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Issue 22

Yard Work, Anagrams, Being, Eccentrics, Jokes, Entrepreneurship all get Emily Bronto's applause

In this issue Bikwil features Yard Work, Anagrams, Being, Eccentrics, Jokes, Entrepreneurship

 

 

Contents of Issue 22 (November 2000)
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Five Easy Pieces — Tony Rogers
Another brainteaser for you to grapple with
Yard Work — John Birkbeck
Some intriguing lines about the lady of the house and her yard boy
Web Line — Tony Rogers
"I didn’t win any prizes, but Bikwil did get lots of exposure and some nice remarks from both subscribers and non-subscribers. "
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like — Harlish Goop
Solutions to two earlier musical anagram puzzles
Quintessential Quirky Quotes
Comic and Classic, from Everywhere and Everywhen
Being — Bet Briggs
Imagine yourself as a morning flower . . .
Here Be Nutters — Tony Rogers
"French composer Erik Satie makes an appearance. So do Canadian pianist Glenn Gould, Virginian Dr. Patch Adams and Russian Madame Blavatsky (she who founded Theosophy, after tiring of her life as a pianist and bareback rider.)"
Bikwil celebrates a few Sydney oddballs, and for good measure investigates a serious book on the whole subject of eccentricity
The Feral Joke Collector — Forwarded by Katisha
Some hilarious church messages for our amusement
From the Back Verandah — Fizzgig
Entrepreneurship, but do you really think you should try this at home?

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