posted on 01/28/2003 3:08:12 PM PST
To: balrog666; Condorman; *crevo_list; donh; general_re; Gumlegs; jennyp; longshadow; Nebullis; ...
So, four years after Adam and Eve were created dairy farming had spread as far as Britain. What I can't figure out is how those milk fats survived the Flood ...
posted on 01/28/2003 3:09:22 PM PST
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Probably the earliest flyswatters were nothing more than some sort of striking surface attached to the end of a long stick.
A fossilized milk carton with "Have you seen Og?" on the side.
posted on 01/28/2003 3:36:03 PM PST
(Had to lock up my guns, 'cause they was goin' out drinkin'.)
I guess they never heard of the land of milk and honey?
They had to have something to go wash down the ba-manna bread.
Seems awfully late, no?
They used it to lubricate their drills in the Marmite mines.
posted on 01/28/2003 4:02:47 PM PST
("Ask not for whom the Muttly digs under the birdbath in the backyard...he digs for thee.")
Cheese is milk’s attempt at immortality...
posted on 02/08/2014 10:46:03 AM PST
by null and void
(<--- unwilling cattle-car passenger on the bullet train to serfdom)
To: Junior; SunkenCiv
Ug, good cheese, Chedda, what you call it?
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