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Short People: by Randy Newman, performed by Blake Stokes

Subscribe! This is the band I'm playing with: lyrics: Short People got no reason Short People got no reason Short People ...

In a World of His Own

From this statement most people would have the impression that Mark Farnsworth founded this company and built it to the stage where it was employing 24 staff . However upon checking Companies House register we found that Keystone Computer Group... Farnsworth is classed as a Legal Person and. Source: Playground Appeal

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  • South Stokes picks up second win

    09/08/14 ,via The Stokes News

    “North Stokes punched us in the mouth and our kids were on their heels. I told our guys, they had 24 minutes in the second half to change it up or they were going to remember this game for the rest of their life in a way they didn't want to remember it

  • Is Baltimore ready for a new city slogan?

    09/08/14 ,via Baltimore Sun

    It's too soon to tell if the slogan will have more staying more power than the city's last: "Baltimore: A Great Place to Grow," which was unveiled by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake in 2011. Or "Baltimore - Get In On It," which was chosen in 2006


RT @CarrieVarcoe: Blake Shelton? Blake Shelton. 09/07/14, @Kelley_Stokes
stokes on hill now @martinj_blake 09/05/14, @John__Donegan
“@CarrieVarcoe: Blake Shelton - Neon Light (Tonight Show) 09/05/14, @Kelley_Stokes


  • Broccoli Pork Stir-Fry

    broccoli, vegetable oil, cornstarch, garlic powder, green onion, mushroom, pork chops, red pepper flakes, soy sauce, red pepper flakes, water, water, white vinegar


  • Romantic Parodies, 1797-1831

    Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press. 1992. ISBN: 0838634583,9780838634585. 409 pages.

    This is the first collection of literary parodies, both poetry and prose, written during the English Romantic period. Many anthologies of literary parody have been published during the past century, but no previous selection has concentrated so intensively on a single period in English literary history, and no period in that history was more remarkable for the quantity and diversity of its parody. There was no Romantic writer untouched by parody, either as subject or as author, or even occasionally as both. Most parodies were intended to discredit the Romantics not only as poets but as individuals, and to disarm the threat they were seen as posing to establish literary and social norms. Because it focuses on the "swarm of imitative writers" about whom Robert Southey complained in an 1819 letter to Walter Savage Landor, this collection throws light on a large and often overlooked body of work whose authors had much more serious purposes than mere ridicule or amusement. Romantic parody situates itself between the eighteenth-century craft of burlesque and the nonsense verse that Victorian parody often became. This anthology demonstrates that parody is concerned with power: that it expresses ideological conflict, dramatizing clashes of ideas, styles, and values between different generations of writers, different classes and social groups, and even between writers of the same generation and class. Parody is not an inherently conservative mode; politically, it serves the whole range of opinion from extreme left to extreme right. While several of the parodies are playful - a few even affectionate - most angrily testify to the political, social, and aesthetic divisions embittering the times. Some parodies have aged more gracefully than others. But all contribute to a more vivid understanding of the era and to the reception accorded the most important Romantic writers. The venom and alarm of the response those writers provoked may surprise anyone who takes it for granted that the Romantics easily made their way into the mainstream of English literature. This volume reprints parodies by the major Romantics (including Coleridge, Keats, Byron, and Shelley) as well as by minor, obscure, and anonymous contemporaries. Several longer, better-known texts are given in their entirety, e.g., Peter Bell, Peter Bell III, and The Vision of Judgment, and there are also examples from distinguished collections such as Rejected Addresses, The Poetic Mirror, and Warreniana. Numerous shorter works are taken from periodicals of the time (such as Blackwood's or The Satirist), and many of these are reprinted for the first time since their initial publication. The foreword by Linda Hutcheon, "Parody and Romantic Ideology," examines the theoretical implications of Romantic parodies. The introduction, headnotes, and annotations by the editors place the parodies in their historical, social, and literary contexts.

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  • Dolores C. Stokes

    09/03/14 ,via The Citizen of Laconia

    She is survived by her two daughters; Kim M. Stokes of Franklin and C. Iris Chrostowski and her husband Lenny of Franklin, one grandson, Alex Blake and his wife Angela of Canaan, four great grandchildren; Valentine Blake of Canaan, Xavier Blake of ...

  • Ignite's "Rent" stokes flames of passion and heartbreak

    08/15/14 ,via Denver Post

    Book, music and lyrics by Jonathan Larson. Directed by Keith Rabin Jr. and Amy Osatinski. Music direction by Blake Nawa'a. Choreography by Jeffrey Parizotto. Dramaturgy by Becky DeLio Trampler. Featuring Ethan Knowles, J. Tanner Kaler, Jenna Moll Reyes and ...

  • City, CSX To Split Cost of Charles Village Repairs

    08/12/14 ,via WBAL 1090AM

    In an interview with WBAL Radio, Kevin Harris, a spokesman for Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, calls the agreement fair and says it avoids a potentially long and costly court battle. But Councilman Carl Stokes, who represents Charles Village ...


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The latest from Blake Stokes (@blake_stokes). As far as history goes I am dead. If there is something beyond I shall have to bounce back. New Orleans, Louisiana

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