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Dandelion responding: I deleted the original message but left the highly appropriate reply.

You are a Dandy and I ain't Lyin'. (all together now, Groan.) Thank you.


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Good work. "dandelion" is from the French for "teeth of a lion", you know.


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Yeah, I mentioned that long ago - maybe a similar stiuation.
She's a pip.
Have you read her book?
 
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All this gives me a warm fuzzy yellow glow.
 
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All this gives me a warm fuzzy yellow glow.

Clarise was the one that had Montaq rub a dandelion under his chin to see if he was in love...so that must be where your warm fuzzy yellow glow comes from...


John King Tarpinian
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Am I missing something or what? Ray's address is simply available on the internet at a variety of resources. That goes with a lot of people in the public eye. It would be different in some other age if that info was not available anywhere else.

But if a black-out of an address is desirable here, then at least a permanent address should be allowed on the opening page of this website for contact address say, thru his publisher or agent.



 
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Am I missing something or what? Ray's address is simply available on the internet at a variety of resources.

Well, I think the only thing you're missing is that we have no control over the internet (which many won't bother with or won't think of), but we do have control of being so blatant on a public forum.


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But if a black-out of an address is desirable here, then at least a permanent address should be allowed on the opening page of this website for contact address say, thru his publisher or agent.

Feel free to put pen to paper and make that request of the publisher.


John King Tarpinian
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Feel free to put pen to paper and make that request of the publisher.


Yeah, and while you're at it ask them to fix everything else folks here don't like about the site! See if anyone responds or even notices.
 
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Yeah, and while you're at it ask them to fix everything else folks here don't like about the site! See if anyone responds or even notices.

Like "Ray Bradbury Hompage".

I didn't even know he was a Buddhist!


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That's Zen Gospel Singing. Just Om, Om, sweet Om!
 
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I thought hompage was something you took. Like humbrage.


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I thought hompage was something you took. Like humbrage.

I thought it was Umbridge. Like Dolores.


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I thought hompage was something you took. Like humbrage.


I thought hompage was something you pay. Like homage.
 
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I thought hompage was something you took. Like humbrage.

I thought it was Umbridge. Like Dolores.


I thought Umbridge was where The Archers live.

[Note: I expect tinkerbell to get this, and possibly BII. Everyone else here is entitled to be baffled!]


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