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Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2005 5:53 am
by Ragnar
Yes. Well...

I have this mate in Amsterdam see?

And...welll :toothy7: :toothy7: :weedman: :weedman:

Any way, I thought it was a sensible answer. :oops:

Afghani snow with Thai temple ball, and just a little bit of Haze, by the way. :-D

Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2005 3:42 pm
by Willow
No No,
I was referring to knowing my own prime minister.
As for dancing around with your fingers in your ears, I had a great mental image of you as a police officer in a uniform skipping down the street lalalala'ing.

Also just out of psychological curiosity, how is someone proficiently dyslexic?


Ahh, the dancing police officer, sounds like it could be a Monty python skit.

BTW, I would also like in on some of the Amsterdam action, recreational pharmaceuticals might be all that will keep me sane during my exams.
Blessings

Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2005 11:25 pm
by Ragnar
Willow wrote: (1)Also just out of psychological curiosity, how is someone proficiently dyslexic?

(2)Ahh, the dancing police officer, sounds like it could be a Monty python skit.

(3)BTW, I would also like in on some of the Amsterdam action, recreational pharmaceuticals might be all that will keep me sane during my exams.
Blessings

(1) Either with a born talent, or with lots of practice and willpower. :-D

(2) I was going to mention just that series when I first read it. But you beat me to it. :roll:

(3) Tried that at my second year in Edinburgh... Sat for two hours staring at the colored pens and pencils on the next table, and failed the exam. :cry:

As luck would have it, it was only a trial exam, so nothing serious.

Also got thrown out of a lecture with two of my mates for breaking into hysterical and somewhat derisive (THEIR description) laughter at the 70 year old Proffessor emeritus trying to display the steps of a traditional Scottish dance, and tripping over her handbag strap, which had been laying in wait hidden in plain view of every one in the room except her. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

But that was some nice herbal tobacco from New Zealand. :smt033

Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 4:21 am
by Brown Eyed Girl
Ragnar wrote:
Also got thrown out of a lecture with two of my mates for breaking into hysterical and somewhat derisive (THEIR description) laughter at the 70 year old Proffessor emeritus trying to display the steps of a traditional Scottish dance, and tripping over her handbag strap, which had been laying in wait hidden in plain view of every one in the room except her. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
that would of had me in stitches on a bad day, let alone a good one!... when i start laughing i seem to go psychotic and don't stop until i can't breathe and fall over (you'd be surprised how much i fall over, practically every time i type "falls of chair laughing" I'm actually being serious he he he)

Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 5:24 am
by Ragnar
Hmmm, ever considered a safety helmet? ;)

Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 2:34 pm
by Willow
I had a professor who would trip over the cord to the projector one a week. It amazed me every time.

The most embarrassing moment ever to happen in a classroom:
I had written a paper on the "Importance of Jesus", in the days before spell check was standard. Now I left the "R" out of the title, it was still spelled Wrong, but it still made sense in the way I didn't want it too. :oops:

Anyway, the prof made fun of me in front of the class and asked me how I had gained that piece of historical info...

Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 7:49 pm
by Ragnar
"I had a professor who would trip over the cord to the projector one a week. It amazed me every time. "

Ahhh, but was he just experimenting with "Pavlovian control theory"?

Using a projector cord, instead of a bell, to get people to fall over in amusement and amazement at his carefully but secretly controlled trial in human, instead of canine (:grommit:) , social conditioning?

I believe there is evidence to support your accidental title on these very pages.

Was it Andy, or "Silly ol' Fundie", that got most upset when it was suggested the character of jesus could have had children? :laughing6:

Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 10:29 pm
by Kystar
Ragnar wrote:Was it Andy, or "Silly ol' Fundie", that got most upset when it was suggested the character of jesus could have had children? :laughing6:
Andy, I believe. He went on and on about how it was stated in the Bible how Jesus wasn't married. Wouldn't consider any other idea, despite historical references.

Posted: Thu Dec 08, 2005 12:57 am
by katsu
Kystar wrote:
Ragnar wrote: Andy, I believe. He went on and on about how it was stated in the Bible how Jesus wasn't married.
Since when has marriage become a prerequisite for having children? :lol:

Posted: Thu Dec 08, 2005 6:37 am
by Ragnar
OOOOHHH!!! Wash your mind out!

We are all decent moral people here! :lol:

And VERY "conventional", and SO straight laced they could use us as a model for corsetry. :sleepy5:..(?)

Hmmm. corsetry Red leather and black lace...:tongue10:

Right, enough of that before I end up with a medal.

Posted: Thu Dec 08, 2005 8:46 am
by Kystar
I conceed the point on that!

Posted: Thu Dec 08, 2005 11:13 am
by Crazy Healer Lady
And VERY "conventional", and SO straight laced they could use us as a model for corsetry. ..(?)

Hmmm. corsetry Red leather and black lace...
This is how children are possible without marriage, all these corsets floating around our heads.
Oh my frail femine mind! How dare you all speak of such an act as forming unlawful carnal acts and the getting of a bastard child that will of course bring us closer to that reckoning day!!!

Bring on the leather and lace! Maybe Jesus had a thing for the dominatrixes. *Waits for the smite...*

Posted: Thu Dec 08, 2005 12:39 pm
by Brown Eyed Girl
helmet might me an idea... but inted i actualy bough a black n red corset... lmao!

(only £8.50 to!!! I love ebay!!!)

Posted: Thu Dec 08, 2005 1:12 pm
by Willow
Wow,
corsets and Jesus, two words I never though I would hear in the same sentence.
However, if Jesus was impotent, would he be able to heal himself? I mean, maybe that's what he was doing when commanding people to rise up.
Blessings

Posted: Tue Dec 20, 2005 8:57 am
by Artemisblessed
katsu wrote:Moreover talking to dead people is, if I'm not mistaking, forbidden in your faith. But then, there are a lot of things the Bible says; and are ignored by the 'faithful'. For example: it calls out for murder.(Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live. Exodus 22:18)Will you do so? I am a 'witch' and will happily give you my address, if so desired.


brilliant, but i recently found out that that particular line in Exodus was changed by the Spanish around the time of the Spanish Inquisition. the original line said something about "Thou shalt not suffer a murderer to live" or something to that effect.

just a hint...