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  1. Lerf1950 commented on FoxTrot Classics 18 days ago

    Why this is not a good idea: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Hahn

  2. Lerf1950 commented on Calvin and Hobbes 18 days ago

    And Picasso has it all over Jackson Pollock. He didn’t even have to pretend, just take some paint and barn boards.

  3. Lerf1950 commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    Someone once tried to describe cricket to me. I told them it sounded like upper-class Calvinball….

  4. Lerf1950 commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    Sounds like Congress.

  5. Lerf1950 commented on That is Priceless 3 months ago

    When will someone invent a safe “Putticide”?

  6. Lerf1950 commented on Gray Matters 3 months ago

    People still read Mein Kampf, so why not?

  7. Lerf1950 commented on Broom Hilda 3 months ago

    I mean we all know that the oil company funding of all the anti-global warming pundits is entirely coincidence.

  8. Lerf1950 commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 3 months ago

    Because panties did not become universal, or mostly so, until the end of the 1800. (And early 19th century—Jane Austen’s period—women’s clothing usually wasn’t four or more layers except in cold weather. Heck very fashionable ladies at that time wore very thin fabric dresses and wetted them so they were transparent. It wasn’t til Vic came to the throne that clothing went all “Victorian.”

  9. Lerf1950 commented on Shoe 3 months ago

    I talked to him once. I was doing a demo for our medieval group at a University Student Union where he was giving a performance. While I was sitting there this charming man with a French accent asked what we were doing. After I finished explaining and he left, I suddenly realized who I’d been speaking to….

  10. Lerf1950 commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 4 months ago

    I do a lot of various crafts but I stopped shopping at Hobby Lobby years ago, even though it’s a lot closer than the alternative, because they mostly deal in cheezy home decor products and their selection of supplies in any given craft is small and low quality. Also the fact that the owner refuses to invest in actual technology and the checkout procedure is tedious since the employees have to scan the sales flyer for every sale to see if an item is on it.

    OTOH, most of my fellow pagans shop there for candles for the seasonal fests.