Albert E. Neumann

Rookie (1940 / Freedom's Ring, U. S. of A.)

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  • Allan James Saywell (5/28/2005 11:09:00 PM)

    ALBERT NEUMANN IS PAUL ENGLAND MARK FRY, AND NUMEROUS
    OTHER CHARACTORS AND HE WILL BE HAVING A VERY LONG LUNCH SOON

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The Guardian Of Good Spelling's Greatest Hits - Cento

Cento: a literary work made up of parts from other works

He showered the audience with obsenities
The scribe D'esparbe's wrote of his distain
I cant for the love of me
The boy who daily cast his brazon cannon
For this side of our known world esteem'd him
I lent down planted a kiss, on her cheek
Felt there way in the erriely fantastic world
When i gaze upone your hairy continence
Down to missisippy to the lake of mexico
And wether you are Indonesion-
Son if you mastabate
A kind of yesty collection, of winnowed opinions
Just spectres and ...

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