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-- Rex (rex@waitrose.com), October 03, 2002

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Lynskeys middle initial must surely be ؒ, В, ƒ, , or just conceivably .

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Mindless Prattle Ultimate Body Armour inc. Weathervane & Aqualung.

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Is this any less effective than this?

-- Rex (rex@waitrose.com), October 12, 2002.

Meanwhile, theres good news for anyone wishing to follow Mikes example here. In this age of labour-saving devices, the Web has at last thrown up a mechanism which will write your prattle (or, as it might be, bollocks) automatically.

All you need do is insert a straightforward piece of English into this website, which feeds it through not one but five web translation engines. What comes out at the end makes John Prescott sound positively lucid.

Take (as I just did) the opening lines of Hamlets great soliloquy:

To be, or not to be, that is the question:
Whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune
Or to take arms against a sea of troubles
And by opposing end them.

After one swift trip through the multiple translation process, those pedestrian lines mutate into purest poesy:

The relative or nao relative, this one is the question: If ' tis more splendid of the alcohol, the one that support and the arrows under him infuriate to him of the marks of the wealth to finish the end to suffer or the arms to satisfy to a sea of the difficulties and the opposition do the examinacin to them.

Now thats more like it. Thats the way they really do talk in the Oxford Anthropology Librarians split-level common room and multi- jacuzzi!

So go for it, fun slaves. Which of us ever wanted to do anything constructive?



-- Rex (rex@waitrose.com), October 20, 2002.

Meanwhile, theres good news for anyone wishing to follow Mikes example here. In this age of labour-saving devices, the Web has at last thrown up a mechanism which will write your prattle (or, as it might be, bollocks) automatically.

All you need do is insert a straightforward piece of English into this website, which feeds it through not one but five web translation engines. What comes out at the end makes John Prescott sound positively lucid.

Take (as I just did) the opening lines of Hamlets great soliloquy:

To be, or not to be, that is the question:
Whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune
Or to take arms against a sea of troubles
And by opposing end them.

After one swift trip through the multiple translation process, those pedestrian lines mutate into purest poesy:

The relative or nao relative, this one is the question: If ' tis more splendid of the alcohol, the one that support and the arrows under him infuriate to him of the marks of the wealth to finish the end to suffer or the arms to satisfy to a sea of the difficulties and the opposition do the examinacin to them.

Now thats more like it. Thats the way they really do talk in the Oxford Anthropology Librarians split-level common room and multi- jacuzzi!

So go for it, fun slaves. Which of us ever wanted to do anything constructive?


-- Rex (rex@waitrose.com), October 20, 2002.



Well, not a girlfriend exactly, but heres a happy snapshot of me with my wife of twenty years, Iguanadonna.



-- Rex (rex@waitrose.com), November 17, 2002.

as OLD as

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as OLD as

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as OLD OLD as

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