This is WAY cool...

cider? do i look like a poof????? not pissed, but just about finnished the bottle of wodka!
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my brit punker mates make fun of cider drinkers, too. the anti nowhere league do a great song about it.
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"Jules"
snipped-for-privacy@veriz> >> >> >> >>> Ed Pirrero wrote:
everyone makes fun of cider drinkers! they deserve all the get! :-)
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snipped-for-privacy@veriz> > > >> >> >>> Ed Pirrero wrote:
No probs, will call again when im up so late....at least it aint the W coast where i have to wait until 4-5am
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i thought it was mostly teeners? most of my lads like pints but a few agree with you and like vodka. i was a stoly fan, what piss do you get, jules?
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Notice, he even spells it Deutsch now. ;)
Sorry I missed your call this afternoon but you didn't sound too buzzed on your message. Everybody calls when I'm upstairs. I swear there's some kind of switch in that commode seat that lets everyone know I can't get to the phones.
Bill Banaszak, MFE Sr.
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Hate a pint here, nothing but chemicals, accross in Germany etc its bier.....very good, now found a nice Cz beer in the local supermarket. otherwise its vodka and energy, or tonic, or lime, or orange....or a gin...
Cant stand cider, ok maybe if i tried a local one that was half decent...but OTOH i hate apples!
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Shipwrecks on aquarium bottoms aren't very new; here, look:
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guy just built his own rather than buying one. I saw a model someone had done of the Titanic in a aquarium a long time back. The Minisub with lights is a nice touch, but I'm still somewhat baffled that he used such a different scale for it. With a little imagination a minisub can be built of of spare parts fairly easily; I turned out a couple in HO scale a lot of years back using kid's school pencil sharpeners for the main hull, and half of a small fishing bobber for the spherical pressure hull hanging out the bottom. Stick a small conning tower on top, a mechanical arm on the front, some skids and set of thrusters on the back from your parts box, and you're in business.
Pat
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on 12/12/2007 3:04 AM Jules said the following:
Pilsner Urquell? I have been buying that since early summer.
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Funny...I just got another ping about submitting astronaut paperwork in my inbox yesterday...of course, I'm right out now with my colitis and all, but there was a time...
...still, would violate one of my cardinal rules - never go where you can't breathe, or you're not on top of the food chain. So as before, I'll pass.
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Since most living things are eaten be other living things, which in turn are eaten by other living things, we all probably quite a few atoms in us that used to be in dinosaurs at one time or another.
Pat
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i'd go knowing it was one way. i'd go in low orbit even if it killed me. ever read vallis by philip k dick? that's the job i want.
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I got lobbied pretty hard to submit an application some years ago...I passed thinking I just plain wasn't qualified. A few after that I actually went to a NASA sponsored recruiting presentation and found out I met or exceeded about 80% of what they were looking for in a mission specialist...which was a shock to me, even then. If I'd been able to speak, read, and write Russian, and been a rock climber, I'd have been a lock for the job.
But not far into the presentation I figured out it was a job I really didn't want - things about bone de-calcification in zero G, and the radiation...and the odds of getting blown up only being about 1 in 500.
Astronauts are special people, and I'm not one of them...but I'm ok widdat. One astronaut that presented at the recruiting pass spent 10 years trying to get in, and on the ninth try they told him all that was wrong was that they didn't like his gallbladder - so he went to Andrews and had it removed, and then applied the next year and was accepted. The other one that presented was the Indian gal the died when Columbia broke up on re-entry.
One of my former classmates from U of I piloted the last shuttle landing at Edwards, and his resume is impressive as hell...I thought about riding down to Domingo's to try and intercept him after the landing, but I figured I probably couldn't get anywhere near the guy...so; a belated hello and well done, Lee.
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i knew what you was on about....it was called humour...something you wouldnt know anything about, BTW hows your mom doing since i called round?
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