Occasionally and without good reason more of something will appear on this site. Also, Michelle Malkin.
SCIENCE!11!!Now what if I include a link to your post? Or maybe I should cross it up and link to your blog?So many questions. But the free market will solve everything.~
Now what if I include a link to your post?DO NOT CROSS THE STREAMS.
I used the "Create a Link" thingie at the bottom of the post this time.
DO NOT CROSS THE STREAMS. 6/18/2009 04:49:00 PM==============================Too Late!P.S. I did try that create a link deal (I left it as a draft). It seemed to me it was just making a blog post with a link.Maybe my blog is too small (SO FAR) to box with google, or some such.~
I think things are just showing up late.
Links to this post Righteous Bubba: An Experiment Create a Link ---------------------Your link shows up. My link to Guess what that's what still does not, so either you have to use the create a link thing to start your post, or else something.~
I have been exposed to ALthouse being a moron about Turtles, thanks guys.
It was all for science, Another Kiwi.So you at least you can cling to that.P.S. I cited your pronunciation of Weta on another site.~
All for science ITTDGY! That's etymology and entomology innit?
Let's throw ecology in there, just for the halibut.~
All for science... push It's got to beThunder's gotta knowWhen you're linking under heatAll for science... pushKiwi let it beTake it from a proWho's blogging to the beat
I can't help but notice that my 'link to this post' still doesn't show.I shan't be back.P.S. Except for the Milli Vanilli link. I appreciate that kind of street cred. Hanx, RB!~
There was a time when I had a girlfriend who would ask the dreaded "What are you thinking?" question on a regular basis."Milli Vanilli" said I, about half the time, and completely sincerely.
You mean someone else was doing the thinking while you brain-synched?
See, here's whatcha do.Mix the Potassium Perchlorate with the Aluminum, the salt peter and the milli vanilli on a sheet of newspaper spread out on the living room floor. No metal, just paper bags, wooden spoons and bowls and newspaper. And fer crissakes, no smoking, ok? Gad.Anyway, fold the newspaper in half so the perchlorate/vanilli mixture is in the crease, and SLOWLY tilt it back and forth so it mixes together. Don't go getting rambunctious here, keep it moving slowly, don't let the static or friction heat build up and you'll be fine. Yes, you will. Now shut up and listen. When it's all mixed up, pour it in a wooden bowl, put it someplace dark and cool where it won't be disturbed, and lets go out and start cutting the PVC pipe...
Mikey's recipe for Milli Vanilli Surprise or as capcha more correctly calls it dierphos.
This post was never written in the first place, due to lack of coffee.
You mean someone else was doing the thinking while you brain-synched?Not at all: thesis-worthy material, the Milli Vanilli saga.
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