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    white_rabbit New Member

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    hello...

    Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by white_rabbit, Jan 8, 2021.

    Everyone I introduce myself I am French and I am looking for reviews on some texts and a book that I am writing at the moment.
     
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    Welcome :)
     
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    Merci pour l’accueil :)
     
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    Thank you for the welcome :)
     
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    Xoic Prognosticator of Arcana Ridiculosum Contributor

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    I already welcomed you elsewhere (with some tasty lettuce and carrots) but I should do it here on your official intro thread as well.

    Welcome to our humble online home! Looking forward to seeing your work.
     
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    Thank you !
    I will post with pleasure my modest writings as soon as I have made the translation into the language of the Marx brother's.
    What's Up, Doc ?
     
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    Hi.

    I was asked to follow the white rabbit.

    Then I saw your post and thought I’d pop in to say hi.
     
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    Hello .
    Slow motion ! slow motion ! Cried the white rabbit at Alice. We have to wait for Caroll, he's the one who has the words ...
     
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    ha ha.

    I was thinking more along the lines of Neo from the Matrix but that’ll do.

    Welcome!

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    It's evasive prose far from the Wachowsky trilogy
    In the end, Carl Lewis passed Caroll and Alice. The white rabbit who thought he was a hare was beaten by the turtle.
     
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    By the tortoise??
     
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    If the rabbit thought he was a hare, perhaps the turtle thought he was a tortoise (is there a difference I wonder?)
     
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    The difference is that the rabbit and the hare, it's the same story as the donkey who dreamed of becoming a racing donkey. The turtle wins the race because it is not dreaming, it advances with a quiet and constant step.
     
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