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TTMYGH - Slip n Fall Muts

TTMYGH - Slip n Fall Muts

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TTMYGH - Slip n Fall Muts
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The Slip 'n' Fail Mutts
 Now the news has arrivedFrom the Valley of VailThat a Chippendale Mupp has just bitten his tailWhich he does every night before shutting his eyesSuch nipping sounds silly. But, really, it's wise.He has no alarm clock. So this is the wayHe makes sure that he'll wake at the right time of day.His tail is so long, he won't feel any pain'Til the nip makes the trip and gets up to his brain.In exactly eight hours, the Chippendale MuppWill, at last, feel the bite and yell "Ouch!" and wake up. –
Dr. Seuss
To learn more about Grant's new investment newsleer,
 Bull's Eye Investor,
THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO
Hmmm...
A walk around the fringes of nance
By Grant Williams
23 June 2014
 
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THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO
Hmmm...
23 JUNE 2014
Contents
Merkel Tosses Cameron Like Hot Potato ...........................................................22No Paper Tiger .........................................................................................24Banks Urge Indian Government Not to Write Off Gold Loans ...................................25Lois Lerner’s Emails Likely Gone Forever ..........................................................26How Nouri Al-Maliki Fell Out of Favour with the US .............................................27Inside Snowden's Germany File ......................................................................29Vice Chairman of [China's] Top Political Advisory Body Faces Inquiry .........................30What Will Argentina Do with Its Vultures? .........................................................32Putin's Aide Proposes Anti-Dollar Alliance to Force US to End Ukraine's Civil War ...........33
 
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THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO
Hmmm...
23 JUNE 2014
Things That Make You Go
 Hmmm...
 
Theodore Seuss Geisel was a master of anapestic meter.An anapest is a metrical foot used in poetry which comprises two short syllables, followed by a long one. More familiarly (particularly in the world created by Seuss), it consisted of two unstressed syllables followed by a stressed one:
"Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house..." 
Or, in keeping with this week's theme:
"The sun did not shine. It was too wet to play. So we sat in the house  All that cold, cold, wet day." 
Simple, but at the same time extremely difcult to pull
off effectively.Geisel was an English major at Dartmouth who eventually became the editor-in-chief of the college humor magazine, the
Dartmouth Jack O' Lantern;
 but after being forced by the dean to resign his post after being caught drinking gin in his dorm room, he rather cunningly adopted the nom de plume "Seuss" in order to continue to be able to write for the magazine.
Apparently, nobody at the Ivy League college gured out the identity of the mysterious "Seuss."
When banned from his post for a gin-drinking crime The scribe picked a name and then bided his time. In a different guise he remained on the loose By pretending to be the mysterious "Seuss."Geisel graduated from Dartmouth and left the USA to pursue a PhD in English literature at Lincoln College, Oxford; but, whilst there, he met a lady named Helen Palmer who persuaded him that he should give up his dream of becoming an English teacher and pursue a career as a cartoonist.Returning home without a degree but with a
ancée (named Helen Palmer), Geisel found
that his drawing ability allowed him to earn a rather handsome living as a cartoonist after he
succeeded in getting his rst cartoon published
in the
Saturday Evening Post
 on July 16, 1927.To receive Grant Williams'
Things That Make You Go Hmmm...
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