Paranoid? Doesn't mean they're not out to get me - or you.

Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Ethyl, Mar 6, 2008.

  1. Ethyl

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    holy shit that's awesome. Even better than the plans I read in Esquire to catch flies, slow down their metabolism in the freezer, and then glue their legs to matchstick airplanes.
     
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    You read Esquire?

    *snickers*
     
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    Yikes! That is so freaky! :eek: Big brother really is watching us like a fly on a wall.



     
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    I read that particular issue when I was about seven years old. I think it was my older cousin's
     
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    Are you sure the article wasn't in Playboy?
     
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    I think Bliss is right...I might actually still have that issue lying around someplace. :biggrin1:
     
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    Matchstick Bomber

    I have that issue and one from the 90's where they used a paper airplane. It was from the back page -- the section where Vidal Sasoon wrote an essay on digging trenches.
     
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    Wouldn't mosquitoes work better? Easier to catch?
     
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    You'd need so many of them. Maybe the mosquitoes can be the payload for the four-engine fly bomber... to be dropped on unsuspecting insurgents.


    Insects are surpsisingly smart.
     
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    Natural affinity to a bigger relative?
     
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