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    He has so many books about fly-fishing
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    He does mail order but..I picked out 4 possible so.. type in HenryBohn books Liverpool his site will pop up
    The only one who can heal you is you.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Olly Buckle View Post
    There are several points you might wish to clarify. When you say you would like to write a book do you mean that you think you would enjoy writing a book? Or maybe that you desire to write a book in order to transmit ideas? The transmission of ideas might be better done by wireless, books do not move unaided, they are good for communicating ideas, provided the ideas are good ones to communicate, some ideas are rubbish. Are you sure you want to share these ideas?, some are best kept to yourself, and some people are not worthy recipients. 'Readers' are a large and random collection of individuals, all they have in common is literacy, and any one of them may pick up your book and start absorbing your ideas. Your ideas may seem harmless to you, but in a foreign mind, in close association with other ideas, you could be setting a powder keg. Keeping it all to yourself and going to bed with a nice hot chocolate to dream on it may be the best course of action, who are we to be writing books ?
    thank you for your quick advisement.

    readers are large and random absorbers
    of seemly harmless ideas in close association
    with other foreign powder keg minds
    both of which might be better going to bed
    with chocolate.

    i am confused about communcated transmission
    of rubbish.
    is this a type of reading group?
    many thanks,

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    Is going to bed with chocolate a euphamism?
    A man in possession of a wooden spoon must be in want of a pot to stir.

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    Is going to bed with chocolate a euphemism?
    A man in possession of a wooden spoon must be in want of a pot to stir.

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    for some.
    for some, euphemisms abound.
    kinda' like jumping fish.
    in season.
    *good to see you about*

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