Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Boxers 'n' Briefs: There's No Lang Syne Like an Auld Lang Syne...

I had planned on doing some sort of "yearly retrospective" for 2006, a sort of year-in-review kind of thing. But it occured to me that we need to be looking FORWARD, not backward; and that the bright future of Letterboxing lies not in the dull depths of the quickly withering past, but in the glowing, gleaming horizon spreading before us, ripe with promise and potential. Ok, ok, I was too lazy. Sheesh. But what I WILL do is tell ya what you missed while you were hung over.

1) Is it just me, or do you find it somewhat disconcerting that a link for "Field Guides" is given by someone named "Pied Piper"?

2) Good advice, Mookie; I think the last line should apply to the whole thread!

3) 5000 words.

4) Who wants to tackle this question?

5) An interesting use of the word "minimalist"...

6) I mentor do that!

7) Postal reminiscences. Say THAT 3 times fast.

8) Etiquette? I hardly even know it!

9) Get your kicks.

10) I bet they used a Lock-n-Lock!

11) So soon, it seems, the theme's scene's screen's been seen.

12) Wasn't that a Marx Brothers movie?

13) Nobody wants a soggy papaya.

14) And finally: we are all thankful you're okay, moonduck.

By the way, 2006 was the year I became an active member of the AQ community! Why, it wasn't too long ago that I made my very first AQ post. And some of those early posts are still as relevant today. Hope you all have a WONDERFUL 2007, and thank you all for making me feel welcome in this crazy community we call AQ.



At 11:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, A soggy Papaya is a sad Papaya indeed! Happy New Year! I look forward to 104 fabulous issues of B n B to come!

At 3:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yea, I made it! Finally I am a somebody! (now that I have been mentioned in the boxers 'n briefs!) What a way to start the year!
Thanks, Six stars

At 12:00 AM, Blogger Ryan said...

We knew you were special from your very first post. ;o)

At 11:05 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

No, it's perfectly save, really. Just follow the guide...follow the guide...follow the guide...

Pied Piper


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