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Issue 26

Apology from the Front Porch, With Oranges, Slang Dictionaries, Running for the 2:22, Search Engines, Jazz in New York, Poem for Easter, Papua New Guinea, Tittivillus all get Emily Bronto's applause

In this issue Bikwil features Apology from the Front Porch, With Oranges, Slang Dictionaries, Running for the 2:22, Search Engines, Jazz in New York, Poem for Easter, Papua New Guinea, Tittivillus

 

 

Contents of Issue 26 (July 2001)
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One More Cordial Invitation  Tony Rogers
A noble tradition goes on
Apology from the Front Porch Fizzgig
Sorry, Tim
With Oranges Doug Tanoury
"I thought today of her awakening . . . "
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like Harlish Goop
"The question remains, however.  How many of the scatological phrases and damning insults put into the mouth of Bazza did Humphries actually invent?"
The concluding part of an article on slang dictionaries
Running for the 2:22 John Birkbeck
An impatient girl is observed in the London Underground 
Web Line Tony Rogers
Jazz in Black and White Clare Hansson
"Have you ever heard snow fall?  You don't it descends silently like a thick marshmallow cloak coating everything in sight with layer upon layer of pristine whiteness."
A musical visit to New York
Poem for Easter Bet Briggs
Good Friday at midnight
Papua New Guinea Giorni
"The skins were collected from natives by white explorers, however, all the skins collected were minus legs."
Quintessential Quirky Quotes
Comic and Classic, from Everywhere and Everywhen
From the Back Verandah Fizzgig
For God's sake, don't mumble

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