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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I think I dreamed about plumbing supplies last night.
I hope that doesn't mean anything.
baron arem heshvaun wrote:
Doesn't matter. You're a Baron.
'Synthetic Men of Mars' by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Also been back on the Gardner F. Fox - 'Kothar, Barbarian Swordsman' and 'Kyric - Warlock Warrior', to be precise, even if Kyric does absolutely no warlock-ing whatsoever, preferring to spend all his time eating and perving over young women instead, the lazy git.
And for non-fiction, 'Selected Works of Alexandra Kollontai', by the late Soviet ambassador to Helium.
I read somewhere that green tea boosts your head sponge thingy. Or help you access more of that knowledge crap. Or something.
Green tea's supposed to do all sorts of magic b*ll*cks. It is, apparently, a fat-burner, has all sorts of anti-oxidant properties, etc etc. Someone also told me it was hallucinogenic when I was a teenager; as a result, I tried smoking it.
What a surprise.
Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
Mainly cheaper in the sense that their training is paid for by somebody else.
As for Farage, I'm still disappointed that the duel between him and the Polish prince never came off.
Today's a day for Big Decisions.
Even if the result of the In/Out EU Referendum a) isn't legally binding and b) has to be approved by Parliament anyway
Also, the EU has a habit of saying 'Nope. Wrong answer. Do it again' when the vote doesn't go their way - see Ireland and the Lisbon Treaty. Not that they will, necessarily, but they have past form
Anyway, I voted out, basically because I strongly dislike the way the EU operates, the direction it's going in and the fact that it forces all the member countries into a pro-privatisation, Neo-Liberal straitjacket. And because the party line was to vote Leave, and I'm very disciplined. I loathed the mainstream Leave campaign, which wasn't addressing any of my concerns, preferring to puke out thinly disguised racist propaganda and appeals to turn us into some sort of Mythic version of 1950s Rhodesia; however, I would not trust Cameron with anything, no matter how small. Still, he and Osborne are finished, with any luck, and it's been amusing watching the Conservative Party rip itself apart. This will be less of a good thing if no Cameron means Boris Johnson becomes PM (Farage has no chance)