How Do You Eat Spaghetti?



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Marc Goodman wrote:
>
> Kevin S. Wilson wrote:
> > Can . . . someone . . . please tell me . . . what strange . . .
> > mental . . . . deficiency . . . or ailment . . .causes people to . .
> > .. randomly . . .insert ellipses . . . into . . . everything . .. they
> > post to these . . . chat . . . rooms..............................?

>
> I know the answer to this. They write like they think. Fragmentary
> thoughts separated by dead silence.


Or timeplices triggered by a forked process called "May I Take Your
Order.exe"

-CAL
 
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[email protected] wrote:
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> On Thu, 07 Jul 2005 11:37:04 -0400, Chris McGonnell
> <[email protected]> wrote:
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> >On Wed, 06 Jul 2005 15:02:58 -0400, Bob (this one) wrote:
> >
> >>I certainly am. Why just this morning that nice old lady at Walmart told
> >>me that. And I believe her.

> >
> >Wal-Mart, huh?

>
> I missed that post. Did "Bob" try to tell the old joke about the
> woman trolling him into paying for her purchases by calling him "Son."
> That's a good one!


Must have been in the the sporting goods department or do you normally
use 'trolling' in real life communication?

-CAL
 
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Jacob W. Haller

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Cape Cod Bob <[email protected]> wrote:

> On 30 Jun 2005 07:12:53 -0700, "twillis" <[email protected]>
> wrote:
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> >He is also Mightily Entertained, but hasn't mentioned whether he thinks I
> >am the cute.

>
> Thanks for that very helpful, informative, perspicacious and utterly
> worthless post. Take it to a chat room!


I like mittens.

> There are no atheists in foxholes or in Fenway Park in an extra inning
> game.


Foxes believe in a god?

-jwgh

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"I used to be better at logic problems, before I just dumped
them all into TeX and let Knuth pick out the survivors."
-- Plorkwort, 26 September 2004 on alt.religion.kibology
 
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Glenn Knickerbocker

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"Jacob W. Haller" wrote:
> Foxes believe in a god?


Hey, why not? If the two wild and crazy guys don't suffer state-imposed
atheism anymore, I'd think all the foxes would HAVE to believe in God, if
only to counteract their desperate prayers.

Especially the ones with dog poopy on their shoes.

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Otto Bahn

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"Jacob W. Haller" <[email protected]> wrote

> > There are no atheists in foxholes


Kontext-Away was sleeping soundly the first time
this passed through.

> Foxes believe in a god?


It depends on the fox.

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