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  1. P P commented on Brevity 13 days ago

    I don’t think hipsters really known what ironically means. It’s just a catchword that gets thrown about these days. “Random” is another one.

  2. P P commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 13 days ago

    I guess sheep farming in Turkey is a pretty lucrative business. I can’t imagine the charging station, laptop and internet access are cheap over there.

  3. P P commented on The Fusco Brothers 15 days ago

    Gobi and Sahara?

  4. P P commented on Non Sequitur 26 days ago

    I’ve always wondered how changing the clocks made any difference at all in how long the day was. If you want more daylight, get up earlier. I still sleep the same amount of time. The only difference with DST is that now the clocks are wrong when I wake up.

  5. P P commented on Trivquiz about 1 month ago

    That’s because they’re from over 18,000 years in the future. 20210

  6. P P commented on Brevity about 1 month ago

    I’m surprised Rosie is on that site. You’d think cleaning up after Elroy and Astro would leave her no time for dating.

  7. P P commented on Off the Mark 3 months ago

    No, actually Tom Cruise played Charlie Babbitt. He was Raymond’s little brother and mispronounced his name.

  8. P P commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 3 months ago

    The philologist Johann Christoph Adelung states that the word has an origin in the Germanic vernacular where pumpern was a New High German synonym for being flatulent, and Nickel was a form of the name Nicholas, commonly associated with a goblin or devil (e.g. “Old Nick”, a familiar name for Satan), or more generally for a malevolent spirit or demon. Hence, pumpernickel is described as the “devil’s fart”, a definition accepted by the Stopes International Language Database, the publisher Random House, and by some English language dictionaries, including the Merriam-Webster Dictionary

  9. P P commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 4 months ago

    One and a half times your current body weight for the day. ;)

  10. P P commented on Get Fuzzy 5 months ago

    Great band and excellent album! Not so much for Gabriel’s hairstyle, though.