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KHftCEA 1999-06.1 June
KHftCEA 1999-06.1 June

I always use to assume that I was a fast walker, but I often have to think about hustling in order to keep up with some of my fellow commuters.
99-6-1
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"Before enlightenment:  sharpen claws, catch mice.
 After enlightenment:  sharpen claws, catch mice."
--Max Rible
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"Humility is no substitute for a good personality."
--Fran Lebowitz
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Haven't heard from Dylan since his big move. Wonder how things are going for him and Tom.
99-6-1
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"Negative space: it's better than nothing."
99-6-1
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I can't believe what a mess sportsmans is. Does it point to defects in my attack strategy or just an incredibly screwed up site?
99-6-2
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"Life is a traffic jam of crosses to bear."
--Mark O'Donnell, Getting Over Homer
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Ammo@Sportsman's Guide:
"Let's shoot our way through Y2K"
99-6-3
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Mike and Chris' new baby is probably going to be a girl- "Megan Lynn" is the most likely name- wonder if there is any hint of Mike's past romance there.
99-6-4
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It's kinda funny how coy I am about shacking up with Mo in my letters to Grandma.
99-6-4
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The party went well last night- it was Lee, Liz, Habib, Gina, Austin, Karen, Lena, Bjorn, Marie and her Dane (Alan).  Mo made some great munchies, we managed to hang pictures, the place looked great. Mo and I finished the night playing Strip "You Don't Know Jack".
99-6-6
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 You know, "high maintanence" can be a pretty agressive accusation to make.
99-6-6
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"Earth Girls Are Easy" is one of the most brlliant names for a movie.
99-6-7
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"Anyone who considers arithmetical methods of producing random digits is, of course, in a state of sin."
--John von Neumann (1951)
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"Perl is the Cliff Notes of Unix."
"It's no accident that the ductwork shows in shell scripts.  Only we call them pipes."
--Larry Wall, "Perl, the first postmodern computer language"
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YHTBT - "you had to be there" - rallying cry of my lunchtime gang at EHS.
99-6-9
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Just read about how Sirius is an unstable blue-white supergiant that will blow anytime in the next few million years.  Man, humanity is so so fragile.  How the hell have we survived to the point where we can ask questions about how fragile we are?
99-6-9
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          "How do you know I'd be afraid?" Lloyd said, "How do you know that would be the last thing I'd feel?"
          "I don't know that." Shwartz *tick-ticked*ed the pen. "You can never know. That's what's terrible about death."
          "Lots of things you don't know when you're alive. So what's the difference?"
          Schwartz's fingers stopped, and he stared at Lloyd as though he had seen him purely and for the first time.
--Thomas H. McNeely, from "Sheep"
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[When asked "Does the Bible specifically tell us what is going to happen in the future"]
"It sure does, Ben, it definitely does...this is definite...it specifically clearly, unequivocally says that Russia and other countries will enter into war and God will destroy Russia through earthquakes, volcanoes..."
--Pat Robertson,"700 Club" 1981-12-2
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I've known about the dangers of sex for quite a while, but having some girl shatter my skull with her tongue wasn't one that I'd have expected.
--otto.man@the.couch, rec.arts.movies.current-films
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"The fact is good writers are almost never dangerous."
--John Gardener
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"Man Versus Nature: The Road To Victory"
--Troy McClure movie on The Simpsons
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200 Days 'til Y2K...
99-6-14
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Edgar: "You can have my gun when you pry it out of my cold, dead hands."
Bug: "Your terms are acceptable."
--Men In Black:
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[On Claim that Star Wars is ripping off the Bible:]
"I especially like the bible scene were Jesus' tie fighter goes spiralling out of control into the void-- you just *know* he's gonna be back!"
99-6-15
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