Dark Side of the Horse by Samson for December 15, 2012

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    i_am_the_jam  about 10 years ago

    “ha— that you may receive this as early as May be -—-. I would but have left -”

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    Simon_Jester  about 10 years ago

    I once had a seventh grade teacher who descibed MY handwriting as follows:[]“It looks like somebody dipped a parakeet in a bottle of ink and let it walk across the paper.”

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    Hugh B. Hayve  about 10 years ago

    My cursive usually leads to cursing.

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    InTraining  about 10 years ago

    In a time before PC… One secretary returned my manuscript to be rewritten…. I did that and the second try was just a bad as the first….. ! ! ! Now I just print or type…..

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    Stephen Gilberg  about 10 years ago

    He needs a Spike to write for him.

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    libbydog  about 10 years ago

    Every time I see my hubby’s writing I tell him he should have been a doctor.

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    bopard  about 10 years ago

    It’s just a matter of checking more of the writing sample. Read for sense. When in doubt, trace the known pen strokes and compare to unknown..With this fragment (he heheh) I’m getting:

    Haste that you may receive this as early as may be possible. I would not have left toes.

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    bopard  about 10 years ago

    I doubt Horace would be using the colonial ‘ff’ for a double ‘ss’.?Samson , can you read it?

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    bopard  about 10 years ago

    The little bird that told him is a cuckoo, or a Lyrebird.

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    Sherlock Watson  about 10 years ago

    Maybe he deliberately wrote like that so that no one would know he writes dirty poems.·“There once was a filly named Venus…”

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