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March 28, 2008

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John D

"Why Mr Ambassador, you're really spoiling us!" :)

The Thin Man

Ew!

Eeww!

Eeewwwwww! Whatever next? Raisin rectal warts? Perhaps they could add blueberry pieces as hemorrhoids.

On a slightly less ghastly note, according to Stephanie Metz, my own "Tedders" is actually an "Ursulus Oculoparvus". Cool.

David

I quite like the foetal teddy bear series.

http://www.artbysteph.com/TeddyBearFetalDevelopment.html

pwyll

I have long held the opinion that all things are or eventually will be available on the internet. The chocolate anus confirms that belief.

On another note, I enjoyed the 'gratuitous plurals' link. If you have a taste for hilarious and devastating critiques of the abuse of language, I strongly recommend Richard Mitchell's book, Less Than Words Can Say. I have purchased several copies, because no copy I lend out is ever returned. As an added bonus, I can actually tie this book (tenuously) to the topic of the anus, via a brief review I wrote some time ago, at http://carnalreason.org/2005/06/12/less-than-words-cans-say .

David

Pwyll,

I’m intrigued. But can’t… open… link… Ah. Working now.

“…the man who sent it had promised to ‘analize’ my ‘input’...”

Magnificent, and a little bawdy. More of Mr Mitchell here: http://www.sourcetext.com/grammarian/index.html

John D

Stop-motion Tron is better than the original.

Vitruvius

Thanks Thin Man and David for Blue Moon by Mr. Mel Torme.
You may also enjoy this performance of his of Route 66:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWWpM49_K_E

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