

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    neatslob Premium Member about 9 years ago

    Nuances = Consequences, at least in this case.

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    Perkycat  about 9 years ago

    Life’s too short. I don’t have time to delve into the infinite possibilities of minutia – as interesting as that might be.

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    route66paul  about 9 years ago

    He has a great future…1. in the ministry2. as a yoga teacher3. pushing a shopping cart around and collecting cans

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    Gokie5  about 9 years ago

    I’ve noticed in my family that the more certifiable a person’s depression is (see: Dysthymia), the more likely that person is to suffer boredom.

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    Gokie5  about 9 years ago

    Let’s hope that Petey will someday find a woman like Cleopatra:“Maecenas: Now Antony Must leave her utterly.

    Enobarbus: Never, he will not: Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale Her infinite variety. Other women cloy The appetites they feed, but she makes hungry Where most she satisfies. . . .

    Antony And Cleopatra Act 2, scene 2, 232–237

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    Sisyphos  about 9 years ago

    If Alice rides Dill’s kiddie car on the Big Rock Wall, she may fall and break something. Is that nuanced enough a warning?

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    Mr. Nailer Bondy  almost 2 years ago

    ya, she might break Dill’s kiddie car

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