"Verily I say unto thee that a crucifix of bacon shall inflict double-monad
damage with no saving throw onto all Marxists who gaze upon it or breathe
its aroma." - Dwayne "Leibniz" Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho
On Monday, August 5, 2013 11:49:41 AM UTC-4, freqflyer07281972 wrote:
> A wise man once said (perhaps it was me, I don't know, I wrote it down but
> lost it during my last blackout): "BWAH! GET YOUR HANDS OFF MY WALLET YOU
> DIRTY FILCHER!"
> Bacon sure is good. And you know what else is good? Leibniz. But when
> bacon is cooking, I don't smell it, I only smell deliciousness.
> Bacon might be defined as the way we convert a pig into its essence --
> which, in MY OWN TERMS, is the intrinsic nature or indispensable quality of
> something (oh, what? that actually IS the definition of essence? nevermind,
> carry on...)
> Historically, since at least the time bacon was invented, vegetarians,
> jews, and other meat-hating, hell-bound monads of the liberal persuasion
> have denied the rights of bacon-eating individuals to enjoy its essence.
> Leibniz probably would have enjoyed a much leaner version of bacon than we
> are used, but he still would have apperceived that he perceived its
> Here is a picture of a baconscape, with the lovely sun rising behind :
> (Brought to you by Oscar Mayer)
> My personal thanks to the voices in my head for helping me craft this post
> and for giving me the explanation of bacon I have just
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