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Saw local election sign: "Leonard Christian". This is how the first atheist gets elected US President.
Also, changing your middle name to "comma" wouldn't hurt. - Ken Morley
Vote Christian / American Bald Eagle Yes An Actual Talking Bird 2016 - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Thanks to @dendroica I learned this is a Red-legged Honeycreeper and he's a beauty!
Thanks to @dendroica I learned this is a Red-legged Honeycreeper and he's a beauty!
That's one pretty bird. - SAM
I caught another photo with the female too but it wasn't as clear as this one. - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
Meh, the female was probably super drab by comparison right? - SAM
She was green and about the same size. Not drab at all! - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
Actually I think this is the female: - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
^But only John can confirm this. :P - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Yeah, that looks like the female. - John (bird whisperer)
She's pretty neat looking too. That's a fun feeder as well. Still gotta give dude a +1 for the radiant blue, that's flash. - SAM
Plumage like that and they name it for the *legs*? - Deborah Fitchett
^ I chortled. :) - Ken Morley
The legs are the feature that most distinguishes it from other honeycreepers whose males are some combination of black and brilliant blue (like the Blue Dacnis). - John (bird whisperer)
I googled and the Green Honeycreeper is the most beautiful teal green I've ever seen. - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
Wow! - Amit Patel
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Fun Fact: Lettuce is a legal psychotropic
I was wondering about the wisdom of juicing bolted lettuce leaves and stems and came across this: - Ken Morley
"Lactucarium is the milky fluid secreted by several species of lettuce, especially Lactuca virosa, usually from the base of the stems. Lactucarium is known as lettuce opium because of its sedative and analgesic properties. It has been reported to promote a mild sensation of euphoria, but Lactuca virosa is poisonous,[citation needed] and at least one fatality has occurred during an... more... - Ken Morley
"Although lactucarium has faded from general use as a pain reliever, it remains available, sometimes promoted as a legal psychotropic. The seed of ordinary lettuce, Lactuca sativa, is still used in Avicenna's native Iran as a folk medicine, and a crude extract of the seeds was shown to have analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects in standard formalin and carrageenan tests of laboratory rats" - Ken Morley
I'm sure a few leaves won't kill me. I'll report back on any sensations of euphoria. ;) - Ken Morley
Andrew C (✔)
Why do rugs creep in one direction? Most of the time they get an equal amount of foot traffic in opposite directions, I'd imagine.
The same reason for all asymmetry in the universe. Whichever direction it starts off in is random but self-reinforcing. - Victor Ganata
Also, the nap. :) - Ken Morley
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At Dawn... We Ride!
We are the Knights who say Zucchini - Pete
The Knights who say Cucumber blow our noses at the Knights who say Zucchini. Go and boil your bottoms, you sons of a silly person! :) - Ken Morley
This is why I fail at gardens ;) - Pete
It's an English cucumber, so you have no excuse. :) - Ken Morley
Pfft - Pete
Victor Ganata
"What kind of depraved person hates Canadians?"
^^ I snort-laughed. - joey
After seeing fish and chips as your main menu options for a month, it does cross your mind. - Todd Hoff
After international travel, I accept being called 'depraved'. - Anika from Android
We can be pretty annoying. :) - Ken Morley
Where's the quote from? - Brent Schaus
LOL, from a Tinder profile. - Victor Ganata
Sorry? - Brent Schaus from FFHound!
I've liked most Canadians I've met, but customer service in Alberta was...bad. - Jenny H. from Android
Customer service in AB? Never heard of it. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
MICHAH knows. - Jenny H. from Android
Especially reminded by contrast as we travel Idaho, Washington. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
What is not to love? - MoTO: Tufted Coqeutte from Android
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Fun Fact: Rule 110 is Turing complete -
Fun Fact: Rule 110 is Turing complete
"In mathematics and computability theory, an elementary cellular automaton is a one-dimensional cellular automaton where there are two possible states (labeled 0 and 1) and the rule to determine the state of a cell in the next generation depends only on the current state of the cell and its two immediate neighbors. As such it is one of the simplest possible models of computation. Nevertheless, there is an elementary cellular automaton which is capable of universal computation." - Ken Morley from Bookmarklet
"The Rule 110 cellular automaton is an elementary cellular automaton with interesting behavior on the boundary between stability and chaos. In this respect it is similar to Game of Life. Rule 110 is known to be Turing complete. This implies that, in principle, any calculation or computer program can be simulated using this automaton." - Ken Morley
"Rule 110 exhibits what Wolfram calls "Class 4 behavior", which is neither completely stable nor completely chaotic. Localized structures appear and interact in various complicated-looking ways." - Ken Morley
Ah, I must be reading the same book Todd read last year. - Ken Morley
What about rule 34? - Steve and 4 other people
Always wear a rule 34 tie with a rule 36 shirt. - Ken Morley
But rule 30 is much more interesting :) - Ken Morley
Coffee Around the World: How Turkish People Drink Coffee — Smart Coffee for Regular Joes | The Kitchn -
Coffee Around the World: How Turkish People Drink Coffee — Smart Coffee for Regular Joes | The Kitchn
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Eivind really likes Turkish coffee. :) - Jenny H. from Android
I love Turkish coffee :) - Mahdi
I haven't tried it yet, but I'm looking forward to when I do. :) - Jenny H. from Android
I love it too - Shevonne from iPhone
The first cup of coffee I ever had was a Turkish coffee. Now I'm hooked. :) - Ken Morley
I LOVE Turkish coffee. - Bren from iPhone
Me, too. Especially with real turkish delight... with pistachio and such. - Brent Schaus
I've never tried the fortune reading, that sounds like fun. Bookmarked for future reference :) >> - Ken Morley
There's a Turkish proverb that coffee lovers adore to quote, especially if you're the type that likes to take your coffee black: "Coffee should be black as hell, strong as death and sweet as love." never heard of it. - akaşa
kandırmışlar elin gavurunu - acaib
ahaha acayip - püsünklet
Ben de Türk Kahvesini severim. - Terra Barselonevî from Android
ben de sporcunun zeki, çevik ve ahlaklısını severim - babeuf
History of coffee an article - Terra Barselonevî from Android
bg bulgarca oluyomuş. - hia
ya, teyzem girit'ten kahve getirdi. bi acayip o.O suda çözülüyor o.O kavrulmuş kahve o.O - hia
непростые коротышки
"Canada was among the worst nations in terms of the 'number of vehicle miles traveled per person.' Well yeah, because we have, like, 10 million km^2 and only 35 million people. :P - Ken Morley
the funny part is that they averaged whole EU into one average piece, while Germany kept aside ;) - непростые коротышки
Victor Ganata
Carl Sagan denied being an atheist. So what did he believe? [Part 1] - WaPo
This is pretty close to my own thinking. I can't really explain why, but claiming 100% certainty when you have 99.95% +/- 0.05% certainty just seems problematic to me. - Victor Ganata
From a broader perspective, this seems to be discussing the fine line between denialism and scientific skepticism: "If you’re only skeptical, then no new ideas make it through to you. You never learn anything. You become a crotchety misanthrope convinced that nonsense is ruling the world. (There is, of course, much data to support you.)" - Victor Ganata
"Since major discoveries at the borderlines of science are rare, experiences will tend to confirm your grumpiness. But every now and then a new idea turns out to be on the mark, valid and wonderful. If you’re too resolutely and uncompromisingly skeptical, you’re going to miss (or resent) the transforming discoveries in science, and either way, you will be obstructing understanding and progress. Mere skepticism is not enough." - Victor Ganata
In science, you can't just say "No, that's not true" and expect people to take you seriously. You also have to explain what's actually happening. - Victor Ganata
Scientists and Belief - The poll was done 5 years ago, but still relevant: - Ken Morley
"An atheist is someone who has compelling evidence that there is no Judeo-Christian-Islamic God." That seems, implicitly, to be the common understanding of "atheist" in the US. Maybe without the "Islamic" part, as that religion is obviously made up. - Eivind from Android
Reminded me of this: " What gets called “philosophy of religion” in most philosophy departments and journals is really the philosophy of Abrahamic religion: basically, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Most of the questions addressed in those discussions are simply irrelevant to most of the world’s other religious traditions. Philosophers look at other religious traditions with the... more... - Eivind from Android
Andrew C (✔)
NYC Approves Apartment Building With Separate Entrance for Poor People -
NYC Approves Apartment Building With Separate Entrance for Poor People
"It would be difficult to come with a more on-the-nose metaphor for New York City's income inequality problem than the new high-rise apartment building coming to 40 Riverside Boulevard, which will feature separate doors for regular, wealthy humans and whatever you call the scum that rents affordable housing." - Andrew C (✔) from Bookmarklet
>.< - Jenny H. from Android
Ken Morley
It's like watching Rocky IV - Greg GuitarBuster
Sometimes you gotta know when to quit. - Ken Morley
Well if Rocky keeps getting back up, who really wins? - MoTO: Tufted Coqeutte
Katy S
"Most postmodernists blame the decline of the dracono-bardic tradition on the sudden and soaring popularity of the Beatles." - The Story of Owen: Dragon Slayer of Trondheim by e. k. Johnson
Trondheim, Norway? :) - Eivind from Android
Trondheim, Lousiana, of course, Eivind. - Uli
There's a Trondheim in the Deep South? - Eivind from Android
No, there isn't to my knowledge. :-D - Uli
Canada. - Katy S from iPhone
Also, in this novel Michigan is a wasteland populated by dragon hatching grounds and it's all Henry Ford's fault as dragons are attracted to carbon emissions. - Katy S from iPhone
There's probably a Trondheim in Saskatchewan... where all the women are strong, all the men are good looking, and all the children are above average. :) - Ken Morley
I'm pretty sure there were self-referential Canada jokes in here I did not get. - Katy S from iPhone
Ken Morley
Granville Island Panorama
Is it hot in the city, Ken? - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
I think it was up to about 30º today. It was very pleasant near the water. :) - Ken Morley
My daughter moved to an apartment in Kitsilano last year; just a short walk to the beach. It gives us an excuse to visit the area more frequently. - Ken Morley
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"Send someone to fetch us; we're in Canada..."
Years ago, my dad had some relatives visiting from England. They landed in Halifax and wanted him to come pick them up. He had to explain that Vancouver was 4,000 miles away. :) - Ken Morley
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The yeast is bubbling away nicely! #plumwineproject
I added sultana raisins to help with the body and also some strong tea to increase the tannins. I hope I didn't overdo it. - Ken Morley
If I end up with crappy wine, I figure I can always turn it into brandy. In fact part of me is hoping it fails, because I'd really like to build one of these :) - Ken Morley
Some friends have said they're having an open house over Christmas this year but that everyone's got to bring something homemade. This is partly because they've bought a cider press and want to make some. We've just started some strawberry wine to take around. It's the first time we've done this in maybe five years and we've decided to play around with the sugars, mixing dark and light muscovado with some golden sugar. We think it should be approaching a sweet sherry by Christmas. - Mark H
I can see how a hobbyist can really get into wine making, as there seems to be an infinite number of parameters you can adjust to produce the perfect vintage. :) But the feedback loop can be a little on the long side. Most of my plum wine sources are recommending 6 months - 2 years before consuming! I may need to sample sooner. :) - Ken Morley
In the past we've always used the "can you see your hand through the other side of the demijohn?" method to tell when the wine was done. But because we're impatient it's not been unheard of for us to have a "glass of cloudy" every now and then too. - Mark H
That's a good method! I've put on enough for 50 bottles, so if I end up sampling frequently I should still have a few left to age for a year or two. :) - Ken Morley
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The Good Country Index -
The Good Country Index
"The idea of the Good Country Index is pretty simple: to measure what each country on earth contributes to the common good of humanity, and what it takes away. Using a wide range of data from the U.N. and other international organisations, we’ve given each country a balance-sheet to show at a glance whether it’s a net creditor to mankind, a burden on the planet, or something in between." - Ken Morley from Bookmarklet
" Q: Some of these indicators seem a bit arbitrary. How did you choose them? A: Although more and more reliable data about countries is collected every year, it’s still patchy. So we have to be pretty clever about using the good, robust, available data as ‘tokens’ for the qualities we’re looking for. Most of the indicators we use are very direct measurements of world-friendly or... more... - Ken Morley
" Q: Surely some of the behaviours you include have more impact than others. How do you allow for this? A: At the moment we don’t, because it’s largely a matter of opinion whether, for example, emitting CO2 does more harm to humanity than invading another country. For this reason, all the data is weighted equally when calculating the final results. Something we’re considering for later... more... - Ken Morley
" Q: This is surely a very incomplete picture of the world. You can’t possibly reduce a country’s entire contribution to humanity and the planet down to 35 indicators. A: We know, we know. But it’s a start, and we welcome constructive contributions. It will probably never be possible to give a complete answer on any of these issues, but it’s surely better to get the debate going than to keep silent. " - Ken Morley
1. Ireland, 2. Finland, 3. Switzerland, 4. Netherlands, 5. New Zealand... I think I see a pattern here. - Ken Morley
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The plum wine project
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I've picked nearly 300 lbs already, and there's at least that amount still on the tree. I thought I should try making wine this year. #plumwineproject - Ken Morley
I'm getting really fast at pitting plums, and I still have all my fingers! - Ken Morley
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Canadian Netflix Hell -
Canadian Netflix Hell
"I'm American, but I've spent a big chunk of the last eight years in Canada, first for affordable education, and then for love. Canada is a gentle foster motherland, suckling me on her polite, maple-flavored bosom. But Netflix here is some bootleg FUBAR bullshit." - Ken Morley from Bookmarklet
"My long (non)-national nightmare with Canadian Netflix began two years ago, when I left the U.S. for Toronto. I'd lived in Montreal years before, but Netflix streaming wasn't a thing then. [Sidebar: I can't even imagine how shitty a Netflix: Quebec would be if the province ever fulfilled its separatist goals. It would literally just be the movie C.R.A.Z.Y. and old clips of Bon Cop Bad... more... - Ken Morley
"I tried to stave off my homesickness by introducing my Canadian friends to the liberal '90s screwball utopia of The West Wing, but apparently Canada hasn't forgiven Sorkin for Studio 60. Parks and Recreation, 30 Rock, and Louie all vanished north of the 49th parallel. Altogether, Canada has fewer than half the available titles that the U.S. version of Netflix offers, which is probably... more... - Ken Morley
"Most Canadians I know get sweaty palms about jaywalking but don't think twice about rerouting their Netflix to the south, because if there's anything worse than not having something you want, it's not having something you want and watching your neighbor enjoy it" - Ken Morley
"fewer than half" - where's the data supporting this percentage statement? - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
"My friends were referring to the 10,000 titles that American Netflix users enjoy, in contrast to the options available on Netflix Canada, which currently amounts to about 4,000." - - Andrew C (✔)
I used to bemoan the (relative) lack of choice on Netflix. Then, I stopped watching it so much. Now, it's just right :) - Brent Schaus
Andrew, SEAN FITZGERALD, columnist, states the numbers but doesn't cite a source. - Micah
Netflix. The stuff people in the sticks can only dream of. (Friends living in these things called cities are raving about it.) - Stephan Planken from iPhone
It's good for old series, but the movies pretty much suck. Also, the interfaces on various boxes (e.g. Apple TV, TiVo, Roku) also kind of suck. Come to think of it, I should really cancel my subscription. The TV I spend the most time watching is SF Giants games. - Professor A.I.
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Scientists are beginning to figure out why Conservatives are... conservative. Basically they're scared by everything. -
Scientists are beginning to figure out why Conservatives are... conservative. Basically they're scared by everything.
"There is by now evidence from a variety of laboratories around the world using a variety of methodological techniques leading to the virtually inescapable conclusion that the cognitive-motivational styles of leftists and rightists are quite different. This research consistently finds that conservatism is positively associated with heightened epistemic concerns for order, structure, closure, certainty, consistency, simplicity, and familiarity, as well as existential concerns such as perceptions of danger, sensitivity to threat, and death anxiety." - Ken Morley from Bookmarklet
"One possibility," note the authors, "is that a strong negativity bias was extremely useful in the Pleistocene," when it would have been super-helpful in preventing you from getting killed. - Ken Morley
I could use some cheering up. Anybody got some silly jokes or videos to share?
Hello! I'm here to make your Monday suck less. - Betsy
Q: Who cleans up the ocean? A: The mermaid. - Katy S
Fainting goats (an oldie but goodie): - Jaclyn aka spamgirl
Three guys walk into a bar. The fourth one ducks. - Hookuh Tinypants
The Past, the Present, and the Future walk into a bar. It was tense. - Betsy
Did you see the new tacky video from Wierd Al? - Joe
Pretty good. Keep em coming. - Marie
How do you feel about Comic Sans? - Joe
Q: What happened to the frog that parked illegally? A: He was toad away. - Katy S
Q: What is a baby's favourite constellation? A: The Big Diaper! - Big Joe Silence
Q: What kinds of pants do clouds wear? A: THUNDERWEAR! - Big Joe Silence
Q: How do you make a tissue dance? A: Put a little boogie in it. - Big Joe Silence
Q: What's a duck's favourite afternoon snack? A: Cheese and quackers! - Big Joe Silence
Q: What do you call a faerie who doesn't like to bathe? A: Stinker Bell! - Big Joe Silence
You could listen to new Weird Al: - Brian Johns
Did you hear about the dyslexic who walked into the bra? - Janet
Knock knock! Who's there? I done up. - Melly
This makes me laugh every time. - Ken Morley
LOL - Marie
happy birthday. is that cheery? - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
Todd Hoff
Ever notice how toilet seats get flipped from up to down and down to up between visits, even though you know nobody has been in the bathroom? After much research I've found that toiled seats are entangled. So when one seat even half way across the universe is flipped the entangled seat follows. Spooky. I plan to make a supercomputer from these.
I would posit that either a) You don't know that nobody has been in the bathroom or b) Your memories of visits to the bathroom are getting out of sync. Because otherwise, screw the supercomputer, you could make a teleporter out of these, and I don't think we're far enough into the future for that yet. - Slippy: Potato Croquette
Does SETI know about this? - Ken Morley
As usual ken they are keeping a lid on it. - Todd Hoff
Sloppy, the way to teleport would be through the toilet and that shit ain't gonna fly. - Todd Hoff
We'd hope it wouldn't fly, otherwise it might hit the fan. - April Russo
Is you name a song title?
Melissa by The Allman Brothers - - Melly
Victoria by The Kinks - vicster: full-bodied
There's several songs for my first name, but as far as I know none for the name I actually use. - Kirsten
I'd be very surprised if it was. - Eivind
Sadly yes ... the song is about an Irish Setter that drowned at sea. - Shannon - GlassMistress
Yes. Quite a few, even: - ellbeecee
My nickname is part of song titles (e.g., Sweet Betsy from Pike), but the only song I can find after a very quick search online is something called Betsy the Tractor. I doubt there are any songs named my actual first name. - Betsy
ellbeecee's link tells me there an Andrews Sisters / Bing Crosby song called "Betsy." - Betsy
Rockin' Robin is the only one I'm aware of... - WebGoddess
None that I'm aware of. - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
Air Supply did Amanda, Al Jolson and Barry Manilow both did a Mandy. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
^ And Boston! - Melly
Maybe I confused the two? I don't actually know the song. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
*sits with Ellbeecee and sings* - Big Fat Yeast Roll!
I don't think so. :-D - Uli
hey, Dolly Parton did a song "Christina" ... - Christina Pikas
I didn't think there was, but sure enough, there are quite a few listed on allmusic! *struts* - Corinne L
this reminds me that i should make a spotify playlist of my "holly songs" lists. - holly #ravingfangirl
867-5309, baby. - Jenny H. from Android
*joins the other Lauras* - Lola Bean (Penguin) from iPhone
On the subject of Amandas, let's not forget 10cc's "I'm Mandy, Fly Me" - Slippy: Potato Croquette
Valerie by James Darren, Valerie by Steve Winwood, Valerie by Quaterflash, Valerie by Panic at the Disco, Valerie by Amy Winehouse just some of them. - MAMA VAL#GOSCARLETTGO
no and my mama ain't a llama either. - MoTO: Tufted Coqeutte
Too many, and none that I would lay claim to. - Hookuh Tinypants
Not that I'm aware of. - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
Yep. Tennessee Jed - Jed
I luh you Ell Bee, but I'mma have to fire both those entries. The first one is not even music and the second is just Michael Brecker apparently having a psychotic episode on what looks to be a Playschool woodwind instrument. I still have no song. - MoTO: Tufted Coqeutte
Nope. But my mom's name is Barbara Ann. =) - Yvonne from FFHound!
mine no, but my mama's name is Mary and a guy she dated when I was in high school and I used to sing "The Wind Cries Mary" to her all the time b/c she didn't know the song and we were both shocked about that. - t-ra: WeirdnessSandwich
MY daughter just reminded me of Valerie by Jerry Garcia - MAMA VAL#GOSCARLETTGO
"Hey Joe" (where you goin' with that gun in your hand?) - Big Joe Silence
Say it ain't so, Joe. :-) - Betsy
Probably the closest is Jennifer Juniper - Jennifer Dittrich
@Holly: for your list of "holly songs," do you include the Christmas ones? Or is that a separate list for the season? - Betsy
Marianne by Leonard Cohen; Marianne by Terry Gilkyson (covered by many, including Harry Belafonte); Marianne by The Carousels. There is also an opera called Marianne Dreams, which I haven't seen. I did read the book it was based on (and quite enjoyed doing so). - Marianne
Yes, it is an old song called Jason Fleming - Joe Hardy from Android
There are so many. "Ken-tucky Woman", "How Can You Mend A Bro-ken Heart", "Fran-ken-stein"... - Ken Morley
Glen, you got a whole musician! - Big Fat Yeast Roll! from Android
Andrew C (✔)
How to speak Canadian: nine terms that confuse the English-speaking world
(Speaking of 'parkade'...) - Andrew C (✔) from Android
"It's not butter, it's parkade!" - Micah
Didn't realized 'hooped' was so obscure to even most Canadians. Huh. - Micah
I've never learned the correct pronunciation of "gyro" (so many possibilities), so I just avoid ordering them when down south. :) - Ken Morley
t-ra: WeirdnessSandwich
Michael Stype is up in the pub. Just so y'all know I'm keeping it real here in Athens.
It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine. - NOT THE CRICKET
I was just out watering my plants and I noticed that I had 'Night Swimming' stuck in my head. Lots of memories of long ago adventures with that one. - joey
an REM song came on the house music playlist and the bartender/owner apologized to him. Everyone laughed. - t-ra: WeirdnessSandwich from Android
^HA HA HA! Saw them at Voodoo Fest in '08 - I stood right in front of the stage, right near Peter Buck. I loved Michael's energy on stage. Put me in the best mood ever - and I wasn't a big R.E.M. fan before that show. (You are allowed to read him this message, and if you buy him a beverage on my behalf to say thank you, I'll PayPal ya the $$.) - Corinne L
L.O.L. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Oh, man. If I'd been there, I'd have been waiting for someone to drop a glass or bottle nearby so I could say "Come on, let's recycle those shards and get out of here." #simpsonsmisquote - Slippy: Potato Croquette
For a second there I thought you meant Michael Shrieve and I got all excited. - Ken Morley
Victor Ganata
The lesson I learned is that Comic Sans isn't anywhere as offensive as people think it is, especially when there are hundreds of millions of dollars at stake.
I think it's time for Comic Sans to rise again. - Ken Morley
Mayonnaise jar..... of mercury.
On the news, a family had to have a hazmat team clean out their house after a "forgotten mayonnaise jar of mercury" contaminated the house. GUYS, CHECK YOUR MAYO JARS FOR MERCURY! - Heather
When I was in elementary school I knew a kid who collected the stuff. His dad had some sort of job where he'd come across it, and he'd save it for him. He had jars of the stuff! He was always a little wacky, I think now it was probably mercury poisoning: - Ken Morley
I remember a couple of times at school when some kid would bring in a little bit of mercury from a broken thermometer. We'd all play with it, rolling it around on our hands. Back then, a broken thermometer was no big deal. - Betsy
I remember those days. It was difficult to clean up too. - Stephan Planken from iPhone
holly #ravingfangirl
Thousands of rare videos of legendary rock bands are now on YouTube via @verge
Thousands of rare videos of legendary rock bands are now on YouTube via @verge
thanks! - Steve C
Oh wow. All sorts of good stuff in there! - Kirsten
Now if they'll just buy the rights to all the SNL performances I'll be a happy camper. :) - Ken Morley
Ken Morley
Fun fact: Based on number of cells, in any given moment your body is 90% nonhuman.
♪ We are fam-i-ly. I've got my micro-bi-ome with me. ♫ - Ken Morley
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