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Frank and Ernest by Thaves for January 24, 2020

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    enigmamz  4 months ago

    Heady play.

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    thelost wizard  4 months ago

    An iron clad argument in favor.

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    gopher gofer  4 months ago

    when they skipped work were they ferrous buellers…?

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    The Brooklyn Accent  4 months ago

    When the wheels got rusty, the chariot drivers got a five-yard penalty for oxides.

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    DJJG  4 months ago

    Pretty good today—

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    wirepunchr  4 months ago

    The historians would have iron out the details.

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    Richard S Russell Premium Member 4 months ago

    I suppose if you only used your chariot in a sandy place like Egypt, wooden wheels would’ve held up OK. But I wonder if the chariot-repair shops in England harbored a grudge against the ironwrights for cutting into their business.

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    royq27  4 months ago

    Worst pun of the year…I love it!

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    Rogers George Premium Member 4 months ago

    My chemistry teacher in high school used to like this joke: arrange six or so Fe²⁺ in a circle and ask what it was; a ferrous wheel, of course. He also liked to arrange CH₃ in a hexagonal pattern, connect them with lines, and call it methyl chicken wire.

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