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"Quiet, please."


Famed French mime Marcel Marceau appeared on television for the first time on December 4, 1955. On national television (NBC), here’s what he said: .”


Today, the Meme Express prompt is simple: “Quiet, please.”


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13 comments:

  1. A Mallow Cup? Soothing My Mind with a Treat Refined
    What's your poison? Do you love coffee? How do you take it? Like a favorite pair of slippers or a treasured quiet spot, a delicious cup of hot delight can be a total treat. Why mess with perfection?
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  2. Days of Sorrow - a Rhymed Motif of Angelic Grief
    The clouds grew thick as moistest moss; The crowds, they gathered, at a loss. The hosts above, their song they lost, As Jesus laid upon the cross To willingly accept the cost.
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  3. High Flyers - a Rhyming Caprice on Migrating Geese
    The vee of birds, high in the sky, Are honking loud and long. We linger there, as they fly by, About a hundred strong.
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  4. Offline . . on Cloud Nine
    Sometimes power can be overrated. What happens when the electricity goes out, during a weekend in the woods? The results may be surprising.
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  5. Broadcasting Blues
    A Rhyming Round on Noise Unsound : When it comes to conversation, does increased volume equal increased authority, or does it merely diminish the speaker?
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  6. The Grandest Job: The Poetic Pleasures of Grandparenting
    It's all the joy without the job; Grandparenting's the bomb, For if they start to scream and sob, We send them back to Mom.
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  7. Parental Perfection - a Rhyming Reel on a Parent's Ideal
    What makes a perfect parent? Who can qualify for the title of parental perfection? Is it nature or nurture or nonsense? Here's a poetic look at real-life parenting.
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  8. Clowning with Class
    Marcel Marceau was a champion Saddlebred showhorse and beloved equine friend. He died from colic-related illness on November 12, 2008. The Clownface will be sorely missed by all who knew and loved him. Here's my tribute to Marcel Marceau.
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