Re: Hard Hitting Computing

Subject: Re: Hard Hitting Computing
From: Kat Nagel/MasterWork <katnagel -at- EZNET -dot- NET>
Date: Thu, 7 Nov 1996 20:23:32 -0500

>My gut reaction is that we should >>>clobber<<< this thread. ;-)

>Sue Gallagher

Occasional longitudinally-enhanced textilic accessories would benefit from
perinatal aqueous submersion to a degree incompatible with normal human
respiratory functions.

In addition, entities with human-format DNA components who assimilate the
preceding farcical imbecility without anticipatory developmental
preparation deserve to concern themselves with the possibility of the
decompositional effect of politically correct verbalizations on the passage
of intra-cellular neurological electron transfer.

Some threads should have been drowned at birth. And people who understand
this twaddle the first time through better worry about PC-induced brain

(Sorry, Eric. The devil made me do it. I'll go back into lurk mode now.)

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In the beginning was The Word, and The Word was Chocolate.
And The Word became flesh, and dwelt upon us forever.
_______________________________Confections 2 oz : 360 cal

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