Re: Virtual WC/song
- Joost back from QueebecK...
An' a sad scene, it wuz, at the beheadin'...but bein' dacent folk
doin' him in...he wuz granted one last request:
"You have one last request."
"Weel now, tis damned dacent of ye."
"Do you want a hood?"
"No, thank ye"
"Do you want a priest?"
"No, thank ye, ye'll be needin' him more than Oi do."
"Oi'd loike ta sing one last song."
"Get on with it."
"Will ye honor me last request in full."
"We will. Get on with it."
"An' so I weel....'one hundred meellion bottles o' beer on the wall,
one hundred meellion bottles of beer..."
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Frank Thomas Smith"
> --- In email@example.com, "write3chairs"
> <write3chairs@> wrote:
> > I forgot to add, I'll use Gaelman's disembodied head
> > as a hood ornament for my Bishopette-mobile, unless
> > of course he has a moral issue with this.
> > Cheers,
> > Sister J.
> Bloody good idea, Sister.
> H.H.P. I
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "gaelman58" wrote:
> > > Ef ye don't moind, Oi'd rather be beheaded...
- An optimist isn't necessarily a blithe, sappy whistler in the dark. To
be hopeful in bad times is not just foolishly romantic. If we remember
those times and places where people have behaved magnificently, this
gives us energy to act and at least the possibility of sending this
spinning top of a world in a different direction.