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Posted by Mikey Pearson on December 17, 2003 06:53:09 UTC

Alan, anonymous Catholic (right?), wrote:
"Actually, the last post was not expected to appear (I was wondering what to say; someone suggested "the answer to life, the universe, and everything (42)", and at one stage I wrote "cheeseburger" then they added to this and accidentally pressed "enter" so now you can figure out whatever....) Comment: I guess they play up the victories of science (e.g. Copernican revolution)? But the alleged defeats get some publicity (polywater)(cold fusion?)
I was taught that religion is temporary; when Heaven and Earth are one then .... Author's (of 'double double cheese...) comment: As to the title of the last post, I have tried them and they are quite delicious. (But I like subway)
splish splash splosh -dolphin

Frothing the water, eh?
At this point the director could say,
1) "Cut -- cut -- cut! Okay, folks, let's try it again. This time, Aurino, don't look so cute --- and try to put some more malice in your voice! Don't forget you're the villain in this scene.
Alan, can you quit splashing and say your lines right for a change? Thanks. And where are the elves?"
2) Who owns "Astronomy" ?
3) Mikey, why don't you get a paying job?

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