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Actually, Zach, that's not altogether true. I've seen a picture of him and he looks quite normal. I even know his name. Quo Vadis described him pretty good, though. He's been a fixture of this board for many years. Keep 'em coming CQ!

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I think Crossquad is Siggy in disguise.

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I haven't met CQ yet, but what y'all are describing sure rings a bell. I know a lovely gentleman from another board -- he has Asberger's. Bloody brilliant - but a puzzle to say the least.

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here's a sample

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Lots of angels could take the day off...

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....couldn't go to the beach,or to the farm...could go the Grand Canyon...
and mess up the fossils;some Arches would be ecstatic find a flying
elephant,and believe it.

by(e)carg


for more... click on search, then insert his name in the saerch by author function... then click on "posts" at the bottom

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I like those longer stories he posts from time to time in a new thread. When I read them I know they are saying something important to me. I just can't express what. It's a bit like music. You can't explain exactly what is being said in each and every note - It still is saying something to you.

Do you all remember that one about an airplane trip a couple of months ago. That one was pure poetry!

Keep them coming. :-)


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I think Crossquad is Siggy in disguise.


Did you enter your avatar in the Christmas Avatar contest?

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Once you have moved on past the ordinary, into the realm of that which is not dimensional in nature but in fact extraordinary sperically tuned with ulatr anti-universal thought, you will begin to understand. You, my child, are not ready.

Baby steps Rachel, baby steps...

Start with this one. Do you understand this?:

Breathe deep the gathering gloom
Watch lights fade from every room
Bed sitter people look back and lament
Another day's useless energy is spent
Impassioned lovers wrestle as one
Lonely man cries for love and has none
New mother picks up and suckles her son
Senior citizens wish they were young
Cold-hearted orb that rules the night
Removes the colors from our sight
Red is grey and yellow white
But we decide which is right
And which is an illusion


Uh, this is the poem from the Moody Blues song, "Knights in White Satin".

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Once you have moved on past the ordinary, into the realm of that which is not dimensional in nature but in fact extraordinary sperically tuned with ulatr anti-universal thought, you will begin to understand. You, my child, are not ready.

Baby steps Rachel, baby steps...

Start with this one. Do you understand this?:

Breathe deep the gathering gloom
Watch lights fade from every room
Bed sitter people look back and lament
Another day's useless energy is spent
Impassioned lovers wrestle as one
Lonely man cries for love and has none
New mother picks up and suckles her son
Senior citizens wish they were young
Cold-hearted orb that rules the night
Removes the colors from our sight
Red is grey and yellow white
But we decide which is right
And which is an illusion


sounds better in song than it does being read ... i linked to it in that music thread... anawim said she never liked it :(

here's a good one
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(Yeah, sing a song bro'...)
If the sun refused to shine
I don't mind, I don't mind
(Yeah)
If the mountains ah, fell in the sea
Let it be, it ain't me.
(Well, all right)

Got my own world to live through and uh, ha !
And I ain't gonna copy you.

Yeah (sing the song brother...)
Now if uh, six uh, huh, turned out to be nine
Oh I don't mind, I don't mind uh ( Well all right... )
If all the hippies cut off all their hair
Oh I don't care, oh I don't care.
Dig.

'Cause I've got my own world to live through and uh, huh
And I ain't gonna copy you.

White collar conservative flashin' down the street
Pointin' their plastic finger at me, ha !
They're hopin' soon my kind will drop and die but uh
I'm gonna wave my freak flag high, high !
Oww !

Wave on, wave on...

Ah, ha, ha
Fall mountains, just don't fall on me
Go ahead on mister business man, you can't dress like me
Yeah !

Don't nobody know what I'm talkin' about
I've got my own life to live
I'm the one that's gonna die when it's time for me to die
So let me live my life the way I want to
Yeah, sing on brother, play on drummer



from the man who would have been 64 yesterday ,had he lived :(


What a loss. Jimi.

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Chanteuse wrote:
I haven't met CQ yet, but what y'all are describing sure rings a bell. I know a lovely gentleman from another board -- he has Asberger's. Bloody brilliant - but a puzzle to say the least.


Hi Laura! :wave I didn't know you were on this board too!

Laura and I first met online through Catholic.org. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Ok, could someone explain crossquad?
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I have noticed that he often will write in a title to his post, and that his posts often make a lot more sense if you read the title. (Won't say how long it took me to notice that!)

And sometimes he does make total sense to me. Then I end up checking to make sure he's the author!

And other times, I am clueless, but I don't understand Flannery O'Connor either, so I figure it's me.

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MrZoom wrote:
Chanteuse wrote:
I haven't met CQ yet, but what y'all are describing sure rings a bell. I know a lovely gentleman from another board -- he has Asberger's. Bloody brilliant - but a puzzle to say the least.


Hi Laura! :wave I didn't know you were on this board too!

Laura and I first met online through Catholic.org. :D



Just a FYI, but the posts on page 1 of this thread were made 3 years ago and some of those posting there are no longer here.

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How on earth does a three year old post like this just resurface? :P

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Seriously... this thread is about two years older than my DCF board membership. The deep, ancient lore of DCF is amazing.

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here's a sample

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Lots of angels could take the day off...

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....couldn't go to the beach,or to the farm...could go the Grand Canyon...
and mess up the fossils;some Arches would be ecstatic find a flying
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by(e)carg


for more... click on search, then insert his name in the saerch by author function... then click on "posts" at the bottom


Hey Faithful, your avatar here is the same pic I used as a posture promoting the movie, "The Miracle Of Our Lady Of Fatima" here in Iraq!!! Great minds think alike!!!

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Crossquad is sort of a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma, and that's what's so great about him.

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How on earth does a three year old post like this just resurface? :P

Apparently Peetem is vying for the title of DCF board necromancer.

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Crossquad is sort of a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma, and that's what's so great about him.

Hey! Thats just like a Snickers Bar!

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Bombadil wrote:
Ivar the Nut wrote:
How on earth does a three year old post like this just resurface? :P

Apparently Peetem is vying for the title of DCF board necromancer.



Siggy found it while we were cleaning out some stuff here and put it up as a sticky. Peetem posted in it after that. :fyi:

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