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Monday, June 12, 2017

unclejr <watsona64@gmail.com>: Jun 12 08:27PM -0700

> Steve Jobs, Spelling corrector.
I actually opened this thread because I was intrigued by the subject of an inept, partisan comet.
CtrlAltDel <altiemcd@aol.com>: Jun 13 03:25AM

On Mon, 12 Jun 2017 13:33:02 -0700, Mercellus Bohren wrote:
 
> Never saw him there again.
 
> That's no 'character' he's playing on his show. He's always been
> bat-shit crazy.
 
They banned him from Englandistan because of his vulgar and uncivilized
gym behavior. Brutish and beastly male behavior is best suited for caves
and poor neighborhoods, not where enlightened and learned men congregate.
I bet you a thousand dollars he man-spread all over your weight machines.
Someone may have said something about it and he man-splained himself and
pissed someone off. Was that someone maybe named Mercellus?
 
Revenge posts are for women.
Michael Press <rubrum@pacbell.net>: Jun 12 08:07PM -0700


> 'Wholefoods' are not additive-free necessarily. What would be a good
> word to describe 'bio' food? (You score double if the word has a French
> origin, thus recognisable in French and English.)
 
Scam.
 
In chemistry organic has more than one definition.
A good broad definition is a compound with reduced carbon atoms.
By this definition carbon dioxide is not organic because
the carbon is oxidized. It is generally accepted that
the first organic compound synthesized in a laboratory
is urea, which has _no_ carbon atoms.
 
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Michael Press
Michael Press <rubrum@pacbell.net>: Jun 12 08:07PM -0700

In article <MPG.3388f1f0b417853a4e7@news.individual.net>,
> very bad thing.
 
> Janet
 
> Janet
 
Nothing is good or bad but thinking makes it so.
 
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Michael Press
Michael Press <rubrum@pacbell.net>: Jun 12 08:13PM -0700

In article <f7s4ich8fk1qk6n34qo2cbk5bs3jcp5715@4ax.com>,
 
> That doesn't sound right, not a "major" factor if any factor at all.
> Overuse through normal means can explain it. Also, how can resistance
> be sexually transmitted?
 
Because, allegedly, Thailand prostitutes are a culture medium
for antibiotic resistant species. Another byproduct is the
development and prescription of dangerous antibiotics.
Ciprofloxacin can permanently damage the peripheral nervous
system and tendons, even to rupture of tendons.
 
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ciprofloxacin#Contraindications>
 
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Michael Press
Michael Press <rubrum@pacbell.net>: Jun 12 07:49PM -0700

In article <ea70d588-132f-4e96-9c15-9ec2ada311b2@googlegroups.com>,
> > > That was back when America was coming apart.
 
> > IFYPFY
 
> seriously, do you think America is not coming apart now? Do you think we're all unified?
 
Yes. Everybody is obsessed with President Trump.
 
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Michael Press
Michael Press <rubrum@pacbell.net>: Jun 12 07:48PM -0700

In article <d7beb013-efc9-46d6-80a4-b2b7b1cd508b@googlegroups.com>,
 
> The stories that are coming out these days about the people paying companies to drag them to the top of Mount Everest are both amusing and sad. My favorite was the socialite who decided to climb the mountain about 10 years back. They were almost carrying her up the trail while a porter or two were bringing her essential supplies which included an espresso machine for her caffeine boosts. I never did hear how they were providing electricity for it. Maybe a generator? As I recall, her presence played a role in one of the nearly yearly disasters on the mountain because her slow progress was slowing down everyone else climbing and descending that day and lead to a few deaths. But I may be confusing various incidents together.
 
Some of those trails are a charnel house.
Difficult to read those stories.
 
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Michael Press
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