Well, Two of my favorite authors are Douglas Adams and Terry
Pratchett.....although the weird and unusual works of Douglas Preston
and Lincoln Childs are up there too! The stories of Ankh-Morepork,
and the Librarian and "the Watch" are fun and funny! I wonder if
(going back to the "subject" at hand) The Librarian would benefit from
using an Xtracycle from time to time! for his trips to the Mended
Drum mostly. Although I think Biers might be a more interesting and
restful place to drink!
"What do you DO for a Werewolf?" asked Littlebottom.
"Oh, a gin and tonic is always welcome" said Anguia absently. "Oh! Sorry!"
On Nov 2, 2007 9:53 PM, Jason Crane <jason@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "Mark Garvey" <lazybee45@...> wrote:
> > VERY interesting! But you have to remember that the bike is not
> > "invisible" so much as covered by a much cheaper, and more energy
> > efficient SEP field. Just as effective, but instead of rendering
> > visible things INVISIBLE, it simply deflects a persons consciousness
> > by making them believe that it is somebody else's Problem! When
> > something is not THEIR problem, They might SEE it, but they don't
> > NOTICE it!
> > mark
> You know you're in the right cycling community when fellow X owners
> invoke Douglas Adams.
> Aaaahhhh -- it's good to be home!
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