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CalamityJane
 
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Reply Tue 19 Jan, 2010 02:33 pm
Swamp?
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tsarstepan
 
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Reply Tue 19 Jan, 2010 02:38 pm
@Tryagain,
Are you a connoisseur of airplane glues and other refined whippet style delivery systems?
mismi
 
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Reply Tue 19 Jan, 2010 02:41 pm
@tsarstepan,
I would SAY so. Wink
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sullyfish6
 
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Reply Tue 19 Jan, 2010 02:43 pm
How many days did you miss your meds?
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oolongteasup
 
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Reply Tue 19 Jan, 2010 09:35 pm
@Tryagain,
The Fourier series has many applications in electrical engineering, vibration analysis, acoustics, optics, signal processing, image processing, quantum mechanics, econometrics

and more recently tongue twisters

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Seed
 
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Reply Tue 19 Jan, 2010 09:47 pm
@Tryagain,
Quote:
A skunk sat on a stump. The stump thought the skunk stunk. the skunk thought the stump stunk. What stunk the skunk or the stump?


Stealing that.
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Tryagain
 
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Reply Wed 20 Jan, 2010 08:40 am
Oh my what a wonderful start to the day; first the people of The Commonwealth of Massachusetts vote for real change, and here the glitterati of A2K engage in social intercourse.

However this can often be associated with schizophrenics who possess multiple personalities, a person can have social intercourse with themselves through this process!!!

Want an example? Try having a conversation with someone and actually listen for once. So friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears.....

Obi-Wan Kenobi was indeed the heading as all you Trekkie fans realized.
It was the Jedi, who use the Force for good, and the Sith, who use the dark side for evil in an attempt to take over the Republican Party.

In the Expanded Universe many dark side users are Dark Jedi rather than Sith, mainly because of the Rule of Two.

Speaking of two; C-J, your dialog captures the moment, should I perchance upon Gus I will indeed discuss your good points. in fact we discuss little else.



Further transmissions anticipated - thank you for your endurance.
wandeljw
 
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Reply Wed 20 Jan, 2010 08:56 am
@Tryagain,
Were your parents aware that it was dangerous for children to eat paint chips?
Tryagain
 
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Reply Wed 20 Jan, 2010 10:15 am
@wandeljw,
wandeljw wrote:

Were your parents aware that it was dangerous for children to eat paint chips?


Dearest wandeljw, down in my neck of the woods them is courtin' words. Are you hitting on me?


My dear Tsarstepan. yours is indeed a thought provoking riposte; I shall waste no time in reading it as it is very much taken for granted these days that you can step onto an airplane and get off again after several hours in a country thousands of miles away.

Only very few people think about, or realise, the enormous amount of technological innovation and people skills that go into building, flying and maintaining safe and reliable aircraft. Only by implementing the most stringent technical standards on both the production and maintenance of aircraft has the aviation industry managed to achieve what is considered to be the safest and most efficient mode of travel.

Solvents, like many other chemicals, play an important role in this process. Solvents are used in both the manufacture and maintenance of aircraft and they are also a key component in the production of the raw materials that are required.

Not only do solvents help manufacturers create lighter, safer and more efficient aircraft, they also help ensure that these aircraft remain safe during their many years of operation.


Missy. I am so smiley happy that you agree; call me anything you like.....just don't call me late for supper!



Further replies are somewhat delayed due to legal issues.

CalamityJane
 
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Reply Wed 20 Jan, 2010 10:17 am
In my culture we do talk about sex.

(oops wrong thread) Embarrassed
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mismi
 
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Reply Wed 20 Jan, 2010 10:26 am
@Tryagain,
Quote:
Missy. I am so smiley happy that you agree; call me anything you like.....just don't call me late for supper!


I have heard this before... Wink
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Tryagain
 
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Reply Wed 20 Jan, 2010 01:07 pm
You are so lucky C-J. in my culture I have only got a bunch of microorganisms, bacteria, or tissues for scientific study, medicinal use, etc. However, we don't talk a lot after one beat me at chess.

Missy chillingly wrote, "I have heard this before..."

What about this re-run from JW, "Were your parents aware that it was dangerous for children to eat paint chips?"

Do I hear an echo? Echo?



Special agent Scully I am so pleased we have met at last, I have been one of your most ardent fans. Perhaps I might entreat your advice due to your Sith fish.

You see, when I told my goldfish about what had been said on this thread it just upped and died on me. Well, only for a few days; then he kinda went down to the bottom where he remains to this day, still dead or on an extreme diet.

Now I know these things go in cycles; not that I have seen the little critter on his cycle since the last time it needed a service and I put too much oil on the chain and the water became cloudy.

I am so sorry to bother you butt I don't know who else I can turn to after Missy called me the 'minuet man' and I only took that long because I paused for a smoke. Thing is I am having some emotional problems right now...

Well, it's like this you see; my girlfriend just passed away and I cannot bare to be parted so I buried her in the back yard. When Bubba came over he asked why had I left her onos* sticking outta the ground.

Anyways, I tell Bubba it was because I get to remember her every time I park my bike!


* The Greek word for "ass" is "onos." In antiquity, one could worship various animals, such as cats, dogs or snakes and sure enough, one even could worship donkeys. Or, better said, when ancient people accused Christians and Jews of illicit religious practices, they sometimes accused them of worshipping asses.

I suppose the rationale was something like this. 'We may worship dogs or cats, but at least we are not ass-worshippers.' Oooh! What a devastating attack.


Extracts from an article not printed in the Biloxi-Gulfport and South Mississippi Sun Herald.
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Tryagain
 
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Reply Fri 22 Jan, 2010 06:35 am
In response to the missive from Seed:

Sir, do I detect the whiff of racism in the air?

There was a time in Alabama during the segregation years that a guy could get a seat on the bus. Now all you white dudes grab the seats for yourselves, forcing me to take the limo to the headquarters of the K.K.K.

Although I have said on many occasions that 'club' is spelt with a 'C' the committee say that despite the printers error they must use up all the printed material. This is probably the reason why the Kentucky Kayak Club has so few brothers faces round here....You know what I'm saying?

Seed wrote seethingly, " Stealing that."

Ain't that typical! Just as soon as something goes missing..............Blame the minority guy!

I may be a truck driving beer swilling overweight badass ballerina; but I ain't no thief. Except maybe when it is carried out under the asperse of the Republican party!

Oh how I bleed for my people on Avatar. Protect the homeland, ensure equality in the public transportation system and crush dem honkeys.....
Dya want cheese on your cracker!


Anyone else wanna dance under the pale moonlight?
(Australians need not apply)
dadpad
 
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Reply Fri 22 Jan, 2010 07:12 pm
@Tryagain,
Tryagain wrote:

Anyone else wanna dance under the pale moonlight?
(Australians need not apply)


i have fried chicken but no shift key.
1969 was a very good year but i had to ask for suggestions from my batman
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oolongteasup
 
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Reply Fri 22 Jan, 2010 07:56 pm
@Tryagain,
Quote:
under the asperse


let's dance under the auspices and swoon to the flagrance of the non sequiturs instead

CalamityJane
 
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Reply Fri 22 Jan, 2010 08:25 pm
@oolongteasup,
Under the auspices sounds very suspicious.
oolongteasup
 
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Reply Fri 22 Jan, 2010 09:14 pm
@CalamityJane,
yes i suspect auspex or auspices sounds suspiciously inauspicious

i thought it best to get the trying one up dancing

why he wont dance with aus pieces is anyone's cold shoulder shower

unless they're good and looking
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Tryagain
 
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Reply Sat 23 Jan, 2010 08:41 am
Whoops! I just dropped the soap...
Oh joy of joy's; three hooks and two bites!

"Gimme a.....U!"

Call me pedantic if you will; but should that not have read, 'Gimme a(n).....U'?
Is it not written: The word an should be used before all vowel sounds (a, e, i, o, u).? Is there a possible excuse for such laxity?

Would anyone debate that the letter a should be used before all words beginning with a consonant sound, and before words beginning with vowels that represent combined consonant and vowel sounds?

If so: Why do we say, 'an honor'?


DP my old cobber, I'm chuffed to see you. I was gonna spit the dummy over that unemployed guy; then I thought, why do one's lolly and end up in a picnic! Now that bewdy C-J fair dinkum sport. You still driving that old ute? Avagoodweegend


Oolongteasup, or 'On Gale to Opus*' your *anagram is music to my ears...

The non sequitur can be understood as the converse of cliché. Traditional A2K posts depend on the ritualization and predictability of human emotional experiences, where the Theatre of the Absurd uses disjunction and unpredictability...

Q: How many surrealists does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Fish.

Although It is thought by some that you impersonate me; I worship the water you walk on!


Thanks to those who wrote in to say that an anagram of Calamity-Jane was:
'Ya can't Jail Me'.

Glad as I am at the news; the competition is now closed.


Unusually for me I would like to say a few words about the tragedy unfolding in Haiti, and in particular the criticism levelled at the French.

To all those who have vilified them I say; The French will always be there when they need you!

Adieu
Francis
 
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Reply Sat 23 Jan, 2010 08:47 am
Try wrote:
The French will always be there when they need you!

Here I was needing some nice words and you were here for me, Try!

Thank you.

Ce n'est qu'un au revoir, mon frère..
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