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March 18, 2012

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o docker

The literary scholars of Cambridge
Spend whole lifetimes crossing the same bridge.
If they so value verse,
Is it not then perverse
That at limericks they must take such umbrage?

Adam Turinas

There once was a sailor O'Docker
Who was known as a terrible mocker
He started a blog
He left us agog
And he was known as right cheeky focker

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