Table Talk

About words talking about people, and people talking about words. About stories making characters and characters making stories. Let’s open up to words that can change the future.

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  1. Murray Shoolbraid says:

    Words, words, words! But it all depends what you mean [as the immortal {professor Joad said) by word in the first place. Can we discuss “discuss”??

    Me

  2. Of course! I’m thinking of words as a way to create environments that will affect the future. In particular words as they are accumulated into the stories that I have written.

  3. Barnaby Guthrie says:

    Someone said “We’re all bozos on the bus, red or otherwise.” What do you think about the word “distestablishmentarianism”?
    I think this word serendipitously reflects the first statement.

    Best wishes for your new blog.

    BFG

  4. Long word, Barnaby, thought I’d leave it alone and give you another one, courtesy of Murray, who else. Keeping the bus theme going, and quoting Shakespeare, Love’s Labour’s Lost V i, try this:

    Honorificabilitudinitatibus meaning honourableness.

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  6. Thank you for your kind comment. I started to blog recently because I want the books I have written to get out into the open. It’s amazing how taking that step has cleared my head!

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