In the USA, it was changed to "..Sorcerer's Stone". When I first saw that while visiting the Empire to the South, I thought that there had been a sequel I hadn't heard about!solongleonard wrote:I hate bloody "Beatrix Potter and the Philosopher's Stone", what a poor book
This is for your own works!!!
Did they think of changing all the words as well?LisaLCFan wrote: ↑Mon Sep 04, 2017 1:21 amIn the USA, it was changed to "..Sorcerer's Stone". When I first saw that while visiting the Empire to the South, I thought that there had been a sequel I hadn't heard about!solongleonard wrote:I hate bloody "Beatrix Potter and the Philosopher's Stone", what a poor book
They may have -- I didn't read it!
solongleonard wrote: ↑Mon Sep 04, 2017 12:31 amGeoffrey wrote: ↑Mon Sep 04, 2017 12:15 amthis area of the forum is by far the most active, the most popular, creative and intellectual of all sections - even though no morsel of praise makes a journey to these quarters. our undiluted witty and imaginative contributions seem to inhabit the webmaster's blind spot. fine examples of musical compositions, literature or art remain uncelebrated. they may never be openly perceived by the upper echelon as noteworthy donations to the cause, but indifference is often the wages of those who work in the wings. nevertheless, we humbly realise that we are the crème de la crème of human excellence, that we have fixed a motor onto the webmaster's go-kart. thanks to us, leonard's website has become a snare for the daylight, encouraging the formal and dusty climate in here to become infested with joyful frivolity - with shovelfuls of sunshine heaped upon these rotting floorboards. down here in the cellar of his internet home we have quietly built a life support system that ensures the survival of his name. many a time i have posted messages here that have been overlooked, or stamped upon by the feet of a passing neanderthal, yet i rejoice in the mere privilege of being amongst the many thinking participants. so i implore you, put aside your sarcasm, put aside negative egoism and the importance of personal pursuits - and rise to play a greater part.
That's Fighting Talk where I come from
Your tribute to me (and possibly others) is of course well-deserved. But it makes me sad when I recall Dem Poets of Yestyyear. The ones whom posted did here on this very, long years ago. Some of them Best Writers bothTactics and Morals
Who can forgot
Greg. Lovely man
Judith Braun. So talented
Johnny Van Snicklegruber. Eloquent
Andrea a RomanIan teenager who posted one of the best poems ever shared here. Wish I had a copy still
Snow A man with dinner jacket and Bow Tie
Gone, all gone
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