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Who is he that hears?
My imaginary friend, Daphne.
She knows stuff you people wouldn't believe! She knows what I'm wearing right now, for example!
No zen koan???
pagh poH. wo' jagh HoH!
I no speak-uh da klingon...
What type of cheese is on the moon and do I need to bring my own crackers?
I would recommend Gouda. It can be found pre-sliced or should be found, at least we have it over here, so... If it's not pre-sliced, you should wait for the slicey-dicey guy to slip it, before he cuts his wrists open with the bloody tool (in this case, bloody tool).
I'll make a note of that.
Now I just need to find a ride to get there.
I think Gouda is pretty much one of the five most used cheese types... Well, at least here it is. I think you shouldn't have that many problems, trying to find it.
It's probably easy to find, I've just never looked for it.
Go for it. It's pretty darn good cheese.
Well... Naturally, I don't know how they make it over there, but the basic principles should still stand.
Gouda, with cheddar, makes for a great grilled cheese!:)
Well, I wouldn't eat the cheese as-it-is... It's one of the main demons behind constipation, after all.
I'm going to try it, next time I can think about getting it
I'm glad to be at your service. That's why I posted this thread to begin with.
Thank you for your service.
if the matter neither can be created nor can be destroyed then what about those virtual particles popping up every moment from nowhere, some of them succeed to become real and some not. so aren't those succeeding particles increasing the total mass of the universe? OR the energy in the universe also remains invisible that is creating the virtual particles so that it should not be considered increasing total mass because it from the same source!?
A very clever question, indeed.
Hold on, I have to see, what Kermit has up his ****... I will give you a proper response as soon as possible.
Ok, are you still around here, my lovely Indian ("Welcome to our fine Indian restaurant") friend? All's patched up and fine.
How many planets can you devour for 73 seconds?
Two, but they are the closest ones. In fact, Venus is even more Earth-like than Mars. Then again, the silly buggers have at least one - if not dozens (can't tell, since I simply don't know) - station(s) down there. When I say down, I mean down down.
What's it like in Lahti at this time of year?
I have no idea, since it's about 300 km south-southwest. My brother lives in Lahti, so he should have a much better idea. Probably seven metres of snow and -100 C. It's +24 C here and I don't wear a shirt. My religion prohibits me from using one.
Did you enjoy your family visit?
I loved the food.
Sleeping was great. Company... Well... It's always a bit of a stretch, with family like ours.
All things considered, it sounds like a positive experience.
Is it a cover up?
Yes, that about covers it.
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