At 15:53 01/06/01 +0100, you wrote: Jon, thinking Paganism and Christianity should co-exist happily as do Art and Science. Yes, if only... http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/0,,62-112765,00.html Alex Gough -- Today class, we'll be cloning extinct species to see how they taste.
On Tue, 22 May 2001, Robin Szemeti wrote: hmmm .. I was tempted just to let it pass .. but I can't resist ;) What you need to remember is this : They will say ANYTHING to get your vote .. ANYTHING. Even the truth? I'd very much doubt that. Alex Gough -- I don't believe that honesty leads to madness. I don't believe we need delusions to stay sane. I don't believe the truth is strewn with booby-traps, waiting to swallow up anyone who thinks too much. There is nowhere to fall -- not unless you stand there digging the hole.
On Thu, 17 May 2001, Simon Cozens wrote: On Thu, May 17, 2001 at 11:03:35AM +0100, AEF wrote: When I last ordered a HDD from Dabs, they mailed me a couple of days later to say that it wasn't in stock (there website said it was). My motherboard from Dabs has spent two days awaiting credit card clearance and two days awaiting despatch. It *is* in stock, it's just taking them four days - and counting - to get around to shipping it. Simply aren't much better. Took them three weeks to get stuff in stock. Simply have a habit of sending me things in a really big brown paper bag, and while I quite like the Santaesque overtones, I'd prefer to see things nicely wrapped so I don't receive more (albeit smaller) items than I'd ordered. Dabs are fine, but their shop lies.
I appoint Greg as my Culture Adviser and as head of the church. Any volunteers for my other minions? Even if you don't want a cabinet post, please feel free to volunteer as a Henchman. You'll get 25 days holiday a year, a nice uniform and a free Hench. ... Before I kill you, Mr Bond, I want you to sign this confession of your own incompetance using your ordinary looking pen. action type=strokes naked cat Alex Gough -- Guyfawkes made a very loyal plan to to blow up the King and the bishops and everybody else in Parliament, with gunpowder. Although he failed attempts are made every year on St Guyfawke's Day to remind the Parliament that it would have been a Good Thing had he succeeded.
On Fri, 11 May 2001, Dominic Mitchell wrote: How many things do you have on top of your monitor? -Dom Time enough for a delurking... 1 Frog (green, flat, catbeaten) 1 Dinosaur (brown, with pointy horns and tail) 1 Dinosaur (those wooden skeletons (you'd not imagine the trouble I had trying to buy this...)) And, tied to the ceiling above the monitor, a 35p flying dinosaur which waves in the thermals. Alex Gough -- A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort.