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Tuesday, June 15, 2004



Psychics give lotto numbers?! ((Retreats to find phone book))


Maybe it's just me, but if one was truly psychic and could accurately predict the results of lottery drawings, one might be a retired billionaire sipping frosty umbrella'd beverages and enjoying daily foot massages on one's very own tropical isle rather than doing a job that involves talking on the phone to idiots for hours on end.
Maybe it's just me, though.


The spirits say it's just you.

A real seer will tell you "'s not about the money, it's a calling (or sum such rot) and that'll be $20."

Pseudolus: [disguised as a soothsayer] I say! You are in need of a soothsayer.

Erronius: How did you know?

Pseudolus: I'd be a fine soothsayer if I didn't.


I've never had my sooth said.


If I had the ability to foresee lottery numbers, I don't know that I wouldn't find myself putting the power to a better use, like figuring out just how many licks it takes to get to the center of a Tootsie-pop, or specifically what twelve herbs and spices are in KFC's original recipe. Or maybe why we drive on parkways and park on driveways. Inquiring minds want to know.


LOL - yes that would be a memorable call. Sheesh. Some people's kids.


Corey- If I could be all-knowing (or even more all-knowing than I already is), I think I'd spend a little time on that woodchuck thing.


One, two, three...crunch! It takes three licks to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop.


We already know that a woodchuck would chuck wood all day if a woodchuck could chuck wood. And CC has solved the mystery of the tootsie pop.

I want to know what's in McDonald's "special" sauce. Or wait. Maybe I don't.


We know that a woodchuck WOULD chuck would if in fact a woodchuck COULD chuck wood. That was never in doubt. What we don't know, however, is HOW MUCH wood a woodchuck would chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood.


You can just imagine the kinds of Gooble hits I'm getting now...


You're right...lots of things in this post that would draw some damn interesting search engine traffic. Lots of talk about wood. Wood this, wood that, wood wood wood. Must've said wood a dozen times or more. And then there's that post up there about licking a tootsie pop and how many licks it takes to find the center. Lots of search queries for lick, licks and licking, I imagine, because those surfing for things they oughtn't be surfing for, they're all into licks and licking. Anyway, I wood continue, but I've got to go to bed lick -ity split.



Kay, it's Thousand Island dressing; ketchup and tartar sauce; or ketchup, mayo and sweet pickle relish. I won't get into the ingredients that they include in the ppm range.

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