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Barcation! at BJ’s in the Bywater!

What is Barcation? A Story Time for Adults. Join local writers who will read a story or a poem, or just tell a story. The topic is open: You can tell a story about a bar, a vacation, a vacation in a bar, or whatever you come up with. Or you can share the written work of a favorite author. Participants can sign up for five minutes. Or you can just listen. Light refreshments will be served.

Where: BJ’s in the Bywater, 4301 Burgundy Street, New Orleans

When: Thursday, June 8th, 7-9 pm.

See you there!

Sara Jacobelli

 

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Photo Credit: “Chilled Martini Glass.” Pixabay Free Images: 1660179.

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More Google Robot Poems (if you can stand them)

English: A scene from R.U.R., showing three ro...

I can’t write poetry, but Google can.  Here are some more poems created by Google Robots. (The words I typed into Google are in bold).

Oh what a sick, sick time-waster this is. 

 

i love

i love you

i love you quotes

i love you in spanish

i love lucy

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i want

i want you back

i want to know what love is

i want you to want me

i want that

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i need

i need a doctor

i  need you lyrics

i need a hero

i need a job

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why do

why do cats purr

why do men cheat

why do we dream

why do we yawn

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where is

where is chuck norris

where is notre dame

where is the love lyrics

where is my mind

 

and on that last thought, I will stop this. . . for now

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LA Con IV Exhibit - Robots - Robby between fri...

More Google Robot Poems

©  copyright 2013  by Sara Jacobelli

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“Google” is the property of “Google, Inc.

 

Photo Credits: “A scene from RUR showing three robots,” by Wikipedia. Public Domain Photo.

“LA Con IV Exhibit-Robots-Robby between friends,” by Wikipedia. CC Attribution 2.0 license.

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Google Robot Poems

I can’t write poetry, but I can Google. These are actual suggestions to questions I typed into Google. I wasn’t looking for poetry, but there you have it. Poignant in their own robotic way, aren’t they?

Visor Robot

where can i find a?

where can i find a notary

where can i find a notary public

where can i find a wood elf in skyrim

where can i find a prostitute

where can i find a job

where can i find a high elf in skyrim

where can I find a dark elf in skyrim

where can I find a daedric bow in skyrim

where can I find a falmer in skyrim

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how do I?

how do i put this gently

how do i love thee

how do i register to vote

how do i get a passport

how do i delete my instagram

how do i know when i’m ovulating

how do i live without you

how do i register to vote in alabama

how do i register to vote in louisiana

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i want to. . .

i want to draw a cat for you

i want to know what love is

i want to hold your hand

i want to hold your hand lyrics

i what to know what love is lyrics

i want to start a business

i want to break free lyrics

i want to be the guy

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i wish. . .

i wish you would lyrics

i wish lyrics

i wish you loved me lyrics

i wish you would kanye west download

i wish i was a little bit taller

i wish you would mp3

I wish i was in dixie

i wish

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Robot Attack!

i never. . .

i never told you lyrics

i never told you

i never told you lyrics

i never saw a wild thing

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                                                     google is. . . 

Robot

google is evil

google is god

google is your friend

google is better than bing

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Google Robot Poems

© copyright  2012  by Sara Jacobelli

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Update:  I just discovered this website, check it out!

Robot Poetry Blog

http://234989h39h.blogspot.com/

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Photo Credits: “Visor Robot,” by Wikipedia. GNU Free Documentation License.

“Robot Attack!” by Dan Coulter. License CC NonCommercial Share Alike. Flickr.

“Robot,” by Andy Field. Field Office. License CC NonCommercial Share Alike. Flickr.

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Google is the property of google.com

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