Amount of texts to »spiral« 33, and there are 29 texts (87.88%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 111 Characters
Average Rating 3.030 points, 6 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 11th 2000, 06:42:05 wrote
sara the mac about spiral
Latest text on Jan 29th 2011, 17:31:42 wrote
Schmidt about spiral
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on May 2nd 2000, 01:08:48 wrote
ilann about spiral

on Jan 29th 2011, 17:31:42 wrote
Schmidt about spiral

on Feb 28th 2004, 00:01:55 wrote
paniq about spiral

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Texts to »Spiral«

itidem wrote on Mar 3rd 2001, 19:40:25 about


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I've been sitting here at my computer for three hours this afternoon. Sitting and searching for a file.

What did I name that thing, anyway? I know I saved it after I got home from the party last night. There's bound to be a lot of typos, but I ALWAYS save my files.

Was it murderfive? Or mysteryfive? Maybe gun5? Surely not butler5?

If I can't find the outline for the fifth chapter, I'll never know who I intended to be the red herring suspect!

Life was simpler when I wrote in spiral notebooks.

I type in another search.


Hm. Maybe it was fivemystery? Or fifthoutline?

rimmer wrote on Apr 24th 2001, 13:22:33 about


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Try describing a spiral staircase without moving your hands.

Mazzy wrote on Sep 5th 2000, 17:23:17 about


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The easiest way to describe a spiral is with a visual gesture.

Jeff wrote on Apr 23rd 2000, 03:45:28 about


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If all spirals everywhere – springs, DNA molecules, new ferns in the forest – were pulled straight, how long would the universe become?

Julianne wrote on Apr 13th 2000, 05:17:09 about


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Does it seem like your life is repeating the same patterns over and over.

Well, it is. But each time the pattern repeats it's supposed to be more intense, or more fun, as you come recognize the pattern and learn how to work it.

(Ideally, before you die. But for some people it takes longer.)

So the circle of life is really a spiral. All we can influence is its speed and direction.

anybody wrote on Apr 11th 2000, 14:01:19 about


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Spirals go down in circles, but withouot closing it. In a certain way, they have the typical form of dialectical process.

pip wrote on May 10th 2000, 04:27:00 about


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escher – not spiral – mess – damsel-in-distress – philsophy gone wrong – oh, well, it might have happened

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