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Marama
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Woops, how did that happen? Sorry, folks.
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RooK wrote: I believe that humans would be best served arranged on their knees in the grovelling and begging position they were probably in during their last moments.
And presumably the position RooK is in for a good portion of his waking ones.

-Presleyterian (who has not forgotten RooK's "put down the fork" line, but who believes that revenge, like Bavarian Cream Pie, is a dish best served cold)

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Originally posted by Christine:

In Fiji it is regarded as rather unseemly to joke about 'boloku' (the traditional practice of eating human flesh) unless you are Fijian,

I know. I feel much the same way about queer jokes. I was just glad that I had finally hit upon a group where some shipmate or another didn't pipe up with "some of my best friends are Fijian Cannibals, and I'm highly offended."
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Originally posted by Presleyterian:
And presumably the position RooK is in for a good portion of his waking ones.

Presley, I am so very glad you took advantage of that. I was going to, but felt I was vulnerable to counter-attack.
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Originally posted by Presleyterian:
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RooK wrote: I believe that humans would be best served arranged on their knees in the grovelling and begging position they were probably in during their last moments.
And presumably the position RooK is in for a good portion of his waking ones.

-Presleyterian (who has not forgotten RooK's "put down the fork" line, but who believes that revenge, like Bavarian Cream Pie, is a dish best served cold)

I suspect that insulting Preslyterian is similar to invoking the Goat Curse the Cubs have been suffering from since the 1940s.

RooK, if you ever want to drive a nice car again, I suggest you apologize.

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Pres, darling, I'm sure you're anything but a cold dish.
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Sine, you back-stabbing bastard.

tomb, face it - you're more scared of Presleyterian than I am because you're afraid she'll belittle your organ.

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Marama
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Well, some of my good friends are Fijians (though not cannibals) and I'm not offended, and I doubt they would be either. Today they're all too pleased at having beaten the Americans in the Rugby World Cup to bother, anyway. However, in the Islands I'd leave the jokes to them.
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quote:
Originally posted by RooK:
Sine, you back-stabbing bastard.

tomb, face it - you're more scared of Presleyterian than I am because you're afraid she'll belittle your organ.

You silly man, at least I have an organ to play.
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RooK wrote: Pres, I'm sure you're anything but a cold dish.
In the words of British Prime Minister Francis Urquhart, "You might well think that; I couldn't possibly comment."
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You silly man, at least I have an organ to play.

But I've done sacrificial giving for a better organ.
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"You might well think that; I couldn't possibly comment."
Which is also the best rejoinder to any inquiry about tomb's prodigious organ.

And Sine Nomine, I have no doubt that you indeed have.

[ 16. October 2003, 06:27: Message edited by: Presleyterian ]

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Sine, you back-stabbing bastard.

Cool! Now I've got a new signature!

I thought this was supposed to be a Christian web site. [Paranoid]

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There's an American rugby team?

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Originally posted by Christine:
Well, some of my good friends are Fijians (though not cannibals) and I'm not offended, and I doubt they would be either. Today they're all too pleased at having beaten the Americans in the Rugby World Cup to bother, anyway.

There's a Rugby World Cup? And an American national team? Who'd a-thunk?! [Big Grin]

I wonder if there are actual Americans on the team. I've never known a single rugby player in my entire life.

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Mousethief, I think we should have been told. Momentous events have taken place, and there hasn't been a thing in the news.
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I've never known a single rugby player in my entire life.

I have. [Big Grin]

Knew a Jesuit too, for that matter. Need to tell La Druid that story some time.

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And Sine Nomine, I have no doubt that you indeed have.

The new organ at our cathedral, for which I did sacrificial giving, is a wonderful instrument, as I am sure tomb will concur.
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Rugby is momentous?

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Indeed there is a Rugby World Cup, taking place in Aus. Canberra is hosting the Tongan, Welsh and Italian teams - and much singing is being done by all. Husband reports that the rugby is a little underwhelming at the moment. I wouldn't know. The flags are pretty though.
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tomb
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tomb's prodigious organ
God, I love that. Would that it were true. "Significant," perhaps--depending on the context. "Prodigious,"--never, unless under the glass of the stupefying magnetism of the rest of the package.
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I am referring, of course, to the Worship Space they have hired me to perform in.
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Originally posted by Christine:
Husband reports that the rugby is a little underwhelming at the moment.

Oh. Well then. Not momentous after all.

Sorry, Mousethief. Didn't mean to be alarmist. We can all get back to watching the World Series*.

*Yes, I know it's obnoxious of us to call it the World Series when only American and two Canadian teams have a chance of getting into it. That's the point.

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Actually, I read somewhere that the World Series was named after the New York World, a now-defunct newspaper, who were an early sponsor. Now THERE is a neat trick -- branding that continues after the brand no longer exists! Don't that just knock stadium naming rights into a cocked batter's helmet!

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Does this qualify for the most-derailed thread this year?
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Shut up, Christine. This is good stuff.
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Use of title 'World' - potential to mislead in sporting events [Roll Eyes]

While the World Series (apparently played for some form of rounders) only involves Americans and their colony to the north, the Rugby World Cup (TM) includes 20 countries from around the globe. However, in effect only England and its former colonies (Australia, New Zealand, South Africa) have any chance of winning, so probably not really much different to the World Series.

(Please note that admitting that England are possible winners of the World Cup is really, really difficult to admit... [Waterworks] )

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quote:
Originally posted by Mousethief:
Now THERE is a neat trick -- branding that continues after the brand no longer exists!

There is a Scottish lullaby and/or children's song, certainly known to all True Scotsmen, that stars "ally bally ally-bally bee".

It was an advertising jingle for "Coulter's Candy", a sweetie that probably hasn't been available since the 19th century.

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Ally, bally, ally bally bee,
Sittin' on your mammie's knee,
Greetin' for a wee bawbee.
Tae buy some Coulter's Candy.


[Waterworks]

Man, that takes me back.

[ 16. October 2003, 13:49: Message edited by: Peppone ]

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I just went and sang it to my 2 year old, part-Chinese son. (He won't sleep.) He gazed at me in a kind of wonder as the tears ran down my cheeks.

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[Votive]

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Funny how you can watch your rugby team get booted around the park, and laugh it off, and say your country means nothing much to you now, it's just where you were born: and then someone reminds you of a lullaby that elsewise you'd probably never have thought of again in your life, and suddenly the room goes misty...

Anyway, back to those [Mad] cannibals, or was it [Mad] missionaries? No it was [Mad] [Mad] [Mad] Methodists, I remember now.

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quote:
Originally posted by ken:
quote:
Originally posted by Peppone:
I am the good kind of English teacher.

There's a worse kind?

Quick, get the stakes and garlic! Or was it rosemary? Or rice?

No. It is: Parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme.

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No. It is: Parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme.

We've got another one with a pony-tail, folks.
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quote:
Originally posted by Mousethief:
There's an American rugby team?

Since playing rugby typically requires ingesting large quantities of alcohol, you could probably scare up a scrum at almost any US university campus. (Evangel College in Springfield, MO, possibly being an exception.)

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quote:
Originally posted by Sine Nomine:
quote:
Originally posted by The Bede's American Successor:
No. It is: Parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme.

We've got another one with a pony-tail, folks.
Oh. You've seen a picture of me on my web site. (Hey, the original poem used by S&G is in my Norton's Anthology. They must have used the same book in college.)

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Christine:
Well, some of my good friends are Fijians (though not cannibals) and I'm not offended, and I doubt they would be either. Today they're all too pleased at having beaten the Americans in the Rugby World Cup to bother, anyway.

There's a Rugby World Cup? And an American national team? Who'd a-thunk?! [Big Grin]

I wonder if there are actual Americans on the team. I've never known a single rugby player in my entire life.

You've lead a sheltered life. Be thankful. Where I went to college the rugby team wore buttons that said,
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It takes leather balls to play rugby.


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Oh. You've seen a picture of me on my web site.

Actually I haven't.

But at the very least a metaphorical pony-tail was evident.

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quote:
Originally posted by Sine Nomine:
quote:
Originally posted by The Bede's American Successor:
No. It is: Parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme.

We've got another one with a pony-tail, folks.
And just what is wrong with a pony-tail?

Admittedly it is no longer an option for this somewhat-thin-on-top Gremlin, but you may consider me a virtual pony-tail wearer! [Devil]

Gremlin

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Everyone has said I look years younger since I cut mine off.
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That's one of the reasons I don't shave! As it is, I look somewhat older than bb... despite the truth. [Smile]

Gremlin

p.s. this is a *truly* derailed thread! (edit)

[ 16. October 2003, 23:07: Message edited by: Gremlin ]

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quote:
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this is a *truly* derailed thread!

Most threads I start end up that way. Do you think it indicates an incurable frivolity of thought?
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Most threads you post on get derailed. I wonder if there's a connection? [Biased]
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I'm thinking there must be.
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One could say that Sine thinks "outside the rails".
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There certainly is an American Rugby team. Here are the details of their match against Fiji, together with a gallery of well-fed men wrestling over a leather ball.

Finally here are some Fijian Rugby fans, making the traditional "loser gets eaten" sign.

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Finally here are some Fijian Rugby fans, making the traditional "loser gets eaten" sign.

Oh please let me lose!
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Originally posted by Sine Nomine:
Everyone has said I look years younger since I cut mine off.

For a moment I was afraid I was back on the Circumcision thread. [Eek!]

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The pony tail, Alex.
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oh you gays and your euphemisms.

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