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Armadeus_Zoolitzer


Armadeus_Zoolitzer
Ratter Corner, Other
Member for 6 years

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ABOUT ME
I am an avid reader and writer. I have had five poems published in five different anthologies to date. I enjoy reading Stephen King and first considered being a writer after meeting the bestselling author. I continue to read and write.

INTERESTS AND FAVORITES
Books: The Storied Life of AJ Fikry, The Inevitable June, The Leftovers, Under The Dome
Interests: Reading, Writing, Socializing, Unicycling


Poetry
By Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD
Ratter Corner, Other
Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Poetry
By Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD
Ratter Corner, Other
Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Poetry
By Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD
Ratter Corner, Other
Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Poetry
By Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD
Ratter Corner, Other
Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Poetry
By Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD
Ratter Corner, Other
Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Poetry
By Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD
Ratter Corner, Other
Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Hot Topics
Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Poetry
Somewhere MAG
By Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD
Ratter Corner, Other
Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Art/Photo
By Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD
Ratter Corner, Other
Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Art/Photo
By Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD
Ratter Corner, Other
Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Art/Photo
By Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD
Ratter Corner, Other
Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Art/Photo
Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Art/Photo
Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Art/Photo
Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June

Art/Photo
By Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD
Ratter Corner, Other
Armadeus_Zoolitzer GOLD, Ratter Corner, Other
15 articles 11 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Arose by any other name is still the past tense of arise." Steve Patterson on CBC's The Debators "The devil's greatest trick was chopping the water into separate bathtubs. Then attaching claws to those bathtubs." Bob Schofield's The Inevitable June