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While observing nature up north, I noticed the clouds slid swiftly over the clearcut slopes.

Should something better come to mind, I'll try posting it here. Perhaps there is potential for education in tongue twisters.
 
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Found chanterelles, different boletes, huge lobsters, puffballs, jellies & amanitas Friday. After midnight, mycelium mats magically make more mushrooms.
 
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Once upon a time a big blustery north wind blew through.
 
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An alternation of warm and cool air entering the lungs in a single breath is nice sometimes.
 
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Happy Google took me straight here via my first italicized entry... I think there's an easy way in, around, through and to anything.
 
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Bamboo raw bungalows, bamboo boiled breakfast.
 
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Some things grow slower than snot on the unsneezing snout of Mr. Snuffleupagus.
 
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Do what make time go make things grow? I often think so.
 
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Whom do you know that knows about moon fog glow?
 
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- Posted in remembrance of Ben DeClue, The Mining Engineer who Got me thru Basic Algebra and Geometry -

'' P '' raised to the 7th power - Proper Prior Planning Prevents Piss-Poor Performance !

A simple Tongue Twister we all can learn from ! For the Good of the Crafts - Big AL
 
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- It is very common for new members to raise the question in the Rocket stoves forums about the reported long life of the Barrel when exposed to the
freaky high Temps found there!

I tell them that the 55 gal drum acts as a heat exchanger, and is actually made out of very similar Ductile Steel and of a heavier gauge than generally
found in the heat exchanger of a ---


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Another tongue twister we can learn from ! For the Crafts ! Big AL
 
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Bamboo, lambs, moos you heard a herd bamboozle bamboo users
 
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I liked that, previous poster. Here the lithe scythe slices as long as the grain grows, and it grew until the scythe flew through.
 
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Actively archive pattern science succinctly in successive songs.
 
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