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  1. talewinds commented on Ricig's Toon Trivia 17 days ago

    Hamilton Tigercats CFL

  2. talewinds commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    IAmJayBluE said “That was a “tongue- in -cheek reference”…..”

    That took a lot of cheek….

  3. talewinds commented on Rip Haywire 2 months ago

    KA-BABY!!!!!!!

  4. talewinds commented on Ricig's Toon Trivia 3 months ago

    GO AND TOUCH

  5. talewinds commented on Bob the Squirrel 3 months ago

    This tail won’t end well.

  6. talewinds commented on Bob the Squirrel 8 months ago

    Frank is a Hoopful Hoopy Hooligan.

  7. talewinds commented on Endtown 10 months ago

    Tiga-belax came in, very cheerful indeed… In his right hand there was a black plastic cube wih shimmering contact-points gleaming on its sides. The two technicians greeted him politely.

    “I’ve got that beautiful child taken care of… I’ve used a mouse-brain.”

    “If it’s frozen,” said the first technician, “we won’t be able to put in the computer…”

    “This brain isn’t frozen,” said Tiga-belas indignantly. “It’s been laminated. We stiffened it with celluprime and then we veneered it down, about seven thousand layers. Each one has plastic of at least two molecules thickness. This mouse can’t spoil. As a matter of fact, this mouse is going to keep on thinking forever. He won’t think much, unless we put the voltage on him, but he’ll think. And he can’t spoil…”

    From Think Blue, Count Two, by Cordwainer Smith.
    Published by Galaxy Publishing in 1962

  8. talewinds commented on Endtown 10 months ago

    Cordwainer Smith used the concept of a plasticized brain:
    http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/content.asp?Bnum=1073

  9. talewinds commented on Doonesbury 11 months ago

    Is that a loose remark?

  10. talewinds commented on Doonesbury 11 months ago

    Good lord, saw these when they first came out.