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The Portrait of Zool

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The Portrait of Zool last won the day on December 2 2016

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About The Portrait of Zool

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    The Purple Mage
  • Birthday 06/28/1963

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    Sacramento, California USA

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    The Portrait of Zool, Grimmael, Swami Noguru
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    Resident Buffoon

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  1. Buh'Bye . . . And thanks for all the heartache

    That is AWESOME!
  2. a description of self

    Wow. A wonderful description, let alone a fine poem.
  3. A whiney poem dedicated to my cough

  4. A special delivery...

    Ha! Good one!
  5. Hello...

    Ello... ello... ello...

    Happy New year!
  7. This looks interesting...

  8. Just saying hello.

    Boaz sighting!
  9. I Love The 'like' Button!

    IMO, we have needed that for EVER!
  10. True Pain

    Stands. and applauds - and let them change that! <
  11. The Or game

    Groups. Good groups. sweet or savory?
  12. A weary traveler returns

    Zool listens to Tzimfemme, and smiles. "Free. At last, " the painting thinks wistfully, his face frozen in it's portraitured pose, "She has verbalized the difference between us. That alone makes the pain of our near-meeting worthwhile - to see. Someone. Truly. Free. It's well worth it just to see what that looks like."
  13. For Zool

    Thanks guys. I'd love to RP a reply, but unfortunately my head just isn't in that space right now - yes, partly because of birthday activities, but also a lot has been going on in my life lately that I just have to attend to. *Sigh* Unfortunately, it's the same old story of the Pen summertime blues. ...but thanks again!
  14. So what's everybody reading?

    Just finished Alastair Reynolds 2000 classic 'Revelation Space'. Great Sci-fi read! Just starting Dan Simmons' 'The Fall of Hyperion', the sequel to 'Hyperion', which I much enjoyed. If the sequel is half as good as the original, it will be very good. [edit] BTW, your review of 'Shifted' was helpful to me Law.