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Thursday, July 15th, 2010
11:55 pm - Daily table talk
  • 02:23 @luciswindoll Good to know! (I remember the day he arrived at DTS as president. Davidson Hall was relabeled "Harley-Davidson Hall.") #
  • 02:27 @luciswindoll The Honda sounds like a more pleasant arrangement all around. #
  • 13:52 Thunderstorming. Dog is going bat-guano crazy. #thatisall #
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Wednesday, July 14th, 2010
11:55 pm - Daily table talk
  • 20:32 @spiritualtramp @mwsmedia Happy birthday to you both! and many happy publications to come... #
  • 20:34 Looked at @oldspice's avatar. Really, now, he looks _nothing_ like John Bennett Perry. #
  • 20:37 @luciswindoll Thou kiddest! He swapped the Harley for a Honda?!? #
  • 20:41 It's not Friday; too bad. Follow @StarJonesEsq anyway. She's smart, clever, opinionated, gorgeous, and wise. #
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Tuesday, July 13th, 2010
11:55 pm - Daily table talk
  • 10:30 @Scaleslea @The_RDQ @sinspired Verne and ERB might be the "reality checks," as it were. Absolutely no "punk" with them, of course. #
  • 10:45 @mightymur Indeed they were. And this is the Greek heritage we're so proud of? #
  • 10:48 @mightymur Theseus was indeed a piece of work. "Man, changing out those sails is so much trouble." Never mind that Dad'll see 'em and croak. #
  • 11:01 You who love visual beauty, read Roger Ebert's anthem to un-modern architecture (& Chicago's arch'al treasures). j.mp/cJSsB2 #
  • 11:10 @Cynical_Woman Bilking kids, parents, and ANYONE out of their money is one of The American Ways. #
  • 11:11 @inkyelbows But at least let us know that these bold adventurers thought to bring food along, or that there are indeed potties in space. #
  • 11:37 @ebertchicago Thank you for that essay. Among other things, it adds weight to the wonder of this planet called Chicago. #
  • 12:03 @breakall And yet I note Ebert praises Gehry. It's the "modern" stuff--pre-Gehry--he excoriates for having no personality, no spirit. #
  • 12:26 @cc_chapman @comedy4cast OMS&G! Are Orion, Hawk, and Eagle truly airworthy, or is that just skilled artwork? (referring to runway photos) #
  • 12:35 @comedy4cast Yup. I guess, since we do have VTOL thrusters & airfoils, it'd be nifty to think they could actually make it off the runway. #
  • 12:37 @comedy4cast Granted, Viper won't fly, and the Flying Sub & Spindrift are fantasies, but dang, what if... #
  • 12:41 @comedy4cast It's the mixing of "Fi" (all in my head) with "Airshow" (of which I've attended many). But, flight or not, cool constructions! #
  • 12:50 @SVAllie I think I like that. Altho' I figured libertarianism asks what is function of gov't and eschews accretions such as social programs. #
  • 12:52 @SVAllie Granted, if gov'ts by definition make & enforce law, we still must ask what constitutes sound law. #
  • 12:52 @spiritualtramp @SVAllie Amen to that, brother. #
  • 12:55 @SVAllie No argument here. To my mind, such programs transfer to gov't those activities that OTHER people should be conducting. #
  • 12:58 @Nobilis @SVAllie It would depend on what environmental actions fell under the proper jurisdiction of government. What would you say? #
  • 13:01 @comedy4cast No kidding. The image made it look as tho' Orion could at least do touch & gos. #
  • 13:03 @SVAllie @Nobilis Private sector: cleanup. Government: "Off with their heads!" Which might not be a bad deterrent, come to think of it #
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Monday, July 12th, 2010
11:55 pm - Daily table talk
  • 14:42 @MichaelHyatt Roger. Application incoming. #
  • 16:26 @mgcady Just thinking about "whiny vampire" is weird. The words fit as well together as Mike Ditka and a tutu. #
  • 20:05 @The_RDQ One thing Lynch's Dune did--it gave me a taste of steampunk. Atreides uniforms, spaceships w/ brass lanterns & button upholstery. #
  • 20:09 @mgcady I'll take your word for it. I missed that one. #
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Sunday, July 11th, 2010
11:55 pm - Daily table talk
  • 00:11 @howardtayler "Mikki Mauser." *sigh* From Guigar I'd expect that, but from YOU... #
  • 15:10 @PatrickEMcLean Listening to Mr. S again. Another excellent candidate: Alan King, doing a Rod Serling imitation. &he could pull it off, too. #
  • 15:11 @paul_e_cooley We seem to prefer throat-rippers without minds. Not sure what that says about us. #
  • 15:15 @madpoet Because @paul_e_cooley just bit you? #
  • 15:18 @paul_e_cooley Angel was an interesting Nice Vampire partly b/c he was defying a pattern. When he _becomes_ the pattern, we have a problem. #
  • 15:19 @paul_e_cooley And with Pattinson & co., it seems this has become the pattern. Drat. #
  • 15:20 @paul_e_cooley Now I give props to Saberhagen's Dracula. Not an animalistic predator, but not Nice either. Vlad Tepes, the warrior prince. #
  • 15:25 @lensweet K. Marx was a cockeyed optimist. G. Marx was more of a realist. #
  • 15:26 @lensweet I do remember thinking, during the 60s, "Opiates are the religion of the masses." #
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Saturday, July 10th, 2010
11:55 pm - Daily table talk
  • 09:39 @dduane Thank you thank you THANK YOU for not saying "begs the question"! People seem to have forgotten what that means. #
  • 21:15 @cinemafreak Hearing the last 3 RotOs together--I feel as tho' I *did* spend the time I wanted to chatting in the bar at Balticon after all. #
  • 21:22 @PatrickEMcLean The Mr. Speel voice you were wondering about: it sounds like Judd Hirsch brushed with a light glaze of Robert Vaughn. #
  • 21:44 @PatrickEMcLean Your voice has a similar timbre, which lets even murmurs penetrate. (Although when I tried it, I was told Not To Mumble.) #
  • 22:05 Some idiot is shooting off fireworks, & my dog is freaking again. People, how about celebrating our independence by building a new hospital? #
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Friday, July 9th, 2010
11:55 pm - Daily table talk

  • 22:11 @TeeMonster Watching Independence Day, it's hard for me to think that President Whitmore's little daughter is now voicing Tinkerbell. #

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Thursday, July 8th, 2010
11:55 pm - Daily table talk
  • 01:09 Today began w/hopes dashed by an e-mail scam & ends w/figuring out how we can economize. At least my headache's gone down. 'Night, all. #
  • 01:16 @NathanFillion Re: "will he write more?"--I don't know why not. Castle is a figment of our collective imagination, but we've got HEAT WAVE. #
  • 10:56 @Cynical_Woman Mmmmmm ... homebrew rootbeer ... #
  • 11:08 @WSBT How about: "Television! Fast-food advertising, sugared cereal advertising, toy advertising, etc., plus all shows that encourage... #
  • 16:26 @Chivalrybean If you're still asking, I go with Danger on the Wind. The rest are too passive, & "Taint" makes me think of @scottsigler. #
  • 22:43 @ladawn Right. You now have 60 minutes additional parking. (And you're a good ukulele player, too.) #
  • 22:47 @Chivalrybean Okay, so "Breaking the Wind" is out. Got it. #
  • 22:55 @Stana_Katic Such a wonderful experience! Here's hoping you're tremendously refreshed. #
  • 22:58 @Stana_Katic [Note to writers: I'm also waiting to see Det. Beckett's poker night with Sharyn McCrumb, Sue Grafton, & Sara Peretsky. :-) ] #
  • 23:01 @campusbrownie Speaking as someone old enough to be your father, I consider that a better arrangement than vice versa. (i.e., aaargh! toads) #
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Wednesday, July 7th, 2010
11:55 pm - Daily table talk
  • 13:05 Just survived an attempted e-mail scam. I wish I felt better about it. #
  • 13:15 @PauletteJaxton Wonderful news! #
  • 13:50 @mikecane At least "widgets" is plural. What I found soul-deadening was when the CEO referred to books as "product." Like toothpaste. #
  • 19:49 @Miss_Kalendar No doubt they'll say it's the comma's own fault. But I agree with you. Thumb-stringing appears in order. #
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Monday, July 5th, 2010
11:55 pm - Daily table talk
  • 04:32 Discovered last night that blockbuster movies can distract my dog from fear of fireworks in neighborhood. Who knew? #
  • 04:33 @TeeMonster With us it was League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Connery's so credible, even when picking off a ne'er-do-well at 900 yards. #
  • 04:40 @mikecane As much as I like the idea of books-residing-in-cyberspace, how do we know they can be trusted & not hacked? (my main concern) #
  • 12:03 @mikecane Not sure I *would* completely trust GB, any more than professors trust Wikipedia. The thing is, I know how much we like mischief. #
  • 16:40 @mikecane And I'll be intrigued to see it. Perhaps peer pressure will be enough to keep soft text storage from shifting. We'll see. #
  • 16:41 @PatrickEMcLean Q. What comes after Independence Day? A. "You mean I have to make my OWN supper?!?" #
  • 16:43 @bethmeacham At last! A picture of JT! Thank you! #
  • 23:40 @PhilippaJane If the Commerce is Interstate, yes we do. #
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Sunday, July 4th, 2010
11:55 pm - Daily table talk
  • 00:47 @The_RDQ It's been your birthday?!? Frabjous! Hope it's been happy! #
  • 15:04 @PatrickEMcLean Dagonnit. #
  • 17:02 @TeeMonster OMS&G, that is impressive. Power & Prowl! (''...with Pip.") #
  • 17:07 @trreed (Sometimes credited to Charlton Heston) #
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Saturday, July 3rd, 2010
11:55 pm - Daily table talk
  • 16:04 Lessee...Hot dogs...check...Ketchup...check...Mustard...check...Speech from Bill Pullman...check...Kill mothership...check...Light grill... #
  • 20:02 At a pops concert in Winona Lake. A highlight: "South Pacific." Appropriate. @PhilippaJane #
  • 21:33 @PhilippaJane As far as we're concerned, make yourself at home! #
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Thursday, July 1st, 2010
11:56 pm - Daily table talk

  • 11:31 @PenguinPbks Let's see...Kerouac, "On the Road"? :-) #

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Wednesday, June 30th, 2010
11:56 pm - Daily table talk
  • 13:03 Posted #comment to Honest Questions About Elders/Pastors www.alanknox.net/5077 @alan_knox #
  • 13:17 @sinspired I certainly hope not! Talk about uncomfortable... #
  • 17:14 @alan_knox RefTagger looks so good on your site that I've added it to mine. Thank you! #
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Tuesday, June 29th, 2010
11:56 pm - Daily table talk
  • 08:51 @jchutchins Why would anyone *want* to risk mitigation? Where's the fun in that? #
  • 16:58 @dsawyer There's that darn polymath/Renaissance Man thing again... #
  • 17:32 @MistressJett Somewhere in its little copper ganglia, the traffic light is checking off an item on its to-do list. #
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Monday, June 28th, 2010
11:56 pm - Daily table talk
  • 04:09 @VFRick Thank you! Although I must say, being on Variant Frequencies makes anyone sound good. #
  • 07:18 @TeeMonster THIS time the Cubs pulled it off. 8-6. #
  • 07:28 @PauletteJaxton I'm not familiar with A:TLA. Are you saying this is where "buffalo wings" originated? #
  • 11:37 @PauletteJaxton @SVAllie @MistressJett Beats me. I'm still getting used to the idea of "oxtail soup." #
  • 11:39 @TeeMonster You kidding? Taking the Billi tour was fun, even if only vicariously! #
  • 11:41 @PauletteJaxton My 4th-grade teacher said the very same thing. "Not iced tea: HOT!" I see the rationale, but... #
  • 11:44 @ChristophGolden Chicago is a planet unto itself. And a charming one. (At least from all the fiction I've read.) #
  • 11:49 @TeeMonster Coffee--sure, why not. But I want to taste this "chiacgo" stuff; sounds promising. #
  • 11:51 @TeeMonster @PhilippaJane Chicago is a planet unto itself. And a charming one. (At least from the fiction I've read. Greeley, Parker, etc.) #
  • 11:52 @odin1eye Makes sense. (Hm...where's that hammer?) #
  • 11:54 @The_RDQ Whatever's happening (& don't need to know), you have many in your corner. #
  • 15:08 @christianaellis If any of our little group can pull this off, YOU can. #
  • 17:00 @jrblackwell Re: compliment--Oh, good. I was RELIEVED to see you in the lobby the day after Dr. Merc's reading, looking nothing like her. #
  • 17:15 @campusbrownie Etheria. (No reference to @etherius intended.) #
  • 18:00 @jrblackwell A semi-active volcano. One needs a heckuvalotta Swiffers to keep that beastie clean. #
  • 18:03 @mwsmedia Finally, FINALLY hearing the Sov-Sum-Sunday webathon. (Needed [a] mp3 version, (I converted 'em), & [b] lawnmowing marathon. #
  • 18:09 @mwsmedia Humble proposal: that @planetx's "Can't Get There From Here" be submitted to @strangerthings for adaptation. #
  • 18:12 @jchutchins Several. The Ed Wynn eps (90 Years Without Stopping, One for the Angels), Come Wander With Me (Earl Hamner & music), others. #
  • 18:13 @mikecane It's not just a treatment center, it's also a diagnostic aid! #
  • 18:15 @PauletteJaxton For about twenty seconds. Then I feel even worse. #
  • 18:16 @gailcarriger My goodness. Alexia seems to be all about the deprivation, doesn't she? #
  • 18:17 @gailcarriger And by the way, for some reason I seem to be a ghost as well. Where'd all we haints come from? #
  • 18:18 @gailcarriger Signed, "Formerly Prince. Now...You Don't Want To Know" #
  • 18:23 @jchutchins Serling also brought Skilled Writing to the forefront in SFtv discussions; inspired Straczynski and others. #
  • 18:27 @ssandifer Depends on the "tech." Around here many jobs require forklift, CDL, lathe, etc. If that's tech, then yeah. But if it's "mech"... #
  • 19:07 @mwsmedia Not watch--couldn't do that. Listening I can do, & I'm enjoying your reading. & somehow missed their "print" release. (save up!) #
  • 19:12 @StarJonesEsq Which is why we appreciate you on Twitter. Let Infotainment TV chase its brushed & teased little tail... #
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Saturday, June 26th, 2010
11:55 pm - Daily table talk
  • 00:42 @MichaelHyatt Happy [asleep at the switch] birthday! #
  • 00:57 @TeeMonster Nothing says success in quite the same dialect as Chicago pizza. #
  • 14:40 @LAGilman I forgot to ask you at Balticon: Didier--"DEED-yay"? Valere--"val-AIR-eh"? Or do I have them wrong? #
  • 15:07 @thegreatlukeski Of course. Just as all the action movies have someone who screams in a certain way. It's tradition, dude... #
  • 15:09 @LAGilman Thenkyew. Sometimes I read stuff aloud, and I sure as anything want to get it right. #
  • 15:13 @TeeMonster Ah, the Willis Tower...At last someone commemorated the contribution of Die Hard to American high-rise lore. #
  • 15:19 @LAGilman But then, don't we also hear the words as we read them? Sometimes not, granted, but... #
  • 21:20 @bethmeacham The more I think abt it, the less I'm convinced that physical books are doomed. For scholars, there's a dependability issue... #
  • 21:22 @bethmeacham ...should I trust a text that resides in cyberspace, where it can be hacked? And for people seeking entertainment, well, ditto. #
  • 23:36 @bethmeacham Same with ebooks. I'd rather not risk having my access denied. #
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Thursday, June 24th, 2010
11:55 pm - Daily table talk
  • 14:10 @riznphnx And th'art welcome to it. Signed, Finally Drying Out In Indiana #
  • 21:41 @Rasplundjr Sure did. Even had a tornado touch down west of town. We weren't hurt, but a few buildings got smashed in. #
  • 22:59 @Rasplundjr Oh, dear. Make that *north* side of town. We were farther south, not touched. bit.ly/a8qnWk What about you all? #
  • 23:01 @briantruitt "vampire ... stoked." Shame, shame, shame on you. #
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Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010
11:55 pm - Daily table talk
  • 17:51 @dsawyer Psst! Hrab! #
  • 18:05 @PhilippaJane FWIW, I'm convinced that Mirren's take on Hefner et al. is spot-on. #
  • 18:14 @campusbrownie And the choices are MISinformed. Many an actress has posed in the name of "power," only to be forever branded "plaything." #
  • 18:28 @campusbrownie Well put. I like it. #
  • 18:30 @campusbrownie However one may regard "prostitute," one should at least be aware that it's a label that occurs naturally in this context. #
  • 18:33 @campusbrownie Understood. I've visited there and sung with their glee club. #
  • 18:36 @campusbrownie And for all his posturing otherwise, Hefner is an integral part of that structure. #
  • 18:39 @campusbrownie What's odd for me is some of the language we're using. Altho' I had been accustomed to reacting reflexively to ... #
  • 18:41 @campusbrownie ... "oppress women," etc., being a Christian has made me examine the culture I came out of--& see that the words are correct. #
  • 18:47 @campusbrownie Again: well put! (Returning later; dog is clamoring for his scheduled "me time.") #
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Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010
11:55 pm - Daily table talk
  • 04:31 @PGHolyfield @gailcarriger Did you leave out a grave _again_? No wonder the cemetery population is dwindling... #
  • 04:34 @AstralAudio Go get 'em for me! (I'm bummed; this is the first time I've been unable to participate in a Sigler rush. Awaiting employment.) #
  • 05:00 @PGHolyfield To quote the Mt. Dew commercial: Not baa-d. #
  • 11:25 @MichaelHyatt I'm curious to hear: What kind of new Bible products are you making these days? #
  • 11:31 Re: the Chicago tweetup this weekend (bit.ly/cQJ37s), see Goose Island's food menu (with $) at ow.ly/21JHl @TeeMonster #
  • 11:34 @mgcady Use tongs. #
  • 11:51 Look who was at South of the Border: the Penguin Mini! twitpic.com/1ysctu @TeeMonster @PenguinPbks #
  • 12:11 A REMINDER: This weekend, meet [me,] @TeeMonster, @PhilippaJane, and @pcharing for a Chicago area tweetup! bit.ly/cQJ37s #
  • 12:12 @matociquala But at least you got more protein per gram. #
  • 12:28 @PenguinBooks75 twitpic.com/1wuc0b - It speaks well of the Mini that even "the world's tallest radio comedian" can get in. #
  • 12:36 @MichaelHyatt "I love hearing from writers." Um...dare I ask what you've thought of my stories? #
  • 12:48 @The_RDQ I did. It's okay. #
  • 12:50 @The_RDQ You're welcome. BTW, I was 29 when I got married, & *still* too young. It was one of the things that made me grow up fast. #
  • 14:45 @bethmeacham Do you have any thoughts as to how Tor et al. might involve in this rental-books-shelved-in-cloud direction? #
  • 14:47 @pcharing [ @PhilippaJane] Britain couldn't lure us back linguistically in 200+ years. A New Zealander accomplishes it in less than 3. #
  • 14:56 @PhilippaJane That could be tricky. I refuse to put heels on the back end of my car and frilly ribbons on the front end. #
  • 14:57 @PhilippaJane Add Books & Braun: Phoenix Rising for the trifecta... #
  • 15:01 @spellwight Just as long as we keep the distinction clear: "These people should be killed" is hate. "This behavior is morally wrong" isn't. #
  • 15:03 @bethmeacham And, of course, there's the question of how "pay for it" models survive in Mr. Cane's concept. I confess, I haven't a clue. #
  • 15:05 @spellwight Who *doesn't*? All of our statements reflect our moral stances. As for "who decides which moral structure should be enforced"... #
  • 15:07 @spellwight ...we do, every election day. From one perspective, "you can't legislate morality" is true, from another it's meaningless. #
  • 15:14 @GarlG Most assuredly! #
  • 15:17 @TeeMonster @The_RDQ And I was on Team U.N.C.L.E. since the mid-60s! Where's MY movie? #
  • 15:21 @spellwight And "2 people having oral sex is great unless ... the same sex" isn't hate either. A moral assertion, yes--but no hatred. #
  • 15:22 @spellwight It may be an INCORRECT assertion. But it isn't, in itself, a statement of hatred. #
  • 15:24 @orangetim That was still TV. But it did have one of my favorite lines: "At least when someone is shooting at you you know where you are." #
  • 15:28 @The_RDQ Robert Vaughn was one of my vocal role models. Although I had to learn not to mumble; he never seemed to have that problem. #
  • 15:36 @TeeMonster @treed @orangetim Fun indeed! (Illya as fashion designer, company name "Vanya".) Only sorry they cdn't use the orig graphics. #
  • 15:44 @spellwight I'll still insist on distinction btwn what you & I DO and what we ARE. Even if that platform were law, we'd have choices. #
  • 15:46 @spellwight When it's illegal for you and me to exist, then you and I are truly in a hate culture. #
  • 15:47 @spellwight That said, I wonder how one would go about enforcing a sodomy ban. Sounds opportunistic to me. #
  • 15:52 @spellwight If hetero sex were outlawed, lots of us wd have to be celibate, but otherwise I'd want equal rights. I feel same way abt gay sex #
  • 15:53 @christianaellis "I KNOW the word _snofflaphage_! Too bad if you don't." #
  • 15:57 @The_RDQ "of course"... *headsmack* Kids... #
  • 16:00 @StarJonesEsq My goodness. It would seem "insubordination" is too light a word. #
  • 16:01 @TeeMonster "A drafty castle, a potato crop, and a hundred guineas a year." Yep, sounds like good motivation to find other work, like spying #
  • 16:03 @The_RDQ Not bad! That way you avoid the groaners. (Heard of "My Mother the Car"? No? Gooooooood...) #
  • 16:04 @Nobilis I know. Painful, isn't it? @The_RDQ #
  • 16:13 @The_RDQ Sitcom gimmick: Jerry Van Dyke's mother, Ann Southern, rein[ ]nated as a 1928 auto & talking thru the radio. A stinker. #
  • 16:25 @The_RDQ Your mom is reading this, eh? Good thing I'm watching my language... #
  • 16:26 Off to mow lawn. Down scope. #
  • 17:41 @Cynical_Woman Not to mention my doomsday squad igniting the atmosphere... #
  • 17:42 @nlowell My memories of those two are much better. MFM had Ray Walston & Bill Bixby--unequalled. & Alan Young--a winner. #
  • 17:44 @nlowell I wondered if someone would make the Mr. Ed connection. "Okay, guys, what can we make talk next? And keep it clean!" #
  • 17:47 @VFRick Hurray! #
  • 17:50 @nlowell Ah, that figures. I knew not Francis (*about* him, yes). Didn't see the MMTC-KITT connection...hm...potential story in there. #
  • 17:51 @nlowell So one day a 1928 Porter has a brief encounter with The Little Engine That Could. Months later... #
  • 17:54 @nlowell With benefit of clergy, of course. Both MMTC & KRider were family-hour shows. #
  • 17:55 @nlowell "I think I can, I think I can ... TAKE YOU LOSERS DOWN." #
  • 17:57 @nlowell Talking to Dr. Fleischman. Which would have fit Northern Exposure quite well, come to think of it. #
  • 18:01 tweetphoto.com/28584112 @The_RDQ From the start...PINK!!! #
  • 18:24 @Cynical_Woman Attack the problem at the roots, say I! #
  • 18:25 @Cynical_Woman Ohhhhh... I like it. "Wilbur, I'm engaging turbo boost." #
  • 19:15 @The_RDQ Granted, I find "Registered Dairy Queen" quite tempting... #
  • 19:19 @sinspired twitpic.com/1z3q3m - Ah! Nut-lady! #
  • 19:25 @LN_dragonsong I hear that. Remember "The Lost Weekend"? I lost this afternoon to Twitter. #
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