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From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 29 Apr 10 13:11
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Disenchantment is seen everywhere now Conservatives have a narrow (tiny) majority; everybody now terrified.

Iain

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 28 Apr 10 07:02
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Archibald relates coarse histories, including bastards and lewd diatribes

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From General Discussion / This is the First
Posted 27 Apr 10 12:04
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...games of chance using....

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From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 27 Apr 10 07:24
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Nice use of a hyphen JO!

Socialists or conservatives incite angry liberals insisting sugar tastes sweeter

Iain

 
From General Discussion / This is the First
Posted 27 Apr 10 07:18
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....the pretence and admit...

Iain

 
From General Discussion / Cats or Dogs
Posted 27 Apr 10 07:16
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A recent study by New Scientist (presumably in an attempt to win an Ignoble prize), concluded that the average dog is more intelligent than the average cat. Which was quite surprising.

But it basically comes down to dogs can read human emotions, understand a variety of words, have concepts of colour and shape, can follow a pointed finger and recognise self when looking in a mirror, one of only a few animals that can (whales, dolphins, crows, elephants, dogs and people). Dogs have different barks that are understood by other dogs, and when you live with them long enough, people can also understand them, plus when barking at a human, they bark differently in Spanish speaking countries than English speaking ones, with some dogs displaying bi-lingual abilities in mixed speaking households.

Cat people claim that dogs are less intelligent because they can be trained. Does that make cats more intelligent than McDonald's staff? Oh, ok, probably does, doesn't it?

Iain

 
From General Discussion / This is the First
Posted 26 Apr 10 12:13
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....somewhere hopefully a long way from where he was....

Iain

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 25 Apr 10 10:21
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Troublesome ravines offer unusual bridges letting everybody swing over massive emptiness.

Iain

 
From General Discussion / This is the First
Posted 25 Apr 10 10:19
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...painting nude...

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From General Discussion / Spoofing Small Towns
Posted 24 Apr 10 22:53
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Strangest combination I saw was in Blackburn, NorthWest UK

Prams and Vinyl records.

Iain

 
From General Discussion / This is the First
Posted 23 Apr 10 16:27
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...less but had great sentimental value to his...

Iain

 
From General Discussion / This is the First
Posted 23 Apr 10 13:13
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...playing this endlessly circulating game on the...

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From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 23 Apr 10 13:12
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Monkey on nuts keeps excreting yellowness

Iain

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 23 Apr 10 08:05
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sarcasm: a rîposte critîquè, a sardonic mocking

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From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 22 Apr 10 07:21
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Substantiated unknown beliefs strive to a nirvana that I attained to explained dogma

Iain

 
From General Discussion / This is the First
Posted 22 Apr 10 07:17
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...a sprig of broccoli to go with my bunch of....

Iain

 
From General Discussion / This is the First
Posted 21 Apr 10 12:04
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....turn purple after drinking....

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From General Discussion / This is the First
Posted 21 Apr 10 08:18
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...the 2012 Olympics doing the 100metre...

Iain

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 21 Apr 10 08:16
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Ladygroup, any dainty young girls reading our unusual publications

Iain

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 20 Apr 10 16:03
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Science can investigate every nuance, cosmos explained!

Iain

 
From General Discussion / This is the First
Posted 20 Apr 10 16:01
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...Ronald McDonald, the clown that serves...

Iain

 
From News Discussion / Polish Military Scientists Build Helium Bomb
Posted 20 Apr 10 07:53
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I must admit, the punchline I *was* expecting was along the lines of:

...After an initial successful launch, the scientists in charge admitted defeat when they couldn't stop the bomb from floating up near the ceiling.

So well done in confounding my expectations! 5*

Iain

 
From General Discussion / This is the First
Posted 20 Apr 10 07:32
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...humanitarian aids being imported in instead of....

Iain

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 20 Apr 10 07:31
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Decibels echo constantly in bare empty landfill sites

Iain

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 19 Apr 10 12:24
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Egotism gives others time inspecting splendid me!

Iain

 
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