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Date: 14 Feb 2009 16:26:34
From: help bot
Subject: Valentine's Day blues
Okay, so I log on to rgc at around 7 pm on this
special evening, and what do I find but poor old
Mr. Sloan, posting one attack after another!

It doesn't take a member of the Scotland Yard
to figure out that somebody (SS, along with the
nutty "madams" character) hasn't got anything
particular to do tonight. So then, might just as
well hang out in rgc, blasting away at old faves
like Mr. Goichberg, Susan Polgar, et al.

Look, you lucky fellas who aren't here tonight
because you, ah, had better things to do...
might want to send poor Mr. Sloan and friends
your leftover chocolates. And go easy on him
for a few days... until he gets over his nasty
case of Valentine's Day blues... .


-- help bot




 
Date: 14 Feb 2009 20:14:32
From: help bot
Subject: Re: Valentine's Day blues
On Feb 14, 9:37=A0pm, madams <micad...@bluesky.au > wrote:

> Look here help-not it may be 7pm where you are, here it's now 1pm Sunday
> arvo. You need to realise the World does not revolve solely in time with
> some suburb in Indiana


Suburb implies the outskirts of a city; do
you then admit that Indianapolis is a city--
not just a podunk, hillbilly town like say,
what they have in Vermont?


> - also I'm soon on the way out to carouse with
> the ladies in time-honoured red-meat hetero fashion - hahaha..


"Remember the Sabbath, to keep it holy."
-- a famous, thick book

Here in America, we used to burn unbelievers
at the stake (not steak).


> Two shark attacks this week close in.
> The first in the harbour which
> left a navy diver in hospital minus his right hand & the whitecoats
> considering whether to amputate his right leg - he managed to punch it a
> couple of times - sheesh!..


Underwater, the right cross is slower, and less
effective than in the boxing ring. Besides, those
critters are solid muscle... evolved over millions
(sorry, reality deniers) of years to be tough, like
Arnold Swarzennegger in the movie Predator.


> The second 36hrs. later @ the famous Bondi beach where a surfer was
> savaged which left his right hand dangling among other lacerations. An
> 'expert' came on saying "no" "no" "no" "no unusual shark activity" -
> "last time was 50yrs. ago" - righto, matey..


What are you trying to say-- that you are
somewhere in Australia -- down under? If
that be so, then why aren't your posts
upside-down? Which way does the water
spin when you flush? Why are there no
bears south of the equator? If a wallaby
and a kangaroo fought, which would win,
and why? How is it that Australia appears
yellow-brown on maps, dry as dust, yet you
are surrounded by water on every side?
For ten million kreugerands, GE will come
and build you guys a saltwater desaliniza-
tion plant so you can be green and purdy
like say, Brazil. Purdy? Rings a bell.


-- help bot


 
Date: 15 Feb 2009 13:37:13
From: madams
Subject: Re: Valentine's Day blues
help bot wrote:
>
> Okay, so I log on to rgc at around 7 pm on this
> special evening, and what do I find but poor old
> Mr. Sloan, posting one attack after another!
>
> It doesn't take a member of the Scotland Yard
> to figure out that somebody (SS, along with the
> nutty "madams" character) hasn't got anything
> particular to do tonight.


Look here help-not it may be 7pm where you are, here it's now 1pm Sunday
arvo. You need to realise the World does not revolve solely in time with
some suburb in Indiana - also I'm soon on the way out to carouse with
the ladies in time-honoured red-meat hetero fashion - hahaha..

Two shark attacks this week close in. The first in the harbour which
left a navy diver in hospital minus his right hand & the whitecoats
considering whether to amputate his right leg - he managed to punch it a
couple of times - sheesh!..

The second 36hrs. later @ the famous Bondi beach where a surfer was
savaged which left his right hand dangling among other lacerations. An
'expert' came on saying "no" "no" "no" "no unusual shark activity" -
"last time was 50yrs. ago" - righto, matey..

m.









> So then, might just as
> well hang out in rgc, blasting away at old faves
> like Mr. Goichberg, Susan Polgar, et al.
>
> Look, you lucky fellas who aren't here tonight
> because you, ah, had better things to do...
> might want to send poor Mr. Sloan and friends
> your leftover chocolates. And go easy on him
> for a few days... until he gets over his nasty
> case of Valentine's Day blues... .
>
> -- help bot