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Pharaoh RutinTutin

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  1. I know the feeling. Oscar Mayer won't even read my e-mails telling them which movies should get best picture.
  2. I prefer Short Shorts.
  3. I never understood why this was a big deal. A King from Memphis is seen among the living many years after his death? Been there. Done that.
  4. Please tell me you are keeping Ms Pac-Man's theme at the top of the playlist.
  5. This sighting of the Unfortunately-Named-Cheerleader-Themed-Super-Heroine is actually the work of Pandora or Les Immortels for reasons that will be revealed later.
  6. At one time, I thought that games where the computer controlled characters would just do anything the player tells them was intended as a training exercise for military officers or royal brats. These people will do what you tell them with out complaint or thought of consequence. If you tell them to fly to the next planet, but don't tell them to get fuel first, they will end up drifting forever or crashing down halfway through launch. The way I saw it, this was to make the player realize the need to be clear with commands. It was only later that I realized that game designers were not moral authorities dispensing sage wisdom in the modern equivalent of the Aesopian fables. Will no one pick up the banner Jay Ward once carried into battle against the cultural ignorance of American youth?
  7. In more serious gnus, I finally got to see my dentist. Apparently, I did everything right. But even so, the crown could not be saved. There is just nothing there to which she can glue the old tooth. When I get back from my trip, I'll see the Oral Hershiser to get what's left of the old tooth extracted. Then my Dentist will install a bridge. And at the price she quoted, I think it's a toll bridge.
  8. I think current health insurance regulations only permit the office receptionist to do that to physicians and surgeons.
  9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aof5LCT5JD0 While it could work, I doubt Elliot would participate. Throwing suspicion off himself by thrusting the spotlight on someone else is just not his style. Not even if Nanase or Mr Verres came up with the idea.
  10. The treatment recommended does not involve drugs or surgery. I have a brilliant idea. I'll try it. If it helps, I'll keep using it. If things get worse, I'll move on to something else.
  11. Well I went to get the results of the sleep study. The physician who has a job of treating patients with sleep apnea has diagnosed me with sleep apnea. I never saw that one coming. Turns out that I snore more than 3,900 times per night and my breathing is fully or partially stopped eighteen times an hour. This may be a contributing factor in some of my medical problems.
  12. I think this is under the jurisdiction of CONTROL. Hopefully they'll send Agent 99 and not 86.
  13. The Classical Greeks, that is, the Greeks of the late Bronze Age who wrote with the Greek Alphabet, lived in the city-states, fought the Persians, and eventually produced Alexander the Great, were the generation that followed a multigenerational Great Depression. They had stable governments, productive agriculture, and innovative artisans. But they grew up on the legends of how much better everything was in the old days. So when they recorded the Homeric legends, their history became the stuff of comic books.
  14. Call the Cat-olic Church and the Archbishop of Cat-erbury. We need to rewrite the Catechism!
  15. loving language

    So why was I thinking lower case on genus and upper on Species? Maybe the Boa constrictor cut off more oxygen to the brain than I expected? Either way, that is something I should get right. I pity the fool who misspells Mr. T rex.
  16. Obviously the correct answer is "Ancient French Fries".
  17. homo Goonicus?
  18. story

    The spell books have imitation leather covers with the titles debossed in what appeared to be gold foil. Of course it was all a cheap reproduction that rubbed off entirely the second time the book was handled. That is why you could clearly see the title when the book first appeared, but not at later appearances. Knowing Susan's obsessions with cleanliness, it is not surprising that she has handled her book carefully to preserve the appearance.
  19. Nice idea. But lets take it up a notch. We put a howdah with mounted miniguns on the back of a triceratops and load it with ammo.
  20. Using all the wood on cat paintings? How wasteful. You need to find the remaining supply of black velvet and create paintings of Elvis and John Wayne (for inspiration).
  21. story

    I wonder if Magus is artificially enhancing Elliot's rage? And if so, to what end?
  22. Revenge may be best served cold, but El Gato better deliver some sizzling enchiladas.
  23. Chicago Style? Start with a Vienna beef dog and take it on a walk through the garden. NO Ketchup.
  24. If I did that, they would put me in jail or a psychiatric ward. If a dog did that, they would neuter the SOB. Why should we let trees get away with that behavior?
  25. It was in that list. Leviticus and Isiah are generally considered Canonical, that is, accepted as sacred by almost all Jewish and Christian congregations. Tobit and First and Second Maccabees are found in the Septuagint translation and considered Canonical, Deuterocanonical, or Apocryphal depending on which congregation you ask. My own concordance, NRSV, gives examples of Celebrate and Celebrated in Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Ezra, Nehemiah, Psalms, Ezekiel, Nahum, Additions to Esther, 1 Maccabees, Luke, 1 Corinthians, and Revelation. Now if you are thinking Pseudepigraphical books, well that is a another Epistle altogether.