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Old 09-02-2009, 02:07 PM   #16
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Very impressive. I can recite it like poetry and tell you what it means but I wouldn't dare try to write it out after XX years. Even with one small error that was amazing.

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I can still recite most of Jabberwocky too. Highly useful.
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Sometimes it's kinda scary what is dredged from my long-term memory!
I can still recite most of Jabberwocky too. Highly useful.
I can actually spell what I remember of the Jabberwocky which is a darn sight better than my Chaucer apparently...

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