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2001 04 B.

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Subject: Re: What do you call...
From: st.ferd2.thristian.org (Screwtape)
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2001 02:00:19 +0000

Richard Fitzpatrick schrieb:
>The only problem being that PJ is Senior Detective Patrick Joseph Hasham.
<grin, see, I'm *grinning*>

Captain, the linguistic signature of the last communication from the U.S.S. Fitzpatrick was highly similar to known data from the Federation's communications with the Sanrio Empire - a race known to be Evil and alluring to humans.

"What are you suggesting, Lieutenant?"

It seems likely that the captain of the Fitzpatrick has recently been involved with negotiations with the Sanrio Empire, outside of normal Federation channels.

"Thankyou, Mr. Tuvok. This isn't exactly any of our buisness, is it?"

It is not immediately relevant to any part of our standing orders, no. However, it is potentially useful information that might be relevant in the future, say, for example, if the Sanrio fleet of round and fluffy starships, led by the Fitzpatrick, were to launch a concerted attack on Federation space.

"And what are the odds of that occurring, in your estimation?"

Approximately seventy-three billion, four-hundred and thirty-six million, two-hundred and twelve thousand, nine-hundred and four to one.

"I think we can safely ignore that possibility, then. Paris, maintain course. I'll be in my ready room."

...who hasn't watched *nearly* enough Star Trek recently.

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Subject: Re: What do you call...
From: Bystander <Bystander.THEGARBAGE.augustmail.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2001 08:59:50 -0500

Gordol <postmaster.gordol.org> tyoped:
>Jim Evans said:
>; > Ain't that the truth. I got lost leaving Montreal when I zagged when I should have zigged, and a map didn't help because I thought I was somewhere else than I really was.
>; Not your fault. I've lost track of how often I've gotten lost in or leaving Montreal.
>; JIM, Ou est Der Autobahn, s'il vous plait?
>"Pardon moi, ou est l'autoroute dix, s'il vous plait?"
>Fortunately for me, the store clerk spoke English. I was bouncing back and forth on a section of Rt. 30, looking for Rt. 10. I thought I was on one section of the highway when I wasn't which explains why I couldn't find 10. What I +meant+ to do was Rt. 10/15/20 out of Montreal, stay on 10 to 35, which becomes 133 to the border and then 89 in Vermont.
>What I wound up doing was 15 out of Montreal, realized my mistake and got off at 30 and wound up bouncing back and forth on that for almost an hour before I gave up and asked someone how to get back to 10. Grrr... I had wanted to be eating lunch in South Burlington by the time I finally made it to the border.

I'm sorry, I wasn't quite paying attention. Could you repeat that? I'll try to keep up this time (breaks out slide rule...)

Bystander (by my calculations you should be somewhere on the other side of Omicron Beta...but then my batteries could be low)

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Subject: Re: What do you call...
From: Sara M <egk.speedlink.com.au>
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2001 11:39:04 +1000

Screwtape wrote:
> Sara M schrieb:
> >Of course, beige is way too racy for some people. Some people need the soothing, calming effects of a nice neutral fawn or driftwood paint tone on their ceilings
> I don't know... what colour is used for "padded walls"?

A nice Uterine Pink usually...

(NOT a good way to describe colour of friend's freshly-painted loungeroom)

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Subject: Re: What do you call...
From: Barry O'Neill <barry.crosswired.co.uk>
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2001 15:59:21 +0100

hetta.saunalahti.fi says...
> "Barry O'Neill" <spam.nul.dhs.org> wrote:
> >"BJ" wrote:
> >> Nope, I'm saying that cats are intended to teach us that not everything in nature has a function.
> >I think you'll find it's that men's nipples are already taking care of that particular problem.
> I'm told that men's ears have next to no function, too, also, as well.

This will come as something as a surprise to spectacle manufacturers.

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Subject: Re: What do you call...
From: Ian Davis <Ian.Davis.ludwig.edu.au>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 07:40:32 +1100

Sara M <egk.speedlink.com.au> wrote:
> Hey look Hetta - those two cute Elvises over by the bar...
> <fluffs hair>
> <fluffs own hair>

Apropos of nothing at all, I note that "fluff" is a regional Australian colloquialism for breaking wind.

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Subject: Re: What do you call...
From: "Richard Fitzpatrick" <fitzmor.webone.com.au>
Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2001 08:58:02 +1000

Screwtape wrote ...
>Richard Fitzpatrick schrieb:
>>No, but _The_Beachcombers_ and _Swallows_and_Amazons_ did.
>/me tries to remember The Beachcombers, and fails.

Ehhh. It was old when *I* was young.

>>Tho' I'm not certain S&A was Canadian and I *am* certain neither were made in Toronto.
>Swallows and Amazons? Canadian? Kids sailing their boats on the Norfolk Broads? 'Twould be a British production, shirley?

Well, I *said* I wasn't certain. Damn, how do you remember it at all, let alone where it was set?

>>Richard, whose dull green Kampuchean loving ghoti knows how to make Canucks cringe.
>Ask them if they met your friend Mick who went there on holiday twelve years ago?

1989...? erm, you've got me. I know Moogle went there in about 1999, but he's a Martin.

>...if you really have a friend called Mick, I'll be surprised.

Well... I do, NTYMI. But he'll *never* go to Canada.

Richard F

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Subject: Re: What do you call...
From: TechnoAtheist <TA.SpamIsBad.delphicresearch.com>
Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2001 20:51:25 -0700

Cici in Texas <cclovis.mindspring.com> wrote:
>st.ferd2.thristian.org (Screwtape) wrote:
>>Sorry, that entire sentence was hypothetical. I was just obliquely referring to the pet peeve of inhabitants of smallish civilisations (Canada, Tasmania, Canberra for all I know) where outsiders will assume that everybody there knows everybody else.
>>"I had an uncle, lived in Canberra once - well, it was more Queenbeyan, actually - called Mick. Do you know him?"
>><question, expecting the answer yes>
>Texans have that problem all the time, as well. "Oh, you live in Texas? One of my college roommates was from El Paso, Alicia Gonzales, do you know her?"
>Mind you, El Paso is ~550 miles from where I live, and 'Gonzales' is rather the Tex-Mex equivalent of 'Jones.'
>What's fun is to play with such people's little minds.
>"Debbie Gonzales, hmmm. What kind of car did she drive?"
>"A Chevy, I think."
>"A Chevy? Really? Did she have a dog?"
>"Yeah, a Labrador retriever! Do you really know her?"

Debbie Gonzales! Sure, we grew up together. Well, not really together, more apart than together. I mean it wasn't like we were Siamese twins or anything. I mean we were inseperable when we weren't miles apart. Still she was fine up until the operation where she had to have her spleen inverted. I know she's awfully shy talking about it, but I think it made the world of difference. Afterwards, you hardly even noticed that she had an extra toe on her left foot. Still I guess that's bound to happen when you grow up just down river from the plant. Lord only knows what they were dumping into the water when her Mama would go swimming. I suppose we shouldn't be surprised that she finally got sent to prison, but I don't really believe that she actually ate all those people. Sure, she liked to sleep with the other girls and lick the dead skin off their sheets whenever they were asleep, Lord what girl doesn't? But she wasn't the kind of person to just up and eat folks she didn't know. I understand that she got married a few years ago and moved to Houston. She's raising quite a brood. I got pictures a few months back of her and her husband, Bob I think, standing out in their back yard just knee-deep in kids. At least I think they were hers, It was hard to tell since they were all just kinda lying there.

Oh, wait, no that was Deborah Gonzales, gosh she hated to be called Debbie, swore she'd kill anyone who did.

No, no I can't say I know of a Debbie Gonzales, what was she like?

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Subject: Re: What do you call...
From: Gordol <postmaster.gordol.org>
Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2001 07:14:19 GMT

While idly wondering if the Pakmara can really do that, Jim Evans said:
; JIM, trying to remember the name of that 'Stryan soap Nils loved so much

Ace Australia Beauty Products?
http://members.ozemail.com.au/~aceaust/soapcream.htm (obsolete)

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Subject: Re: BoRHOD maintenance...
From: dmacks.mail.sas.upenn.edu (Daniel E. Macks)
Date: 16 Apr 2001 22:47:37 GMT

Screwtape <st.ferd2.thristian.org> said:
>BJ schrieb:
>>-- BJ (who has been to a few "shag bars" , and later learned that particular term in the UK has an entirely different meaning)
>I always wondered about the purpose and intent of shag carpeting.

Interestingly enough, having hardwood is a prerequisite for a good shag.

dan, whose bright red Siamese fighting fishies will refrain from making any splinter jokes

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Subject: Re: BoRHOD maintenance...
From: Dave Hemming <surfbaudNOSPAM.waverider.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2001 16:54:55 +0100

dmacks.mail.sas.upenn.edu (Daniel E. Macks) wrote:
>Dave Hemming <surfbaudNOSPAM.waverider.co.uk> said:
>>You lookin' at my bird? Eh? Eh?
>>Do you WANT me to come over there and introduce random and incredibly hard to find bugs into your application? DO YOU?
>Um, Dave? That was TimC you were s'posed to do that to, not me.

A certain amount of collateral damage is only to be expected under the circumstances.

A "reasonable and appropriate response" takes into account a large number of complex factors relating to the incident, such as how much sleep I got the preceding night, whether I've had coffee yet, whether or not these pants are comfortable, and "because I say so, that's why".

Massively disproportionate, my ass.

From: Julianna Avedon <SOteric2.msn.com>
No way, Sweetheart. I think it's cute.

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Subject: Re: BoRHOD maintenance...
From: st.ferd2.thristian.org (Screwtape)
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2001 05:56:02 +0000

Viki schrieb:
>Carnegie Mellon University.
>And it's pronounced "Car-NEIGH-gie".
>And it's here in Pittsburgh, where Andrew Carnegie called home.

Yeah? The name "andrew.cmu.edu" suddenly makes much more sense.

...wondering who "Athena Massachusetts" was.

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Subject: Re: I owe the Oracle...
From: pieceoftheuniverse <potu.pieceoftheuniverse.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2001 13:40:45 -0700

Seanna -- or was it Steve? or Trevyn? or Nicholas? Damn it all, SOMEBODY
>Where do I send the items that I owe to the Oracle?

Oracular Collection Agency
c/o pieceoftheuniverse
P.O. Box 293949
Sandy, UT 84020

Mark all items as "Fragile," whether or not they really are. Oh, and insure them, just in case.

If you're sending cash, please send only as a money order, as anything over a thousand dollars might get nicked by unscrupulous postal employees.

Thanks muchly.

pieceoftheuniverse - who's going to be looking for a pawn shop soon.

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Subject: Re: The Belgian Truck Driver meets Sara M and ST
From: dmacks.mail.sas.upenn.edu (Daniel E. Macks)
Date: 18 Apr 2001 23:22:45 GMT

Trog <trog.DELETE^Wzoom.co.uk> said:
>Un petit d'un petit
>Ca tien un vol
>Un petit d'un petit a degras vol
>Au de quinze aussi et au de quinze main
>Que d'un peut un petit de guerre a gain

There are 15 Aussis here? Maybe there *is* something to that old-wives' tale about standing upside-down to increase fertility.

dan, whose bright red Siamese fighting fishies wonder if kangaroos boink like bunnies too

From: Sara M <egk.speedlink.com.au>
We don't boink like bunnies -
We BONK like kangaroos!
Bunnies just leave chocolate eggs
But WE leave you nicely "used" ;)

We've got proper tails, not puff-balls,
And we have pouches on our fronts!
No bunny can bonk quite like us -
Because *we're* the world's best...


<sniffs coffee suspiciously>

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Subject: Re: Lurking...
From: Jim Evans <jevans.physics.uottawa.ca>
Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 21:40:49 -0400

Comrade Bystander wrote:
> Viki <vvidt.netscape.net> tyoped:
> >Sara M wrote:
> >> Hmmm - out of all the rhodents, which one would we trust most with a knife?
> >/me volunteers... <EG>
> >Viki
> It's precisely the people who volunteer that we don't want anywhere near the knives. Kinda like choosing a president.
> Bystander (...wondering what Dubya's knife collection looks like)

His aren't the sharpest knives in the drawer, let me tell you.

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Subject: Re: Lurking...
From: dmacks.mail.sas.upenn.edu (Daniel E. Macks)
Date: 24 Apr 2001 23:17:48 GMT

Richard Fitzpatrick <fitzmor.webone.com.au> said:
>Robot Karate Man wrote ...
>>Richard Fitzpatrick wrote:
>>>Robot Karate Man wrote ...
>>>>Cici in Texas wrote:
>>>>>How do you feel about calamari, Steve-o?
>>>>About the same as I feel about fried rubber bands.
>>>What are they like? I've always wondered.
>>It's kinda like calimari.
>Figured. So, is that better or worse than sauteed twist-ties?

Better--there's no pokey-wire to perforate your esophagus on the way down.

dan, whose bright red Siamese fighting fishies won't make any "swallowing little pricks" jokes

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Subject: Re: Lurking...
From: The Khat <khat_9.mailandnews.com>
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 02:21:09 -0700

Robot Karate Man wrote:
> Fred is taller than Cindy, but not as tall as Billy.
> Joe is as tall as Elliot.
> Nancy is taller than Fred.
> Elliot is taller than Cindy.
> Billy is taller than Cindy, but not as tall as Nancy.
> Mary is taller than Elliot, but not as tall as Nancy.
> If Greg is taller than Billy, but not as tall as Joe, who is taller, Greg or Peter?

Peter, He has an Axe and an inferiority complex.
Peter has also not been taking is medications lately either...

So even if Greg is more Vertically Blessed than Peter, he won't be for very long.

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Subject: Re: Lurking...
From: Gordol <postmaster.gordol.org>
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 05:37:02 GMT

While idly wondering if the Pakmara can really do that, Jim Evans said:
; Thank you! You're a lovely newsgroup! No, really, I'd like to take you all home with me, but the last newsgroup I brought home is still there and it's getting a little crowded. G'night kids! Don't forget to tip your news-servers!

Just don't break them, or you'll loose your account.

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Subject: Re: Lurking...
From: Sara M <egk.speedlink.com.au>
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2001 20:41:38 +1000

Cici in Texas wrote:
> Jim Evans <jevans.physics.uottawa.ca> wrote:
> >Comrade Cici in Texas wrote:
> >> Chris Wesling <cwesling.cannedmeat.home.com> wrote:
> >> >> -- BJ (who loves to suck the heads and pinch the tails... no, wait, that's for crawdads...)
> >> >Mmm, crab and shrimp! Yum! Nobody's mentioned scallops yet; what kind of "bugs" would they be?
> >> Scallops aren't seafood, they're what you use to *catch* seafood. Bait, in other words, right up there with "calamari" (otherwise known as suckers -- sorry, I don't eat tentacles, even in very small pieces).
> >> Can you tell I don't care for scallops? You can have my share.
> >I'll take your scallops, you can have my lobster.
> Cool! What's it's name?

Thermidor the Lobster
Peered through the prison-tank
And watched all the happy diners
As they feasted and they drank.

Little did they know or care
Of the sad end that was to fall
When Thermidor the lobster said
"Maitre'd - I think I'll have them ALL."

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Subject: Re: New interesting Weather Satellite Imaging & Astronomy site.
From: Ian Davis <Ian.Davis.ludwig.edu.au>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 11:06:19 +1100

TechnoAtheist <TA.SpamIsBad.delphicresearch.com> wrote:
> >Supernova?
> No thanks, I'm trying to cut down.

No, no, no! Get it right!

"I'll have the soup, please."

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Subject: Re: Help, It's stuck!!
From: TechnoAtheist <TA.SpamIsBad.delphicresearch.com>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 18:58:58 -0700

"Lane Gray, Czar Castic" <cgraytwo.kc.rr.com> wrote:
>You can dance ifyouwantto leave your friendsbehind

Well, look that may be your preference and all, but I really don't want to know what you do with your friend's behind.

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Subject: Re: Internet Oracularities Digest #1215
From: "Richard Fitzpatrick" <fitzmor.webone.com.au>
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 08:09:32 +1000

pieceoftheuniverse wrote ...
>Bill Dennen wrote:
>>4 4 3 4 4 2 3 4 4 4
>Did we read the same digest?

No. Bill and I are on the list for the 'special' Digest. If it was in print, it'd be in the special black wrapper.

Now, are you going to help me season him^W^Wgive him herbal moisturising therapy or not?

Richard, whose dull green Kampuchean loving ghoti is warming the grill.

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Subject: Re: I'm back
From: Jason <jbeasley.primary.net>
Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 23:41:53 -0500

Tim Chew wrote:
> Did you miss me?

I know what you're thinking. Did he fire six shots, or only five?

Oh sorry, I just got done watching that. Were you gone?

> Finally, we've gotten the guest book to work and added some photos to
> the wedding site.
> http://www.theknot.com/members/KristinDiSorbo&TimChew

<cue dramatic music>
You've made a drastic mistake. We now know the time, we know the place, we even know what to wear. Picture it if you will. Rhodites. Rhodites everywhere. But it gets worse. There's alcohol available. A blazing conflagration erupts. Virgins are sacrificed. Innocent bystanders are drawn in against their will. Some of them get sacrificed, too. The National Guard is called in. The area is sealed off. Time passes. Soon, the rhodites run out of the necessities. Demands are made. Party forks, drink umbrellas, more alcohol, marinade, and one napkin. The group begins splintering into factions, trying to find out who the hell wanted one napkin. In the confusion, a couple of National Guardsmen are accidentally eaten. The President intervenes. Offers a supply of death row inmates. The media arrives. Ted Koppel gets into a fist fight with Dan Rather. The rhodites appeal to them *not* to Jell-O wrestle. Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass) arrives. Declares it's his type of party. Looks for nearest bridge. Then the unthinkable happens. The alcohol runs out. Rhodites become surly. Excuse themselves to look for aspirin. Find their ways home. Post their opinions in rhod. Segue after segue after segue. Somehow, a poker cascade forms. And this one is all Tim's fault.

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Subject: Re: I'm back
From: "Richard Fitzpatrick" <fitzmor.webone.com.au>
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 15:53:35 +1000

Gordol wrote ...
>Tim Chew said:
>; So, how have you all been?
>Oh, fine, fine. Cici is healing well, Richard no longer thinks he's Napolean, but now JIM does.

Sheesh, I spend one party with my hand in my pants instead of my jacket and I'm accused of no longer being a megalomaniac...

Was it at least a *fun* party? I have it on good authority that I had a great time.

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Subject: Re: I'm back
From: st.ferd2.thristian.org (Screwtape)
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2001 20:01:09 +0000

Chris Wesling schrieb:
>BJ wrote:
>> Besides, laser pointers are wasted on any application other than high-powered sniper rifles... but that's my opinion.
>> -- BJ (I'm expecting a poker cascade to start here any minute...)
>Poker? I 'ardly know 'er!

The other day I overheard that a friend of the family had called their new kid "Noah". I thinks "Noah? I 'ardly -" and then I bursts out laughing..

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Subject: Re: I'm back
From: pieceoftheuniverse <potu.pieceoftheuniverse.com>
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 09:00:04 -0700

Tim Chew wrote:
>Did you miss me?

Actually, I could have sworn you were still around. Isn't that your name attached to several prime selections in the recent digests?

If not, I hope you at least had the foresight to ask Kinzler to reduce your daily dose of rabble. Else when you open your in-box it's likely to explode from sheer tripe.

>News: First, just to show I wasn't a little slacker who was avoiding you all, here are some photos from my production of "Noises Off"

Sorry, but anything non-Orrie related is regarded as slacking. You're fired. Turn in your robe at the door, and talk to Zadoc about your pension.

Er, put on some clothes first, would you? Geez!

>No, I'm not in any of them.

That's a likely story. I'm going to pick a photo at random and say it's you. Let's see ... P3140017. That fits my mental image of you to a T. Especially with the red eyes.

<snip the awesome undertaking of The Show>
>Finally, we've gotten the guest book to work and added some photos to the wedding site.

Oh, wait. That's a Show in and of itself.


I've just realized: the marriage name is going to be Chew DiSorbo. Hehe. What's a Sorbo? Some sort of gum?

That's it! You guys can cut costs by leasing out your wedding to an advertising agency for Sorbo Chewables. You'll make a mint!


Ahhh, that's better.

>So, how have you all been?

I'm moving to Utah, TA's started a new serial (with marshmallows, no less), JIM is having an HG smackdown, ~steve-o's Ford is going to take a short walk off a long pier, Hetta has come back with only a mild case of malaria, Cici's still in Texas, Viki's as charming as ever, Freyja doesn't shower alone, Kinzler has re-vamped the Oracular webpage, Kinzler actually posted to rhod (once, but it was enough), and ... er, how long have you been gone?

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Subject: Re: [uk.local.bristol] Re: cycling on pavements (was critical mass)
From: Erik Mooney <erik.SPAMFILTER-dos486.com>
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2001 03:21:40 -0400

Gordol <postmaster.gordol.org> wrote:
>TimC said:
>; costs $1Trillion AU == 50cents American per litre of petrol)
>Wow. One trillion Astronomical Units == fifty cents American?

Sure. Hold a fifty-cent-piece at the proper distance, against the proper stars as background, and there you go.

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Subject: Re: [uk.local.bristol] Re: cycling on pavements (was critical mass)
From: TechnoAtheist <TA.SpamIsBad.delphicresearch.com>
Date: Sun, 29 Apr 2001 16:18:31 -0700

"Richard Fitzpatrick" <fitzmor.webone.com.au> wrote:
>Screwtape wrote ...
>>Richard Fitzpatrick schrieb:
>>>(ST doesn't drive - yet.)
>>Pishtosh! I *do* drive, but not very often and I'm not yet (legally) allowed to do so by myself.
>I see your words, but I'm still reading "ST doesn't drive - yet." ;-)

He was born on Febuary 29th.

For now he just uses a car much your average Californian does. He gets inside, alternately moves controls until reaching a full stop and then exits pretending all the while that this was the place they intended to go to.

Older drivers, oddly, extend this behavior to include adding rude gestures and evil glares to fellow vehicular projectilists who are obviously "less experienced" and therefore "worse drivers".

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Subject: Re: 200 unread and reasons thereof
From: dmacks.mail.sas.upenn.edu (Daniel E. Macks)
Date: 27 Apr 2001 16:46:06 GMT

Gordol <postmaster.gordol.org> said:
>Daniel E. Macks said:
>; >A brother in law is either married to your sister or the brother of your wife.
>; ...or both.
>So, if a guy married his own sister, he'd be his own brother-in-law?

Yup. Although some would quibble with using the term "in-law" when it's against the law. Fortunately for some of us, there are places where it isn't.

dan, whose bright red Siamese fighting fishies express more recessive genes, milligram for milligram, than any creature in the universe.

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Subject: Re: Lurking...
From: Ian Davis <Ian.Davis.ludwig.edu.au>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 07:31:16 +1100
"Lane Gray, Czar Castic" <cgraytwo.kc.rr.com> wrote:
> DEARTA "..orifices" and not be really surprised?
YKYBRRTLW typos like that just leap out at you.


<DAERTA = Did anybody else read that as / YKYBRRTLW = you know you've been reading rhod too long when>

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