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Our society is doomed...
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6/29/2012   50 comments
Someone just sent me a photograph that makes you think "I don’t know whether to laugh or cry"…
A blast from the past -- Red Dwarf
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6/22/2012   25 comments
I am currently a very happy Max, because I just discovered that Red Dwarf is available from the iTunes Store…
Can you beat these bagpipe jokes?
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6/9/2012   42 comments
when I was reading this month's issue of the Reader's Digest, I spotted a great bagpipe joke as follows...
Ray Bradbury RIP
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6/8/2012   9 comments
As you've doubtless heard by now, one of the all-time Science Fiction "Greats" – Ray Bradbury – passed away a couple of days ago on June 5, 2012.
The Ancient Order of Froth Blowers
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6/8/2012   36 comments
I just received a photo of the Transit of Venus from "Down Under" (Australia), which – and don’t ask me how – lead me to the idea of forming a not-so-secret society…
Why everyone needs a good proofreader…
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6/8/2012   8 comments
I wanted THAT comma just where I put it, for gosh sakes!
How to track your engineering tools
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6/7/2012   7 comments
This is going to blow one reader's socks off, because he emailed this question to me just 1 minute ago and I hope to post my response blog in under 5 minutes…


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