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(The Peeper)   After nine years, time-shifted 1660's blogger Samuel Pepys published his final diary entry today   (pepysdiary.com) divider line 10
    More: Cool, Samuel Pepys, Duchess of York, Kilkenny  
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2012-06-01 12:38:47 AM
Published!
 
2012-06-01 12:45:12 AM
I wish I had a time machine. Nothing to do with the story, I just wish I had a time machine.
/is that asking to damn much.
 
2012-06-01 01:01:02 AM
If this is a link to the UNabridged, whole enchilada, diaries--- Subby is my hero!

Off to follow the linkage to check.

/thank you thank you thank you.
 
2012-06-01 01:02:08 AM
Cleared three sentences before achieving satisfaction for not having waated nine years reading that blog.
 
2012-06-01 03:08:48 AM
I read these years ago, what got me was the first line

"Blessed be God, at the end of the last year I was in very good health, without any sense of my old pain, but upon taking of cold.""

Pepys was successfully cut for the stone on March 26th, 1658
 
2012-06-01 04:40:31 AM
I got a copy of this for my birthday when I was a teenager. I remember being amazed that there was so much farking going on in those days, because as a teenager I knew no-one over the age of 25 farked. When it came to the part where he buried his cheese I thought it was a euphemism.
 
2012-06-01 04:50:02 AM
A Pepys thread ?
I would love it, but I have to get some sleep.
/ and so to bed.
 
2012-06-01 07:00:14 AM

balancing act: A Pepys thread ?
I would love it, but I have to get some sleep.
/ and so to bed.


I suspect you're already aware, sir, that "and so to bed" had nothing to do with sleep.
 
2012-06-01 08:08:44 AM
ah yes, samuel "stumpy joe" pepys.


i love his descriptions of his bowel movements.
 
2012-06-01 02:07:14 PM

Dr_Gene:

I suspect you're already aware, sir, that "and so to bed" had nothing to do with sleep.


It actually involved his wife, unlike the little passages in French describing his dalliances with other ladies.
 
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