Amount of texts to »good« 104, and there are 94 texts (90.38%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 70 Characters
Average Rating 1.356 points, 26 Not rated texts
First text on Aug 14th 2000, 17:19:06 wrote
Mazzy about good
Latest text on Oct 29th 2015, 09:24:24 wrote
carolyn stewart about good
Some texts that have not been rated at all
(overall: 26)

on Nov 2nd 2006, 21:21:28 wrote
Emma Example about good

on Sep 18th 2006, 11:38:35 wrote
Shonn about good

on Jan 21st 2007, 14:35:15 wrote
eumpsc wmar about good

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Texts to »Good«

@@ Emily Aphra @@ wrote on May 3rd 2001, 05:58:20 about


Rating: 20 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

Good-and-plenty. Good-and-plenty. Good-and-plenty.

Do you see the pink and white candies and hear the sound of a locomotive?

Aunt Mabel wrote on Mar 4th 2001, 05:57:45 about


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When good is near you, when you have life in yourself,--it is not by any known or appointed way; you shall not discern the footprints of any other; you shall not see the face of man; you shall not hear any name;--the way, the thought, the good, shall be wholly strange and new.

Ralph Waldo Emerson, Self-Reliance

Mazzy wrote on Aug 14th 2000, 17:19:06 about


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»Evil« existed as a keyword before »good« was created. This seems to turn conventional mythology about good and evil upside down.

whatevernext96 wrote on Feb 2nd 2002, 17:35:47 about


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What good is it to keep writing out these questions that can receive no reply?

Adam Penny wrote on Mar 30th 2003, 00:49:42 about


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The only thing that's good about being broke is that you've got nothing left to lose.

unger wrote on Mar 18th 2001, 06:44:10 about


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was it good for you?

jassee wrote on Sep 8th 2000, 00:15:43 about


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good lord! i'd forgotten my package on the office counter. my bosses ate bacon & gorgonzola every day because they could afford it, and i decided to try it for myself--sort of see what the reins of power and wealth felt like. eating this rich luxury food, i would know what it was to transform clients' brands and launch them via multiple media. i had gone out and brought back some bacon and gorgonzola for myself, then gone home and left the package at work. that girl several cubicles down from me would probably get in early and feed my taste of the good life to her dog.

Hitler wrote on Jan 13th 2001, 04:21:56 about


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A well known American computer company changed the wording in their manuals from »Press any key to continue« to »Press the space bar to continue« due to the high volume of calls to their helpline asking where the »any« key was.

Su Jefe wrote on Sep 20th 2003, 02:17:17 about


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Good is the abscence of bad.

Some random keywords

Created on Feb 11th 2005, 21:25:35 by Luke J. Hadley, contains 3 texts

Created on May 2nd 2004, 07:47:01 by The Old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens, contains 3 texts

Created on Feb 17th 2004, 01:37:39 by rkcba, contains 4 texts

Created on Apr 18th 2000, 01:55:23 by TaoJones, contains 12 texts

Created on Jan 3rd 2003, 06:48:40 by elfboi, contains 11 texts

Some random keywords in the german Blaster

Created on Jul 20th 2003, 11:25:16 by Computerlogbuch, contains 11 texts

Created on May 22nd 2001, 06:29:26 by agouti, contains 25 texts

Created on Aug 22nd 2000, 19:00:34 by Sennta, contains 9 texts

Created on May 19th 2001, 22:24:05 by ich, contains 7 texts

Created on Feb 1st 2018, 12:37:30 by Benjamin Beispiel, contains 5 texts

Created on Mar 1st 2005, 16:51:11 by mago, contains 3 texts

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