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    The Walrus of Doom? I like it, and if the Malignant Carcinoma dislikes it, I need to do a gimp of him as the puppetmaster... hmmm, or maybe Emperor, using the Force on The Orange One, and hope it goes...
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    Don't understand what you're asking, unless it's "how does that relate", to which the answer is the late Stan Rogers was a *wonderful* Canadian folksinger/songwriter....
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    Back in '12, I wrote a filk that I'm extremely proud of - Outbound Passage, based on Stan Rogers' Northwest Passage.......
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    I was thinking what Dave said, but yeah, given that she's going to try again, and Corbyn broke off talks, and the Independent is saying Farage is going down... Yct also brought to mind another conversation I had on email...
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    NPD. so. we're talking about the Malignant (and soon-to-be-impeached) Carcinoma, here?...
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    UFO cults reminds me of a con in '84 or '85, can't remember if it was CapClave or Balticon, but some self-proclaimed Jesus Freaks had a table in the dealer's room, with pamplets inveighing against Wicca, UFOs, and D&D. The...
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    Damn, after I hit , I realized the misspelling: sulphite intolerance, so pretty much no wine, among other things. Bheer is just fine....
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    My sympathies. My new lady has IBS and some minor lactose intolerance... and sulphide intolerance, such that she carries an epipen....
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    "Climate-proof cities"? You mean like the classic Planet Stories covers, with huge-on-stalks cities/arcologies, with parkland between? And then, it being only 13 days and 9 years late, "For toDAY third of MAY twenty-TEN ManhatTEN reports mild spring-type weather under the...
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    Actually, just back from a break, and the whole thought of the meat food chain led me in very odd directions. First, I was remembering a very early story by Gardner, where this guy finds himself in telepathic contact with...
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    Hand that man a Nobel in economics for enunciating that fact so well....
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    Haven't seen anyone using bricks since the early 80's, at the latest. Use a a couple of 2l plastic bottles, filled with water....
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    Now, wait a minute: I have some friends who are Heathens (that's Norse path Pagan). On the other hand, I've got another name for anyone using "SJW", though I'm still deciding whether I want "antisocial injustice warrior", or "antisocial injustice...
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    Shit, you would bring up that song. I would not want to be the survivor, after the stupid kids wouldn't listen.......
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    Vegans just piss me the hell off. A wonderful music venue, here in the DC 'burbs, last summer changed their menu to all-Vegan, no other options. No more chocolate mousse pie. So, when I go, I only buy a beer,...
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    Back in '04, standing around with other fen in Boston, Thursday of Worldcon, I mentioned I'm still waiting for a Jew to tell me to come back to the religion of my ancestors. One did, so I got to use...
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    You missed the other source of antibiotic resistance: meat that idiot agribusiness stuffs the animals with antibiotics to bulk them up faster. *Fortunately*, this seems to finally have hit resistance, and is slowing down. Of course, they charge more for...
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    Two things: 1. Judaism, as discussed in the alt.paganism and soc.religion.paganism FAQs, is not theological, but what matters is how you live your life. Of course, they ultra-Orthodox are at funnymentalist levels of hypocrisy. 2. Ah, yes, Jews for Jesus....
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    You missed the tiny teleport shunts in the stomach and intestines that send the *gas* all away to the Land of the Farts....
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    I remember when DC had a full-page apology, when they went to $0.15 from $0.12 in less than two years....
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    Um, "used to be rag-pickers"? People don't recycle unless they see? Lessee, Chicago has everyone throw their recylcing in a blue trash bag, which is collected by a different truck than trash, and people are hired to separate it. In...
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    [scratches head]. Late 80's, my late wife and I were in the immobile home she'd bought a few years before, all plumbing was CPVC. County water, chlorinated. Might have a problem if it was salt water, with salt buildup....
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    Wait, 2119? Are you suggesting that we won't defecate into a unit that, instead of flushing, disintigrates it, leaving it clean, dry, and flaky, which is then sucked down by the city utility and distributed to farms?...
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    Not a freakin' chance. For one, sleeping in a capsule's like what they did a thousand years ago - the box beds, for warmth. For another, back in my 20's, making very little, I shared large houses with people, meaning...
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    GREAT IDEA! Now, once they're gone, we embargo them, and stop all shipments of supplies, and all maintenance people who were on Earth.... Clean your own toilet, jeffy!...
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    Got a railgun set up for a delivery? The address is 1600 PA Ave, NW, Washington, DC.......
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    Rent a larger vehicle... I own a large minivan. Normally, 9 out of 10 weekdays, it sits in my driveway, while I take public transportation to work. Gets mostly driven on weekends. That would include "pick up the other hald...
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    Nope. IIRC, 33rd St. and Susquehanna Ave, in north Philly....
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    A tank on the wall, perhaps 6' high or more, to me is something from pre-WWII. I was assuming that they used to need more pressure due to the configuration of the trap in the john, itself....
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    All sounds good to me. Oh, that is, assuming that if there's an incident, the management who had the law written to allow something get sent into the malfunctioning reactor in their birthday suit....
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