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Some Fucker.

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Apr 17, 2002, 9:43:30 PM4/17/02
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Dear Scientists,

So, I have the fucking bitch job of fuck. I forgot to tell that. And I
can't get any other job, because I am on the Enemies List. And also,
that job makes my head bees get angry almost every day. And. BORING.
All the time. As boring as a stupid guy who is a different kind of
stupid from what you are.

And today, I am wearing these different shoes that I don't wear very
much, but they cost me $5, so I figured I'd better wear them
sometimes, but then they are not my regular shoes, so I am all feeling
like a movie star wearing them, like Ernest Borgnine or something in
my dumb fucking shoes, and then I have to wear the dumbass holder
thing with my dumbass picture on it, in case I ever forget for a
minute that I am just a big dumb bag of meat, I can look and find out
all about it all over again.

PLUS, it is over one fucktillion degrees today, and some fucker tries
to race me, plus they have this sign that says "Trucks Trucks Trucks"
or something, plus when I go to work, it says on this one bridge
"PREACH," and on the way home, it says "SLUTS."

I forgot what I was going to say. Oh, yeah. So then, also, today I am
next to a WATER RENTAL TRUCK. WATER RENTAL TRUCK. FUCK YOU, WATER
RENTAL TRUCK!!! FUCK!!! YOU!!!

So, I have this question for scientists for some reasons called NOT
HAVING STUPID JOBS ANYMORE: Is yeast yeast? I mean, are there
fundamental differences in the properties of yeasts that might make
some unsuitable for some purposes, or are they all pretty much yeast?

Plus, what does it mean if your tongue feels like it might fall out?

Love,
A Big Dumb Bag of Meat.


Jim Vandewalker

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Apr 18, 2002, 9:13:32 AM4/18/02
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In article <0dorbukl3cllibra9...@4ax.com>,
Some Fucker. <fuc...@meatrobot.com> wrote:

> Is yeast yeast?

According to Aristotle only 20% of yeAst = yeAst. Hope this helps.

--
Jim the Qrnq Thl

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lot of strange, freaky stuff that no one else understands"?
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John D Salt

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Apr 18, 2002, 10:24:32 AM4/18/02
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Some Fucker. <fuc...@meatrobot.com> wrote in
news:0dorbukl3cllibra9...@4ax.com:

> Dear Scientists,
[Snippikins]


> Love,
> A Big Dumb Bag of Meat.

That post sort of reminded me of something, but I'm not sure
what, exactly.

Do you use the same perfume as Lisa Pea?

All the best,

John.

Ben Wolfson

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Apr 18, 2002, 11:11:11 AM4/18/02
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On Thu, 18 Apr 2002 09:24:32 -0500, John D Salt wrote:

> Do you use the same perfume as Lisa Pea?

$ whois meatrobot.com
[blah blah blah]
Registrant:
Lisa Pea
[blah blah blah]

Can the rejoicing officially begin now?

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BTR
BEN WOLFSON HAS RUINED ROCK MUSIC FOR A GENERATION
-- Crgre Jvyyneq

Glenn Knickerbocker

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Apr 18, 2002, 11:52:46 AM4/18/02
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Ben Wolfson wrote:
> $ whois meatrobot.com
> [blah blah blah]
> Lisa Pea

meatrobot.com says:

> You don't have permission to access / on this server.

WHAT THE HECK GOOD IS A MEAT ROBOT WITH NO SLASH!?!?

ŹR

Joseph Michael Bay

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Apr 18, 2002, 1:16:47 PM4/18/02
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Some Fucker. <fuc...@meatrobot.com> writes:

>So, I have this question for scientists for some reasons called NOT
>HAVING STUPID JOBS ANYMORE: Is yeast yeast? I mean, are there
>fundamental differences in the properties of yeasts that might make
>some unsuitable for some purposes, or are they all pretty much yeast?

Beer yeast isn't so different from baking yeast, but they're
both different from pombe yeast.

Pretty much all yeasts can be used to make alcohol out of sugar,
and this includes the yeast that grows in your c00ter if you are
a girl. And have a yeast infection. It's also a different yeast.

I have not tried brewing beer with cooter yeast but I have made
cider with baking yeast.

>Plus, what does it mean if your tongue feels like it might fall out?

Time to get a new tongue.


--
Joseph M. Bay Lamont Sanford Junior University
Putting the "harm" in molecular pharmacology since 1998
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Do you like http://www.stanford.edu/~jmbay gladiator movies?

WHOSE TITAN ELBOW

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Apr 18, 2002, 12:53:13 PM4/18/02
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[Some Fucker., alt.religion.kibology, Thu, 18 Apr 2002
01:43:30 GMT]

> PLUS, it is over one fucktillion degrees today, and some
> fucker tries to race me, plus they have this sign that says
> "Trucks Trucks Trucks" or something, plus when I go to work,
> it says on this one bridge "PREACH," and on the way home, it
> says "SLUTS."

I used to drive past a train everyday that said "DO NOT SPOON",
in official-looking stencil, but last week they painted over it.

--
"Every now and then when your life gets complicated and the
weasels start closing in, the only real cure is to load up on
heinous chemicals and then drive like a bastard from Hollywood
to Las Vegas." -- Dr. Hunter S. Thompson

nycdewd

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Apr 18, 2002, 9:34:01 PM4/18/02
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Some Fucker. <fuc...@meatrobot.com> wrote in message news:<0dorbukl3cllibra9...@4ax.com>...
> Dear Scientists,
>
> So, I have this question for scientists for some reasons called NOT
> HAVING STUPID JOBS ANYMORE: Is yeast yeast? I mean, are there
> fundamental differences in the properties of yeasts that might make
> some unsuitable for some purposes, or are they all pretty much yeast?

um, YES and sometimes no... but, mostly, kind of.

> Plus, what does it mean if your tongue feels like it might fall out?

well, it means it might.

Fantod

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Apr 19, 2002, 7:06:12 AM4/19/02
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[Jim Vandewalker]:

> According to Aristotle only 20% of yeAst = yeAst. Hope this helps.

According to The Floating Head of Ayn Rand, yeAst is definitely yeAst. This
is unlikely to help.

--
Patrick Phelan
w____\\W//___w Te Hupenui
gaichou - injurious bird
http://choicelogic.com/~phelan/

Otto Bahn

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Apr 19, 2002, 12:57:18 PM4/19/02
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Fantod wrote:
>
> [Jim Vandewalker]:
>
> > According to Aristotle only 20% of yeAst = yeAst. Hope this helps.
>
> According to The Floating Head of Ayn Rand, yeAst is definitely yeAst. This
> is unlikely to help.

YeAst is not YeAUst, however.

--oTTo--

Who is JGAULT

Some Fucker.

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Apr 18, 2002, 10:54:08 PM4/18/02
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On 18 Apr 2002 17:16:47 GMT, jm...@Stanford.EDU (Joseph Michael Bay)
wrote:

>Pretty much all yeasts can be used to make alcohol out of sugar,
>and this includes the yeast that grows in your c00ter if you are
>a girl. And have a yeast infection. It's also a different yeast.

SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP!

You FUCKER. You are giving away my TRADE SECRETS, and now I am going
to SUE YOU LIKE A SCIENTOLOGIST.

I am applying for a patent on not changing your underwear for a long
time and not wiping your butt, and then making bread and ginger beer
out of your butt plants, and also on making little kings and shit in
bottles, like they had in Bride of Frankenstein.

Also, since you know so much, could you, like, grow a plant inside
your body that would live on your waste and then supply you with
nutrients sufficient to survive, and then it would go into more waste
and so on? Like, so you could be completely self-contained, and get
your mouth and nose and your parts all sewn up? Or would you have to
have, like, two kinds of plants? I HAVE ALSO INVENTED THAT PLANT OR
THOSE TWO DIFFERENT PLANTS, BY THE WAY, IN CASE YOU WERE THINKING
ABOUT STEALING THIS IDEA TOO.

>>Plus, what does it mean if your tongue feels like it might fall out?
>
>Time to get a new tongue.

I think it might mean that the meat in my head isn't being kept cool
enough or something, and it's starting to smell bad and make pieces of
it fall off.

I don't actually have a yeast infection yet, in case you are thinking
THAT.

The thing about my head rotting is already happening, though.

David DeLaney

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Apr 21, 2002, 11:34:39 PM4/21/02
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On Wed, 17 Apr 2002 19:43:30 -0600, Some Fucker. <fuc...@meatrobot.com> wrote:
>Dear Scientists,
>
>So, I have the fucking bitch job of fuck. I forgot to tell that. And I
>can't get any other job, because I am on the Enemies List.

Welcome to my world, sorry. (Welcome back actually, WE MISSED YOU LIKE FUKK!)

>And also,
>that job makes my head bees get angry almost every day. And. BORING.

Do they chatter like squirrel while angry? Or merely buzz, like rabbit?

>And today, I am wearing these different shoes that I don't wear very
>much, but they cost me $5, so I figured I'd better wear them
>sometimes, but then they are not my regular shoes, so I am all feeling
>like a movie star wearing them, like Ernest Borgnine or something in
>my dumb fucking shoes, and then I have to wear the dumbass holder
>thing with my dumbass picture on it, in case I ever forget for a
>minute that I am just a big dumb bag of meat, I can look and find out
>all about it all over again.

Well, may be if you shine up the shoes, you can just look over and down and
find that out and they can let you dispense with la fotografia?

>PLUS, it is over one fucktillion degrees today, and some fucker tries
>to race me,

Soon it will be cool again, they say. But later HOT HOT for the summer.
Cruel, cruel summer.

>plus they have this sign that says "Trucks Trucks Trucks"

Need I say how IWPT?

>or something, plus when I go to work, it says on this one bridge
>"PREACH," and on the way home, it says "SLUTS."

...I like your neighborhood. "Preach it, sistren!" "Yeah-us!"

>I forgot what I was going to say. Oh, yeah. So then, also, today I am
>next to a WATER RENTAL TRUCK. WATER RENTAL TRUCK. FUCK YOU, WATER
>RENTAL TRUCK!!! FUCK!!! YOU!!!

They probably don't make as much money as the beer rental trucks.

>So, I have this question for scientists for some reasons called NOT
>HAVING STUPID JOBS ANYMORE: Is yeast yeast? I mean, are there
>fundamental differences in the properties of yeasts that might make
>some unsuitable for some purposes, or are they all pretty much yeast?

They can mutate, yes, and either stop growing pretty much at all, or
grow like crazy but give off The Wrong Gases Entirely making your bread
into acetone-pita instead, sure.

>Plus, what does it mean if your tongue feels like it might fall out?

You need to drink some of that water, or at least some beer.

>Love,
>A Big Dumb Bag of Meat.

Dave "we love you too, and anxiously await your signature reappearing" DeLaney
--
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It's not the clock that slows the hour The definition's plain for anyone to see
Love is all it takes to make a family" - R&P. VISUALIZE HAPPYNET VRbeable<BLINK>
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David DeLaney

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Apr 21, 2002, 11:35:28 PM4/21/02
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On Thu, 18 Apr 2002 10:11:11 -0500, Ben Wolfson <wol...@uchicago.edu> wrote:
>On Thu, 18 Apr 2002 09:24:32 -0500, John D Salt wrote:
>> Do you use the same perfume as Lisa Pea?
>$ whois meatrobot.com
>[blah blah blah]
>Registrant:
> Lisa Pea
>[blah blah blah]
>
>Can the rejoicing officially begin now?

You are LATE sir! Style will out!

Dave "this is why it's hard to disguise your average k00k, also" DeLaney

David DeLaney

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Apr 21, 2002, 11:37:16 PM4/21/02
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Some Fucker. <fuc...@meatrobot.com> wrote:
>Also, since you know so much, could you, like, grow a plant inside
>your body that would live on your waste and then supply you with
>nutrients sufficient to survive, and then it would go into more waste
>and so on? Like, so you could be completely self-contained, and get
>your mouth and nose and your parts all sewn up? Or would you have to
>have, like, two kinds of plants? I HAVE ALSO INVENTED THAT PLANT OR
>THOSE TWO DIFFERENT PLANTS, BY THE WAY, IN CASE YOU WERE THINKING
>ABOUT STEALING THIS IDEA TOO.

Spider Robinson did this, and made it silver. I am fairly sure you're
doing it better than him, though shorter, though.

>I think it might mean that the meat in my head isn't being kept cool
>enough or something, and it's starting to smell bad and make pieces of
>it fall off.

BRAAAAAAANES

>The thing about my head rotting is already happening, though.

Dave "BRAAAAAANES!!1!" DeLaney

PS: Is it, perchance, driving yer nuts? I need to know for a memorandum at work.

Francesco Benvenuto

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Apr 22, 2002, 9:00:45 AM4/22/02
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In article <slrnac70i...@gatekeeper.vic.com>,
David DeLaney <d...@gatekeeper.vic.com> wrote:

>Spider Robinson did this

It wasn't Spider, but his evil twin brother Stick-Insect Robinson.

If you could speak to minerals, including silver, would you?
--
fB "Le frasi di pochi ministri non fanno testo" - Silvio Berlusconi

David DeLaney

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Apr 23, 2002, 4:42:53 PM4/23/02
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On 22 Apr 2002 15:00:45 +0200, Francesco Benvenuto <fbenv...@tin.it> wrote:
>David DeLaney <d...@gatekeeper.vic.com> wrote:
>>Spider Robinson did this
>
>It wasn't Spider, but his evil twin brother Stick-Insect Robinson.
>
>If you could speak to minerals, including silver, would you?

Hmmm. If I could, that would mean my comp00ter could read your posts to me
whilst I lay about in bed, munching on chips lovingly dipt in Krogers
frenchonion chip dip.

Hmmm.

No, I think we're not ready for that level of decadence quite yet. Try me
again in 2008?

Dave

Otto Bahn

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Apr 23, 2002, 8:44:41 PM4/23/02
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David DeLaney wrote:
>
> On 22 Apr 2002 15:00:45 +0200, Francesco Benvenuto <fbenv...@tin.it> wrote:
> >David DeLaney <d...@gatekeeper.vic.com> wrote:
> >>Spider Robinson did this
> >
> >It wasn't Spider, but his evil twin brother Stick-Insect Robinson.
> >
> >If you could speak to minerals, including silver, would you?
>
> Hmmm. If I could, that would mean my comp00ter could read your posts to me
> whilst I lay about in bed, munching on chips lovingly dipt in Krogers
> frenchonion chip dip.
>
> Hmmm.
>
> No, I think we're not ready for that level of decadence quite yet. Try me
> again in 2008?

I'm ready. Let 'er rip!

--oTTo--

Gregory King

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Apr 23, 2002, 10:49:03 PM4/23/02
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In article <slrnacbi9...@gatekeeper.vic.com>,
David DeLaney <d...@gatekeeper.vic.com> wrote:

> Hmmm. If I could, that would mean my comp00ter could read your posts to me
> whilst I lay about in bed, munching on chips lovingly dipt in Krogers

^while being
> frenchonion chip dip.

HTH!

--
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(_|(_)|_) Greg
_/ \_ http://flyingpawn.com
|_____|

Andrew Pearson

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Apr 24, 2002, 3:39:26 PM4/24/02
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Gregory King wrote:
>
> In article <slrnacbi9...@gatekeeper.vic.com>,
> David DeLaney <d...@gatekeeper.vic.com> wrote:
>
> > Hmmm. If I could, that would mean my comp00ter could read your posts to me
> > whilst I lay about in bed, munching on chips lovingly dipt in Krogers
> ^while being
> > frenchonion chip dip.
>

I have to admit that for a second or two there I was convinced that a
"frenchonion" was a particle, like an Ion or a quaternion or one of
those other science-type things.

--
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Willard on 21/05/2000

Eb Oesch

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Apr 25, 2002, 10:44:45 PM4/25/02
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Some Fucker. <fuc...@meatrobot.com> wrote in message news:<g10vbug5eo87oiam2...@4ax.com>...

> >>Plus, what does it mean if your tongue feels like it might fall out?
> >

Yank your tongue out now. If you let it rot until it falls apart in
the tongue fairy's gentle hands, then the tongue fairy will shit on
your pillow, or down your throat like it was a leprechaun outhouse
with a warm, wet Irish summer breeze.

When your adult tongue grows in, you can haul broken-down trucks with
it.

David DeLaney

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Apr 25, 2002, 10:57:40 PM4/25/02
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Andrew Pearson <apea...@pt.lu> wrote:

>Gregory King wrote:
>> David DeLaney <d...@gatekeeper.vic.com> wrote:
>> > Hmmm. If I could, that would mean my comp00ter could read your posts to me
>> > whilst I lay about in bed, munching on chips lovingly dipt in Krogers
>> ^while being
>> > frenchonion chip dip.
>
>I have to admit that for a second or two there I was convinced that a
>"frenchonion" was a particle, like an Ion or a quaternion or one of
>those other science-type things.

My work here is done.

Dave "NEXT THREAD!" DeLaney

PS: They're measured in \"Asimovs, right?

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