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Dear Jet:

I would like to publicly apologize -- you deserve it. You haven't
done anything at all to me to deserve me being mean to you.

I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.

*sigh*

I really should make sure I've actually eaten at some point in the
last 24 hours before I post.

Jelliebun
mhm20x20
big enough to admit
when she's wrong
... big enough
in fact, to
warrant her
own postal
code

--

Try not to let your mind wander. It's too small to be out by itself.

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Jelliebun wrote:
>
> Dear Jet:
>
> I would like to publicly apologize -- you deserve it. You haven't
> done anything at all to me to deserve me being mean to you.
>
> I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
> your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
>
> *sigh*
>
> I really should make sure I've actually eaten at some point in the
> last 24 hours before I post.

Outing is now ontopic at the Flonk.


>
> Jelliebun
> mhm20x20
> big enough to admit
> when she's wrong
> ... big enough
> in fact, to
> warrant her
> own postal
> code
>
> --
>
> Try not to let your mind wander. It's too small to be out by itself.


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Aug 4, 2002, 1:54:59 AM8/4/02
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In article <j8fpkugl0rpnc4tau...@4ax.com>, Jelliebun <bunni...@shaw.ca> wrote:
>Dear Jet:
>
>I would like to publicly apologize -- you deserve it. You haven't
>done anything at all to me to deserve me being mean to you.
>
>I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
>your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
>
It's okay. You were right. Thank you, though.

--
jet mhm 32x30 |
wee saul disciple #32 |
BBH7 |
Cohort #18 |
ich bin ein meower |

Russell B. Goode

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Aug 4, 2002, 2:39:16 AM8/4/02
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On Sun, 04 Aug 2002 05:42:19 GMT, Jelliebun <bunni...@shaw.ca> wrote:

>Dear Jet:
>
>I would like to publicly apologize -- you deserve it. You haven't
>done anything at all to me to deserve me being mean to you.
>
>I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
>your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
>
>*sigh*
>
>I really should make sure I've actually eaten at some point in the
>last 24 hours before I post.
>
>Jelliebun
>mhm20x20
>big enough to admit
>when she's wrong
>... big enough
>in fact, to
>warrant her
>own postal
>code

Shee-it. You were right the first time. Go with your gut, I always say.

hubcapdiamondstarhalo

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Aug 4, 2002, 2:45:30 AM8/4/02
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Russell B. Goode <bigf...@databasix.com> wrote in
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Buck up, I always say.

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hubcapdiamondstarhalo wrote:
>
> Russell B. Goode <bigf...@databasix.com> wrote in
> news:ktipkuc9lqhhta9k3...@4ax.com:
>
> > On Sun, 04 Aug 2002 05:42:19 GMT, Jelliebun <bunni...@shaw.ca> wrote:
> >
> >>Dear Jet:
> >>
> >>I would like to publicly apologize -- you deserve it. You haven't
> >>done anything at all to me to deserve me being mean to you.
> >>
> >>I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
> >>your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
> >>
> >>*sigh*
> >>
> >>I really should make sure I've actually eaten at some point in the
> >>last 24 hours before I post.
> >>
> >>Jelliebun
> >>mhm20x20
> >>big enough to admit
> >>when she's wrong
> >>... big enough
> >>in fact, to
> >>warrant her
> >>own postal
> >>code
> >
> > Shee-it. You were right the first time. Go with your gut, I always
> say.
> >
> >
>
> Buck up, I always say.

It's great to see all the people that have outed themselves.


>
> --
> High-C & DJ Manticore - http://www.mp3.com/manticore
> " T-Shirts! http://www.cafepress.com/angeldevil
> GORTICIAN - http://www.mp3.com/gortician
> Studio CD Coming This Fall!
> Festering Sore - http://www.mp3.com/festeringsore
> Still the best Old School Thrash/Death
> Launched in 1948, today Hi-C is the world's largest brand of vitamin-
> fortified fruit drinks, and the fifth largest-selling trademark of The
> Coca-Cola Company.
> "I blow elephant cock." - Eminem, Rolling Stone Interview
> Archived Gortician Page
> http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://members.tripod.com/~theart/gor1.htm

hubcapdiamondstarhalo

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ą <h0plib...@WHATISSPAMhotmail.com> wrote in
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Turnabout, and all that. Crikey, Jet is dumber that I thought. And Julia.
And Jack. The list goes on.

Jelliebun

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Aug 4, 2002, 3:21:58 AM8/4/02
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ą <h0plib...@WHATISSPAMhotmail.com> wrote:

>Jelliebun wrote:
>>
>> Dear Jet:
>>
>> I would like to publicly apologize -- you deserve it. You haven't
>> done anything at all to me to deserve me being mean to you.
>>
>> I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
>> your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
>>
>> *sigh*
>>
>> I really should make sure I've actually eaten at some point in the
>> last 24 hours before I post.
>
>Outing is now ontopic at the Flonk.

Since when was anything OFF topic at the flonk?

Jelliebun
mhm20x20
nervously scanning
the rule book

Jelliebun

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Aug 4, 2002, 3:23:14 AM8/4/02
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j...@untool.net (jet) wrote:

>In article <j8fpkugl0rpnc4tau...@4ax.com>, Jelliebun <bunni...@shaw.ca> wrote:
>>Dear Jet:
>>
>>I would like to publicly apologize -- you deserve it. You haven't
>>done anything at all to me to deserve me being mean to you.
>>
>>I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
>>your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
>>
>It's okay. You were right. Thank you, though.

Of course I was right. I always am. You're a tit. I am too, though.

Jelliebun
mhm20x20
titful

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Aug 4, 2002, 3:20:32 AM8/4/02
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Jelliebun wrote:
>
> ą <h0plib...@WHATISSPAMhotmail.com> wrote:
>
> >Jelliebun wrote:
> >>
> >> Dear Jet:
> >>
> >> I would like to publicly apologize -- you deserve it. You haven't
> >> done anything at all to me to deserve me being mean to you.
> >>
> >> I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
> >> your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
> >>
> >> *sigh*
> >>
> >> I really should make sure I've actually eaten at some point in the
> >> last 24 hours before I post.
> >
> >Outing is now ontopic at the Flonk.
>
> Since when was anything OFF topic at the flonk?

Good.

Enjoy.


>
> Jelliebun
> mhm20x20
> nervously scanning
> the rule book
>
> --
>
> Try not to let your mind wander. It's too small to be out by itself.

Flaagg

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Aug 4, 2002, 3:29:03 AM8/4/02
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In article <0glpkuc3jrb5f4ema...@4ax.com>, Jelliebun
<bunni...@shaw.ca> says...

>j...@untool.net (jet) wrote:

>>>I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
>>>your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
>>>
>>It's okay. You were right. Thank you, though.
>
>Of course I was right. I always am. You're a tit. I am too, though.

A pair of tits are always welcome here.

--
Aaron M. Henne mhm9x2
http://home.attbi.com/~flaagg

Jelliebun

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Aug 4, 2002, 3:31:22 AM8/4/02
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ą <h0plib...@WHATISSPAMhotmail.com> wrote:

>Jelliebun wrote:
>>
>> ą <h0plib...@WHATISSPAMhotmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> >Jelliebun wrote:
>> >>
>> >> Dear Jet:
>> >>
>> >> I would like to publicly apologize -- you deserve it. You haven't
>> >> done anything at all to me to deserve me being mean to you.
>> >>
>> >> I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
>> >> your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
>> >>
>> >> *sigh*
>> >>
>> >> I really should make sure I've actually eaten at some point in the
>> >> last 24 hours before I post.
>> >
>> >Outing is now ontopic at the Flonk.
>>
>> Since when was anything OFF topic at the flonk?
>
>Good.
>
>Enjoy.
>

Thank you for your permission. I was scared I was doing it wrong.

Jelliebun
mhm20x20
nervous

Jelliebun

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Aug 4, 2002, 3:32:23 AM8/4/02
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Flaagg <flaagg@REMOVE_TO_EMAIL_attbi.com> wrote:

>In article <0glpkuc3jrb5f4ema...@4ax.com>, Jelliebun
><bunni...@shaw.ca> says...
>
>>j...@untool.net (jet) wrote:
>
>>>>I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
>>>>your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
>>>>
>>>It's okay. You were right. Thank you, though.
>>
>>Of course I was right. I always am. You're a tit. I am too, though.
>
>A pair of tits are always welcome here.

Oh, you're such a dirtyboi, aren't you?

Jelliebun
mhm20x20
delighted

Flaagg

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Aug 4, 2002, 3:37:31 AM8/4/02
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In article <32mpku0ssc5ms77uo...@4ax.com>, Jelliebun
<bunni...@shaw.ca> says...

>Flaagg <flaagg@REMOVE_TO_EMAIL_attbi.com> wrote:
>
>>In article <0glpkuc3jrb5f4ema...@4ax.com>, Jelliebun
>><bunni...@shaw.ca> says...
>>
>>>j...@untool.net (jet) wrote:
>>
>>>>>I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
>>>>>your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
>>>>>
>>>>It's okay. You were right. Thank you, though.
>>>
>>>Of course I was right. I always am. You're a tit. I am too, though.
>>
>>A pair of tits are always welcome here.
>
>Oh, you're such a dirtyboi, aren't you?

I'm a vagina fan, actually, but decent breasts come in a very close
second.

OH, YEAH, AND I APPRECIATE A WOMAN'S MIND, TOO. YOU BETCHA.

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Aug 4, 2002, 4:49:23 AM8/4/02
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Jelliebun wrote:
>
> ą <h0plib...@WHATISSPAMhotmail.com> wrote:
>
> >Jelliebun wrote:
> >>
> >> ą <h0plib...@WHATISSPAMhotmail.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> >Jelliebun wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> Dear Jet:
> >> >>
> >> >> I would like to publicly apologize -- you deserve it. You haven't
> >> >> done anything at all to me to deserve me being mean to you.
> >> >>
> >> >> I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
> >> >> your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
> >> >>
> >> >> *sigh*
> >> >>
> >> >> I really should make sure I've actually eaten at some point in the
> >> >> last 24 hours before I post.
> >> >
> >> >Outing is now ontopic at the Flonk.
> >>
> >> Since when was anything OFF topic at the flonk?
> >
> >Good.
> >
> >Enjoy.
> >
> Thank you for your permission. I was scared I was doing it wrong.

You don't need my permission to post Flonker's real life info in a slow
and deliberate manner via sock, hoping that it causes the target immense
mental pain based on serious life-threatening events previously
suffered.

But you knew that.

Can real-life outing socks get mhm numbers?

If so, can you speed the process of assigning them, since socks have
such a short shelf-life?

>
> Jelliebun
> mhm20x20
> nervous
>
> --
>
> Try not to let your mind wander. It's too small to be out by itself.

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You mean the 1337 cr3\/\/ of phearsome flaymers and troles?

Jelliebun

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± <h0plib...@WHATISSPAMhotmail.com> wrote:

>Jelliebun wrote:
>>
>> ± <h0plib...@WHATISSPAMhotmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> >Jelliebun wrote:


>> >>
>> >> ± <h0plib...@WHATISSPAMhotmail.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> >Jelliebun wrote:
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Dear Jet:
>> >> >>
>> >> >> I would like to publicly apologize -- you deserve it. You haven't
>> >> >> done anything at all to me to deserve me being mean to you.
>> >> >>
>> >> >> I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
>> >> >> your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
>> >> >>
>> >> >> *sigh*
>> >> >>
>> >> >> I really should make sure I've actually eaten at some point in the
>> >> >> last 24 hours before I post.
>> >> >
>> >> >Outing is now ontopic at the Flonk.
>> >>
>> >> Since when was anything OFF topic at the flonk?
>> >
>> >Good.
>> >
>> >Enjoy.
>> >
>> Thank you for your permission. I was scared I was doing it wrong.
>
>You don't need my permission to post Flonker's real life info in a slow
>and deliberate manner via sock, hoping that it causes the target immense
>mental pain based on serious life-threatening events previously
>suffered.

No. No, I don't need your permission to do anything at all. Have
you any proof that I ever have posted RL info, or was this rhetorical?

>But you knew that.

Of course I did.

>Can real-life outing socks get mhm numbers?

Of course they can. Hell, my cat could get an mhm number if he wnated
it, and he's dead.

>If so, can you speed the process of assigning them, since socks have

>such a short shelf-life?


I'm afraid not, I'm too busy.

Jelliebun
mhm20x20
tired

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Jelliebun wrote:
>
> ą <h0plib...@WHATISSPAMhotmail.com> wrote:
>
> >Jelliebun wrote:
> >>
> >> ą <h0plib...@WHATISSPAMhotmail.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> >Jelliebun wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> ą <h0plib...@WHATISSPAMhotmail.com> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> >Jelliebun wrote:
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> Dear Jet:
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> I would like to publicly apologize -- you deserve it. You haven't
> >> >> >> done anything at all to me to deserve me being mean to you.
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
> >> >> >> your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> *sigh*
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> I really should make sure I've actually eaten at some point in the
> >> >> >> last 24 hours before I post.
> >> >> >
> >> >> >Outing is now ontopic at the Flonk.
> >> >>
> >> >> Since when was anything OFF topic at the flonk?
> >> >
> >> >Good.
> >> >
> >> >Enjoy.
> >> >
> >> Thank you for your permission. I was scared I was doing it wrong.
> >
> >You don't need my permission to post Flonker's real life info in a slow
> >and deliberate manner via sock, hoping that it causes the target immense
> >mental pain based on serious life-threatening events previously
> >suffered.
>
> No. No, I don't need your permission to do anything at all. Have
> you any proof that I ever have posted RL info, or was this rhetorical?

You misunderstood what I'd wrote.

I said you, (and let me add - or anyone else) doesn't need my permission
to post real life info. I didn't write that you had.

Since I clarified that, can you clarify this?:

Message-ID: <j8fpkugl0rpnc4tau...@4ax.com>

It seemed that you apologized for calling Jet on her claiming that this
was just a troll on LT's part:

>>Posting RL information, however, is just pathetic, without the
active
>>enthusiastic participation of the 'outee', as it were.
>>
>It was a troll, Bunny. Nobody was outed.

You are a tit, jet. I'm not particularly interested in your
input.

===

How do you feel about people's real life info being outed?

Are there gray areas going on that I may have missed?

> >But you knew that.
>
> Of course I did.
>
> >Can real-life outing socks get mhm numbers?
>
> Of course they can. Hell, my cat could get an mhm number if he wnated
> it, and he's dead.
>
> >If so, can you speed the process of assigning them, since socks have
>
> >such a short shelf-life?
>
> I'm afraid not, I'm too busy.

I'm too buzzy.


> Jelliebun
> mhm20x20
> tired
>
> --
>
> Try not to let your mind wander. It's too small to be out by itself.

03:15:38 GMT

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± <h0plib...@WHATISSPAMhotmail.com> did this:

>Jelliebun wrote:
>> ± <h0plib...@WHATISSPAMhotmail.com> wrote:
>> >Jelliebun wrote:
>> >> ± <h0plib...@WHATISSPAMhotmail.com> wrote:

>> >> >Outing is now ontopic at the Flonk.
>> >>
>> >> Since when was anything OFF topic at the flonk?
>> >
>> >Good.
>> >
>> >Enjoy.
>>
>> Thank you for your permission. I was scared I was doing it wrong.
>
>You don't need my permission to post Flonker's real life info in a slow
>and deliberate manner via sock, hoping that it causes the target immense
>mental pain based on serious life-threatening events previously
>suffered.
>
>But you knew that.
>
>Can real-life outing socks get mhm numbers?

Yes, but posting Flonkers' real life info in a slow and deliberate
manner via a sock, hoping that it causes the target immense mental


pain based on serious life-threatening events previously suffered

isn't enough. One also has to be funny about it.

--
Ari <fun...@all.at>

Dave Hillstrom

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On Sun, 04 Aug 2002 07:37:31 GMT, in
alt.alien.vampire.flonk.flonk.flonk, Flaagg
<flaagg@REMOVE_TO_EMAIL_attbi.com> wrote:

>In article <32mpku0ssc5ms77uo...@4ax.com>, Jelliebun
><bunni...@shaw.ca> says...
>
>>Flaagg <flaagg@REMOVE_TO_EMAIL_attbi.com> wrote:
>>
>>>In article <0glpkuc3jrb5f4ema...@4ax.com>, Jelliebun
>>><bunni...@shaw.ca> says...
>>>
>>>>j...@untool.net (jet) wrote:
>>>
>>>>>>I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
>>>>>>your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
>>>>>>
>>>>>It's okay. You were right. Thank you, though.
>>>>
>>>>Of course I was right. I always am. You're a tit. I am too, though.
>>>
>>>A pair of tits are always welcome here.
>>
>>Oh, you're such a dirtyboi, aren't you?
>
>I'm a vagina fan, actually, but decent breasts come in a very close
>second.
>
>OH, YEAH, AND I APPRECIATE A WOMAN'S MIND, TOO. YOU BETCHA.

liar

--
Dave Hillstrom mhm15x4
"This flight is gonna ~suck~, and we don't serve peanuts."
- Hawkes, _Space, Above & Beyond_

Steve Leyland

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Flaagg wrote:
: In article <32mpku0ssc5ms77uo...@4ax.com>, Jelliebun

women have minds?


--
Steve Leyland
mhm32x16 Smeeter#35
flower: three 6 four 9 five 8 eight 9
=^MEOW^=

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realize how seldom they do. - Oscar Wilde

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Dave Hillstrom <mhm...@flonk.org> had a seizure and out popped:

>On Sun, 04 Aug 2002 07:37:31 GMT, in
>alt.alien.vampire.flonk.flonk.flonk, Flaagg
><flaagg@REMOVE_TO_EMAIL_attbi.com> wrote:
>
>>In article <32mpku0ssc5ms77uo...@4ax.com>, Jelliebun
>><bunni...@shaw.ca> says...
>>
>>>Flaagg <flaagg@REMOVE_TO_EMAIL_attbi.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>>In article <0glpkuc3jrb5f4ema...@4ax.com>, Jelliebun
>>>><bunni...@shaw.ca> says...
>>>>
>>>>>j...@untool.net (jet) wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>>>I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~ interested in
>>>>>>>your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>It's okay. You were right. Thank you, though.
>>>>>
>>>>>Of course I was right. I always am. You're a tit. I am too, though.
>>>>
>>>>A pair of tits are always welcome here.
>>>
>>>Oh, you're such a dirtyboi, aren't you?
>>
>>I'm a vagina fan, actually, but decent breasts come in a very close
>>second.
>>
>>OH, YEAH, AND I APPRECIATE A WOMAN'S MIND, TOO. YOU BETCHA.
>
>liar

MY GAWD!!! HIS PANTS ARE ON FIRE!!!

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"Steve Leyland" <stevel...@snuhbuhguh.zzn.com.removethisbit> wrote in
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> Flaagg wrote:
> : In article <32mpku0ssc5ms77uo...@4ax.com>, Jelliebun
> : <bunni...@shaw.ca> says...
> :
> :: Flaagg <flaagg@REMOVE_TO_EMAIL_attbi.com> wrote:
> ::
> ::: In article <0glpkuc3jrb5f4ema...@4ax.com>, Jelliebun
> ::: <bunni...@shaw.ca> says...
> :::
> :::: j...@untool.net (jet) wrote:
> :::
> :::::: I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~
> :::::: interested in your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
> ::::::
> ::::: It's okay. You were right. Thank you, though.
> ::::
> :::: Of course I was right. I always am. You're a tit. I am too,
> :::: though.
> :::
> ::: A pair of tits are always welcome here.
> ::
> :: Oh, you're such a dirtyboi, aren't you?
> :
> : I'm a vagina fan, actually, but decent breasts come in a very close
> : second.
> :
> : OH, YEAH, AND I APPRECIATE A WOMAN'S MIND, TOO. YOU BETCHA.
>
> women have minds?
>
*bash*

Smee

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"spo...@petitmorte.net" wrote:
>
> Text Medium <me...@purr.meow> wrote in news:3D5260E2...@purr.meow:
>
> > "spo...@petitmorte.net" wrote:
> >>
> >> Text Medium <me...@purr.meow> wrote in news:3D4F895B...@purr.meow:
> >>
> >> > jet wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> In article <u3lukuoaha0mo0kjs...@4ax.com>, Jelliebun

> >> >> <bunni...@shaw.ca> wrote:
> >> >> >j...@untool.net (jet) wrote:
> >> >> >
> >> >> >>In article <ukuisqd...@corp.supernews.com>,
> >> >> >>"spo...@petitmorte.net"
> >> >> > <spo...@petitmorte.net> wrote:
> >> >> >>>Jelliebun <bunni...@shaw.ca> wrote in
> >> >> >>>news:j8fpkugl0rpnc4tau...@4ax.com:

> >> >> >>>
> >> >> >>>> Dear Jet:
> >> >> >>>>
> >> >> >>>> I would like to publicly apologize -- you deserve it. You
> >> >> >>>> haven't done anything at all to me to deserve me being mean to
> >> >> >>>> you.
> >> >> >>>>
> >> >> >>>> I shouldn't have called you a tit, and obviously I ~am~
> >> >> >>>> interested in your input or I wouldn't have responded at all.
> >> >> >>>>
> >> >> >>>> *sigh*
> >> >> >>>>
> >> >> >>>> I really should make sure I've actually eaten at some point in
> >> >> >>>> the last 24 hours before I post.
> >> >> >>>>
> >> >> >>>> Jelliebun
> >> >> >>>> mhm20x20
> >> >> >>>> big enough to admit
> >> >> >>>> when she's wrong
> >> >> >>>> ... big enough
> >> >> >>>> in fact, to
> >> >> >>>> warrant her
> >> >> >>>> own postal
> >> >> >>>> code
> >> >> >>>
> >> >> >>>J3L 1I3 ?
> >> >> >>>
> >> >> >>Don't worry, she still thinks I'm a tit. She's apologizing because
> >> >> >>I threatened to out her as Ben's wife Janice.
> >> >> >
> >> >> >~and~ you threatened to tell everyone I live in North Vancouver, BC
> >> >> >-- obviously false information, as I've already been outed by Antny
> >> >> >as taking a degree at UNLV (University of Northern Las Vegas I
> >> >> >assume). All of your threats are as nothing to me now ...
> >> >> >
> >> >> That's what you think. I -trolled- you into supplying that
> >> >> information and now I've deduced you live somewhere near Las Vegas,
> >> >> Canada. It's only a matter of time until I find out more.
> >> >>
> >> >> >Jelliebun
> >> >> >mhm20x20
> >> >> >not quite fucking sure
> >> >> >where she lives
> >> >> >any more
> >> >> >
> >> >> Is it summer or winter there? That should help narrow it down.
> >> >
> >> > Summer?
> >> >
> >> > Anywhere it snows in July...
> >> >
> >> > It's always winter in Western Canada.
> >>
> >> You're thinking of Calgary, and that is way, way east of Western Canada.
> >
> > I am?
>
> Yup, that's where it snows in August.

Barbaric place!

> >> Hell, it's practically in Ontario. :)
> >
> > Hah!
> >
> > It's just south of Red Deer.
> >
> > And it's even colder there.
> >
> > North winds coming down out of the Rockies,
> >
> > Snow in June and July,
> >
> > Frost starts again in September...
> >
> > <shiver>
>
> It's like that everwhere east of the real west. :)

Are you suggesting the "real west" is B.C.?

Everything west of the Rockies?

Or everything west of Vancouver? <g>

B.C. is stunningly beautiful country.

But still way cold.
--
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Text Medium <me...@purr.meow> wrote in news:3D54F170...@purr.meow:

>> >> Hell, it's practically in Ontario. :)
>> >
>> > Hah!
>> >
>> > It's just south of Red Deer.
>> >
>> > And it's even colder there.
>> >
>> > North winds coming down out of the Rockies,
>> >
>> > Snow in June and July,
>> >
>> > Frost starts again in September...
>> >
>> > <shiver>
>>
>> It's like that everwhere east of the real west. :)
>
> Are you suggesting the "real west" is B.C.?

Yep.



> Everything west of the Rockies?

Yep. That makes Ft. St. John part of the east, but that's no big loss,
IMO.



> Or everything west of Vancouver? <g>

The Island doesn't count. It could sink at any time.



> B.C. is stunningly beautiful country.

Yep.

> But still way cold.

Sometimes, yep.

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Thing growing
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"spo...@petitmorte.net" wrote:
>
> Text Medium <me...@purr.meow> wrote in news:3D54F170...@purr.meow:
>
> >> >> Hell, it's practically in Ontario. :)
> >> >
> >> > Hah!
> >> >
> >> > It's just south of Red Deer.
> >> >
> >> > And it's even colder there.
> >> >
> >> > North winds coming down out of the Rockies,
> >> >
> >> > Snow in June and July,
> >> >
> >> > Frost starts again in September...
> >> >
> >> > <shiver>
> >>
> >> It's like that everwhere east of the real west. :)
> >
> > Are you suggesting the "real west" is B.C.?
>
> Yep.

Oho! I see...



> > Everything west of the Rockies?
>
> Yep. That makes Ft. St. John part of the east, but that's no big loss,
> IMO.

Ft. St. John? Trying to place it and can't.



> > Or everything west of Vancouver? <g>
>
> The Island doesn't count. It could sink at any time.

West of Victoria, then?



> > B.C. is stunningly beautiful country.
>
> Yep.

I have a cousin living near Nelson. Keeps trying to get me to visit.



> > But still way cold.
>
> Sometimes, yep.

"Sometimes", my ass! OK, I take that back, BC isn't cold *all* the time,
but most of my experience has been further east, and it was cold all the
time.

> --
> Amazing
> Thing growing
> Just waiting for the juice to flow
>
> http://www.petitmorte.net/fuckingpigs/

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Text Medium <me...@purr.meow> wrote in news:3D558F73...@purr.meow:

> "spo...@petitmorte.net" wrote:
>>
>> Text Medium <me...@purr.meow> wrote in news:3D54F170...@purr.meow:
>>
>> >> >> Hell, it's practically in Ontario. :)
>> >> >
>> >> > Hah!
>> >> >
>> >> > It's just south of Red Deer.
>> >> >
>> >> > And it's even colder there.
>> >> >
>> >> > North winds coming down out of the Rockies,
>> >> >
>> >> > Snow in June and July,
>> >> >
>> >> > Frost starts again in September...
>> >> >
>> >> > <shiver>
>> >>
>> >> It's like that everwhere east of the real west. :)
>> >
>> > Are you suggesting the "real west" is B.C.?
>>
>> Yep.
>
> Oho! I see...

:)



>> > Everything west of the Rockies?
>>
>> Yep. That makes Ft. St. John part of the east, but that's no big loss,
>> IMO.
>
> Ft. St. John? Trying to place it and can't.

Northeast corner of BC, on the other side of the Rockies.



>> > Or everything west of Vancouver? <g>
>>
>> The Island doesn't count. It could sink at any time.
>
> West of Victoria, then?

That would be Japan?



>> > B.C. is stunningly beautiful country.
>>
>> Yep.
>
> I have a cousin living near Nelson. Keeps trying to get me to visit.

Nelson is a beautiful little town. Nelson was one of the stars of that
Steven Martin movie, the one based upon Cyrano What'sHisName.



>> > But still way cold.
>>
>> Sometimes, yep.
>
> "Sometimes", my ass! OK, I take that back, BC isn't cold *all* the time,
> but most of my experience has been further east, and it was cold all the
> time.

I did a couple of years in Kamloops. In the winter, very cold. In the
summer, hotter than hell.

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In alt.alien.vampire.flonk.flonk.flonk, my possible sock, Text Medium,
insulted my reputation for intelligence by saying:
>"spooge" wrote:
>> Text Medium wrote:
>> > "spooge" wrote:
>> >> Text Medium wrote:
>> >> > jet wrote:
>> >> >> Jelliebun wrote:
>> >> >> >Jet wrote:
>> >> >> >>"spooge" wrote:

And that premier doesn't help...

>> >> Hell, it's practically in Ontario. :)
>> >
>> > Hah!
>> >
>> > It's just south of Red Deer.
>> >
>> > And it's even colder there.
>> >
>> > North winds coming down out of the Rockies,
>> >
>> > Snow in June and July,
>> >
>> > Frost starts again in September...
>> >
>> > <shiver>
>>
>> It's like that everwhere east of the real west. :)
>
>Are you suggesting the "real west" is B.C.?

Pretty much, I'd say...

>Everything west of the Rockies?

That's more definite.

>Or everything west of Vancouver? <g>

Well, that's going a bit OTT, really...

>B.C. is stunningly beautiful country.

Not exaggeration.

>But still way cold.

Depends. This year, it's pretty cold. Last year, it was blazing hot, and
I got sunburned at Pride. 'Swhat happens when the climate goes all
pear-shaped...

Snarky, expecting anything, now (including the world ending on a Thursday
in May)

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The chronic masturbator "spo...@petitmorte.net" <spo...@petitmorte.net>
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This makes me all the more suspicious of you, outerslurper.

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Sure looks like Jack and Stooge know each other pretty well.

Do you think this might have been a payback of sorts, going after LT?

>
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>
> High-C & DJ Manticore - http://www.mp3.com/manticore
> " T-Shirts! http://www.cafepress.com/angeldevil
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> Coca-Cola Company.
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He is a sad and bitter man, this much I know.

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"spo...@petitmorte.net" wrote:
>
> Text Medium <me...@purr.meow> wrote in news:3D558F73...@purr.meow:
>
> > "spo...@petitmorte.net" wrote:
> >>
> >> Text Medium <me...@purr.meow> wrote in news:3D54F170...@purr.meow:
> >>
> >> >> >> Hell, it's practically in Ontario. :)
> >> >> >
> >> >> > Hah!
> >> >> >
> >> >> > It's just south of Red Deer.
> >> >> >
> >> >> > And it's even colder there.
> >> >> >
> >> >> > North winds coming down out of the Rockies,
> >> >> >
> >> >> > Snow in June and July,
> >> >> >
> >> >> > Frost starts again in September...
> >> >> >
> >> >> > <shiver>
> >> >>
> >> >> It's like that everwhere east of the real west. :)
> >> >
> >> > Are you suggesting the "real west" is B.C.?
> >>
> >> Yep.
> >
> > Oho! I see...
>
> :)

British Columbians!


> >> > Everything west of the Rockies?
> >>
> >> Yep. That makes Ft. St. John part of the east, but that's no big loss,
> >> IMO.
> >
> > Ft. St. John? Trying to place it and can't.
>
> Northeast corner of BC, on the other side of the Rockies.

OK. Don't believe I've ever been there. That sounds too close to the
Yukon, way too far north for my tastes. You're right, no big loss there.



> >> > Or everything west of Vancouver? <g>
> >>
> >> The Island doesn't count. It could sink at any time.
> >
> > West of Victoria, then?
>
> That would be Japan?

Exactly. If ones goes far enough West, it becomes the East.



> >> > B.C. is stunningly beautiful country.
> >>
> >> Yep.
> >
> > I have a cousin living near Nelson. Keeps trying to get me to visit.
>
> Nelson is a beautiful little town. Nelson was one of the stars of that
> Steven Martin movie, the one based upon Cyrano What'sHisName.

I forget the name of the movie, I know Darryl Hannah was in it.
De'Bergerac. From photos my cousin has showed me it does look like a
pretty area. They have about 30 acres, or maybe 60. They don't live
right in Nelson, more like near Winlaw.



> >> > But still way cold.
> >>
> >> Sometimes, yep.
> >
> > "Sometimes", my ass! OK, I take that back, BC isn't cold *all* the time,
> > but most of my experience has been further east, and it was cold all the
> > time.
>
> I did a couple of years in Kamloops. In the winter, very cold. In the
> summer, hotter than hell.

I've been through Kamloops but never spent any time there. I think the
Okanagan (?sp?) valley might be a relatively nice place to live.
--
Shon'ai

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But it has all the oil!



> >> >> Hell, it's practically in Ontario. :)
> >> >
> >> > Hah!
> >> >
> >> > It's just south of Red Deer.
> >> >
> >> > And it's even colder there.
> >> >
> >> > North winds coming down out of the Rockies,
> >> >
> >> > Snow in June and July,
> >> >
> >> > Frost starts again in September...
> >> >
> >> > <shiver>
> >>
> >> It's like that everwhere east of the real west. :)
> >
> >Are you suggesting the "real west" is B.C.?
>
> Pretty much, I'd say...

That old rivalry, the Lions vs. the Eskimos, and all. BC vs. Alberta.
Since both provinces share the Rockies, I think they're both lovely. Of
course BC does have the ocean, and that's a *huge* plus factor.



> >Everything west of the Rockies?
>
> That's more definite.

And a bit chauvinistic, IMHO. As B.C'ians can tend to be, a bit.
(Although I suspect if I lived there I would quickly become so myself.)



> >Or everything west of Vancouver? <g>
>
> Well, that's going a bit OTT, really...

That's what I thought, too.



> >B.C. is stunningly beautiful country.
>
> Not exaggeration.

Not at all.



> >But still way cold.
>
> Depends. This year, it's pretty cold. Last year, it was blazing hot, and
> I got sunburned at Pride. 'Swhat happens when the climate goes all
> pear-shaped...

It's a pear-shaped world sometimes. Blame it on El Nino...

> Snarky, expecting anything, now (including the world ending on a Thursday
> in May)

'Expecting anything now' is probably a good idea (including even an
elephant).

At least in here, from my POV.
--
Shon'ai

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OTOH, it's developing moral acne.;-{)}

>> >> >> Hell, it's practically in Ontario. :)
>> >> >
>> >> > Hah!
>> >> >
>> >> > It's just south of Red Deer.
>> >> >
>> >> > And it's even colder there.
>> >> >
>> >> > North winds coming down out of the Rockies,
>> >> >
>> >> > Snow in June and July,
>> >> >
>> >> > Frost starts again in September...
>> >> >
>> >> > <shiver>
>> >>
>> >> It's like that everwhere east of the real west. :)
>> >
>> >Are you suggesting the "real west" is B.C.?
>>
>> Pretty much, I'd say...
>
>That old rivalry, the Lions vs. the Eskimos, and all. BC vs. Alberta.
>Since both provinces share the Rockies, I think they're both lovely. Of
>course BC does have the ocean, and that's a *huge* plus factor.

Well, up until a certain scion of that villainous, Sassenach-lovin'
Campbell clan (Clan McGill, me) got into the premier's office, BC had it
all over Alberta, FMM...Now, it's a leeetle more even. (We're getting a
pitted, too...)

>> >Everything west of the Rockies?
>>
>> That's more definite.
>
>And a bit chauvinistic, IMHO. As B.C'ians can tend to be, a bit.
>(Although I suspect if I lived there I would quickly become so myself.)

8-{D}

>> >Or everything west of Vancouver? <g>
>>
>> Well, that's going a bit OTT, really...
>
>That's what I thought, too.

The Pacific Ocean covers rather a lot of territory, after all, most of it
outside Canadian waters.

>> >B.C. is stunningly beautiful country.
>>
>> Not exaggeration.
>
>Not at all.

Been to Kelowna and Green Lake several times -- magnificent views.

>> >But still way cold.
>>
>> Depends. This year, it's pretty cold. Last year, it was blazing hot, and
>> I got sunburned at Pride. 'Swhat happens when the climate goes all
>> pear-shaped...
>
>It's a pear-shaped world sometimes. Blame it on El Nino...

Nah, global warming -- it isn't going to get better anytime soon...

>> Snarky, expecting anything, now (including the world ending on a Thursday
>> in May)
>
>'Expecting anything now' is probably a good idea (including even an
>elephant).
>
>At least in here, from my POV.

Everywhere, AFAICT. Usenet, RL (personal), RL (public), and the rest of
the universe...;-{)}

Snarky, no rule-follower s/he

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The chronic masturbator Text Medium <me...@purr.meow> wrote in
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Slime of a feather flock together. Did Spooge give you LT's info?

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Pope, Snarky, Goodfella, of, the, undulating, cable, JM, CK, POEE,

Is it? That's a shame ... seems like so many places are, nowadays.



> >> >> >> Hell, it's practically in Ontario. :)
> >> >> >
> >> >> > Hah!
> >> >> >
> >> >> > It's just south of Red Deer.
> >> >> >
> >> >> > And it's even colder there.
> >> >> >
> >> >> > North winds coming down out of the Rockies,
> >> >> >
> >> >> > Snow in June and July,
> >> >> >
> >> >> > Frost starts again in September...
> >> >> >
> >> >> > <shiver>
> >> >>
> >> >> It's like that everwhere east of the real west. :)
> >> >
> >> >Are you suggesting the "real west" is B.C.?
> >>
> >> Pretty much, I'd say...
> >
> >That old rivalry, the Lions vs. the Eskimos, and all. BC vs. Alberta.
> >Since both provinces share the Rockies, I think they're both lovely. Of
> >course BC does have the ocean, and that's a *huge* plus factor.
>
> Well, up until a certain scion of that villainous, Sassenach-lovin'
> Campbell clan (Clan McGill, me) got into the premier's office, BC had it
> all over Alberta, FMM...Now, it's a leeetle more even. (We're getting a
> pitted, too...)

I'm not up to date on who's who in politics in either province but seems
to me many places are getting pitted that used to be really great
places.



> >> >Everything west of the Rockies?
> >>
> >> That's more definite.
> >
> >And a bit chauvinistic, IMHO. As B.C'ians can tend to be, a bit.
> >(Although I suspect if I lived there I would quickly become so myself.)
>
> 8-{D}

Yeah...



> >> >Or everything west of Vancouver? <g>
> >>
> >> Well, that's going a bit OTT, really...
> >
> >That's what I thought, too.
>
> The Pacific Ocean covers rather a lot of territory, after all, most of it
> outside Canadian waters.

Most of it is, tis true.



> >> >B.C. is stunningly beautiful country.
> >>
> >> Not exaggeration.
> >
> >Not at all.
>
> Been to Kelowna and Green Lake several times -- magnificent views.

I've never been to Green Lake, and can't recall if I've been to Kelowna,
if so it was a long time ago.



> >> >But still way cold.
> >>
> >> Depends. This year, it's pretty cold. Last year, it was blazing hot, and
> >> I got sunburned at Pride. 'Swhat happens when the climate goes all
> >> pear-shaped...
> >
> >It's a pear-shaped world sometimes. Blame it on El Nino...
>
> Nah, global warming -- it isn't going to get better anytime soon...

This year I'm blaming everything on El Nino, but I hear you about global
warning. No-one wanted to pay attention to the warnings
environmentalists tried to give long enough ago that it might have
helped. Bummer.



> >> Snarky, expecting anything, now (including the world ending on a Thursday
> >> in May)
> >
> >'Expecting anything now' is probably a good idea (including even an
> >elephant).
> >
> >At least in here, from my POV.
>
> Everywhere, AFAICT. Usenet, RL (personal), RL (public), and the rest of
> the universe...;-{)}

Oh well, making lemonaid is what I do in times like these (and for me
it's been "times like these" for almost 2 years now).

> Snarky, no rule-follower s/he

Rules? What are those?
--
Shon'ai

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Sore loser.

Jumped up vigilante Fuckhead.

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>Pope, Snarky, Goodfella, of, the, undulating, cable, JM, CK, POEE,
>KOTHASK, GGGHD, HCNB, MWFA, CPFG, IAC, IHC, CEM, WHFH, FI wrote:

Hey, not so many commas!

Or possibly it's just that the acne has become more obvious, of late. I
dunno.

>> >> >> >> Hell, it's practically in Ontario. :)
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > Hah!
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > It's just south of Red Deer.
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > And it's even colder there.
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > North winds coming down out of the Rockies,
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > Snow in June and July,
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > Frost starts again in September...
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > <shiver>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> It's like that everwhere east of the real west. :)
>> >> >
>> >> >Are you suggesting the "real west" is B.C.?
>> >>
>> >> Pretty much, I'd say...
>> >
>> >That old rivalry, the Lions vs. the Eskimos, and all. BC vs. Alberta.
>> >Since both provinces share the Rockies, I think they're both lovely. Of
>> >course BC does have the ocean, and that's a *huge* plus factor.
>>
>> Well, up until a certain scion of that villainous, Sassenach-lovin'
>> Campbell clan (Clan McGill, me) got into the premier's office, BC had it
>> all over Alberta, FMM...Now, it's a leeetle more even. (We're getting a
>> pitted, too...)
>
>I'm not up to date on who's who in politics in either province but seems
>to me many places are getting pitted that used to be really great
>places.

Gordon "Gordogrosso" (Yes, I got that from where you think, Stasheff
fans) Campbell, in BC, and Ralph "The Unspeakable" Klein, in Alberta...

>> >> >Everything west of the Rockies?
>> >>
>> >> That's more definite.
>> >
>> >And a bit chauvinistic, IMHO. As B.C'ians can tend to be, a bit.
>> >(Although I suspect if I lived there I would quickly become so myself.)
>>
>> 8-{D}
>
>Yeah...

"I refuse to reply further on the grounds that I may incriminate myself."

>> >> >Or everything west of Vancouver? <g>
>> >>
>> >> Well, that's going a bit OTT, really...
>> >
>> >That's what I thought, too.
>>
>> The Pacific Ocean covers rather a lot of territory, after all, most of it
>> outside Canadian waters.
>
>Most of it is, tis true.

Then again, a large chunk of northern BC is technically *west* of the
GVRD...but still.

>> >> >B.C. is stunningly beautiful country.
>> >>
>> >> Not exaggeration.
>> >
>> >Not at all.
>>
>> Been to Kelowna and Green Lake several times -- magnificent views.
>
>I've never been to Green Lake, and can't recall if I've been to Kelowna,
>if so it was a long time ago.

Green Lake is near 70 Mile House -- the snow gets /deep/, there, in
winter -- where my Uncle Morley used to live (now he's on the Island (the
big 'un))...Kelowna, on Lake Okanagan, is currently like an oven, so my
mother says (she just got back from visiting there for a few days), and
it can also get pretty deep, in January.

>> >> >But still way cold.
>> >>
>> >> Depends. This year, it's pretty cold. Last year, it was blazing hot, and
>> >> I got sunburned at Pride. 'Swhat happens when the climate goes all
>> >> pear-shaped...
>> >
>> >It's a pear-shaped world sometimes. Blame it on El Nino...
>>
>> Nah, global warming -- it isn't going to get better anytime soon...
>
>This year I'm blaming everything on El Nino, but I hear you about global
>warning. No-one wanted to pay attention to the warnings
>environmentalists tried to give long enough ago that it might have
>helped. Bummer.

Well, you know, who can believe a bunch of kooks anyway? </irony>

>> >> Snarky, expecting anything, now (including the world ending on a Thursday
>> >> in May)
>> >
>> >'Expecting anything now' is probably a good idea (including even an
>> >elephant).
>> >
>> >At least in here, from my POV.
>>
>> Everywhere, AFAICT. Usenet, RL (personal), RL (public), and the rest of
>> the universe...;-{)}
>
>Oh well, making lemonaid is what I do in times like these (and for me
>it's been "times like these" for almost 2 years now).

My usual reply, when asked "How're you?" is "Not too horrible..." -- in
fact, it's been that since the early '90s. I should probably change
it...OTOH, it fits my worldview perfectly.;-{)}

>> Snarky, no rule-follower s/he
>
>Rules? What are those?

"Vell, rules're just zis t'ing you know?"

Snarky, channeling Gag Halfrunt

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Boring poster.

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>
> In alt.discordia, my possible sock, Text Medium, insulted my reputation
> for intelligence by saying:
> >Pope, Snarky, Goodfella, of, the, undulating, cable, JM, CK, POEE,
> >KOTHASK, GGGHD, HCNB, MWFA, CPFG, IAC, IHC, CEM, WHFH, FI wrote:
>
> Hey, not so many commas!
Excessive use of commas noted!


> >> In alt.discordia, my possible sock, Text Medium, insulted my reputation
> >> for intelligence by saying:
> >> >Czar of All Teh Flonkers wrote:
> >> >> In alt.alien.vampire.flonk.flonk.flonk, my possible sock, Text Medium,
> >> >> insulted my reputation for intelligence by saying:
> >> >> >"spooge" wrote:
> >> >> >> Text Medium wrote:
> >> >> >> > "spooge" wrote:
> >> >> >> >> Text Medium wrote:
> >> >> >> >> > jet wrote:
> >> >> >> >> >> Jelliebun wrote:
> >> >> >> >> >> >Jet wrote:
> >> >> >> >> >> >>"spooge" wrote:
> >> >> >> >> >> >>>Jelliebun wrote:
[]

> >> >> >> >> >> >Jelliebun
> >> >> >> >> >> >mhm20x20
> >> >> >> >> >> >not quite fucking sure
> >> >> >> >> >> >where she lives
> >> >> >> >> >> >any more
> >> >> >> >> >> >
> >> >> >> >> >> Is it summer or winter there? That should help narrow it down.
> >> >> >> >> >
> >> >> >> >> > Summer?
> >> >> >> >> >
> >> >> >> >> > Anywhere it snows in July...
> >> >> >> >> >
> >> >> >> >> > It's always winter in Western Canada.
> >> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> >> You're thinking of Calgary, and that is way, way east of Western Canada.
> >> >> >> >
> >> >> >> > I am?
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> Yup, that's where it snows in August.
> >> >> >
> >> >> >Barbaric place!
> >> >>
> >> >> And that premier doesn't help...
> >> >
> >> >But it has all the oil!
> >>
> >> OTOH, it's developing moral acne.;-{)}
> >
> >Is it? That's a shame ... seems like so many places are, nowadays.
>
> Or possibly it's just that the acne has become more obvious, of late. I
> dunno.

If it continues, eventually it won't be quite so easy to distinguish
between Canada and the U.S. anymore.

> >> >> >> >> Hell, it's practically in Ontario. :)
> >> >> >> >
> >> >> >> > Hah!
> >> >> >> >
> >> >> >> > It's just south of Red Deer.
> >> >> >> >
> >> >> >> > And it's even colder there.
> >> >> >> >
> >> >> >> > North winds coming down out of the Rockies,
> >> >> >> >
> >> >> >> > Snow in June and July,
> >> >> >> >
> >> >> >> > Frost starts again in September...
> >> >> >> >
> >> >> >> > <shiver>
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> It's like that everwhere east of the real west. :)
> >> >> >
> >> >> >Are you suggesting the "real west" is B.C.?
> >> >>
> >> >> Pretty much, I'd say...
> >> >
> >> >That old rivalry, the Lions vs. the Eskimos, and all. BC vs. Alberta.
> >> >Since both provinces share the Rockies, I think they're both lovely. Of
> >> >course BC does have the ocean, and that's a *huge* plus factor.
> >>
> >> Well, up until a certain scion of that villainous, Sassenach-lovin'
> >> Campbell clan (Clan McGill, me) got into the premier's office, BC had it
> >> all over Alberta, FMM...Now, it's a leeetle more even. (We're getting a
> >> pitted, too...)
> >
> >I'm not up to date on who's who in politics in either province but seems
> >to me many places are getting pitted that used to be really great
> >places.
>
> Gordon "Gordogrosso" (Yes, I got that from where you think, Stasheff
> fans) Campbell, in BC, and Ralph "The Unspeakable" Klein, in Alberta...

Ah, "The Unspeakable" what an appelation. If he's aptly yclept he must
be quiteaguy. Alberta has had some real stinkers for what seems like a
long time, (from what little I do hear and keep up with from there).



> >> >> >Everything west of the Rockies?
> >> >>
> >> >> That's more definite.
> >> >
> >> >And a bit chauvinistic, IMHO. As B.C'ians can tend to be, a bit.
> >> >(Although I suspect if I lived there I would quickly become so myself.)
> >>
> >> 8-{D}
> >
> >Yeah...
>
> "I refuse to reply further on the grounds that I may incriminate myself."

Hahaha, you've already done so by that emoticon up there. Hoist by (on?)
your own petard, ye are!



> >> >> >Or everything west of Vancouver? <g>
> >> >>
> >> >> Well, that's going a bit OTT, really...
> >> >
> >> >That's what I thought, too.
> >>
> >> The Pacific Ocean covers rather a lot of territory, after all, most of it
> >> outside Canadian waters.
> >
> >Most of it is, tis true.
>
> Then again, a large chunk of northern BC is technically *west* of the
> GVRD...but still.

OK, I'm guessing: Greater Vancouver Recreational District? That doesn't
seem right, how could anything be west of... ah, all the offshore
islands? I always wanted to own my own offshore B.C. island and live as
far south as I could possibly get and still be in Canada. Something
you'd have to get to by boat or helicopter.



> >> >> >B.C. is stunningly beautiful country.
> >> >>
> >> >> Not exaggeration.
> >> >
> >> >Not at all.
> >>
> >> Been to Kelowna and Green Lake several times -- magnificent views.
> >
> >I've never been to Green Lake, and can't recall if I've been to Kelowna,
> >if so it was a long time ago.
>
> Green Lake is near 70 Mile House -- the snow gets /deep/, there, in
> winter -- where my Uncle Morley used to live (now he's on the Island (the
> big 'un))...Kelowna, on Lake Okanagan, is currently like an oven, so my
> mother says (she just got back from visiting there for a few days), and
> it can also get pretty deep, in January.

I can imagine how deep the snow must get. I went through there once in
winter on a road trip to Mexico, and it was gorgeous (but very cold).
No, wait, that would have been Kamloops, I think, not Kelowna, if coming
from Jasper (or Banff)? Ah, it was such a long time ago, and there were
so many things to smoke, who can remember?



> >> >> >But still way cold.
> >> >>
> >> >> Depends. This year, it's pretty cold. Last year, it was blazing hot, and
> >> >> I got sunburned at Pride. 'Swhat happens when the climate goes all
> >> >> pear-shaped...
> >> >
> >> >It's a pear-shaped world sometimes. Blame it on El Nino...
> >>
> >> Nah, global warming -- it isn't going to get better anytime soon...
> >
> >This year I'm blaming everything on El Nino, but I hear you about global
> >warning. No-one wanted to pay attention to the warnings
> >environmentalists tried to give long enough ago that it might have
> >helped. Bummer.
>
> Well, you know, who can believe a bunch of kooks anyway? </irony>

<laughs> Yeah, unfortunately that was/is the prevailing attitude.



> >> >> Snarky, expecting anything, now (including the world ending on a Thursday
> >> >> in May)
> >> >
> >> >'Expecting anything now' is probably a good idea (including even an
> >> >elephant).
> >> >
> >> >At least in here, from my POV.
> >>
> >> Everywhere, AFAICT. Usenet, RL (personal), RL (public), and the rest of
> >> the universe...;-{)}
> >
> >Oh well, making lemonaid is what I do in times like these (and for me
> >it's been "times like these" for almost 2 years now).
>
> My usual reply, when asked "How're you?" is "Not too horrible..." -- in
> fact, it's been that since the early '90s. I should probably change
> it...OTOH, it fits my worldview perfectly.;-{)}

Sometimes life just be's that way, eh?



> >> Snarky, no rule-follower s/he
> >
> >Rules? What are those?
>
> "Vell, rules're just zis t'ing you know?"

Sounds very Zsa Zsa/Eva Gabor...

> Snarky, channeling Gag Halfrunt
^^^^^^^^^^^^

Next question, of course: who?
--
Shon'ai

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>Pope, Snarky, Goodfella, of, the, undulating, cable, JM, CK, POEE,
>KOTHASK, GGGHD, HCNB, MWFA, CPFG, IAC, IHC, CEM, WHFH, FI wrote:
>> In alt.discordia, my possible sock, Text Medium, insulted my reputation
>> for intelligence by saying:
>> >Pope, Snarky, Goodfella, of, the, undulating, cable, JM, CK, POEE,
>> >KOTHASK, GGGHD, HCNB, MWFA, CPFG, IAC, IHC, CEM, WHFH, FI wrote:
>>
>> Hey, not so many commas!
>Excessive use of commas noted!

|-{P}

Unfortunately true.

AFAICT, he does seem to be an incarnation of Hastur the Unspeakable, so
it's appropriate, IMHO...

>> >> >> >Everything west of the Rockies?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> That's more definite.
>> >> >
>> >> >And a bit chauvinistic, IMHO. As B.C'ians can tend to be, a bit.
>> >> >(Although I suspect if I lived there I would quickly become so myself.)
>> >>
>> >> 8-{D}
>> >
>> >Yeah...
>>

>> "I refuse to reply further on the grounds that I may [still further] incriminate >> myself."


>
>Hahaha, you've already done so by that emoticon up there. Hoist by (on?)
>your own petard, ye are!

;-{P}

>> >> >> >Or everything west of Vancouver? <g>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Well, that's going a bit OTT, really...
>> >> >
>> >> >That's what I thought, too.
>> >>
>> >> The Pacific Ocean covers rather a lot of territory, after all, most of it
>> >> outside Canadian waters.
>> >
>> >Most of it is, tis true.
>>
>> Then again, a large chunk of northern BC is technically *west* of the
>> GVRD...but still.
>
>OK, I'm guessing: Greater Vancouver Recreational District? That doesn't
>seem right, how could anything be west of... ah, all the offshore
>islands? I always wanted to own my own offshore B.C. island and live as
>far south as I could possibly get and still be in Canada. Something
>you'd have to get to by boat or helicopter.

...*Regional*...No, actually, if one draws a line north from Vancouver to
the Yukon, approximately one-third to half the province will be *west* of
Vancouver...

>> >> >> >B.C. is stunningly beautiful country.
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Not exaggeration.
>> >> >
>> >> >Not at all.
>> >>
>> >> Been to Kelowna and Green Lake several times -- magnificent views.
>> >
>> >I've never been to Green Lake, and can't recall if I've been to Kelowna,
>> >if so it was a long time ago.
>>
>> Green Lake is near 70 Mile House -- the snow gets /deep/, there, in
>> winter -- where my Uncle Morley used to live (now he's on the Island (the
>> big 'un))...Kelowna, on Lake Okanagan, is currently like an oven, so my
>> mother says (she just got back from visiting there for a few days), and
>> it can also get pretty deep, in January.
>
>I can imagine how deep the snow must get. I went through there once in
>winter on a road trip to Mexico, and it was gorgeous (but very cold).
>No, wait, that would have been Kamloops, I think, not Kelowna, if coming
>from Jasper (or Banff)? Ah, it was such a long time ago, and there were
>so many things to smoke, who can remember?

I'm already lost...

>> >> >> >But still way cold.
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Depends. This year, it's pretty cold. Last year, it was blazing hot, and
>> >> >> I got sunburned at Pride. 'Swhat happens when the climate goes all
>> >> >> pear-shaped...
>> >> >
>> >> >It's a pear-shaped world sometimes. Blame it on El Nino...
>> >>
>> >> Nah, global warming -- it isn't going to get better anytime soon...
>> >
>> >This year I'm blaming everything on El Nino, but I hear you about global
>> >warning. No-one wanted to pay attention to the warnings
>> >environmentalists tried to give long enough ago that it might have
>> >helped. Bummer.
>>
>> Well, you know, who can believe a bunch of kooks anyway? </irony>
>
><laughs> Yeah, unfortunately that was/is the prevailing attitude.

Do we really need an ozone layer? If it was good enough for the dinosaurs
to do without it...

>> >> >> Snarky, expecting anything, now (including the world ending on a Thursday
>> >> >> in May)
>> >> >
>> >> >'Expecting anything now' is probably a good idea (including even an
>> >> >elephant).
>> >> >
>> >> >At least in here, from my POV.
>> >>
>> >> Everywhere, AFAICT. Usenet, RL (personal), RL (public), and the rest of
>> >> the universe...;-{)}
>> >
>> >Oh well, making lemonaid is what I do in times like these (and for me
>> >it's been "times like these" for almost 2 years now).
>>
>> My usual reply, when asked "How're you?" is "Not too horrible..." -- in
>> fact, it's been that since the early '90s. I should probably change
>> it...OTOH, it fits my worldview perfectly.;-{)}
>
>Sometimes life just be's that way, eh?

I'd sub to alt.life.sucks, but they tend to go the other way, on that
score. AFAICT, anyway.

>> >> Snarky, no rule-follower s/he
>> >
>> >Rules? What are those?
>>
>> "Vell, rules're just zis t'ing you know?"
>
>Sounds very Zsa Zsa/Eva Gabor...

Think *DNA*...

>> Snarky, channeling Gag Halfrunt
> ^^^^^^^^^^^^
>
>Next question, of course: who?

Zaphod's psychiatrist.;-{)}

Snarky, still not an H2G2 field researcher

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> "spo...@petitmorte.net" wrote:
>>
>> Text Medium <me...@purr.meow> wrote in
>> news:3D558F73...@purr.meow:
>>
>> > "spo...@petitmorte.net" wrote:
>> >>
>> >> Text Medium <me...@purr.meow> wrote in
>> >> news:3D54F170...@purr.meow:
>> >>
>> >> >> >> Hell, it's practically in Ontario. :)
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > Hah!
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > It's just south of Red Deer.
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > And it's even colder there.
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > North winds coming down out of the Rockies,
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > Snow in June and July,
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > Frost starts again in September...
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > <shiver>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> It's like that everwhere east of the real west. :)
>> >> >
>> >> > Are you suggesting the "real west" is B.C.?
>> >>
>> >> Yep.
>> >
>> > Oho! I see...
>>
>> :)
>
> British Columbians!

At one time the plan was to become our own country, named Cascadia. It
included Washington, Oregon, and I believe, Idaho.

Pretty silly idea.



>> >> > Everything west of the Rockies?
>> >>
>> >> Yep. That makes Ft. St. John part of the east, but that's no big
>> >> loss, IMO.
>> >
>> > Ft. St. John? Trying to place it and can't.
>>
>> Northeast corner of BC, on the other side of the Rockies.
>
> OK. Don't believe I've ever been there. That sounds too close to the
> Yukon, way too far north for my tastes. You're right, no big loss
> there.

The Yukon is *awesome*. Dawson City is one of the most interesting places
I've been. Whitehorse is pretty skookum, too. OTOH, Watson Lake is the
scummiest piece of shit town I've ever seen.



>> >> > Or everything west of Vancouver? <g>
>> >>
>> >> The Island doesn't count. It could sink at any time.
>> >
>> > West of Victoria, then?
>>
>> That would be Japan?
>
> Exactly. If ones goes far enough West, it becomes the East.

It's that globe thing, I think.



>> >> > B.C. is stunningly beautiful country.
>> >>
>> >> Yep.
>> >
>> > I have a cousin living near Nelson. Keeps trying to get me to
>> > visit.
>>
>> Nelson is a beautiful little town. Nelson was one of the stars of
>> that Steven Martin movie, the one based upon Cyrano What'sHisName.
>
> I forget the name of the movie, I know Darryl Hannah was in it.
> De'Bergerac. From photos my cousin has showed me it does look like a
> pretty area. They have about 30 acres, or maybe 60. They don't live
> right in Nelson, more like near Winlaw.

Nice country.



>> >> > But still way cold.
>> >>
>> >> Sometimes, yep.
>> >
>> > "Sometimes", my ass! OK, I take that back, BC isn't cold *all* the
>> > time, but most of my experience has been further east, and it was
>> > cold all the time.
>>
>> I did a couple of years in Kamloops. In the winter, very cold. In
>> the summer, hotter than hell.
>
> I've been through Kamloops but never spent any time there. I think the
> Okanagan (?sp?) valley might be a relatively nice place to live.

Kelowna is the place to be. It's a lot greener than Kamloops, which is
much more arid. Kelowna is right on Okanagan Lake, they even have their
own "Nessie", named OgoPogo.

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That would have been Kamloops. Would that have been '81/'82? Snowed like
a sumbitch both winters. I have a picture of my Old's Cutlass ('75, so a
rather large vehicle) in the Aberdeen Mall parking lot. The snow mounds
are a good 20 feet high all around. There was 3 feet of snow on our road
on Saturday morning, i spent the day "plowing" it with the front of that
Cytlass. It was a blast.

It was a lot different from being in Vancouver for the winter. The snow
started in mid October, and stuck around (a bit unusual even for 'Loops)
until mid March. Got so cold in '81 that the anti-freeze in my radiator
turned into imitation Lime Slushy. Spent a day laying in the snow taking
the hoses off. Couldn't work for more than 10 minutes without going inside
to warm up by the fire.

The next summer, a rattle snake crawled out from under that car. I
preferred freezing my ass off to having that critter suddenly appear.

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That's serious snow! It was much earlier. A traveling companion and I
had a rented truck camper and we got a flat tire somewhere in the
mountains in BC one evening. When my friend got out to change it, he had
to dig down through ice and snow enough to be able to fit the jack
underneath. While he was doing that I noticed two huge timber wolves
watching us from just inside the treeline off the road. They were
lovely. There was a lot of snow, and we beelined for the border looking
for warmer weather as soon as we could get to it. We traveled through
Bend, Oregon at some point, but that may have been on the return trip.
My memory is a bit fizzy on the details of some of the traveling we did,
including several driving trips to Mexico from Canada.

> It was a lot different from being in Vancouver for the winter. The snow
> started in mid October, and stuck around (a bit unusual even for 'Loops)
> until mid March. Got so cold in '81 that the anti-freeze in my radiator
> turned into imitation Lime Slushy. Spent a day laying in the snow taking
> the hoses off. Couldn't work for more than 10 minutes without going inside
> to warm up by the fire.

That's what I mean about the cold weather there. Having to leave a tap
running just a bit to keep the water lines from freezing, plugging in
cars if parked for several hours. Vancouver area winter temperatures are
more to my preference although I do love the mountains.

> The next summer, a rattle snake crawled out from under that car. I
> preferred freezing my ass off to having that critter suddenly appear.

I've never seen a snake in Canada (have never seen a rattlesnake
anywhere). You must have been a bit freaked, to say the least.

--
Shon'ai

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Not all that silly (as ideas go), not that Canada would ever let BC
secede. Some very pretty country in all those states. Despite Idaho
having (AIUI) a lot of survivalist types living there, the parts of it
I've been through were lovely.



> >> >> > Everything west of the Rockies?
> >> >>
> >> >> Yep. That makes Ft. St. John part of the east, but that's no big
> >> >> loss, IMO.
> >> >
> >> > Ft. St. John? Trying to place it and can't.
> >>
> >> Northeast corner of BC, on the other side of the Rockies.
> >
> > OK. Don't believe I've ever been there. That sounds too close to the
> > Yukon, way too far north for my tastes. You're right, no big loss
> > there.
>
> The Yukon is *awesome*. Dawson City is one of the most interesting places
> I've been. Whitehorse is pretty skookum, too. OTOH, Watson Lake is the
> scummiest piece of shit town I've ever seen.

What makes Dawson City a particularly interesting place? Is it the
people, the scenery, the night life, or what? I don't think I know where
Watson Lake is, and it sounds like I'm not missing much.

I lived in Anchorage Alaska once, long time ago, for a year, and it was
a terrific place, IMHO.



> >> >> > Or everything west of Vancouver? <g>
> >> >>
> >> >> The Island doesn't count. It could sink at any time.
> >> >
> >> > West of Victoria, then?
> >>
> >> That would be Japan?
> >
> > Exactly. If ones goes far enough West, it becomes the East.
>
> It's that globe thing, I think.

It does go round and round, yes.

> >> >> > B.C. is stunningly beautiful country.
> >> >>
> >> >> Yep.
> >> >
> >> > I have a cousin living near Nelson. Keeps trying to get me to
> >> > visit.
> >>
> >> Nelson is a beautiful little town. Nelson was one of the stars of
> >> that Steven Martin movie, the one based upon Cyrano What'sHisName.
> >
> > I forget the name of the movie, I know Darryl Hannah was in it.
> > De'Bergerac. From photos my cousin has showed me it does look like a
> > pretty area. They have about 30 acres, or maybe 60. They don't live
> > right in Nelson, more like near Winlaw.
>
> Nice country.

They rave about it a lot, and it does look very nice from photos and
videos I've seen. They live in an isolated area with a big hot tub they
use year-round on a multi-level deck (even in the winter). They have
numerous buildings on the property, including a salon my cousin built
for his wife. They have an "open-house" policy with a lot of friends
always coming and going, and they grow their own smokes, along with
almost everything they eat. They keep telling me any time I want to come
and live there I can have 5 acres of my own to build on. Sometimes I'm
rather tempted.



> >> >> > But still way cold.
> >> >>
> >> >> Sometimes, yep.
> >> >
> >> > "Sometimes", my ass! OK, I take that back, BC isn't cold *all* the
> >> > time, but most of my experience has been further east, and it was
> >> > cold all the time.
> >>
> >> I did a couple of years in Kamloops. In the winter, very cold. In
> >> the summer, hotter than hell.
> >
> > I've been through Kamloops but never spent any time there. I think the
> > Okanagan (?sp?) valley might be a relatively nice place to live.
>
> Kelowna is the place to be. It's a lot greener than Kamloops, which is
> much more arid. Kelowna is right on Okanagan Lake, they even have their
> own "Nessie", named OgoPogo.

I do love the green places, so probably would like Kelowna a lot. When I
was in high school I was best friends with a girl who came from
Kamloops. A few years later I was close friends with another woman who
came from Kamloops. At the time I wasn't as interested in learning about
what it was like there as I am now. I think someplace in B.C. would be a
lovely place to live. Ultimately it would have to be someplace near the
ocean, though.
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> In alt.discordia, my possible sock, Text Medium, insulted my reputation
> for intelligence by saying:
> >Pope, Snarky, Goodfella, of, the, undulating, cable, JM, CK, POEE,
> >KOTHASK, GGGHD, HCNB, MWFA, CPFG, IAC, IHC, CEM, WHFH, FI wrote:
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> >> for intelligence by saying:
> >> >Pope, Snarky, Goodfella, of, the, undulating, cable, JM, CK, POEE,
> >> >KOTHASK, GGGHD, HCNB, MWFA, CPFG, IAC, IHC, CEM, WHFH, FI wrote:
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> >> Hey, not so many commas!
> >Excessive use of commas noted!
>
> |-{P}

That's quite a title you have there; you must have to keep an eye out
for the comma police.

It still has a very distict Canadian flavor that I love, though.

From what I've been hearing, all the politicos in Canada seem to be
terrible. That's not limited to Canada, obviously.



> >> >> >> >Everything west of the Rockies?
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> That's more definite.
> >> >> >
> >> >> >And a bit chauvinistic, IMHO. As B.C'ians can tend to be, a bit.
> >> >> >(Although I suspect if I lived there I would quickly become so myself.)
> >> >>
> >> >> 8-{D}
> >> >
> >> >Yeah...
> >>
> >> "I refuse to reply further on the grounds that I may [still further] incriminate >> myself."
> >
> >Hahaha, you've already done so by that emoticon up there. Hoist by (on?)
> >your own petard, ye are!
>
> ;-{P}

<sticks my own tongue back out at you>

> >> >> >> >Or everything west of Vancouver? <g>
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> Well, that's going a bit OTT, really...
> >> >> >
> >> >> >That's what I thought, too.
> >> >>
> >> >> The Pacific Ocean covers rather a lot of territory, after all, most of it
> >> >> outside Canadian waters.
> >> >
> >> >Most of it is, tis true.
> >>
> >> Then again, a large chunk of northern BC is technically *west* of the
> >> GVRD...but still.
> >
> >OK, I'm guessing: Greater Vancouver Recreational District? That doesn't
> >seem right, how could anything be west of... ah, all the offshore
> >islands? I always wanted to own my own offshore B.C. island and live as
> >far south as I could possibly get and still be in Canada. Something
> >you'd have to get to by boat or helicopter.
>
> ...*Regional*...No, actually, if one draws a line north from Vancouver to
> the Yukon, approximately one-third to half the province will be *west* of
> Vancouver...

That's an interesting fact I hadn't known. That's the type of question
one could stump people with on some quiz show, IMO.



> >> >> >> >B.C. is stunningly beautiful country.
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> Not exaggeration.
> >> >> >
> >> >> >Not at all.
> >> >>
> >> >> Been to Kelowna and Green Lake several times -- magnificent views.
> >> >
> >> >I've never been to Green Lake, and can't recall if I've been to Kelowna,
> >> >if so it was a long time ago.
> >>
> >> Green Lake is near 70 Mile House -- the snow gets /deep/, there, in
> >> winter -- where my Uncle Morley used to live (now he's on the Island (the
> >> big 'un))...Kelowna, on Lake Okanagan, is currently like an oven, so my
> >> mother says (she just got back from visiting there for a few days), and
> >> it can also get pretty deep, in January.
> >
> >I can imagine how deep the snow must get. I went through there once in
> >winter on a road trip to Mexico, and it was gorgeous (but very cold).
> >No, wait, that would have been Kamloops, I think, not Kelowna, if coming
> >from Jasper (or Banff)? Ah, it was such a long time ago, and there were
> >so many things to smoke, who can remember?
>
> I'm already lost...

I don't blame you. I got lost when you mentioned 70 mile house, so I
still don't know where Green Lake is. According to Spooge, if we were
coming through Banff or Jasper from Alberta heading for the U.S. border
it would have been Kamloops we went through on that trip. I think that
trip was just before Christmas. I recall a tiny little tree in the
vehicle decorated with a cheap string of silver beads on one of the
several trips to Mexico, and that I was homesick (it was the first time
I had spent Christmas away from family).



> >> >> >> >But still way cold.
> >> >> >>
> >> >> >> Depends. This year, it's pretty cold. Last year, it was blazing hot, and
> >> >> >> I got sunburned at Pride. 'Swhat happens when the climate goes all
> >> >> >> pear-shaped...
> >> >> >
> >> >> >It's a pear-shaped world sometimes. Blame it on El Nino...
> >> >>
> >> >> Nah, global warming -- it isn't going to get better anytime soon...
> >> >
> >> >This year I'm blaming everything on El Nino, but I hear you about global
> >> >warning. No-one wanted to pay attention to the warnings
> >> >environmentalists tried to give long enough ago that it might have
> >> >helped. Bummer.
> >>
> >> Well, you know, who can believe a bunch of kooks anyway? </irony>
> >
> ><laughs> Yeah, unfortunately that was/is the prevailing attitude.
>
> Do we really need an ozone layer? If it was good enough for the dinosaurs
> to do without it...

There ya go. Who needs all these things 'modern' civilation thinks so
important? Anyway?



> >> >> >> Snarky, expecting anything, now (including the world ending on a Thursday
> >> >> >> in May)
> >> >> >
> >> >> >'Expecting anything now' is probably a good idea (including even an
> >> >> >elephant).
> >> >> >
> >> >> >At least in here, from my POV.
> >> >>
> >> >> Everywhere, AFAICT. Usenet, RL (personal), RL (public), and the rest of
> >> >> the universe...;-{)}
> >> >
> >> >Oh well, making lemonaid is what I do in times like these (and for me
> >> >it's been "times like these" for almost 2 years now).
> >>
> >> My usual reply, when asked "How're you?" is "Not too horrible..." -- in
> >> fact, it's been that since the early '90s. I should probably change
> >> it...OTOH, it fits my worldview perfectly.;-{)}
> >
> >Sometimes life just be's that way, eh?
>
> I'd sub to alt.life.sucks, but they tend to go the other way, on that
> score. AFAICT, anyway.

Never checked out that group; there's never enough time, and it sounds
too angst ridden for my taste.



> >> >> Snarky, no rule-follower s/he
> >> >
> >> >Rules? What are those?
> >>
> >> "Vell, rules're just zis t'ing you know?"
> >
> >Sounds very Zsa Zsa/Eva Gabor...
>
> Think *DNA*...

42.



> >> Snarky, channeling Gag Halfrunt
> > ^^^^^^^^^^^^
> >
> >Next question, of course: who?
>
> Zaphod's psychiatrist.;-{)}

Aha.



> Snarky, still not an H2G2 field researcher

You're doing an excellent job as Shon'ai #5, though. I didn't realize I
was duplicates.
--
Shon'ai #1

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> "spo...@petitmorte.net" wrote:
>>
>> Text Medium <me...@purr.meow> wrote in
>> news:3D5A2652...@purr.meow:
>>

[...]



>> At one time the plan was to become our own country, named Cascadia.
>> It included Washington, Oregon, and I believe, Idaho.
>>
>> Pretty silly idea.
>
> Not all that silly (as ideas go), not that Canada would ever let BC
> secede. Some very pretty country in all those states. Despite Idaho
> having (AIUI) a lot of survivalist types living there, the parts of it
> I've been through were lovely.

Nice scenery doesn't pay enough bills to be relied upon though. Forestry,
fishing and mining, in that order, were the economic engines of the BC
economy at one time. All three are effectively dead now.


>> >> >> > Everything west of the Rockies?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Yep. That makes Ft. St. John part of the east, but that's no
>> >> >> big loss, IMO.
>> >> >
>> >> > Ft. St. John? Trying to place it and can't.
>> >>
>> >> Northeast corner of BC, on the other side of the Rockies.
>> >
>> > OK. Don't believe I've ever been there. That sounds too close to
>> > the Yukon, way too far north for my tastes. You're right, no big
>> > loss there.
>>
>> The Yukon is *awesome*. Dawson City is one of the most interesting
>> places I've been. Whitehorse is pretty skookum, too. OTOH, Watson
>> Lake is the scummiest piece of shit town I've ever seen.
>
> What makes Dawson City a particularly interesting place? Is it the
> people, the scenery, the night life, or what? I don't think I know
> where Watson Lake is, and it sounds like I'm not missing much.

Dawson has retained its Frontier Town look. Dirt roads, elevated wooden
sidewalks. An old style saloon/gambling hall with can-can dancers. The
regular population of about 5,000 grows to over 50,000 in the summertime.

All around are old gold claims, still being worked by miners. It's not
unusual to see someone carrying a little baggie filled with gold-dust,
which is still negotiable at the one local bank, and with the local
merchants.

Visit the 'Downtown Motel' bar, and enjoy a Sour Toe coctail. Yes, that is
a real human toe in your glass. Take it into your mouth (please, don't
swallow the toe, those are hard to replace!) and you can drink for free all
night.



> I lived in Anchorage Alaska once, long time ago, for a year, and it
> was a terrific place, IMHO.

I've been to Hyder Alaska. Got Hyderized. :)

[...]

>> >> > I have a cousin living near Nelson. Keeps trying to get me to
>> >> > visit.
>> >>
>> >> Nelson is a beautiful little town. Nelson was one of the stars of
>> >> that Steven Martin movie, the one based upon Cyrano What'sHisName.
>> >
>> > I forget the name of the movie, I know Darryl Hannah was in it.
>> > De'Bergerac. From photos my cousin has showed me it does look like
>> > a pretty area. They have about 30 acres, or maybe 60. They don't
>> > live right in Nelson, more like near Winlaw.
>>
>> Nice country.
>
> They rave about it a lot, and it does look very nice from photos and
> videos I've seen. They live in an isolated area with a big hot tub
> they use year-round on a multi-level deck (even in the winter). They
> have numerous buildings on the property, including a salon my cousin
> built for his wife. They have an "open-house" policy with a lot of
> friends always coming and going, and they grow their own smokes, along
> with almost everything they eat. They keep telling me any time I want
> to come and live there I can have 5 acres of my own to build on.
> Sometimes I'm rather tempted.

Yup, the Olde West way of doing things hasn't died completely.

[...]



>> Kelowna is the place to be. It's a lot greener than Kamloops, which
>> is much more arid. Kelowna is right on Okanagan Lake, they even have
>> their own "Nessie", named OgoPogo.
>
> I do love the green places, so probably would like Kelowna a lot. When
> I was in high school I was best friends with a girl who came from
> Kamloops. A few years later I was close friends with another woman who
> came from Kamloops. At the time I wasn't as interested in learning
> about what it was like there as I am now. I think someplace in B.C.
> would be a lovely place to live. Ultimately it would have to be
> someplace near the ocean, though.

I missed the ocean so much while I lived in 'Loops that by the end of my
stay there I was doing the 7 hour (only route was via the Fraser Canyon at
that time) drive to Vancouver at least once a month, just so I could stand
on the beach and smell the sea.

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Lots of them in the Interior, the farther south you go the more desert-like
it gets. Small cacti grow in the hills around Kamloops, down to wards
Osoyoos it is the real desert.

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Outing whore.

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You two sure are fast friends, puddles. Do you condone outing? Swap much
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