Things I have learned.  

nightstogether 56M
818 posts
7/7/2005 1:39 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Things I have learned.


As a teenager I learned that it was wise, for two reasons, to lay a piece of toilet paper in the bowl before sitting down. Firstly, the paper is used to wipe the seat and stop those splashes from the last person transfering over. Secondly, the paper lying across the waiting water prevents, after the long drop from me of a 'jobbie', that uncomfortable splashback effect.

As an adult I have learned never to trust a high ranking politician who, when asked about climate change, insists that his country will not be a party to any convention which cuts the use of coal and other fossil fuels 'for national security reasons'.

nightstogether
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GleesFlakyShawl 50M
1620 posts
7/7/2005 10:27 am

lol, good analogy...


papyrina 51F
21133 posts
7/8/2005 6:53 am

always trust the paper because at last resort we can at least wipe our bums with it


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rm_jayR63 59F
1884 posts
7/10/2005 2:12 pm

If you could look inside that brain I'm sure there would be some sort of cartoon image of a Rube Goldberg contraption.


keithcancook 60M
17809 posts
7/13/2005 6:57 pm

Why trust any politician? It is their nature to shift positions. Besides, no matter the intensity of spirit, soon they become bogged down in bureauocracy and an unyielding system. Besides, the military will always require energy. No matter the environmental effects.


nightstogether 56M

7/20/2005 1:11 pm

As a politician I know not to trust others, and there are many brains that I would neither wish to look into, nor search for!

nightstogether
private-intellectual (.de)


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