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Posted By:Rory
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2009-02-21 08:14:13
No no, I am simply controlling my mirth, thus no stuttering. No sad faces, please.
2009-02-21 07:48:19
I though your keyboard was stuttering because you were laughing so hard! Since, its nnnot ssstutttering, does that mean my response has fallen short of your expectations? At this point I would put a symbol of a sad face (like ;-) for smiling), but I don't know how.
2009-02-21 07:41:35
My first impression of you was correct: you are funny. You may notice that my keyboard has stopped stuttering.
2009-02-21 07:14:36
The distemper shot for humans is most helpful in that it slows us down, and I don't go around wacking the guards at the loonie bin with my plastic spoon (one plastic spoon per loonie for our meals). As for animals? Well....I saw a cat with distemper once. We gave him the shot and he got really...well....boring, placid, obese, lost his personality. His whiskers got all tangled up, started eating with his front paws. Finally, we had to put him in diapers...if you get my drift.
2009-02-21 07:01:40
How did the distemper shot work? I am interested to know because I have a problem with my dog.
2009-02-21 06:56:51
Oops, now I noticed, he's the photographer. I'm a bit slow today ;-)
2009-02-21 06:55:43
I'm confused; who's Stefan?
2009-02-21 05:08:51
Thanks, it is amazing so I had to ! I would love to look through it! Thanks for your comment Stefan
2009-02-21 04:31:31
Nice photo Rory. You beat me in posting this photo ;-) Here's the information I had on it: As seen on Astronomy Picture of the Day, summer stars over the Large Binocular Telescope on Mt. Graham in Arizona, USA. The giant observatory combines two side-by-side 8-meter telescopes. In resolution the two mirrors are equal to a single 23-meter mirror. Stefan Seip/Astromeeting.de.