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#80494 01/16/2002 12:31 PM
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We are often criticized for sending topic reeling off course. A perfectly normal conversation is happening when someone suddenly posts something that sends the thread veering off in a completely different direction. We've all done it...I do it on a daily basis.

That being said, here is a new thread for your enjoyment. The off-topic thread. The challenge for you is to post something completely unrelated to anything that has been posted before...hence, stay off-topic. If you reply to something that has been mentioned previously, then you are on-topic and that is something you should do in other threads.

So then:

Courtesy of the Learning Perl colophon, a little about Llamas:

Llamas are from Andean range of South America, where they are well suited for the high mountain life. Llamas graze on grasses and are also known to be short tempered, stubborn and will "spit" to demonstrate displeasure.

Llamas can carry heavy loads, and are often used as beasts of burden. Archiological evidence suggests that Llamas have been domesticated for over 4,000 years.

Llamas also provide wool, meat and leather hides, although the wool of its cousin, the alpaca is more highly sought.

That is enough about Llamas....now for something completely different....

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#80495 01/16/2002 12:50 PM
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I need help setting up my UBB. Can somebody help me?

#80496 01/16/2002 12:57 PM
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Of course not. I like pepperoni pizza.

#80497 01/16/2002 1:29 PM
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Cheeses that have holes in them are commonly referred to as "Swiss Cheese", but in reality there are many different cheeses from many different countries that are often confused as such.

A few examples:
  • Fol Epi (France)
  • Emmental (Swiss)
  • Jarlsburg (Norway)
  • Comte (France)
  • Leerdammer (Holland)

#80498 01/16/2002 3:23 PM
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The cheeseheads at the Green Bay/San Francisco football game were in rare form last weekend. It was a fun game to watch... especially since GB won!


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#80499 01/16/2002 3:56 PM
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One is the loneliest number that you'll ever do.

#80500 01/16/2002 4:12 PM
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due?? due? eek

is that the kind of thing you want?


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#80501 01/16/2002 4:20 PM
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I wonder the physical statistics of a can of Coke. I mean, they fit all that coke into one can. One can. It must be easy to make Coke compressed like that. Speaking of compressed, who here likes salami?

#80502 01/16/2002 4:21 PM
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I want/need something for the upset stomach this new protein/meal-replacement powder I've started using seems to be causing. Got any suggestions?

Another question: Does the caffiene/ephedrine/white willow bark supplement I've been taking really inhibit the effectiveness of creatine monohydrate's water uptake in the muscle cell? I have noticed that I don't gain weight/strength as fast if I take both supplements.


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#80503 01/16/2002 4:32 PM
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Of all the questions that plague mankind, the one that really burns our mind on a weekend morning is what kind of omelet to order.

Websters defines an omelet as: a dish made of beaten and cooked eggs that are folded often around a filling.

Such a vague definition allow for endless combinations. However some of the common ones include: Cheese omelet (your choice of cheese), Onion, Onion and Cheese. Ham, Ham and Cheese, Ham/Cheese/Onion. Peppers, Peppers and Onion, Peppers/Onion/Cheese, Peppers/Onion/Ham/Cheese, Broccoli, Broccoli and Cheese, you get the idea.

Other common ingrediants include: tomato, olives, spinich, potato, sausage, bacon.

Ingrediants you will be hard pressed to find on a menu would be Chocolate Chips, Bananas, Cherries. However, all of these are likely fillings for a Crepe, which like an omelet, is folded around a filling. However, a crepe isn't an omelet and an omelet isn't a crepe. It is usual to have veggies in an omelet and fruits in a crepe, but less so vice versa.

Which of course begets the questions: which came first the chicken or the crepe.

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It was at that point when I realized that yes, indeed, the babboons were really going to feast on my flesh.

It's also been proven that dogs cannot drive purple sleds down streets, because ice cream has no bones.

---Jamin


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#80505 01/16/2002 5:01 PM
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Good afternoon everybody.

"NORM!"

#80506 01/16/2002 5:57 PM
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sleep is god.

#80507 01/16/2002 5:59 PM
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Norm Abrahms (Spelling?) is a great carpenter.

Anyone see the episode of Freakazoid with him in it?


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#80508 01/16/2002 6:06 PM
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My dog made with the poo gas..

Now for this important announcement..


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#80509 01/16/2002 6:19 PM
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BUY ONE MONTH OF ATNT SERVICE AND GET THE 6TH HALF OFF!

#80510 01/16/2002 6:42 PM
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Umm..
I'm looking at a person.

#80511 01/16/2002 6:58 PM
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Speaking of people, I ate an elephant yesterday.

#80512 01/16/2002 7:06 PM
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i cant feel my ear

#80513 01/16/2002 9:05 PM
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Flick your ear. See if that works.

#80514 01/16/2002 9:35 PM
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Why is there no ground fish? There's ground beef, ground turkey, ground chicken, ground pork, but no ground fish. mad

#80515 01/16/2002 9:37 PM
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First day I go off to college, I'm going to play "What's that smell" for 12 hours straight..


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#80516 01/16/2002 9:45 PM
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You know what's a funny word? Banana!

#80517 01/16/2002 11:33 PM
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I broke 2 guitar strings today.

#80518 01/17/2002 12:21 AM
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I went to the bathroom.

#80519 01/17/2002 12:27 AM
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moving right along....


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#80520 01/17/2002 6:24 AM
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Cool!

#80521 01/17/2002 6:41 AM
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why does a script works fine locally on two systems, but does not work on a silly server?

grrrr!

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Because it's cal's birthday! (happy birthday)

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do we have a test today in english?

#80524 01/17/2002 3:19 PM
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I think it's time for an ethanol based fluidic refreshment


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#80525 01/17/2002 3:58 PM
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It's silly.... isn't it?

#80526 01/17/2002 4:09 PM
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My favorite line(s) in a movie from this past week:

"Just how long were you standing there?"

"Long enough to see your victory dance..."

(embarrassed) "Oooohhh... tell me something that will keep me from throwing myself down these stairs..."

little hesitation

"It'll be at least a week before I can imagine myself thinking about anything else..."

- Joe Somebody


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#80527 01/17/2002 7:28 PM
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I want a donut.

mmm donuts...


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#80528 01/17/2002 7:35 PM
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I want a drink.

#80529 01/17/2002 8:46 PM
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Fight Club is a really good movie.

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Pizza shop slogan: "7 days without pizza makes one weak."


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One day, I will go to the moon.

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The earth is flat, it just has round edges.


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#80533 01/18/2002 1:56 AM
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Food is needed for the body.

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