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June 17, 2015

While not all of the original comments or Scrineblog entries have made it home to roost quite yet, it appears the days of newscrine.com have come to a close.

Scrine.com is back in business.  Still lacking a decent mobile access, but we're getting close.



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Scrine Restoration

Sentences: 100% (19114)
Comments: 11%


Confessional: 100%
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boot blog: 100%
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Sentence Count

2017 ~ 47
2016 ~ 89
2015 ~ 259
2014 ~ 138
2013 ~ 256
2012 ~ 433
2011 ~ 940
2010 ~ 1786
2009 ~ 2631
2008 ~ 3808
2007 ~ 4502
2006 ~ 3037
2005 ~ 1188

 

Comments

April 05, 2005
meditation 101 :: 'mouse :: 0
Begin by looking deeply into this glass of scotch.

It took a little adjusting, but now my son and I estimate the volume of every room based on the number of hobos we think could squeeze in; our new living room, for example, is approximately 42 Hobos with furniture, 166 Hobos without.


April 04, 2005
idiot :: Keith :: 0
You’re not an idiot if you stand in front of a clothes dryer, pushing the button over and over, swearing at it for not working, and you’re not even an idiot if you finally look down and realize you haven’t closed the door; on the other hand, you are if you admit it.
racing rodentia :: other keith :: 5
The result of working for a large corporation, and perhaps their out-and-out goal, is the destruction of your will to live.
sentence problem :: Imaginary Keith :: 0
What’s the problem, is that what you’re asking me, because if you are, the problem is that sentences are nothing more then foot soldiers, and the sooner you realize that, the sooner you’ll realize the need to march a few of them off to their death; now get over yourself and do your job.
eisenberg’s :: bakerina :: 0
The last ten seats at the counter, furthest from the front door, are known to the staff and regulars as “Hawaii.”
egg cream :: bakerina :: 1
One inch of cold milk, one bwip of Fox’s U-Bet Chocolate Syrup, seltzer to the top, stir, stir, stir.
sunbreaks :: 'mouse :: 0
The problem with Seattle weather isn’t the rain – that’s highly exaggerated – the problem is the dog-years it ages you to have to live through several completely unpredictable manic sun-rain-sun-rain cycles nearly every day.

My (now deceased) disabled husband and I were married for 43 years and loved each other very much, so you should have understood that when I filed for divorce and tried to get him summarily and forcibly removed from the family home of 40 years by falsely accusing him of dangerous homosexual phone sex and by making up false stories of physical violence against me, it was just my way of showing him love and trying to get him proper medical care; you should have represented his interests better—or at least gotten a bigger retainer before defending him from me.


natural selection :: pam :: 0
If it has artificial flavors, artificial colors, no trans-fat, low carbs and reduced calories, AND there is a legal injunction against calling itself by the name of the very food it is trying to imitate, maybe Nature is trying to tell you something.
“I’d like to appreciate your cooperation.”
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