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MythTickle by Justin Thompson for October 26, 2012

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  1. Thinker
    Sisyphos  over 6 years ago

    He who would choose his own singular path must be prepared to walk alone. (Same goes for vines. Especially vines.)

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    einarbt7  over 6 years ago

    Good one.

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    Stephen Gilberg  over 6 years ago

    Hey, most organisms seem to prefer a slow death.

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    M Peach Premium Member over 6 years ago

    I once had an artist friend who left a pumpkin on the floor of his loft. The floor was slanted a bit and after six months the pumpkin slid across the loft, leaving a slime trail behind it.

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    ReaderLady  over 6 years ago

    He skipped the part about being pureed, baked, and consumed by the gnashing teeth of mortals. A fitting end, you would think?

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    bmonk  over 6 years ago

    This patch is not nearly sincere enough to be visited by the Great Pumpkin.

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  7. Rabbitears
    Nabuquduriuzhur  over 6 years ago

    The latest in science?

    Ha. Sore subject with me because of the incredible lack of both honesty and professionalism now in the sciences.

    Things like pushing vegetarianism, despite India leading the world in heart disease as long as they’ve reported it.

    Changing from body composition to BMI so that most Americans, and even weightlifters, soldiers with 5% body fat, and our president’s wife are “obese”.

    Dark matter, when the original idea came from a perceived 90% lack of mass in the galaxies and in the last ten years, the MW now is estimated to have at least ten times as many stars as when thought when dark matter came into vogue.

    Download Section VII of NWF, volume 2 at

    http://www.holodiscustechnical.com/documents/national_wave_of_foolishness_2.html

    to get an idea of what science has become. BARF!

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