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Lucian Hodoboc

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  1. Happy Birthday! I hope you had a great birthday. 🎂
  2. That's unfortunately true. It reminds me of that scene from the second live-action Scooby Doo movie:
  3. Eh... Writers suffered from writer's block caused by various issues long before the internet was invented. What's keeping me from writing is not the internet, but my health problems.
  4. https://lawshelf.com/shortvideoscontentview/copyright-protection-can-a-joke-be-copyrighted/ You can probably use it if it is not the joke created or/and used by a comedian in their stand up routines. Look up the joke and see where it can be found online. If it is in the public domain and no comedian is mentioned as its author, then it is likely not copyrighted.
  5. Oh, dear! Are you feeling better? 😟
  6. Congratulations! What is it about? 🤔
  7. My view on camping is pretty similar to Jeremy Hotz's:
  8. Such valuable links! Thank you so much for posting them! Bookmarked this thread.
  9. You changed your photo! 😃 How have you been lately? I hope you're having a blessed life.

    1. Sarah Daffy

      Sarah Daffy

      Hi! Been doing good. How about you? This dog is actually one of my dogs. 😀

    2. Lucian Hodoboc

      Lucian Hodoboc

      You have several Labradors? 😲

    3. Sarah Daffy

      Sarah Daffy

      Two Great Pyrenees dogs. 😉

  10. I'm sorry, but I'm not following. What does whether the author of the post (or the article) is still around have to do with the fact that some topics remain relevant for decades or even centuries? We study, learn and use grammatical rules, literary techniques etc. created by people who passed away over half a century ago. This is an online community, so it's based on the interaction of a group of people. Whether one of those people leaves the community or is unable to continue participating in the discussions for whatever reason should not have any major impact upon the flow of the discussion, regardless of whether said person is the topic starter. Furthermore, due to the slowly-changing nature of the niche of this community (it's not a general discussions or a pop culture community discussing the latest news, but rather forums where we discuss the art and craft of writing), the topics being archived seems to be closed before their full potential has even been sought, much less reached. I've been browsing the threads from two years ago from the Writing & Publishing forum and see that many of them are as relevant today as they were then, and I could offer insight on at least half of them.
  11. Congratulations! I checked out your book on Amazon, but it seems to be missing a synopsis, so I could not figure out what it was about. You should look into adding that.
  12. I don't understand why threads in this community are archived. It's true, some of them might become irrelevant due to passage of time, but many of them are independent of or unaffected by time. If someone stumbles across this community by searching something writing-related online, and wants to reply to an old thread relevant to his/her interests, he/she cannot do so, therefore he/she concludes that signing up an account was a waste of his/her time. Something to think about. 😅
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