SCIENCE: A way of finding things out and then making them work. Science explains what is happening around us all the time. So does RELIGION, but science is better because it comes up with more understandable excuses when it's wrong.
Then they can blame Mr. Harkin for that.Tonyblack wrote:I quote him too. My mother was watching a nature documentary about antelopes being killed by lions and she commented: "Nature is so cruel." To which I responded: "No wonder they call her a mother!"
It didn't exactly go down well.
And I'm convinced that one day Pratchett fans will suffer serious injuries when someone shouts "DUCK!" and instead of ducking, they say "what duck?"
bikkit wrote:"NO,THERE IS NO MORE TIME, EVEN FOR CAKE. FOR YOU THE CAKE IS OVER. YOU HAVE REACHED THE END OF CAKE"
My experience in Amsterdam is that cyclists ride where the hell they like and aim in a state of rage at all pedestrians while ringing their bell loudly, the concept of avoiding people being foreign to them.
My dream holiday would be
a) a ticket to Amsterdam
b) immunity from prosecution and
c) a baseball bat
Sep 2 2006, 4:21 am
In message <1157155580.814414.156...@m79g2000cwm.googlegroups.com>,
Pighooey <pigho...@ici.net> writes
>Now, what I don't know about Pagans could literally fill volumes, but
>surely they existed before the Discworld? And does anyone know if they
>returned whatever it was they borrowed?
No, they bloody didn't. I went round to see them the other day, I said
"Hey, you pagans, where's that piece of spiritual insight I lent you
last week!" and they laughed in my face. And I know they've got it,
because I saw their lad using it to mend his motorbike. They've still
got the lawnmower, too.
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