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Natter 65: Speed Limit Enforced by Aircraft  

Off-topic discussion. Wanna talk about corsets, pandas, duct tape, or physics? This is the place. Detailed discussion of any current-season TV must be whitefonted.

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SuziQ - May 18, 2010 6:07:27 am PDT #29992 of 30001
Back tattoos of the mother is that you are absolutely right - Ame

Chill msbelle. For now. But having it burble under the surface is completely understandable.

Jessica - I'm with you. I get what they are trying to present, but I have a child born in 1990, just a year off of their list, and she knows a bunch of that isn't true. Or "hasn't always been".

I'm at work today. Nose is still snotty and throat hurts to talk, though I can whisper. It is gonna be a loooooooooong day.


Stephanie - May 18, 2010 6:12:43 am PDT #29993 of 30001
Trust my rage

Okay, what an awesome buffista day!

I am so thrilled to hear that Grace is home and the twins are back under the same roof. I'm sure the change in routine will be a major adjustment for all of you, but still, awesome!

And how cool, msbelle, about the better offer! I have no stomach for that stuff when unless the limit given really is my limit. But I can't fake it. So yay, realtor!

And lastly, Happy Birthday, Kalliope!


tommyrot - May 18, 2010 6:13:05 am PDT #29994 of 30001
Sir, it's not an offence to let your cat eat your bacon. Okay? And we don't arrest cats, I'm very sorry.

Should We Make Somali Pirates Walk the Gangplank?

Remember not too long ago when a Russian naval vessel rescued the crew of a ship that had been taken over by pirates? And then the Russians decided to let the pirates go rather than prosecute them? Here's something I didn't know:

Theoretically, the captain was supposed to hand the detainees and the evidence over to regional police. Not wanting to involve himself in legal wrangling, however, he decided to "release" the pirates instead. And thus they were "set free" in a tiny inflatable raft, with no navigation equipment, 350 miles off the coast of Yemen. The raft has since disappeared. In the 21st century, this is how pirates walk the plank.

Damn.


msbelle - May 18, 2010 6:14:23 am PDT #29995 of 30001
Now if your car ain't got it, go out and get it. We like the boom and don't you forget it. So turn down the treble and front your bass.

I am chilling. on the inside I am all flail flail flail, but on the outside I am all "oh look how interesting, an invoice."


tommyrot - May 18, 2010 6:15:43 am PDT #29996 of 30001
Sir, it's not an offence to let your cat eat your bacon. Okay? And we don't arrest cats, I'm very sorry.

on the outside I am all "oh look how interesting, an invoice."

Heh.


Calli - May 18, 2010 6:23:03 am PDT #29997 of 30001
Every stone you threw, I stood on to better see the view. —The Amazing Devil

Congratulations, msbelle!


Tom Scola - May 18, 2010 6:23:55 am PDT #29998 of 30001
Like a pinch on the neck from Mr Spock

Oh, look. It's the end of the thread.


Amy - May 18, 2010 6:25:35 am PDT #29999 of 30001
Because books.

Wow! I wasn't sure that would ever actually happen.


Sparky1 - May 18, 2010 6:26:14 am PDT #30000 of 30001
Librarian Warlord

The End.


§ ita § - May 18, 2010 3:29:24 pm PDT #30001 of 30001
Well not canonically, no, but this is transformative fiction.

Kick off your restrictions here:

"Natter 66: Get Your Kicks."


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