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  1. ratdogbert commented on Tom the Dancing Bug about 1 year ago

    It’s the “Unified Theory” – and cold fusion is next, when he’s seen without his cape and leotards in a vat of (take your pick) at 0˙K.

  2. ratdogbert commented on Tom the Dancing Bug about 1 year ago

    nah… he got it from the priest, during school detention (in addition to prolapsed [sic] wreckdom).

  3. ratdogbert commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 year ago

    said the Master Commentator, with no realization of the irony, let alone his own cognitive defects…

  4. ratdogbert commented on C'est la Vie about 1 year ago

    Smokey knows… it would feel good to Poop IN any meal that Nabuquduriuzhur was about to eat!

    I’m pretty sure it is in his latest Scientific/Philosophy book entitled "The Etiology of my Scatology” – soon to be available at Amazon in the non-fiction/humor section, which is just the opposite of his other book— which is in the fiction / non-humor section!

    It’s a best seller just waiting for printing!

  5. ratdogbert commented on C'est la Vie about 1 year ago

    The female cat in heat has an estrus of 14–21 days and is generally characterized as an induced ovulator, in that coitus induces ovulation. However, various incidence of spontaneous ovulation has been documented in the domestic cat and various non-domestic species (Pelican et al., 2006). Without ovulation, she may enter interestrus before reentering estrus. With the induction of ovulation, the female will become pregnant or undergo a non-pregnant luteal phase, also known as pseudopregnancy. Cats are polyestrous but experience a seasonal anestrus in autumn and late winter (Spindler and Wildt, 1999).

    Oh my! I just experienced a bloviation attack! What could be next?

  6. ratdogbert commented on C'est la Vie about 1 year ago

    It must have been called for. Otherwise it wouldn’t be there!

  7. ratdogbert commented on C'est la Vie about 1 year ago

    What? Are you too stupid to Google?

  8. ratdogbert commented on Working Daze about 1 year ago

    now THAT was funny! (sorry Wil!)

  9. ratdogbert commented on Pooch Cafe about 1 year ago

    I was going to say the opposite. Same with the day before when she smelled dog-ish. She wasn’t that boxy when her trashy tattoo was revealed!

  10. ratdogbert commented on Working Daze about 1 year ago

    Timex here too. 4K of RAM as I recall.

    Built a Heathkit Z80/Intel 8080 in Summer ’82 that ran CPM and DR DOS. Had never even seen the Apple II or others up to that point – but the university extension still had a PDP 11 as did the main campus, and the VAX 11/780 with some unheard of thing like 16K of RAM was THE computer…

    1983 I was blown away by getting my hands of the first Apple Lisa with Postscript laser printer. Before that I was having resumes photo-mechanically typeset at $45 each – with corrections $5-10. The Lisa changed everything for me… except the price – because I could never get one.

    Come 1984, Macs started showing up everywhere. I’ve been on board since.