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PYRPYRFECT

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Aug 20, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/20/99
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>
>>I keep wondering... what are the numbers behind these groups? FBI
>>file numbers?
>
>No, those are the internal newsrc numbers the Internet and my
>Newsreader uses to keep track of where I left off in each
>newsgroup I read.
>
>I used to delete them, but have gotten too lazy and slothful
>these days. :-)
>--


AHA! I knew that the sloths had to be involved in this somehow!

Sundance

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Aug 21, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/21/99
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No Time Toulouse wrote:

>
> PYRPYRFECT Wrote:
>
> >>I used to delete them, but have gotten too lazy and slothful
> >>these days. :-)
>
> >AHA! I knew that the sloths had to be involved in this somehow!
>
> Yes, it is blatantly unfair to sloths everywhere that they
> haven't a newsgroup of their own!
>
> --
> Steve
> http://home.att.net/~poge/

Yes but the server would be so slow!

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salem

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Aug 24, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/24/99
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In article <37c14536...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,
som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> Sundance Wrote:
> >No Time Toulouse wrote:
> >> PYRPYRFECT Wrote:
>
> >> >>I used to delete them, but have gotten too lazy and slothful
> >> >>these days. :-)
>
> >> >AHA! I knew that the sloths had to be involved in this somehow!
>
> >> Yes, it is blatantly unfair to sloths everywhere that they
> >> haven't a newsgroup of their own!
>

> >Yes but the server would be so slow!
>

Slow, but sooo graceful, balletic, calming and innocent. (hmmm, never
have met an innocent server tho...) Anyway, lemurs arent slow!! Dont go
pressing your newfangled hectic stressful frantic instant gratification
pace of life on us already flat out sloths:-)) Did I mention i upgraded
my pathetic 14.4k modem to a 56.6 today? wheeeeeee!!!

salem

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Aug 25, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/25/99
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In article <37c70993...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> salem Wrote:
> >In article <37c14536...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,
> >som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
>
> >> >> >>I used to delete them, but have gotten too lazy and slothful
> >> >> >>these days. :-)
>
> >> >> >AHA! I knew that the sloths had to be involved in this somehow!
>
> >> >> Yes, it is blatantly unfair to sloths everywhere that they
> >> >> haven't a newsgroup of their own!
>
> >> >Yes but the server would be so slow!
>
> >Slow, but sooo graceful, balletic, calming and innocent. (hmmm, never
> >have met an innocent server tho...) Anyway, lemurs arent slow!!
>

> But sloths are!!!!!!!!

Dang dang dang dang!!!!!!! I *meant* to say 'anyway, sloths arent
slow' otherwise the rest of my spiel would have been completely
nonsensical (and that would never happen....)

> There, I ran rings around ya logically!!!!!!!!

umm, that wouldn't really be too much of a feat:-))

but are the rings you're running running around a fluffy questionmark
shaped tail??

nooo, it's just that the nasty lemurs are improving their mind control
techniques by the second, and therefore are managing to make my brain
insert 'lemur' wherever possible. This would also explain why i found
myself eating an entire 200g pack of twisties in a mindless stupor last
night, till i made myself feel sick(if someone explains what twinkies are,
i'll try explaining twisties, but i guess you already know) when i can't
even stand the taste of them. ergh...isn't it enough that they're trying
to take over my mind, why can't they leave my body alone (sob)

Annette Fraser

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Aug 26, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/26/99
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No Time Toulouse wrote:
>
> salem Wrote:
[snip]

>
> >Dang dang dang dang!!!!!!! I *meant* to say 'anyway, sloths arent
> >slow'
>

> Lies, lies, all lies! :-)
>
> >I found myself eating an entire 200g pack of twisties
>
> Is it licorice candy?

Twisties are...how does one explain Twisties? They're a sort of
chip/crisp thing. They look like really really tiny neanderthal man
clubs (honestly) and they come in cheese and chicken flavours. The
cheese ones are *very* yellow. I like them :-). And I can still
remember the Twisties ad where someone sang:

Twisties...put a sparkle in your day. Hummmmmmmmmmmm :-)


>
> >if someone explains what twinkies are, i'll try explaining twisties,

Twinkies are mock cream filled cake finger thingies that I'm sure have a
negative nutritional value. They taste cool though :-). They have
something similar in Australia now but I can't remember the name of
them. Bakery Treats I think.

Annette

Titania

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Aug 26, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/26/99
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Through the mists of Tir na nOg drifts the voice of
hob...@cygnus.uwa.edu.au (salem)...

--- kersnip!

> (if someone explains what twinkies are,
>i'll try explaining twisties, but i guess you already know)

Twinkies are very sweet cake bars from America.
Twisties are cheesy chip things from Australia (where all the good
people live. :-))

~ Tany
"Got a gun, Fact I got two.
That's OK man 'cause I love God."
- Pearl Jam, Glorified G

William 'carpe rexus dentum et nocturn' Gates

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Aug 26, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/26/99
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twisties = cheetos, but not as comercial?

Annette Fraser wrote:
>
> No Time Toulouse wrote:
> >
> > salem Wrote:
> [snip]
>
> >
> > >Dang dang dang dang!!!!!!! I *meant* to say 'anyway, sloths arent
> > >slow'
> >
> > Lies, lies, all lies! :-)
> >
> > >I found myself eating an entire 200g pack of twisties
> >
> > Is it licorice candy?
>
> Twisties are...how does one explain Twisties? They're a sort of
> chip/crisp thing. They look like really really tiny neanderthal man
> clubs (honestly) and they come in cheese and chicken flavours. The
> cheese ones are *very* yellow. I like them :-). And I can still
> remember the Twisties ad where someone sang:
>
> Twisties...put a sparkle in your day. Hummmmmmmmmmmm :-)
> >

> > >if someone explains what twinkies are, i'll try explaining twisties,
>

salem

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Aug 26, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/26/99
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In article <37c4602d...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
snip

>
> Lies, lies, all lies! :-)

not, not not!!! ththththtpppt!



> >I found myself eating an entire 200g pack of twisties
>
> Is it licorice candy?

LOL!!!! i would have felt even iller if it had been !!:-)



> >if someone explains what twinkies are, i'll try explaining twisties,
>

> Twinkies are pastry, with angel food cake on the outside, and
> white cream filling on the inside.
replace white cream with custard and it really would be angel food. yuuummm.

>
>
> >isn't it enough that they're trying
> >to take over my mind, why can't they leave my body alone (sob)
>

> I cannot answer that w/o knowing if you're male or female!

Shouldn't the sex of the frinking lemurs be as important to know if you're
trying to answer my question!!

sniff...puts nose up in air... i thought that one could have a platonic
relationship with a lemur these days without people making suggestive
comments all the time...hmph..
anyway, I thought it was blatantly obvious that i'm a talking black cat
:-) teehee,salem

salem

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Aug 26, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/26/99
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In article <37c4c7cc...@bohm.anu.edu.au>, titan...@mail.ru
(Titania) wrote:

> Through the mists of Tir na nOg drifts the voice of
> hob...@cygnus.uwa.edu.au (salem)...
>
> --- kersnip!
>
> > (if someone explains what twinkies are,
> >i'll try explaining twisties, but i guess you already know)
>
> Twinkies are very sweet cake bars from America.
> Twisties are cheesy chip things from Australia (where all the good
> people live. :-))
>
> ~ Tany

ozzie ozzie ozzie, oy oy oy :-))))
thanks for saving me having to try and explain

salem

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Aug 26, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/26/99
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In article <37c4c79e...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> Titania Wrote:
>
> >--- kersnip!
>
> Ketchup?
> Parsnip?
> --
hmmph, here in australia we have kersnips, which are parsnips
permacultured in ketchup. *do* try and keep up with the basics of
technolgy at least :-)
salem

salem

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Aug 26, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/26/99
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In article <37C4D7D0...@prodigy.net>, William 'carpe rexus dentum et
nocturn' Gates <weg...@prodigy.net> wrote:

> twisties = cheetos, but not as comercial?
>

(timidly)what are cheetos?? twisties are sort of like what i think are
called cheese balls in the U.S. but have a *lot* more colour and flavour.
possibly artificial.....and are shaped like exactly like annette said...i
remember the crunchie 'change the colour of your day' ads, but not the
twistie ones. I knew i'd be scarred for life cos of not having a tv when
i was a kid.
salem

The All Powerful

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Aug 26, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/26/99
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Annette Fraser wrote:

> salem wrote:
> >
> > In article <37C4D7D0...@prodigy.net>, William 'carpe rexus dentum et
> > nocturn' Gates <weg...@prodigy.net> wrote:
> >
> > > twisties = cheetos, but not as comercial?
> > >
> > (timidly)what are cheetos??
>

> We have cheetos here :-). They're sort of like cheese Maltesers without
> the chocolate. Similar texture ;-).

Cheese Maltesers?? That's gotta be the best description I ever heard!! ha ha
ha... They're made by walkers aint they? got the picture of the cartoon cheeter
on the side? Similar to cheesy puffs?

> >twisties are sort of like what i think are
> > called cheese balls in the U.S. but have a *lot* more colour and flavour.
> > possibly artificial.....and are shaped like exactly like annette said...
>

> And they're more solid, not as melt in the mouth.
>
> >i remember the crunchie 'change the colour of your day' ads, but not the


> > twistie ones. I knew i'd be scarred for life cos of not having a tv when
> > i was a kid.
>

> Did you ever do the Twistie packet shrinking trick? Twistie packets
> used to be made so you could hold them with a peg on each diagonal
> corner, over the stove hotplate, and they'd shrivel up to become perfect
> little packets about one tenth of their original size [1]. We used to
> use them as keyrings :-). Mind you, if you weren't careful and dropped
> them on the hotplate, you'd better hope for understanding parents :-).

Contrary to popular belief you can actually do it with any packet... some work
better than others though... I had a friend who had over a hundred different
crisp packets, all shrunk to about half their size...now THAT's what I call
anally retentive...
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Even Johnny stops doing jokes about your drinking.


Annette Fraser

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Aug 27, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/27/99
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salem wrote:
>
> In article <37C4D7D0...@prodigy.net>, William 'carpe rexus dentum et
> nocturn' Gates <weg...@prodigy.net> wrote:
>
> > twisties = cheetos, but not as comercial?
> >
> (timidly)what are cheetos??

We have cheetos here :-). They're sort of like cheese Maltesers without
the chocolate. Similar texture ;-).

>twisties are sort of like what i think are


> called cheese balls in the U.S. but have a *lot* more colour and flavour.
> possibly artificial.....and are shaped like exactly like annette said...

And they're more solid, not as melt in the mouth.

>i remember the crunchie 'change the colour of your day' ads, but not the
> twistie ones. I knew i'd be scarred for life cos of not having a tv when
> i was a kid.

Did you ever do the Twistie packet shrinking trick? Twistie packets
used to be made so you could hold them with a peg on each diagonal
corner, over the stove hotplate, and they'd shrivel up to become perfect
little packets about one tenth of their original size [1]. We used to
use them as keyrings :-). Mind you, if you weren't careful and dropped
them on the hotplate, you'd better hope for understanding parents :-).

Annette

[1] There are kid's toy sets that have stuff in them that does this.
You put thw item in the oven though and it shrinks.

salem

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Aug 27, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/27/99
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> salem Wrote:
> >In article <37c4602d...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

> >som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
>
> >> Lies, lies, all lies! :-)
>
> >not, not not!!! ththththtpppt!
>
> STREWTH!! Trust me on This!!

on what, precisely? that you run rings around me lagically?? ok, so i'm
not very good at running, but my logic is quite logical really....



>
> >> >isn't it enough that they're trying
> >> >to take over my mind, why can't they leave my body alone (sob)
>
> >> I cannot answer that w/o knowing if you're male or female!
>
> >Shouldn't the sex of the frinking lemurs be as important to know if you're
> >trying to answer my question!!
>

> NBL!!!!!!


What does NBL stand for (pick the net newbie) I always thought it was the
national basketball league (equivalent of the NBA, in oz) what does
basketball have to do with lemaurs taking over my body. I'm not *that*
round (to be used as the ball) or *that* loopy (to be used as the hoop).
i'm guessing 'Not bloody likely', but I do like to get these things
right. anyone?? :-)

salem

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Aug 27, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/27/99
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In article <37c5d557...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> salem Wrote:
> >In article <37c4c79e...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,


> >som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> >> Titania Wrote:
>
> >> >--- kersnip!
>
> >> Ketchup?
> >> Parsnip?
> --
> >hmmph, here in australia we have kersnips, which are parsnips
> >permacultured in ketchup.
>

> You're a looney! :-)

Yeees. Have you a problem with that???????????????? :-)

salem

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Aug 27, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/27/99
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> > >
> > (timidly)what are cheetos??
>
> We have cheetos here :-).
Do we???? I really must get out more :-)

They're sort of like cheese Maltesers without
> the chocolate. Similar texture ;-).

mm, mmmmmm

> >twisties are sort of like what i think are
> > called cheese balls in the U.S. but have a *lot* more colour and flavour.
> > possibly artificial.....and are shaped like exactly like annette said...
>
> And they're more solid, not as melt in the mouth.
>
> >i remember the crunchie 'change the colour of your day' ads, but not the
> > twistie ones. I knew i'd be scarred for life cos of not having a tv when
> > i was a kid.
>
> Did you ever do the Twistie packet shrinking trick? Twistie packets
> used to be made so you could hold them with a peg on each diagonal
> corner, over the stove hotplate, and they'd shrivel up to become perfect
> little packets about one tenth of their original size [1]. We used to
> use them as keyrings :-). Mind you, if you weren't careful and dropped
> them on the hotplate, you'd better hope for understanding parents :-).

We used to put them straight in the oven, on the rack (i think. my memory
could be affected by plastic fumes(see below)) Preferebly when parents
werent home, so when they returned and asked what the funny burning smell
was(lost count of number of times put packet in oven, found something more
interesting to do,and reremembered that the oven was on, too late) you
could feign ignorance and say the neighbours must be burning off again.
:-) we used to use them as earrings by stringing them onto a pair of
sleepers. lol!! they were keeewlll.

dumb twistie packets are made of foily plastic now arent they?? thats no
fun. never mind 'packed in foil to keep in the freshness longer' or
whatever. Bet they wouldnt shrink proper if you put them in the
oven...i'd try, but after my last foray into 'fixing' the oven door, i'm
staying well away from it...
salem

salem

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In article <37cad689...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> salem Wrote:
>
> >> twisties = cheetos, but not as comercial?
>

> >(timidly)what are cheetos?? twisties are sort of like what i think are


> >called cheese balls in the U.S.
>

> SAM TING!!!
> Cheetos are cheese balls elongated.



> >when
> >i was a kid.

> >salem
>
> You're STILL a kid!

hey, I resent that :-)

** "Thou dost me wrong! Faith, I know not where i wander. Methinks the
most capricious zephyr hath more design than I. But lo: do not detain me,
for I am resolv'd to quit this place forthwith...by my troth, I am off"
...... by bus, apparantly.....
>
> And we're on the bus now. Wheeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!

**brilliant if not altogether relevant quote from 'calvin and hobbes'
salem

crittmass

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but cheetos are dangerously cheesy!

No Time Toulouse wrote:

> salem Wrote:
>
> >> twisties = cheetos, but not as comercial?
>
> >(timidly)what are cheetos?? twisties are sort of like what i think are
> >called cheese balls in the U.S.
>
> SAM TING!!!
> Cheetos are cheese balls elongated.
>
> >when
> >i was a kid.
> >salem
>
> You're STILL a kid!
>

> And we're on the bus now. Wheeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!

> --
> Steve
> http://home.att.net/~poge/


Smee

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No Time Toulouse wrote:
>
> salem Wrote:
> >In article <37cad689...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,
> >som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
>
> >> >when
> >> >i was a kid.
> >> >salem
> >> You're STILL a kid!
> >hey, I resent that :-)
>
> Sniff...sniff...sniff... :-(

>
> >** "Thou dost me wrong! Faith, I know not where i wander. Methinks the
> >most capricious zephyr hath more design than I. But lo: do not detain me,
> >for I am resolv'd to quit this place forthwith...by my troth, I am off"
> >...... by bus, apparantly.....
>
> >> And we're on the bus now. Wheeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!
>
> >**brilliant if not altogether relevant quote from 'calvin and hobbes'
>
> Who?????
> --
> Steve
> http://home.att.net/~poge/

omylord, he doesn't know Calvin & Hobbes. He will be struck blind, I
just know it.

Smee

William 'carpe rexus dentum et nocturn' Gates

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>
> You forgot acorn squash. :-(
>

that's a building material..

William 'carpe rexus dentum et nocturn' Gates

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if your realy small...

No Time Toulouse wrote:


>
> William 'carpe rexus dentum et nocturn' Gates Wrote:
>
> >>You forgot acorn squash. :-(
>
> >that's a building material..
>

> That's a hunting lodge.
> --
> Steve
> http://home.att.net/~poge/

The All Powerful

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No Time Toulouse wrote:

> salem Wrote:
> >In article <37cad689...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,
> >som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
>
> >> >when
> >> >i was a kid.
> >> >salem
> >> You're STILL a kid!
> >hey, I resent that :-)
>
> Sniff...sniff...sniff... :-(
>
> >** "Thou dost me wrong! Faith, I know not where i wander. Methinks the
> >most capricious zephyr hath more design than I. But lo: do not detain me,
> >for I am resolv'd to quit this place forthwith...by my troth, I am off"
> >...... by bus, apparantly.....
>
> >> And we're on the bus now. Wheeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!
>
> >**brilliant if not altogether relevant quote from 'calvin and hobbes'
>
> Who?????

BLASPHEMER!!! Not knowing who Calvin and Hobbes are... Shame on thee NTT!!!
Calvin and Hobbes are THE greatest comic strip this side of Lily Wong...

Get thee to a book shop and buy Homicidal Psycho Jungle Cat now as
repentance... :o)


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get some more!


The All Powerful

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No Time Toulouse wrote:

> salem Wrote:
> >In article <37c5d557...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,


> >som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
>

> >> You're a looney! :-)
>
> >Yeees. Have you a problem with that???????????????? :-)
>

> I ONLY associate with them! :-)

I'm not a loonie... or am I... I'll ask the voices... oh no...
there's the man with the white coat... I'll ask him instead...
:o)--

The All Powerful

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No Time Toulouse wrote:

> The All Powerful Wrote:
>
> >> >**brilliant if not altogether relevant quote from 'calvin and hobbes'
>
> >> Who?????
>

> >Calvin and Hobbes are THE greatest comic strip this side of Lily Wong...
>

> Perhaps for your generation...

Kids these days... honestly... with all their Calvin and Hobbes and their
MTV's... it's no wonder they're all lay about no gooders... army service!!
That's what they need... :o)--


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The All Powerful

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salem wrote:

> > salem Wrote:
> > >In article <37c4602d...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,


> > >som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
> >

> > >> Lies, lies, all lies! :-)
> >
> > >not, not not!!! ththththtpppt!
> >
> > STREWTH!! Trust me on This!!
>
>
> on what, precisely? that you run rings around me lagically?? ok, so i'm
> not very good at running, but my logic is quite logical really....
>
> >
> > >> >isn't it enough that they're trying
> > >> >to take over my mind, why can't they leave my body alone (sob)
> >
> > >> I cannot answer that w/o knowing if you're male or female!
> >
> > >Shouldn't the sex of the frinking lemurs be as important to know if you're
> > >trying to answer my question!!
> >
> > NBL!!!!!!
>
>
> What does NBL stand for (pick the net newbie)

Not bloody likely...

> I always thought it was the
> national basketball league (equivalent of the NBA, in oz) what does
> basketball have to do with lemaurs taking over my body.

Well you see, one of the lemurs is actually the third cousin seventeen times
removed of Michael Jordan's dog, which means that they are related...

> I'm not *that*
> round (to be used as the ball) or *that* loopy (to be used as the hoop).
> i'm guessing 'Not bloody likely', but I do like to get these things
> right. anyone?? :-)

--

salem

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And apparantly I'M loopy.........

In article <37C75BB7...@prodigy.net>, William 'carpe rexus dentum et

salem

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In article <7q6n26$q1m$2...@nclient9-gui.server.ntli.net>,
all_powerful@*GET_LOST_SPAMMER*cheerful.com wrote:

> William 'carpe rexus dentum et nocturn' Gates wrote:
>
> > but with more crunch...they are one of the food groups...
> >
> > beer
> > meat
> > sugar
> > caffine
> > crunch fake cheese things
> > plastic
>
> + women...:o)--
> --------------------------------------

+ nuts for breakfast if you're not careful :o))

salem

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In article <37cf0b6c...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
snip

>
>
> >**brilliant if not altogether relevant quote from 'calvin and hobbes'
>
> Who?????

> --
> Steve
> http://home.att.net/~poge/


If youre not joking, then I don't think we'll be hearing from you for
*some* time, as you have some serious catchup reading to do before you
show your face around here again..... :-) and no fair getting the
tiger to do it for you while you're outside mucking around in your
stupendous man costume....

salem

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In article <37cf0b6c...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,
som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> salem Wrote:
> >In article <37cad689...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,


> >som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
>
>
>

> >> >when
> >> >i was a kid.
> >> >salem
> >> You're STILL a kid!
> >hey, I resent that :-)
>
> Sniff...sniff...sniff... :-(


aww, does you have a cold??

how many time do i have to tell you, DON"T use your sleeve!!!

salem

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snip...

> Contrary to popular belief you can actually do it with any packet...
some work
> better than others though... I had a friend who had over a hundred different
> crisp packets, all shrunk to about half their size...now THAT's what I call
> anally retentive...

he kept them where??????!!! whats rong with keyrings and earrings...gee,
even hanging them from the rear view mirror would be better that THAT :-)

salem

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In article <37c90a2c...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> salem Wrote:


> >> salem Wrote:
>
> >> STREWTH!! Trust me on This!!
>
> >on what, precisely?
>

> Stop being so literal!
>
>
>
> This is like Monty Python's Flying Circus!


Who is monty python? I dont go to the circus much, well, not ones with
animals anyway >:o( I've vaguely heard of the ringling bros, but
not the one you mention. Is Mr Python new?

grumble mutter mutter....your generation inDEED


>
>
> A list of online abbreviations and acronyms.
>


thank you kindly for your trouble :-)

salem

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In article <37c709ce...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> salem Wrote:
> >In article <37c5d557...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,


> >som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
>

> >> You're a looney! :-)
>
> >Yeees. Have you a problem with that???????????????? :-)
>
> I ONLY associate with them! :-)

> --

gasp!! NOOO. i never would have guessed. your work must take up all your
time then? i really admire people who can dedicate their lives to others
less fortunate than themselves... :-) but really, you should try and
sneak in just a bit of time for yourself, to socialise, and leave the
stresses of work behind.
salem

salem

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In article <37d5a04f...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> salem Wrote:
>
> >> >**brilliant if not altogether relevant quote from 'calvin and hobbes'
>
> >> Who?????
>

> >catchup reading
>
> Well, I spilt "mustard" on my book once...

your one and only?? giggle...

yeah, i have jam and promite on my high shcool chemistry book, and the
mere whiff of either now brings back so many memories.......and starts off
a train of horriffic flashbacks....arghhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!! That'll teach
me to eat while i'm studying. Heck, that should teach me to
STUDY!!!!

> No thanks!
> It sounds like Rugrats, South Park, and other stuff of that ilk!


No, Don't think it is, but I couldn't say for sure cos I've never been
able to sit through more than 5 minutes of either of them..they seem
insipid to me, for want of a better word.....watcha got against elks
anyway??? :-) give it a try, you might actually like it. I refer you to
other the people's testimonies to how brilliant it is, so you dont just
have to take my word for it...
btw, no other part of it is in shakespearesque!!

salem

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In article <37d6a0b4...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> salem Wrote:
> >In article <37cf0b6c...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,


> >som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
>

> >> Sniff...sniff...sniff... :-(
>
> >aww, does you have a cold??
> >how many time do i have to tell you, DON"T use your sleeve!!!
>

> Ok, I'll use YOURS then!
> HONK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I dont recommend it-mine's already full....

salem

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In article <37cd9de0...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> salem Wrote:
> >In article <37c90a2c...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,


> >som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
>

> >> This is like Monty Python's Flying Circus!
>
> >Who is monty python? I dont go to the circus much, well, not ones with
> >animals anyway >:o( I've vaguely heard of the ringling bros, but
> >not the one you mention. Is Mr Python new?
>

> Monty Python's Flying Circus is/was a British comedy troupe of 6
> members. One is dead now.
>
> They were first on BBC TV in England, then came to America in
> 1974.
>
> They also have out many books, records, and movies, such as
> "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" and
> "The Life of Brian"
>
> You should be able to find them in most bigger video-tape rental
> stores.


fighting sarcasm with sarcasm..? Well, i guess it could work. Or didn't
you realise i was joking???????? grin

salem

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In article <37d39fcb...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> The All Powerful Wrote:


> >No Time Toulouse wrote:
>
> >Kids these days... honestly... with all their Calvin and Hobbes and their
> >MTV's... it's no wonder they're all lay about no gooders... army service!!
> >That's what they need... :o)--

boot camps!! of course. what a novel idea! :-) builds character no doubt,
puts hairs on chests...are you from oz? did you *see* those navy
initiation footages(? feetage?) thats what all young people today need.
Really, their rollerblades and gameboys are just cries for
discipline....would do them a word of good...


> Why, when I was your age, I had to walk three miles to school in
> the snow, with no shoes. And when we got to school, schoolmaster
> would beat us about the heads with blunt instruments. And that
> was when he was in a GOOD mood.


yes, yes, we know...and when you left school you used to pay the factory
for the privilege of being able to work..... :-)
salem

salem

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hmm, i assumed your detailed knowledge of the loony mind was due to you
psychiatrist, not a loony. well, this does put a different spin on
things, changes things considerably. hmmmmmm :-)


In article <37cf9ee8...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,


som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> salem Wrote:
>
> >>>>You're a looney! :-)
> >>>Yeees. Have you a problem with that???????????????? :-)

> >>No, I ONLY associate with them! :-)


>
> >gasp!! NOOO. i never would have guessed. your work must take up all your
> >time then? i really admire people who can dedicate their lives to others
> >less fortunate than themselves... :-) but really, you should try and
> >sneak in just a bit of time for yourself, to socialise, and leave the
> >stresses of work behind.
>

> I do not have to "work" at all at it!
> It comes "naturally" !
> --
> Steve
> http://home.att.net/~poge/

Annette Fraser

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No Time Toulouse wrote:
>
> salem Wrote:
>
> >> >**brilliant if not altogether relevant quote from 'calvin and hobbes'
>
> >> Who?????
>
> >catchup reading
>
> Well, I spilt "mustard" on my book once...
>
> No thanks!
> It sounds like Rugrats, South Park, and other stuff of that ilk!
>
Nothing like either of them actually. IMO much more subtle and
brilliant :-)

Annette

Annette Fraser

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No Time Toulouse wrote:

>
> The All Powerful Wrote:
>
> >> >**brilliant if not altogether relevant quote from 'calvin and hobbes'
>
> >> Who?????
>
> >Calvin and Hobbes are THE greatest comic strip this side of Lily Wong...
>
> Perhaps for your generation...

I'm not exactly a child (in my late 30s actually) but Calvin and Hobbes
is also my favourite comic strip :-)

Annette

Annette Fraser

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No Time Toulouse wrote:

>
> Annette Fraser Wrote:
> >No Time Toulouse wrote:
>
> >> No thanks!
> >> It sounds like Rugrats, South Park, and other stuff of that ilk!
>
> >Nothing like either of them actually. IMO much more subtle and
> >brilliant :-)
>
> Oh, Simpsons, King of the Hill, Beavis and Butthead then.
>
Nothing like them either. For a start, as far as I know, it's not been
animated yet. It's still only accessible in print form. But I may be
wrong :-).

I can't really think of anything it's like. Perhaps more like Bloom
County humour wise?

Annette

Annette Fraser

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No Time Toulouse wrote:
>
> salem Wrote:
>
> >yeah, i have jam and promite on my high shcool chemistry book
>

> I tasted vegemite once. it was AWFUL.
>
Vegemite goooooooood :-) [1]

Annette

[1] Annette remembers her year in America, talking the Americans into
tasting Vegemite then watching their reactions [2]
[2] Annette also remembers her anguish on finding out her American host
mother had 'thrown out that black stuff because it was off!'

salem

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In article <37d01a9b...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> >> >> No thanks!
> >> >> It sounds like Rugrats, South Park, and other stuff of that ilk!
>
> >> >Nothing like either of them actually. IMO much more subtle and
> >> >brilliant :-)
>
> >> Oh, Simpsons, King of the Hill, Beavis and Butthead then.
>
> >Nothing like them either. For a start, as far as I know, it's not been
> >animated yet. It's still only accessible in print form.
>

> You mean it's not TV ??????
>
>
>
> Why didn't y'all SAY so?!?!
> I HATE television!
>
> That's why I don't know what "SALEM" refers to!
>
> So it's a "comic strip" only? That's different.
>
> I'll look for their homepage on the web.
> They must have one, everybody else does!


umm, maybe, but don't be surprised if they don't. the author, Bill
Watterson, is pretty anticommercial :-)
salem

salem

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In article <37cdb8d0...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:


> >> Monty Python's Flying Circus is/was a British comedy troupe of 6
> >> members. One is dead now.
>
> >> They were first on BBC TV in England, then came to America in
> >> 1974.
>
> >> They also have out many books, records, and movies, such as
> >> "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" and
> >> "The Life of Brian"
>
> >> You should be able to find them in most bigger video-tape rental
> >> stores.
>
> >fighting sarcasm with sarcasm..? Well, i guess it could work. Or didn't
> >you realise i was joking???????? grin
>

> Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!
> It's very hard to tell things, when it's just
> "words on a screen".
> --
> Steve
> http://home.att.net/~poge/


sorry sorry sorry sorry. I'm really sorry. I didn't mean to be awful.
salem

salem

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In article <37ceb901...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> salem Wrote:
>
> >yeah, i have jam and promite on my high shcool chemistry book
>

> You're THAT young?????? :-(

no, just that loony. (watch me fly, i'm a loon) loony enough to still
have flashbacks from a minor trauma many yeaars ago :-)
>
>
>
>
> Promite?????


>
> I tasted vegemite once. it was AWFUL.


Couldn't agree more. it's diGUSting. :-) promite is yummy, not as salty,
and sort of sweeter.
salem

ToyCo.

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With big, toothy-teeth!

salem wrote:

> In article <37cdb8d0...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,


> som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
>

William 'carpe rexus dentum et nocturn' Gates

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define "vegemite"...

No Time Toulouse wrote:
>
> Annette Fraser Wrote:
> >No Time Toulouse wrote:
>

> >> I tasted vegemite once. it was AWFUL.
>

> >Vegemite goooooooood :-) [1]
>
> UGH!!!!!!!!!!!


>
> >[1] Annette remembers her year in America, talking the Americans into
> >tasting Vegemite then watching their reactions [2]
> >[2] Annette also remembers her anguish on finding out her American host
> >mother had 'thrown out that black stuff because it was off!'
>

> I don't blame her!
>
> --
> Steve
> http://home.att.net/~poge/

Adam Rafuse

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No Time Toulouse (som...@somewhere.org) wrote:
: salem Wrote:
: >In article <37c90a2c...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

: >som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

: >> This is like Monty Python's Flying Circus!

: >Who is monty python? I dont go to the circus much, well, not ones with
: >animals anyway >:o( I've vaguely heard of the ringling bros, but
: >not the one you mention. Is Mr Python new?

: Monty Python's Flying Circus is/was a British comedy troupe of 6


: members. One is dead now.

: They were first on BBC TV in England, then came to America in
: 1974.

: They also have out many books, records, and movies, such as
: "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" and
: "The Life of Brian"

: You should be able to find them in most bigger video-tape rental
: stores.

As a very silly lurker and ambassader(sp) for the MP newsgroups, i'd like to
point your newsreaders to alt.fan.monty-python. There you should find
some very silly people, not much unlike you. But, if you just want to be
silly, then please visit alt.fan.monty-python.silliness (where i so
happen to be:

Yours ect.
Fuser AKA UCTY of AFMPS

Adam Rafuse

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No Time Toulouse (som...@somewhere.org) wrote:
: Adam Rafuse Wrote:

: >As a very silly lurker and ambassader(sp) for the MP newsgroups, i'd like to

: >point your newsreaders to alt.fan.monty-python. There you should find
: >some very silly people, not much unlike you. But, if you just want to be
: >silly, then please visit alt.fan.monty-python.silliness (where i so
: >happen to be:

: I was there when that newsgroup was created!

: It's gone through many changes.

: I remember Bonnie, and Dave the Bruce.

You mean AFMP or AFMPS? i assume you mean AFMP, cause i remember Bonnie
too... She's gone, as far as i know... Haven't seen much of 'er...

And it HAS been through changes... just last week, there was a newbie
flood... then they all got moved to AFMPS... it didn't really work,
tho... we're still OT...


Yours ect.
Fuser

salem

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In article <37e06961...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:

> salem Wrote:
>
> >many yeaars ago :-)
>
> Sigh...
>
> You must tell me if you're older than I think you are.


but i cant tell you if i'm older than you think i am, cos i dont know how
old you think i am!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :-)


salem...cats have 9 lives anyway, so age is more irrelevant...

Smee

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No Time Toulouse wrote:
>
> salem Wrote:
> >In article <37c90a2c...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

> >som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
>
> >> This is like Monty Python's Flying Circus!
>
> >Who is monty python? I dont go to the circus much, well, not ones with
> >animals anyway >:o( I've vaguely heard of the ringling bros, but
> >not the one you mention. Is Mr Python new?
>
> Monty Python's Flying Circus is/was a British comedy troupe of 6
> members. One is dead now.

Oh no!! WHICH ONE?


>
> They were first on BBC TV in England, then came to America in
> 1974.
>
> They also have out many books, records, and movies, such as
> "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" and
> "The Life of Brian"
>
> You should be able to find them in most bigger video-tape rental
> stores.

> --
> Steve
> http://home.att.net/~poge/

Smee

Smee

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The All Powerful wrote:
>
> No Time Toulouse wrote:
>
> > salem Wrote:
> > >In article <37cad689...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

> > >som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
> >
> > >> >when
> > >> >i was a kid.
> > >> >salem
> > >> You're STILL a kid!
> > >hey, I resent that :-)
> >
> > Sniff...sniff...sniff... :-(
> >
> > >** "Thou dost me wrong! Faith, I know not where i wander. Methinks the
> > >most capricious zephyr hath more design than I. But lo: do not detain me,
> > >for I am resolv'd to quit this place forthwith...by my troth, I am off"
> > >...... by bus, apparantly.....
> >
> > >> And we're on the bus now. Wheeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!

> >
> > >**brilliant if not altogether relevant quote from 'calvin and hobbes'
> >
> > Who?????
>
> BLASPHEMER!!! Not knowing who Calvin and Hobbes are... Shame on thee NTT!!!

> Calvin and Hobbes are THE greatest comic strip this side of Lily Wong...
>
> Get thee to a book shop and buy Homicidal Psycho Jungle Cat now as
> repentance... :o)
> --
> --------------------------------------
> Today's sign of an alcohol problem is:
>
> The bourbon bottle's empty...that's the problem! - Hey...let's go
> get some more!

Nononono, s/he should start with a copy of "Revenge of the Babysat". My
personal fave.

Smee

Bystander

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No Time Toulouse wrote in message
<37c5d557...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>...
>salem Wrote:
>>In article <37c4c79e...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

>>som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
>>> Titania Wrote:
>
>>> >--- kersnip!
>
>>> Ketchup?
>>> Parsnip?
> --
>>hmmph, here in australia we have kersnips, which are parsnips
>>permacultured in ketchup.

>
>You're a looney! :-)
>--
All Australians are!

They are descended from a bunch of convicts who were sent there by the
British because no one else wanted to live there!

Adam Rafuse

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Smee (zi...@hotmail.com) wrote:
: No Time Toulouse wrote:
: >
: > salem Wrote:
: > >In article <37c90a2c...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,

: > >som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
: >
: > >> This is like Monty Python's Flying Circus!

: >
: > >Who is monty python? I dont go to the circus much, well, not ones with
: > >animals anyway >:o( I've vaguely heard of the ringling bros, but
: > >not the one you mention. Is Mr Python new?
: >
: > Monty Python's Flying Circus is/was a British comedy troupe of 6
: > members. One is dead now.

: Oh no!! WHICH ONE?

Graham Chapman ("Brian" in LOB)


Yours ect.
Fuser

Adam Rafuse

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Annette Fraser (am.f...@qut.edu.au) wrote:
: William 'carpe rexus dentum et nocturn' Gates wrote:
: >
: > define "vegemite"...
: >
: Vegemite is a black spread which goes on toast or crackers or bread
: (cheese and Vegemite sandwiches are a favourite). It is a yeast extract
: and is very salty. Other spreads of this ilk are Marmite and Promite
: but Vegemite has a very different taste. Australian kids are weaned
: onto it at birth and then develop a physical and emotional addiction
: which leads to serious neuroses if they are deprived of it at any time.
: Thus, when Australians travel overseas for any length of time, you can
: bet that 90% of them, somewhere in their luggage, will have the lone jar
: of vegemite stashed. Or, if they're away for a very long time, periodic
: panicky requests for more Vegemite will be sent to the relatives and
: friends. The only other Australian foods which are known to precipitate
: this reaction are Tim Tams and Violet Crumbles.

: Annette


It's like the Men W/O Hats song...

"I come from the land down under...


...take a bite from my vegemite sandwich..."


Yours ect.
Fuser

Annette Fraser

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Adam Rafuse

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No Time Toulouse (som...@somewhere.org) wrote:
: Adam Rafuse Wrote:
: >No Time Toulouse (som...@somewhere.org) wrote:
: >: Adam Rafuse Wrote:

: >: >As a very silly lurker and ambassader(sp) for the MP newsgroups, i'd like to
: >: >point your newsreaders to alt.fan.monty-python. There you should find
: >: >some very silly people, not much unlike you. But, if you just want to be
: >: >silly, then please visit alt.fan.monty-python.silliness (where i so
: >: >happen to be:

: >: I was there when that newsgroup was created!
: >: It's gone through many changes.
: >: I remember Bonnie, and Dave the Bruce.

: >You mean AFMP

: Aye!


: >And it HAS been through changes... just last week, there was a newbie

: >flood... then they all got moved to AFMPS... it didn't really work,
: >tho... we're still OT...

: OT could = On topic, or off topic! :-(

off.


Yours ect.
Fuser

Annette Fraser

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No Time Toulouse wrote:
>
> salem Wrote:
>
> >> >animated yet. It's still only accessible in print form.
> >> You mean it's not TV ??????
>
> >> Why didn't y'all SAY so?!?!
> >> I HATE television!
>
> >> That's why I don't know what "SALEM" refers to!
>
> So, you going to tell me????????
>
>
I *think* he's referring to the animatronic cat, Salem, which appears
in the TV series, 'Sabrina, the Teenage Witch'. Salem used to be a
warlock who did something (I can't remember what) and was sentenced to
live out the rest of his life as a cat. However, he still talks and is
a master of the witty one-liner.

Annette

Annette Fraser

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No Time Toulouse wrote:
>
> ToyCo. Wrote:
>
> >With big, toothy-teeth!
>
> POINTY teeth! :-)

NASTY big pointy teeth :-).

Annette

Adam Rafuse

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Annette Fraser (am.f...@qut.edu.au) wrote:

That "Grrr" and "Grrr"!

Yours ect.
Fuser

salem

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In article <7qhidv$vit$1...@news6.svr.pol.co.uk>, "Bystander"
<jo...@kat-house.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:

>
> >>> >--- kersnip!
> >
> >>> Ketchup?
> >>> Parsnip?
> > --
> >>hmmph, here in australia we have kersnips, which are parsnips
> >>permacultured in ketchup.
> >
> >You're a looney! :-)
> >--
> All Australians are!
>
> They are descended from a bunch of convicts who were sent there by the
> British because no one else wanted to live there!

erm, to the contrary, I beleive there was a group of people living here
before the convects came, who actually wanted to live here very much
:-)
salem

salem

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In article <uW3MNzu84Udxc=6wTd8Sk...@4ax.com>, No Time Toulouse
<som...@somewhere.org> wrote:

> salem Wrote:
> >In article <37e06961...@netnews.worldnet.att.net>,


> >som...@somewhere.org (No Time Toulouse) wrote:
>

> >> You must tell me if you're older than I think you are.
>
> >but i cant tell you if i'm older than you think i am, cos i dont know how
> >old you think i am!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :-)
>

> HAHAHOHOHEHE!
> GOTCHA!


yes, yes, of course. do calm down :-) of *course* you run rings around
me logically...............................
salem

salem

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In article <37CC4DF3...@qut.edu.au>, Annette Fraser
<am.f...@qut.edu.au> wrote:

tim tams....gasp, (goes into withdrawl) now i'll have to go to the
shops!! I never have managed my youthful acheivment of 1 packet in 13
minutes again tho....those were the days...sigh....
salem

salem

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In article <JZfMN762Mq3C2l...@4ax.com>, No Time Toulouse
<som...@somewhere.org> wrote:

> Annette Fraser Wrote:
> >No Time Toulouse wrote:
> >> salem Wrote:
>
> >> >> That's why I don't know what "SALEM" refers to!
> >> So, you going to tell me????????
>
> >I *think* he's referring to the animatronic cat,

> ~~~~
>
> Hmmm....
>


hehe, just call me newt...
salem

salem

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In article <wG7MN8CeFNmGjt...@4ax.com>, No Time Toulouse
<som...@somewhere.org> wrote:

> salem Wrote:
>
> >yes, i am all full. i just had a huge dinner...groan :-)
> >salem


>
> >> >I didn't mean to be awful.
>

> >> You're not awful!
>
> Why do you answer at the top instead of at the bottom?!?! :-)
> --
> http://home.att.net/~poge/


i dont, do i?! :-)

Annette Fraser

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