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[narbonic] Spoiler for 22 Jan 2003

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  • Metal Fatigue
    Our spoiler space for today will be in the form of the world s longest knock-knock joke: Knock, knock. Who s there? Knock, knock. Who s there? Knock, knock.
    Message 1 of 6 , Jan 22, 2003
      Our spoiler space for today will be in the form of the world's longest
      knock-knock joke:

      Knock, knock.
      Who's there?
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      Who's there?
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      Knock, Philip, knock.
      Who's there?
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      Knock, Glass, knock.
      Who's there?
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      Sarge, please tell me this isn't going to turn into
      "The Cold Equations."

      --
      O- Seth Blumberg | "I'm too smart to get involved in this...
      <sethb@...> | I will resist the urge to comment...Who
      Deputy Director of the | am I kidding? I will flap my arms and fly
      Central Arrogance Agency | to the moon." -- ron1@...
    • Shaenon K. Garrity
      ... Ah, my favorite maudlin science-fiction story. (I tell a lie: my favorite maudlin science-fiction story is really The Ballad of Lost C Mell. ) Wait for
      Message 2 of 6 , Jan 22, 2003
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        >From: Metal Fatigue <sethb@...>
        >To: narbonic@yahoogroups.com
        >Subject: [narbonic] Spoiler for 22 Jan 2003
        >Date: Wed, Jan 22, 2003, 9:11 AM
        >

        > Our spoiler space for today will be in the form of the world's longest
        > knock-knock joke:
        >
        > Knock, knock.
        > Who's there?
        > Knock, knock.
        > Who's there?
        > Knock, knock.
        > Who's there?
        > Knock, knock.
        > Who's there?
        > Knock, knock.
        > Who's there?
        > Knock, knock.
        > Who's there?
        > Knock, knock.
        > Who's there?
        > Knock, Philip, knock.
        > Who's there?
        > Knock, knock.
        > Who's there?
        > Knock, knock.
        > Who's there?
        > Knock, knock.
        > Who's there?
        > Knock, knock.
        > Who's there?
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        > Who's there?
        > Knock, knock.
        > Who's there?
        > Knock, knock.
        > Who's there?
        > Knock, Glass, knock.
        > Who's there?
        > Knock, knock.
        > Who's there?
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        > Who's there?
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        > Who's there?
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        > Sarge, please tell me this isn't going to turn into
        > "The Cold Equations."



        Ah, my favorite maudlin science-fiction story. (I tell a lie: my favorite
        maudlin science-fiction story is really "The Ballad of Lost C'Mell.") Wait
        for tomorrow.


        Shaenon
      • Robert McCarthy
        ... you aint fooling anybody... 1. bad stuff never happens to mell. 2.they knew mell would come so it s not Cold Equations 3. Nothing bad happens to anybody
        Message 3 of 6 , Jan 22, 2003
          --- "Shaenon K. Garrity" <shaenon@...> wrote:
          >
          >
          > ----------
          > >From: Metal Fatigue <sethb@...>
          > >To: narbonic@yahoogroups.com
          > >Subject: [narbonic] Spoiler for 22 Jan 2003
          > >Date: Wed, Jan 22, 2003, 9:11 AM
          > >
          >
          > > Our spoiler space for today will be in the form of
          > the world's longest
          > > knock-knock joke:
          > >
          > > Knock, knock.
          > > Who's there?
          > > Knock, knock.
          > > Who's there?
          > > Knock, knock.
          > > Who's there?
          > > Knock, knock.
          > > Who's there?
          > > Knock, knock.
          > > Who's there?
          > > Knock, knock.
          > > Who's there?
          > > Knock, knock.
          > > Who's there?
          > > Knock, Philip, knock.
          > > Who's there?
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          > > Who's there?
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          > > Who's there?
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          > > Who's there?
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          > > Who's there?
          > > Knock, Glass, knock.
          > > Who's there?
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          > > Who's there?
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          > > Who's there?
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          > > Who's there?
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          > > Who's there?
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          > > Who's there?
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          > > Who's there?
          > >
          > > Sarge, please tell me this isn't going to turn
          > into
          > > "The Cold Equations."
          >
          >
          >
          > Ah, my favorite maudlin science-fiction story. (I
          > tell a lie: my favorite
          > maudlin science-fiction story is really "The Ballad
          > of Lost C'Mell.") Wait
          > for tomorrow.
          >
          >
          > Shaenon
          >
          you aint fooling anybody...
          1. bad stuff never happens to mell.
          2.they knew mell would come so it's not "Cold
          Equations"
          3. Nothing bad happens to anybody till they get to
          Madblood's base (I don't know if there's sound on the
          moon or not but there's no sound in space.) BAD stuff
          happening without sound is Melodrama not comedy!
          4. this is an exelent story
          ROB

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        • Metal Fatigue
          ... No, but Mell might very well toss Dave out the airlock. -- Seth Blumberg, a.k.a. Metal Fatigue, a.k.a. Nodens O- - -- --- -----
          Message 4 of 6 , Jan 22, 2003
            > > > Our spoiler space for today will be in the form of
            > > > the world's longest knock-knock joke:
            > > >
            > > > Knock, knock.
            > > > Who's there?
            > > > Knock, knock.
            > > > Who's there?
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            > > > Who's there?
            > > > Knock, Philip, knock.
            > > > Who's there?
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            > > > Who's there?
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            > you aint fooling anybody...
            > 1. bad stuff never happens to mell.

            No, but Mell might very well toss Dave out the airlock.

            --
            Seth Blumberg, a.k.a. Metal Fatigue, a.k.a. Nodens <sethb@...> O-
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