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  1. Chris Maple commented on That is Priceless about 5 hours ago

    Dum puer alveolo furatur mella Cupido furanti digitum cuspide fixit apis sic etiam nobis brevis et peritura voluptas quam petimua tristi mixta dorore nocet.

    When the boy Cupid stole honey from a hive, a bee stuck his finger with its stinger. So, too, for us the passing pleasure we seek mingles with sad regret and makes us hurt


    Translation from http://hccl.byu.edu/macfarlane/OGCMA/0418NOTErosBee_CranachBerlin.htm

    A more detailed picture from wikipedia shows 6 bees crawling on Cupid and a couple more on the honeycomb he’s holding; although in the version I’m looking at the woman has a hair net instead of a hat, so the inscription might be different.

  2. Chris Maple commented on The Argyle Sweater about 6 hours ago

    Three of the people on which these jokes are based were real. Somehow implying they were tall tales seems wrong.

  3. Chris Maple commented on PC and Pixel 1 day ago

    Cartoon Network, of course.

  4. Chris Maple commented on Speed Bump 1 day ago

    The grammarian checked her for irregular verbs. While I’m at it, “I feel like he’s undressing me…” is incorrect; it should be “I feel as if he’s undressing me…”

  5. Chris Maple commented on Lio 1 day ago

    It’s the leasht he could do.

  6. Chris Maple commented on B.C. 1 day ago

    This is how Morris Dancing started.

  7. Chris Maple commented on Over the Hedge 3 days ago

    I’ve never liked indiscriminate huggers. They’re presumptive, violate personal space, and they’re unsanitary. Males initiating hugs seem predatory.

  8. Chris Maple commented on Heart of the City 3 days ago

    There is a lot of profit in war.

    There’s a lot of profit in war in only 2 ways: those rare cases like ISIS stealing oil wells, and for a small subgroup of a country that provides war materiel and services. For a nation at large or the world, war is a net loss because it falls afoul of the “broken window fallacy”. All things accounted for, there is no net profit in war.

    That said, in most wars there is a clear aggressor or a nation whose abusive practices make war inevitable. Saying “War is bad” ignores that fact, and equating both parties in a war is the same as equating a murderer with his victim.

  9. Chris Maple commented on That is Priceless 4 days ago


  10. Chris Maple commented on B.C. 4 days ago

    The smell of fall used to be the smell of burning leaves, but it’s become illegal in most states.