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Es99
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RE: RE: So that's where

Message 35434 in response to message 35433

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So that's where the name "Pinky" came from.

Oh, dear Misfit! It's just occurred to me that we aren't talking about the same thing at all! :-)
Cheers, Mike.


Now is that because you've had too much Foster's or not enough? ;-)

..but I am looking forward to those colliding black holes.

Physics is for gurls!

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RE: RE: So that's where

Message 35435 in response to message 35433

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So that's where the name "Pinky" came from.

Oh, dear Misfit! It's just occurred to me that we aren't talking about the same thing at all! :-)
Cheers, Mike.


heh heh actually the name "Pinky" comes from the movie "Doom". So um... what exactly were you talking about? Oh nevermind... prolly too much personal info. :-P

Now Mike here's another (allegedly trick) question. Is Einstein gonna have an online store like SETI? I'd like to purchase my own fully portable black hole that I can use to clear out all the stalled traffic on the freeway ahead of me.

me-[at]-rescam.org

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RE: RE: RE: So that's

Message 35436 in response to message 35435

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So that's where the name "Pinky" came from.

Oh, dear Misfit! It's just occurred to me that we aren't talking about the same thing at all! :-)
Cheers, Mike.

heh heh actually the name "Pinky" comes from the movie "Doom". So um... what exactly were you talking about? Oh nevermind... prolly too much personal info. :-P

Now Mike here's another (allegedly trick) question. Is Einstein gonna have an online store like SETI? I'd like to purchase my own fully portable black hole that I can use to clear out all the stalled traffic on the freeway ahead of me.

That's a good idea. With my own black hole I could get rid of those few pesky students that disrupt my classes. It might be fun to watch them be stretched into human speghetti.... (and there are only 3 out of 70 kids that I'd like to do this to).

Kathryn :o)

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John Hunt
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RE: Now Mike here's

Message 35437 in response to message 35436

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Now Mike here's another (allegedly trick) question. Is Einstein gonna have an online store like SETI? I'd like to purchase my own fully portable black hole that I can use to clear out all the stalled traffic on the freeway ahead of me.

Black holes already exist here on his planet. There is one on the 3rd floor of the building where I work here in Leicester. Anything getting too close to it disappears without trace.

It is our admin. dept.......

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Holy crap! My admin dept is

Message 35438 in response to message 35437

Holy crap! My admin dept is also on the 3rd floor! It's more dangerous than the Bermuda Triangle.

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RE: heh heh actually the

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heh heh actually the name "Pinky" comes from the movie "Doom". So um... what exactly were you talking about? Oh nevermind... prolly too much personal info. :-P


Whoops!
I'll just get my foot out of my mouth and we can continue! :-)

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Now Mike here's another (allegedly trick) question. Is Einstein gonna have an online store like SETI? I'd like to purchase my own fully portable black hole that I can use to clear out all the stalled traffic on the freeway ahead of me.


No black hole franchise yet. I'd have to talk to Bill Gates about that.....
Though I do have a spare Professor Peabody's WayBack Machine Version Five if anyone wants one. Then you can time tunnel as much traffic back to the Cretaceous as you want..... :-)
Upon reflection, in all likelihood, on balance, taking all things into consideration, with one thing or another and after careful thought then I'd say ...... not enough Fosters ..... :-)
Cheers, Mike.

I have made this letter longer than usual because I lack the time to make it shorter. Blaise Pascal

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RE: Though I do have a

Message 35440 in response to message 35439

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Though I do have a spare Professor Peabody's WayBack Machine Version Five if anyone wants one. Then you can time tunnel as much traffic back to the Cretaceous as you want..... :-)

The Time Tunnel -
Classic TV from a bygone age......

Mike Hewson
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RE: The Time Tunnel -

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The Time Tunnel -
Classic TV from a bygone age......


Yeah, they sure don't make time tunnels like they used to..... :-)
Cheers, Mike.

I have made this letter longer than usual because I lack the time to make it shorter. Blaise Pascal

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RE: RE: The Time Tunnel -

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The Time Tunnel -
Classic TV from a bygone age......

Yeah, they sure don't make time tunnels like they used to..... :-)
Cheers, Mike.


The new ones are done in digital.

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