7 posts • joined Friday 15th September 2006 22:01 GMT
Agreed. I'm all for seeing, fondling, filming, and properly using one's mamms. Puritanical panic certainly seems to be the brick wall here (or more like a sticky, rubbery wall)... I also agree that just because I like them does not mean they have to be front-and-center all the time. But I think that's moot, because many women won't do that anyway, and all these folks are complaining about is the _right_ to do this, not a mandate for a state-controlled Happy-Booby-Hour every day. What I don't get is the whole cult angle. Well, I should rephrase... it makes perfect sense for a spaceman cult to recruit its less discerning members with promises of boobies. But if they really cared, they'd know that the puritanical public perception confronting them isn't exactly going to be swayed by this:
"Who can participate? We welcome everyone! GoTopless was founded by the Raelian Movement, which recognizes that life on Earth was created by advanced extraterrestrial scientists. These scientists, both male and female, used their mastery of genetic engineering to create humans in their own image (breasts included!). GoTopless includes thousands of women and men, who have a wide variety of beliefs, affiliations, etc..."
If they were serious, they'd hook us up with some of these hot-breasted "scientists", durn it.
How about a "fuse", a glass vial filled with a gas that breaks, a la the latex suggestion above, at a specified range in altitude? You could make the fasteners from a durable plastic. This would solve the "incomplete separation" issue while keeping the payload light enough for PARIS to get off on it.. With it. Take off with it.
Her Majesty's Space Program
For Her Majesty's Space Program, regarding the record-breaking MegaLite arboreal glider:
I would suggest the name, HMSP Icarus.
Here's to hoping you don't make it out of the wrong kind of wax.
Delusions and Paranoia
What, no librarians? I was sure there'd be some busty bloodsucking book-keepers, but alas not.
On to the real question... If a dwarf, tester-in-hand, were to self-test himself, would he resemble a garden gnome?
Which dwarf? That dwarf!
Fear not, my friends. You may think that Americans are so stupid that they'd make a movie about a dwarf star hitting the moon, but you'd be wrong. I live in America and can tell you that as a whole, we're far less intelligent than that. You see, someone in Canadamerica simply misheard the plot of the upcoming Red Dwarf movie, wherein the lovely Natasha jettisons The Cat into the moon, resulting in little more than a minor crater. Well, that and the circulating question of "who paid for this, and why?" The train was simply a collateral casualty of running over Paris's natty pooch, busy howling at the cat hurtling into the moon. The Tsunami was an optical illusion.
All true, although there is probably some hyperbole. I drink apprx 1 gallon of milk every 2 days. Haven't bothered to figure out the pounds/per, but I definately drink more than anyone else I know. As to the request for validity, I wrote to Dr. Juan regarding his article on Zombie State Behaviors rather than anosmia, but my lack of a sense of smell is something I believe directly contributes to what I said in the rest of the article. Hope that helps!
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