Current Nominations for March, 2017 [115]

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GENERAL (32) ENTERTAINMENT (5) TOPICAL (19) PEOPLES NAMES (10)
OTHER NAMES (14) MEDIUM LENGTH (12) LONG (3) SPECIAL (6)
UNSPECIFIED (1) ANAGRAMMY CHALLENGE (7) RUDE (6) Counts by Author

THE GENERAL CATEGORY [32 nominations]

dk with:
On second thought =
Test hunch, no good.

HSP with:
An omnivore gets a really balanced diet =
I consider any vegetable and/or all meat.

db with:
Lactose intolerant =
No cattle relations.

Josiah Winslow with:
I'm wearing a tinfoil hat =
I might wait for an alien!

Maurice G. with:
My mouth-watering culinary ravishment's? =
Answer: having rich, yummy, mature Stilton!

Rick with:
Easier said than done =
See, "not hard" is an idea.

Snafu I'll Jot with:
Sharemarket =
Karma's there.

Dharam with:
Modern and contemporary art =
Red pattern can adorn my room.

HSP with:
Charitable status =
A blast at IRS cut, eh?

View with:
The discrimination against Jews =
Watch, Antisemites joining raids!

Tom Myers with:
A defeated spirit =
Despair fed, ate it.

Mike Mesterton-Gibbons with:
Diplomatic immunity =
I'm put in mad city limo

Christine Parker with:
Anaesthetic drug =
Duct a gas in there.

Tom Myers with:
Facebook friends =
So, in for feedback?

Tom Myers with:
Genetically modified crops =
Play God for limited science.

Adie Pena with:
Obstinacy =
"Boys, I can't!"

Tom Myers with:
Parents hope ~
there's no app.

Christopher Davis with:
Man walked with dinosaurs?!?! =
Wild! Must widen a Noah's Ark!!

Dharam with:
My uncle has feminine traits =
Seems it can run in the family.

Christine Parker with:
Angry idiot's ~
grandiosity.

Christine Parker with:
Delusions of grandeur =
Diagnosed Ruler of Sun.

Tom Myers with:
Update on the crisis =
Routine dispatches.

Ellie with:
In the far distance =
Thence I find a star.

Dharam with:
The saying: You can't teach an old dog new tricks =
Scary, knowing the Catahoula's tendency to dig!

Tom Myers with:
Theoretical physics =
Hypotheses critical.

db with:
One for the road ~
or one for death?

Tom Myers with:
Don't lose your nerve =
Venture yonder solo.

Tom Myers with:
Universal remote =
Mouse irrelevant.

Tom Myers with:
Dealing with the pain of loss =
He is in past following death.

rp with:
A celibate priesthood =
Bar the coital episode.

Josiah Winslow with:
The USA government is ~
a thing one must serve.

Tom Myers with:
Somnambulist ~
is almost numb.


THE ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY [5 nominations]

db with:
The Columbian actress and model Sofia Vergara =
Most desirable charms...no actual need of Viagra!

Mike Mesterton-Gibbons with:
Fisherman's Cottage on the Cliffs at Varengeville =
Monet still revealing effect of high art canvases

Adie Pena with:
"Kong: Skull Island," a motion picture in Three-D =
No, men! Don't irk, anger this ape. It could kill us!

Ellie with:
The Voice, TV's talent programme =
The target: vocal improvements.

View with:
"Bolero" =
Role: Bo


THE TOPICAL CATEGORY [19 nominations]

db with:
Current president of The United States of America =
As true certified fact, there's not one stupider man!

HSP with:
I turn over the page of my calendar and I sigh in bliss=
I love today!
And if March began,
Sunlit spring is here.

View with:
The transgender =
Strange trend, eh?

Snafu I with:
Russia's closeness =
Sessions's recusal.


Snafu I'll Jot with:
Wire tapping rumor =
Trump airing power.

Snafu I'll Jot with:
A white rhinoceros horn is poached near Paris =
Another horror! Chinese swipe an aphrodisiac.

Adie Pena with:
Islamophobic U.S. president =
Trump (based on his policies).

Rosie Perera with:
The Great Barrier Reef is dead =
Reader agreed: "Fish are bitter."

Tony Crafter with:
UNESCO World Heritage Site's Great Barrier Reef =
This glorious, free area's cited barren, we regret.

Snafu I'll Jot with:
Ordain married men as priests? =
Sinister padres' drama in Rome.

Dharam with:
How to spruce up the Government =
Throw out Trump. Gosh, even Pence!

Snafu I'll Jot with:
Ivana Trump seeks to write a 'show and tell' memoir =
How repellent! Woman is a retard. It makes us vomit!

Snafu I'll Jot with:
Wiretap? ~
Aw, tripe!

View with:
Senator Ralph Shortey =
So, arrest the horny pal!

Ellie with:
Spring weather =
Rephrasing: WET!

db with:
The late Martin McGuinness =
Manslaughter's incitement.

db with:
The Sears Holdings Corporation =
"Oh shit! Record an operating loss!"

Tom Myers with:
Sears may close its stores =
Losses came, is sorry state

Snafu I'll Jot with:
The US healthcare bill is ~
bullshit, heartache, lies.


THE PEOPLES NAMES CATEGORY [10 nominations]

View with:
The actress Emily Olivia Leah Blunt =
Still call her a beauty in the movies.

db with:
Edward Christopher Sheeran =
Wretched person has red hair!

Adie Pena with:
The President of Russia Vladimir Putin =
I praise this Donald Trump's fine virtue!

Tony Crafter with:
Nicola Ferguson Sturgeon =
Unerring slogan of Scot? "EU!"

Tom Myers with:
Saint Jude the Apostle =
Just head to Palestine.

Snafu I'll Jot with:
Rex Wayne Tillerson =
No wiser, externally.

Mike Mesterton-Gibbons with:
Octavia Spencer ~
is proven ace act.

Christine Parker with:
Rowan Atkinson, alias Mr. Bean =
A man is known as a real Briton.

Rosie Perera with:
Khalid Masood ~
had mad IS look.

db with:
Adrian Elms ("Khalid Masood") =
Look! Islam "hardman" is dead!


THE OTHER NAMES CATEGORY [14 nominations]

Dharam with:
The Academy Award for Best Picture =
Corrected, but they made a fair swap.

Christine Parker with:
Dexafetamine =
Need a fix, mate?

Christine Parker with:
Methylphenidate (Ritalin) =
In the trial, it helped many.

Christopher Davis with:
National Oreo Cookie Day =
Okay, I do eat "no-no" calorie

Mike Mesterton-Gibbons with:
Sydney Opera House =
You espy honed ears

db with:
International Women's Day =
Also...I want my dinner at one!

View with:
Chap in the city drove ~
the Honda Civic type R.

Tony Crafter with:
Mention an English, maverick bridge builder =
The civil engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel

View with:
Kia Sorento =
O, it's Korean!

Christine Parker with:
Narcissistic Personality Disorder =
Persistently in a crisis or a discord.

Tom Myers with:
Greater London Area =
One arrogant leader.

Tom Myers with:
The Mennonite Anabaptists =
A man sent in to be in the past.

Adie Pena with:
Burger King's Ultimate Bacon Cheeseburger =
Big eaters nurturing bulges come back here!

Adie Pena with:
National Republican Senatorial Committee =
Trump allies noticeable to American nation.


THE MEDIUM LENGTH CATEGORY [12 nominations]

Dharam with:
Spring is sprung,
The grass is riz;
I wonder where the birdies iz!
=
Thrush dip,
Riding breezes;
Iris grows, with spring air sneezes!

Dharam with:
The truth is still always the truth, even if everyone denies it.
=
So, lad, the lie is a lie, even when they trust it. Verify, then trust!

HSP with:
The string section of the orchestra - first and second violins, violas, cellos and double basses.
=
Horrible dissonant screeching!
Sound is endless vocal sobs of a litter of cats' violent deaths!

dk with:
The string section of the orchestra:
1. first violins
2. second violins
3. violas
4. cellos
5. double basses
=
1. front, visible solos
2. restless clones
3. no less significant
4. cohesive chords
5. authoritative, bold

dk with:
The Bushism: "I remember meeting a mother of a child who was abducted by the North Koreans right here in the Oval Office."
=
The Liar-in-Chief, man who then had the bomb, needed oversight, Cliffs grammar book, or...ahem...better White House security!

Tony Crafter with:


The Countries With The Most Smokers
1. Montenegro
2. Belarus
3. Lebanon
4. Macedonia
5. Russia
6. Slovenia
7. Belgium
8. Luxembourg
9. China
=
1. We've lung-rot
2. Coughers unite!
3. Bronchial
4. I smell smog!
5. Nicotine union
6. Do mass harm
7. Blame Brexit!
8. Nauseous breath
9. Smoke tea!

Maurice G. with:
The Statue of Liberty went dark overnight and the timing was just 'too perfect' =
No jest! Agony! She blackout fainted, frightened over Twitter twit Trump's hate!

Dharam with:
"Men are disturbed not by things that happen but by their opinion of the things that happen." -Epictetus
=
To interpret, the grip of petty thought in the mind, bent by habit, causes both the pain and unhappiness.

Adie Pena with:
Eleven Disney Princesses --
1. Snow White
2. Cinderella
3. Aurora
4. Ariel
5. Belle
6. Jasmine
7. Pocahontas
8. Mulan
9. Tiana
10. Rapunzel
11. Merida
=
1. Ill
2. Maiden
3. Perennial snooze
4. My cruel sea!
5. Nice allure
6. Aladdin
7. John Smith
8. Lean Asian
9. Waitress
10. Up a tower
11. Brave presence.


Snafu I'll Jot with:
Followers mourn as the legendary musician Chuck Berry dies =
His rich edgy blues, awesome rock 'n roll unify races - damn true!

db with:
The late American guitarist and singer Charles Edward Anderson "Chuck" Berry =
Such a talented act. Underlining his career was a trademark cherry red Gibson.

db with:
The "Forces' Sweetheart" Dame Vera Margaret Lynn is one hundred years old =
Many thousands of soldiers revere her...awarded the centenary telegram.


THE ANAGRAMMY CHALLENGE CATEGORY [7 nominations]

Rosie Perera with:
The six wives of Henry the Eighth:
Catherine of Aragon
Anne Boleyn
Jane Seymour
Anne of Cleves
Catherine Howard
Catherine Parr
=
Ah, anyone can hate inane Trump's two jarring divorces: cheating on wife One; he cares only a trifle for brave 'n sexy Three. He, he, he, he!

HSP with:
"The six wives of Henry the Eighth,
Catherine of Aragon
Anne Boleyn
Jane Seymour
Anne of Cleves
Catherine Howard
Catherine Parr"
=
The ninny joined in a half marathon for Teenage Cancer Trust.
As he ran, he wore his very heavy robe to experience how aching feels!

Tony Crafter with:
The six wives of Henry the Eighth,
Catherine of Aragon
Anne Boleyn
Jane Seymour
Anne of Cleves
Catherine Howard
Catherine Parr
=
The Spanish wife
Execution for treason.
They enjoy an enchanting love
German-born wife
Errancy cost her her head
Aha! Here! Alive!

db with:
The six wives of Henry the Eighth:
Catherine of Aragon
Anne Boleyn
Jane Seymour
Anne of Cleves
Catherine Howard
Catherine Parr
=
On-throne, in want of an heir, angry His Majesty Henry
(he of 'Greensleeves') even had two face a rather
horrible execution. A nice chap!

Adie Pena with:
The six wives of Henry the Eighth:
Catherine of Aragon
Anne Boleyn
Jane Seymour
Anne of Cleves
Catherine Howard
Catherine Parr
=
He-men celebs who haven't rejected an evening of whoopee:
F. Sinatra (4)
A Thornton (5)
E. Fisher (5)
Curtis (6)
Hey, hey! A hoarier ex-CNN Larry again!? (8)

Snafu I'll Jot with:
"The six wives of Henry the Eighth,
Catherine of Aragon
Anne Boleyn
Jane Seymour
Anne of Cleves
Catherine Howard
Catherine Parr"
=
I hear veteran anagram expert Tony Crafter wins. He enjoys an hallucinogenic beer. Oh, he's incoherent, "Off with everyone's head, ha!"

View with:
"The six wives of Henry the Eighth,
Catherine of Aragon
Anne Boleyn
Jane Seymour
Anne of Cleves
Catherine Howard
Catherine Parr"
=
Lady can be nice, fair, attractive, fine honey... senile/severe hen, sharp hen (ugh!). Ain't matter! We honor her. Sex? We can enjoy..or forgo, hah!?


THE LONG CATEGORY [3 nominations]

Tony Crafter with:
Travelling down the highway and needing a toilet, I pulled in at a service station and headed for the ‘Gents'.

"While I'm sitting in a cubicle, a voice from the adjoining one says, “Hi, how are you?"

Hmm... Now I'm not the kind to hold a conversation in a public toilet and I don't know what got into me, but I answered, somewhat embarrassed, "I'm doing fine!"

And the other person says: "So what are you up to?"

Huh? What kind of question's that? At that point, I'm thinking this is far too weird so I said: "Er, I'm like you, I'm travelling…"

By this time I'm ready to exit the place as fast as I can when I hear another question.
"Can I come over?"

OK, this question's way too weird for me so I figure I'll be polite and end the conversation. I tell them: "Erm, I'm afraid I'm rather busy right now."

Then I hear the person sigh... "Listen, I'll have to ring off and call you back. There's some moron in the next cubicle who keeps answering all my questions!”

Ah, mobile phones, don't you just love 'em?!

=

The mother-in-law arrives home from the shops to find her son-in-law Quinn in a steaming rage with a packed suitcase in his hand.

"What is the matter Quinn?" she asks concernedly.

"What is the matter?" he says, "Oi'll tell ya what is the matter. Oi sent an e-mail to me wife telling her oi was comin' home today from me fishin' trip. Oi got back at lunchtime and guess what oi found? Only me wife, your daughter Bridie, naked with dat idiot Kevin O'Toole in our bed! This is unforgivable. It's over, oi'm goin'. Oi'm leavin' forever!"

"Steady, Quinn, just cool down," chides his mother-in-law. "There's got to be somethin' very odd goin' on here. Oi'm positive Bridie wouldn't do such an idiotic thing, so there's got to be an innocent explanation. Oi'll speak to her straight away and find out just what's happenin'."

Minutes later, the mother-in-law comes back in with a big smile on her face. "Yep, it's all okay, Quinn, oi told ya there'd be an explanation... She never got your e-mail!"

Snafu I'll Jot with:
Nineteen Distinguished Surgeons and Their Famous Operations/Renowned Professions
1. Claudius Galenus
2. Theodor Billroth
3. Professor Harvey Cushing
4. Paul Randall Harrington
5. Ivo Pitanguy
6. Professor Eric Sidney Watkins
7. Baron Lister
8. Thomas Starzl
9. Frank Netter
10. Harold Gillies
11. Christiaan Barnard
12. Denton Cooley
13. Baron Guillaume Dupuytren
14. Joseph Murray
15. Hippocrates of Kos
16. Mary Edwards Walker
17. Sir Astley Cooper
18. William and Charles Mayo
19. Norman Bethune
=
Prowess
1. Philosophy
2. Abdominal malignancy surgery
3. Brain surgery
4. Spinal rod hardware
5. Brazilian cosmetic surgery
6. Formula One neurosurgeon
7. Asepsis
8. Transplant of liver
9. Medical illustrator
10. Tube pedicle
11. Heart transplant on Louis Washkansky (he dies)
12. Artificial heart
13. Napoleon's hemorrhoids
14. Kidney transplant
15. He began chest surgery
16. Medal of Honor (Union surgeon - saved wounded soldiers in war)
17. Anatomy (like John Hunter)
18. Not for profit crusaders
19. Ditto.

Adie Pena with:
"The Sound of Music" Soundtrack
1. Prelude and The Sound Of Music
2. Overture and Preludium (Dixit Dominus)
3. Morning Hymn and Alleluia
4. Maria
5. I Have Confidence
6. Sixteen Going On Seventeen
7. My Favorite Things
8. Salzburg Montage
9. Do-Re-Mi
10. The Sound of Music (Reprise)
11. The Lonely Goatherd
12. Edelweiss
13. The Grand Waltz
14. Laendler
15. So Long, Farewell
16. Climb Ev'ry Mountain
17. Something Good
18. Processional and Maria
19. Sixteen Going On Seventeen (Reprise)
20. Do-Re-Mi (Reprise)
21. The Chase
22. Climb Ev'ry Mountain (Reprise)
=
1. Melodiously on top of a hill...
2. Opening credits
3. Nuns...
4. ...are vexed
5. Maria convinces herself in a monologue
6. Liesl and Rolfe duet in the garden
7. One more thunderstorm!
8. Go on a day trip
9. Maria teaches...
10. ...seven children to sing, i.e., redux
11. Humoursome marionette show
12. Captain sings
13. Music for one Baroness
14. First dance
15. Goodnight
16. Blue, i.e., glum return to Von Trapps
17. Glimmering love kindled
18. The wedding
19. Advise, i.e., redux
20. "Salzburg Music Festival"
21. My main enemy! Hide me here (nunnery)!
22. Escape to Switzerland!


THE SPECIAL CATEGORY [6 nominations]

Tony Crafter with:
IF I ONLY HAD A BRAIN/IF I ONLY HAD A HEART
(From The Wizard of Oz)

BRAIN
I could wile away the hours
Conferrin' with the flowers
Consultin' with the rain
And my head I'd be scratchin'
While my thoughts were busy hatchin'
If I only had a brain.

I'd unravel ev'ry riddle
For any individ'le
In trouble or in pain.
With the thoughts you'd be thinkin'
You could be another Lincoln,
If you only had a brain.

Oh I could tell you why
The ocean's near the shore,
I could think of things I never thunk before
And then I'd sit and think some more.

I would not be just a nuffin'
My head all full of stuffin'
My heart all full of pain.
I would dance and be merry
Life would be ding-a-derry
If I only had a brain.

HEART
When a man's an empty kettle he should be on his mettle,
And yet I'm torn apart.
Just because I'm presumin' that I could be kind-a-human,
If I only had heart.

I'd be tender - I'd be gentle and awful sentimental
Regarding Love and Art.
I'd be friends with the sparrows
And the boys who shoots the arrows
If I only had a heart.

Picture me - a balcony.
Above a voice sings low.
Wherefore art thou, Romeo?
I hear a beat... how sweet.

Just to register emotion, jealousy - devotion,
And really feel the part.
I could stay young and chipper
and I'd lock it with a zipper,
If I only had a heart.

=

IF I ONLY HAD A ...
By
The Donald

BRAIN
I could be another Lincoln
Or JFK or Clinton
For many years I'd reign.
I could be a fine orator
And a smoother operator
If I only had a brain.

Like the nerdy kid in college
I'd dazzle with my knowledge
Be funny, bright and sane
I'd be mindful and refined
And I'd never fluff a line
If I only had a brain

I'd favor health to wealth
Be faithful to the truth
And I'd not mourn in vain for my lost youth
I'd go to church, not be uncouth

I'd ensure that my decisions
Would never cause derision
My wild hair I would tame
I would curb each tweet and email
And not lust for nubile females
If I only had a brain.

HEART
When a man is horny and all
His feelings he can't handle
He has to act the part
I'd eliminate the bluster
Warm emotions I would muster
If I only had a heart.

Man, when you just drip with riches
You sure appeal to bitches
Who're money-making tarts,
Oh, but I'd reject the weird ones
Look forthwith for the sincere ones
If I only had a heart.

What a life, eh? A stunning wife
With her lovely clear blue eyes
What a trophy, what a prize
Is she bright? Who gives a shite!

How I'd love to be like cupid, and not just rather stupid
One wild, unruly fart
I'd not be an unshorn playboy
But a happy-every-day boy
If I only had a heart.

Tony Crafter with:
A wife was having an affair while her husband was at work. One day she was in bed with her lover when she suddenly heard the husband's car pull into the drive.

"Quick!" she shouted at the lover. "Grab your clothes and jump out the window. My husband has come home early!"

The man looked out the window in alarm and protested: "That's crazy! I can't possibly do that! It's raining hard and I'm stark naked!"

"I don't bloody care about that," screamed the woman hysterically; "If my husband finds you here, he'll skin us both alive!"

Still protesting, the lover reluctantly grabbed his clothes, scooted over to the bedroom window and leapt straight out...

He landed, unscathed, on the street below and to his amazement found himself in the middle of a bunch of marathon runners. Hoping to blend in with them, despite being naked, he started to jog along, carrying his clothes over one arm.

"Hello," greeted one of the other runners, "hey, no offence buddy, but d'you always run in the buff?"

Thinking on his feet, the lover replied breathlessly: "Oh, yes; I like to feel all that fresh air wafting against my skin when I jog."

"I see... but, do you usually run with clothes over your arm?" said the athlete.

"Oh yes, always," panted the lover. "That means I can get dressed after the race, hop into my car, and drive straight home without needing to have a shower first."

"Yes, I suppose that does make sense," the athlete said, "but do you always wear a condom when you run?"

“Only if it’s raining.”

=

A wife had her lover in during the afternoons while her husband was out at work.

One day, her nine-year-old son was hiding up in the closet during one of his mum's romps while the unaware couple were entwined in eager passion. Suddenly, the woman heard her husband's car pulling into the drive, so she quickly hid the lover in the closet.

The little boy said, "It's dark in here."

The man whispered, "Yes, it is."

Boy - "I've got a baseball."

Man - "Er... that's nice."

Boy - "Wanna buy it?"

Man - "No, thanks."

Boy - "My dad's just outside."

Man - "I see... OK, how much?"

Boy - "Two-hundred-and-fifty dollars."

A few weeks later, it transpired that the boy and the lover found themselves in the closet again.

Boy - "It's dark in here."

Man - "Yes, it is."

Boy - "I've got a baseball glove."

Man - Recalling the last meeting the lover groaned, "How much?"

Boy - "Seven-hundred-and-fifty dollars."

Man - "Fine."

A few days later, the father said to the son, "Get your ball and glove, junior, we'll go outside and play baseball."

The boy replied, "I can't, I've sold them."

"Huh?" frowned the puzzled father. "Just how much did you sell them for?"

The son said, "A thousand dollars."

"What!?" the father raged, "That's awful; you mustn't overcharge your friends like that. It's much more than those items are worth. I am gonna take you to church and make you confess right now."

They went to the church and the father sent the boy into the confessional booth and closed the door.

The boy whispered, "It's dark in here."

The priest said: "Don't you start that crap again!"

Maurice G. with:
God's plan made a hopeful beginning.
But man spoiled his chances by sinning.
We trust that the story
Will end in God's glory,
But at present the other side's winning.
=
Creep Donald Trump's a sore Tweet nit.
Holy Cow! Ghastly insane bugger's unfit!
Deranged nit, he's mad!
Hissing loon, he's bad!
Whining nit pongs in bent petty bullshit!

Maurice G. with:
A wonderful bird is the pelican;
His beak can hold more than his belican.
He can hold in his beak
Enough food for a week,
Though I’m damned if I know how the helican!
=
An anagram king called Crafter, as I know,
He is one uninhibited bloke who can crow!
Huh? He is one fab poet!
Chuffed, he did know it!
I'm behind him! He leads all! Ho ho ho!

Maurice G. with:
An elderly guy called Keith,
Mislaid his set of false teeth.
They'd been laid on a chair,
He'd forgot they were there,
Sat down, and was bitten beneath.
=
The Donald's a fake story nit,
Who tweets belligerent shit!
Hey! He's a rage-horrible cad,
So tweet-demented and bad!
Yeah! A lie-filthy leech and unfit!



db with:
An elderly guy called Keith,
Mislaid his set of false teeth.
They'd been laid on a chair,
He'd forgot they were there,
Sat down, and was bitten beneath.
=
A Rolling Stone, Richards, one day,
"The Beatles?", he ranted, "Who they?
Bleeding skiffle I hate,
I detest the band, mate!"
He cursed "Will they not fade away?"


THE RUDE CATEGORY [6 nominations]

View with:
The toilet bowls =
To let bowel shit.
Tony Crafter with:
She released the most momentous fart =
Mrs steamed out lots of sheer methane.

Adie Pena with:
Groping pussies =
Spouses griping.

Tom Myers with:
Fornication, adultery and sodomy.
=
I cry: "O Fun lady, do a demonstration!"

Tom Myers with:
A male escort agency =
Came, crone gets a lay.

Tom Myers with:
Bogus Headaches? =
She's a douchebag!


THE UNSPECIFIED CATEGORY [1 nominations]

Maurice G. with:
Lust
Gluttony
Greed
Sloth
Wrath
Envy
Pride
=
Ugh! Grisly, nutty, lowest pervert, The Donald.


Count of Nominations by Author

= Nom in all categories (not counting Rude & Unspecified)

Tom Myers  17(gen 10, top, ppl, oth 2, rud 3)
db  13(gen 2, ent, top 3, ppl 2, oth, med 2, spc, awc)
Snafu Ill Jot  11(gen, top 6, ppl, med, lng, awc)
Adie Pena  10(gen, ent, top, ppl, oth 2, med, lng, awc, rud)
View  9(gen, ent, top 2, ppl, oth 2, awc, rud)
Tony Crafter  9(top, ppl, oth, med, lng, spc 2, awc, rud)
Dharam  8(gen 3, top, oth, med 3)
Christine Parker  7(gen 3, ppl, oth 3)
Maurice G  6(gen, med, spc 3, dnk)
HSP  5(gen 2, top, med, awc)
Mike Mesterton-Gibbons  4(gen, ent, ppl, oth)
dk  3(gen, med 2)
Ellie  3(gen, ent, top)
Rosie Perera  3(top, ppl, awc)
Josiah Winslow  2(gen 2)
Christopher Davis  2(gen, oth)
Rick  1(gen)
Snafu I  1(top)
rp  1(gen)

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