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Melanie Zuben

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Computer generated novels
Posted: Dec 19, 2017 9:13 PM
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Nothing to say.

Melanie Zuben
tommy london

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Re: Computer generated novels
Posted: Dec 20, 2017 2:57 PM   in response to: Melanie Zuben in response to: Melanie Zuben
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Hi. Well I was about to say about the same. Seems to be a pervasive phenomenon. In my sweet home town, We had about 500 young things
vanish into some kinda semi mystical state. Seems twas okay for 7 hours. And yes, we can sleep or nap "on" it. Its not Up nor Down but
Sideways. Today they were missing from the public view.

I am reminded of my former Masters in Munch Kin Land. The Network.
We must let them know: As in Quin Martin TV shows. Cross out real
names. Use code numbers. Like "5" and "33".

They may supply us with an Ed Skofield surrogate. Ed was still
from Earth.
Joseph M Erhardt

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Re: Computer generated novels
Posted: Dec 21, 2017 3:30 AM   in response to: Melanie Zuben in response to: Melanie Zuben
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If you drink brewed coffee or drip coffee, and you use creamer, do not stir after applying the creamer. Let the convection currents of the heated coffee do the mixing. You'll get a smoother drink.

Note: This trick does not work for instant coffee.

Edit: Of course, nothing works for instant coffee.

Edited by: Joseph M Erhardt on Dec 21, 2017 6:13 AM
Salamander Mall...

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Re: Computer generated novels
Posted: Dec 21, 2017 4:37 PM   in response to: Melanie Zuben in response to: Melanie Zuben
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Having seen the novels written by the illiterati who come begging for reviews, a novel written by Watson would be a welcome relief.
jm14

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Re: Computer generated novels
Posted: Dec 21, 2017 4:52 PM   in response to: tommy london in response to: tommy london
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tommy london wrote:
Hi. Well I was about to say about the same. Seems to be a pervasive phenomenon. In my sweet home town, We had about 500 young things
vanish into some kinda semi mystical state. Seems twas okay for 7 hours. And yes, we can sleep or nap "on" it. Its not Up nor Down but
Sideways. Today they were missing from the public view.

I am reminded of my former Masters in Munch Kin Land. The Network.
We must let them know: As in Quin Martin TV shows. Cross out real
names. Use code numbers. Like "5" and "33".

They may supply us with an Ed Skofield surrogate. Ed was still
from Earth.


Tommy, we have tried to get in touch with whoever or whatever they are who are holding you, wherever it is that they are doing that, to ask them to stop doing whatever it clearly is that they are doing to you, but so far we have been unable to do that.

Stay strong.
Melanie Zuben

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Re: Computer generated novels
Posted: Jan 3, 2018 1:18 AM   in response to: Salamander Mall... in response to: Salamander Mall...
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Have you read any of "his" works?

Regards,
Melanie
Emily Veinglory

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Re: Computer generated novels
Posted: Jan 3, 2018 12:53 PM   in response to: Melanie Zuben in response to: Melanie Zuben
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Have you seen theirs?
Melanie Zuben

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Re: Computer generated novels
Posted: Jan 4, 2018 10:45 PM   in response to: Emily Veinglory in response to: Emily Veinglory
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Hmm . . The “romance” books are still in production. Bummer!
Salamander Mall...

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Re: Computer generated novels
Posted: Jan 4, 2018 10:54 PM   in response to: Melanie Zuben in response to: Melanie Zuben
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Melanie Zuben wrote:
Have you read any of "his" works?

Regards,
Melanie


Watson is a very concise writer, never makes a typo, and has a delightful sense of humor. His one novel was engaging on many levels, displayed great pacing and characters, and had realistic dialogue. Overall, I thought it better than half the indies on Amazon and all the "novels" out of India...and he doesn't beg for either customers or reviews as they do. 💻
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