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Check out the original Bob Dylan version.
Dylan on palindromes exercise (DOPE?) - That's a blast.
Here's something for your "Fun" section. I wrote this as a response to someone who was planning some kind or research into humour. It should be six, four line verses but this will not show up in the formatting:
WHAT IS HUMOUR?
It is anything and everything
Judged by attitude not platitude
It surprises and disguises you
Tis seldom accurate yet often true
It awakens and shakens you
Asks questions of your point of view
Bids you be nonsensical
Or wittily reprehensible
Is susceptible to criticism
And other cousins of the isms
But is not prone to investigation
Nor scientific mastication
Since it is what it is isn't
Or is that isn't what it is?
So how can it be classified?
Or stored within formaldehyde?
Take your scalpel far away
Be Sherlock on another day
As humour is a source of joy
Not another laboratory toy
It helps dispel both ills and woes
Keeps rusty brains upon their toes
Let levity and laughter prevail
And science on this day, please fail
Posted by: David Montgomery at April 22, 2007 9:59 PM
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