"SYSOPS SAVE SAMPLE FOR MINDSPRING & AOL/DON'T DELETE"... .Old Git, did you eat a corpse for dinner?.greenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
Yeah, we've all seen the sick stuff you posted last year about eating people.
YOU ARE A SICK WOMAN
-- (Ladylogic@........), February 18, 2000
Do not slander the ruputation of that Good Lady!!!!
'Twas I, the loathesome Squirrel Hunter, posing as Mme Git, and impersonating her voice as it were, that rum-inated over the preservation of corposes .......
-- Squirrel Hunter (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 18, 2000.
-- (email@example.com), February 18, 2000.
Oh I remember that. It was funny. Here it is, from the preparations forum.
I'll Bet You Have some Rum for Preserving Corpses ....
The British Chancellory of the Admiralty in Trafalgar Square maintains records which establish that General Pakenham and Admiral Lord Nelson, upon maritime death in the line of duty, were packed in casks of rum and shipped home to Dover, the better to preserve their tissues intact and to enhance the flavor in the even t other supplies ran low en route.
I'll bet you have some rum on hand that you may want to keep at the ready for similar medicinal >hic< purposhes.
-- Old Git (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 20, 2000
Um, this thread was started by Squirrel Hunter (see the whiskers twitching?). Here's the explanation:
Old Git --
The thought of eating the Admiral PICKLED in rum never once crossed my mind!!!! ..... I swear. I do belive this calls for a new thread, and you as the Hostess with the Mostess should begin it.
To the top of New Answers.
-- Squirrel Hunter (email@example.com), January 20, 2000.
My source for the info on Pakenham was "The British at the Gates" by Robin somebody (can't put my hand on it right now) and the info on Nelson came from Sweetie, who knows just about everything historical and has a prodigious memory. He read it "somewhere." But I also know from growing up in England that important officers were shipped home thus. Hey, it was before refrigeration and they couldn't very well cremate bodies on those wooden ships. One's mind boggles when thinking of the funerals. . . The fumes!
-- Old Git (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 20, 2000.
There are some good recipes (not involving corpses) on that thread.
-- . (email@example.com), February 18, 2000.