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This is London, not Antartica, so why don't the tubes run all night,
You are my Girlfriend, not Molly Ringwald, so why won't you stay here tonight,
This is sixth form poetry not Keats or Yeats, and now we find the part that we both hate.

We love the city because it lets us down, We love the city NOT the suburbs that surround.
We love all the dirty things, that lead us to think, that maybe true love could be found.
We love the city because its how we live, We love the city cause it never loves us back.
We love it all because sometimes, even though they're hard to find, it contains all the virtues we lack.

(Hefner "We Love The City")

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Then i can blow this joint. I'm attempting to rewrite my dissertation, it's not going well
12th Mar 2005, 18:09  

Len Corby says:

There should probably be a comma somewhere before and/or after the word "however" in that top pic.

He he. Only messin' ...

Edit - Now I think about it, "However, there is a definite sense ..." sounds better.

12th Mar 2005, 18:10

Helen says:

Yes, the 'however' should probably have a comma either side of it. Like this – ',however,', as it's an aside.

12th Mar 2005, 18:17

Helen says:

Mind you, I think Len is right about putting the 'however' at the start of the sentence.

Oh well. Doesn't really matter.

12th Mar 2005, 18:20

Len Corby says:

Kel, if it starts getting on top of you, remember that I got a rubbish mark for my dissertation in that subject, but I still got a 1st ... :-D

12th Mar 2005, 18:21

Helen says:

Ah, best of luck with it all.

12th Mar 2005, 18:24

kel says:

Cheers guys. I think either "However, there is a definite sense..." or "There is a definite sense, however," will work... but i'll have a look at it later.

(and Len- that renews my hope in actually getting a decent degree!)

13th Mar 2005, 11:24

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