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Why did the chicken cross the road?


Gary Larson:

Don't ask me. I am retired.

Ralph Waldo Emerson:

It didn't cross the road; it transcended it.


We are not sure which side of the road the chicken was on, but it was moving very fast.

Xeno of Elea:

To prove it could never reach the other side.

Albert Einstein:

Whether the chicken crossed the road or the road crossed the chicken depends on your frame of reference.


It was the logical next step after coming down from the trees.

Chicken Little:

The sky was falling!

Neil Armstrong:

That's one small step for (a) chicken, one giant leap for chicken-kind.


If you meet the chicken on the road, KILL HIM!


If the chicken gazes too long across the road, the road will also gaze into the chicken.


Chickens at rest tend to stay at rest. Chickens in motion tend to cross the road.

Martin Luther King, Jr.:

I envision a world where all chickens will be free to cross roads without having their motives called into question.

Mark Twain: The news of its crossing has been greatly exaggerated.

Robert Frost: To cross the road less traveled by.

Sisyphus: Was it pushing a rock, too?

Bob Dylan: How many roads must one chicken cross?

Jack Nicholson:

Because it [expletive deleted] wanted to, that's [expletive deleted] why.

Timothy Leary:

Because it was the only trip the establishment would let it take.

Walt Whitman: To cluck the song of itself.

Vergil: Arms and the chicken I sing, who first from the side of the road

To the other side driven by fate, came at last to the foot of the "don't walk" sign...

Aristotle: To actualize its potential.

Hippocrates: Because of an excess of light pink gooey stuff in its pancreas.

Caesar: To come, to see, to conquer.

Pierre de Fermat: I just don't have room here to give the full explanation.

Michel Foucault: It did so because the dicourse of crossing the road left it no choice; the police state was oppressing it.

Johann Friedrich von Goethe: The eternal hen-principle made it do it.

H. P. Lovecraft: To escape the eldritch, cthonic, rugose, polypous, indescribably horrible abomination not from our space-time continuum.

Paul de Man: The chicken did not really cross the road because one side and the other are not really opposites in the first place.

Moses: Know ye that it is unclean to eat the chicken that has crossed the road, and that the chicken that crosseth the road doth so for its own preservation.

Mr. Spock:It was not logical for the chicken to do so, but I have frequently observed that the behaviour of chickens is not logical

Rene Descartes:It had sufficient reason to believe it was dreaming anyway.

Descartes (again):The chicken was merely a machine and was crossing due to the deterministic nature of the universe.

Johann Friedrich von Goethe:The eternal hen-principle made it do it.

George Lucas: Because the Force was with it.

Hegel:Only through the synthesis of the dialectical chicken and road could the spirit transcend the experience of crossing.

David Hume:Out of custom and habit.

Carl Jung:The confluence of events in the cultural gesalt necessitated that individual chickens cross roads at this historical juncture, and therefore synchronicitously brought such occurences into being.

Emily Dickinson: Because it could not stop for death.

Epicurus: For fun.

Anonymous: To show the armadillo it could be done.




The Sphinx: You tell me.

Howard Cosell: It may very well have been one of the most astonishing events to grace the annals of history. An historic, unprecedented avian biped with the temerity to attempt such an herculean achievement formerly relegated to homosapien pedestrians is truly a remarkable occurrence.

George Washington: Actually, it crossed the Delaware with me back in 1776. But most history books don't reveal that I bunked with a birdie during the duration.

The Gipper: He did it for me.

J. Danforth Quayle: Ite sawe ae potatoee.

Joseph Conrad: Mistah Chicken, he dead.

Candide: To cultivate its garden.

Marshall McLuhan:The Road is the Medium. The chicken is the Message!

Ludwig Wittgenstein:The possibility of "crossing" was encoded into the objects "chicken" and "road," and circumstances came into being which caused the actualization of this potential occurrence.

Karl Marx:It was a historical inevitability.

Wolfgang Pauli:There already was a chicken on the other side of the road.

Jean-Paul Sartre:In order to act in good faith and be true to itself, the chicken found it necessary to cross the road.

B.F. Skinner:Because the external influences which had pervaded its sensorium from birth had caused it to develop in such a fashion that it would tend to cross roads, even while believing these actions to be of its own free will.

Mark Lane:There is new, irrefutable evidence that the chicken did not act alone.

Gottfried Von Leibniz:In this best possible world, the road was made for it to cross.

Jacques Derrida:Any number of contending discourses may be discovered within the act of the chicken crossing the road, and each interpretation is equally valid as the authorial intent can never be discerned, because structuralism is DEAD, DAMMIT, DEAD!


T.S. Eliot:It's not that they cross, but that they cross like chickens.

Sir Charles Grandiose:

As surely as the golden hairs turn to silver, as surely as the sands drift silently through the slender neck of the hourglass, the last sunny days of summer flee soundlessly under autumn's chilly embrace. And with those last days of that warmest and most joyful of seasons, left the road's edge the sprightliest young chicken ever a Baronet did see

Robert Heinlein:

The more widely dispersed chickens are throughout the Universe, the better the long-term prospects for the survival of the chicken species.

Doug Hofstadter:

To seek explication of the correspondence between appearance and essence through the mapping of the external road-object onto the internal road-concept.

H.P. Lovecraft:

To futilely attempt escape from the dark powers which even then pursued it, hungering after the stuff of its soul!


So that its subjects will view it with admiration, as a chicken which has the daring and courage to boldly cross the road, but also with fear, for whom among them has the strength to contend with such a paragon of avian virtue? In such a manner is the princely chicken's dominion maintained.

General Buck Turgidson (Dr. Strangelove):

Because it could not afford to be caught on the wrong side of the road-side gap.

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Originally posted by General Bracket:

I didn't, but the Howard Cosell bit nearly ruptured my kidneys. Then when I actually repeated it out loud in a Cosell voice, I passed out.


The person below me is still reading it shaking their head in disbelief.


I am still in pain from the Cosell bit.


The person below me wants to know why chickens and road crossings are relevant to this thread.

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Hey, I resemble that remark!


The person below me is so fat he has small fat people orbiting around him.



Dorothy: "How can you talk if haven't got a brain?" Scarecrow: "I don't know. But some people without brains do an awful lot of talking, don't they?"

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It is thrashing around quite a bit. The posts are getting further apart.


However, it'll never really die. Someone will start another never-ending thread and in that thread someone will mention reviving this thread, and WAALAA! It'll be resurrected. Just like the complaint thread.


The person below me will make another Nostradamus-type prediction about this thread. They'll even do it in a quatrain.

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There once was a thread in Groundspeak,

who's death was announced by a many geek,

it started to thin,

and then wiped off it's chin....,

and decided to stay around for another week!


Oops, that was a limmerick!



The person below carries a lacey, flowered parasol while caching.




Prophetically Challenged (or is that Pathetically?)

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The person below me was waiting all day for another diatribe:


Fox Mulder: No government agency has jurisdiction over the chicken. The chicken is out there, Scully, and we will find it.


Dana Scully: There is a logical, scientific explanation for the chicken crossing the road. We need more evidence.


Walter Skinner: <teeth clenched> You've got 24 hours to find out why that @!!*@!@ chicken crossed the road!!!


CSM: <blows puff of smoke> There was no chicken.


Alex Krycek: Because he can't decide WHAT side he's really on.


Byers: It was trying to escape the most heinous and evil force of the twentieth century.


Langly: It was on its way to the grassy knoll, dude.


Frohike: <snapping a photo> I don't know, but she's hot.


Bill Mulder: It heard the words, and they made sense to it.... merchandise...fryer parts....


Mrs. Mulder: I have told you that I don't remember any chicken.


Mrs. Scully: I had a dream about the chicken being taken away....


Melissa Scully: The chicken needed to get in touch with its inner self, to find the light and the good. It was in a very dark place...


Bill Scully, Sr.: One day the chicken and I will be together again...


Bill Scully, Jr.: Dana, you spend too much time worrying about chickens... for HIM? You should be home with your family!


Queequeg: Woof! (translation: to avoid being eaten by Big Blue.)


Agent Pendrell: To get Dana a birthday present.


The Well-Manicured Man: It will cross the road in one of two ways....


Deep Throat: Mr. Mulder, they crossed the road a very long time ago. Trust no fowl.


X: The chicken is choosing a dangerous time to cross alone. The road is still out there, but it's never been more dangerous.


Marita Covarrubias: I don't know how much I can tell you about the chicken.... Oh yessssss, the chickenssssss. How much time do you have?


Jeremiah Smith: I can't tell you right now why the chicken crossed the road, but if you come with me, I'll show you....


The Mighty Morphin' Bounty Hunter: Tell me where the chicken is!


Section Chief Blevins: We trust that the chicken made the proper decision about crossing the road.


Mrs Budahas: That <gasp, shudder> is *not* my chicken


Emil and Zoe (stoner kids): I dunno, but I sure hope he stayed away from the - heh heh - *landmines* and junk!


Tom Colton: At this point I'm willing to accept any theory as to why the chicken crossed the road--any sane theory. I'm sorry, Dana, but I only want qualified chickens at the intersection.


Eugene Tooms: Mmm...pate...


Det. Frank Briggs: I've been waiting... sixty years... for the chicken to cross that road.


Darlene Morris: Why do you want to know? So that the chicken can face the same ridicule I did years ago when *I* crossed the road? You stay away from my chicken.


Ellen (Scully's friend): Well - first it had to get a life. And... a rooster.


Rob (Scully's date): I don't know, but I don't suppose you want to hear about the finer points of the state planning and taxation?


Brad Wilczek [Ghost in the Machine]: Chickens enjoy walking down unpredictable avenues, turning new corners, but, as a general rule, chickens never cross roads.


Commander Henderson [Fallen Angel]: Get this chicken out of my sight!


Woman at the U.S. Space Surveillance Center: The chicken seems to be hovering over a small road in eastern Wisconsin.


Eves: It just knew.


Phoebe Greene: Did the chicken have a date, 'cause if not... I could always...


Cecil L'ively: It was dying for a cigarette.


Luther Lee Boggs: I can see... the chicken; yes, the chicken, is in pain, great pain, and oh god! The Road! He's going to cross the road!!


Brother Andrew: The chicken left its peaceful community of brothers and sisters and crossed the road to become one of you . . . to enjoy pleasures we can't.


Michael [Genderbender]: The road's touch was electric....but after that, the chicken remembers, only vaguely. Crossing the road used to be so simple!


Jack Willis: To be run down so that another chicken could take over his body.


John Barnett: <breath> Man... I'm *everywhere* that chicken is... <breath>


Rev. Cal Hartley: The chicken crossed to be HEALED! Hallelujah! Praise the Lord! GOD is with the chicken! Amen...


Indian guy [shapes]: He should have been called... Feathered Chicken... or Flying Chicken, not Crossing Chicken.


Doug Spinney: The chicken crossed the road because its natural habitat was being methodically destroyed by clearcuts and illegal logging... within ten years, we won't have any forests *or* chickens left!


Michelle Bishop: *I* made the chicken cross the road.


Danny (Mulder's FBI inside man): Because it needed to get a better look at a license plate.


Roland: Chickens cross roads. But they're not supposed to get run down.


Ed Funsch: It was ordered to by its microwave oven.


Duane Barry: I don't know... it just had to go...Please, I'm askin' ya not to stop it from crossing the road... it just has to go!!!!!!!


Kristin Kilar: The chicken won't cross the road. It's not who he is. It doesn't make him happy.


BJ Morrow: It saw a dog digging in the field across the road.


Donnie Pfaster: Were its feathers normal, or dry?


Agent Bocks: It shot across the road to find out what's the what.


Karen Kosseff (speaking to the chicken): How does crossing the road make you feel? What are your fears about crossing the road? Are you afraid of failing the rooster?


The Gregors: That chicken was the last remaining. Unless you protect it, it is already dead.


Rev. Sistrunk [Colony]: You're asking me if chicken roasts on hell's barbecue for crossing the road?


Sophie the Gorilla: Chicken go crossing road.


Mr. Nutt: Just because you have a chicken, you automatically assume that it will cross the road? In an attempt to continue an age-old joke that never had any humor in the first place, you'll only managed to further trample on the subject... and draw it out in all its mediocrity. When in fact - do you really know if the chicken had better things to do than simply cross the road? That perhaps it may have gone off to study, to gain a better life? But no, you just took the simple framework of common knowledge, and *assumed* that the chicken would cross the road, thus, increasing an already clichéd stereotype.


The Conundrum: <burp>


Dr. Blockhead: It's a mystery. And some mysteries were never meant to be solved.


Charlie/Michael Holvey [The Calusari]: The chicken wants to cross the road, Mommy. *Now*.


Chaco: A chicken? That wasn't a chicken, that was the Mayor...


CC's character [Anasazi]: The chicken crossed the road? Wasn't the chicken originally assigned to remain at the the *side* of the road?


Albert Hosteen: There is an ancient Indian saying that a chicken lives only as long as the last person that remembers it crossing the road.


Dr. Pomerantz: The chicken told me about its experience of crossing the road... It was afraid... but it didn't die. Someone must have cared for the chicken... It had to get back to that safe place we talked about.


Luis Cardinal: We got the wrong chicken!


D.P.O. Because it was in for a little barbecue, heh-heh.


The Stupendous Yappi: The chicken feels it is not in control of its own destiny. It has feathers - somewhere on its body. It recently laid an egg - or not. <raises eyebrow> Here - it tries to force itself onto the road! But...it cannot cross the road...it is incompetent.


Clyde Bruckman: Why did the chicken cross the road? Why do any of us do anything? Why did he choose that exact moment to cross the road, thus leaving a slight indentation in the surface... that, fifty years later, causes a man driving a blue sports car to hit it, and spin off the road, spiraling to his death...


Madame Zelma: Madame Zelma, she is a fortune-teller, NOT a chicken keeper.


Napleon "Neech" Manley: To avenge all the petty tyranny and the cruelty it has suffered.


Virgil Incanto: Mmm... Schmaltz.


Lucy Householder: I don't know nothin' about no chicken. If I'm your last hope... then that chicken's in a lot more trouble than you think.


Japanese guy [Nisei]: To be fitted out for a pillowcase.


Dr. Bambi: To eat, sleep, defecate, procreate. Who cares about the road... what bugs did the chicken eat for lunch?


Dr. Ivanov [WOTC]: I don't know much about... *chickens*. What is it?


Stoner Guy [WOTC]: Woah, man. The chicken's crawling up inside your arm. That's wrong, dude.


Det. White: To solve the mystery of the horned chicken.


Terri: The chicken killed Mr. Tippy!!


Margi: Hate him, hate him, wouldn't wanna date him!


Madame Zirinka: You want me to tell you why the chicken crossed the road? Business hours are nine to five, all major credit cards accepted.


Robert Modell: The other side of the road looks very interesting. The sky looks so blue on that side. Cerulean blue. I bet you want to go to the other side of the road. The chicken's right over there, waiting. Go on, cross the road...


Holly [Pusher]: I don't know why the chicken did it! I'm so, so sorry, sir... I'm so sorry...


Jose Chung: I interviewed the chicken several times, over the course of three weeks, and each time I interviewed him, I got a different answer! Truth is as subjective as reality! By the way, do you know he he perfers the term 'crosser' or 'transportee'?


The Men in Black: No object is more mistaken for a chicken than the planet Venus. You never saw a chicken.


Det. Manners: Does anyone give a bleep why the bleepin' chicken crossed theroad? Who the bleep cares? By the way, someone called to say they found a real live bleepin' chicken body.


Lord Kinbote: No harm will come unto the chicken. The chicken's efforts are needed for the survival of all earth-chickens. Come, I will showeth thee the chicken.


Lt. Jack Schaeffer: The chicken did NOT cross the road...the chicken did NOT cross the road...


Blaine Faulkner: It wasn't a chicken. It was a MIB sent in by the *proper authorities* disguised as a chicken, and it wasn't pulling it off. Like, it was yellow, but a little *too* yellow, you know?


Roky Crikenson: This may sound kinda crazy but the chicken wanted to be abducted by aliens. So that he wouldn't have to get a job or anything.


Mrs. Peacock: I kin tell you don't have no chickins of yer own. Otherwaz you'd unnerstan' the prad, the luv, whin you know yer chickins'd do anithin' fer their keeper.


Sheriff Andy Taylor: The day that chicken crossed the road... I knew the day had come and my home would never be the same...


Peacock Brothers: To raise and breed its own stock, if you know what I mean.


Gerry Schnauz: Because it needed to get rid of the Howlers. Er hat unruhe....


Melissa Redell: Once, long ago, the chicken and I stood in a field. This is the road where I watched the chicken cross.


Sydney: I don't know why! Why don't you just leave the chicken alone! Leave it alone! It's already been through too much...


John Lee Roche: I can tell you about the chicken... but you need to help me. I want a deal. Trust a child molester?


Member of Congress [Terma]: Answer the question, Miss Road: Where is the chicken, and why is it not here?


Soledad Buente: Because his brother betrayed him.


Betty tattoo: Another chicken in my bed! If it crosses the road, it's dead!!!


Ed Jerse: Can you hear that? She's driving me crazy...She's so jealous...she hates it when chickens cross the road...


Leonard Betts: He's sorry. But the road had something he needed.


Dr. Scanlon: The chicken's going to feel like dying.


Kurt Crawford: I saw several chickens, and they were all wearing white lab coats and were headed for the Lombard Research Facility... After all, they want the same thing you want...


Sharon Graffia: The chicken wrote to me.. just before he crossed the road. He knew what was going to happen.


Sgt. Frisch: <nervous> I did it. I made the chicken cross the road.


Max Fenig: So, I’ve devoted my life to providing all you disbelievers out there with proof. Proof that there are chickens right now, as we speak, crossing the road in alien ships for purposes of a rather troubling agenda known only to the government, the FBI, and certain high-ranking members of the military/poultry community. Not that they’d ever admit it publicly... of course. Nor would they admit they have salvaged some of this poultry technology and are using it in military applications. No, that would be un-American. And they won’t admit it until someone confronts them with unrefutable, undeniable proof. Someone like me. And I should probably mention that I do this at great risk to my personal health and safety. But, hey, when everyday is just another day you’re going to be kidnapped by little feathered dudes from Foster Farms, what’s a few CIA spooks to worry about.


Eddie Van Blundht: Let's just say hypothetically that the chicken did cross the road. Now if that's what the road wanted and nobody got hurt, then hypothetically where's the crime? <Hmmm...wonder if I can morph my skin to look like feathers...>


Chuck Forsch: Oooh! That was me, I did it! I admit it, I did it! I made the chicken cross the road! I'm just a human being after all!


Michael Kritschgau: The chicken was an elaborate hoax all along, planted so that you would believe the lie that chickens existed.


Chris Carter: You'll have to wait until the movie comes out next summer to find out.


Howard Gordon: Because it was too tired to work anymore.


Morgan & Wong: Well, it had left this road to pursue another path, but it came to a dead end, so it returned home to the old road. Now that it was back on this road, though, it didn't seem the same, so eventually it saw a road that it really wanted to be on, and vowed to never again return to the original road.


Darin Morgan: Because he saw the comic potential of introducing such a novel concept.


John Shiban: Because it was being chased by El Chupacabra.


Vince Gilligan: Crossing the road was true to the chicken's nature. It was familiar, something that he had done before.


Fanfic writer: Because Chris Carter wasn't letting it go anywhere, and it needed someone to let it cross.


X-Phile: Maybe the chicken is so fed up waiting for the %@#&*@ premeire that it decided to go play in traffic.


Non X-Phile: Who cares? It's just a stupid chicken! It's fictional! Why the heck are you worrying about a chicken, anyway? I just don't see what you see in this whole thing!


Shipper: The chicken and the road had undeniable chemistry and were fated to cross.


NoRoMo: I can't understand why you people can't be satisfied with the chicken walking by the side of the road. Why does the chicken have to cross the road? Why are you focusing on that? It would ruin the chicken!


Jackie St. George: To get a bottle of Labatt's.

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The person below me gets aroused by lemmings.

Yep, they wake me up nice and early on Saturday mornings to go caching.


Not to step on Canadazuuk's toes or anything, but this was just too much fun to pass up. Sorry it's totally off topic for this thread, but hey, the relationship of the thread itself to geocaching is pretty tenuous. Besides, he started it.


Frodo Baggins: The chicken must have felt crossing the road to be a terrible burden, but he did it anyways, because it was the right thing to do.


Samwise Gamgee: The chicken had his own reasons for crossing the road. It's not for me to question, but I'll stand by the chicken through thick and thin, and make sure he gets across safely if it's the last thing I do.


Meriadoc Brandybuck: If that chicken's crossing the road, I'm going too.


Perigrine Took: Chicken? I like chicken. When do we eat?


Galdalf the Grey: Yes, chickens sometimes cross roads, but this, this chicken is very old indeed. And if it's out crossing roads, there must be a very good reason for it.


Gandalf the White: If the chicken is already across the road there's no time to waste. We must act swiftly, or we'll soon all be chickens.


Gimli: <drawing battle axe> I'll teach that chicken to cross MY road! Let me at him!


Aragorn: I'm too busy dealing with my own internal dilemmas to worry about some chicken.


Boromir: If the chicken has a sharpe, er sharp, beak and claws, I say we should use it for our own purposes. No sense letting it cross the road and fall into the hands of our enemies.


Legolas: Bet I can shoot an arrow through that chicken's eye before it gets all the way across the road.


Bilbo Baggins: I'm done with chickens and roads.


Elrond: An alliance with the chickens will never work. Just when you need to rely on them, they're all off crossing roads.


Galadriel: A chicken once gazed into my mirror. It saw a road, but did not know if it was a road it had once crossed, or one yet to be crossed, or one that should not be crossed.


Gollum: We likesss chickenses, don't we, Gollum. Yessss, tasssty little chickenses for munchings and crunchings. It thinksss it can essscape by crosssing the road. But we're too quick for it, aren't we, Gollum?


Faramir: No chickens will cross the road to Gondor on my watch.


Treebeard: Humhoom. Well now, hrummm. A chicken you say? Hooommharum. We will have to think on that. Harooommm.


Saruman: We must join the chicken and cross the road with it. It's the only way. Why can't you see that?


Sauron: I will destroy all the chickens! Then the road will be mine, all mine!


Random orc: Crunch!




The person below me: Chicken? In a cache? Crossing the road? Must be a travel bug.


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Well, Ayn Rand is NOT my heroine, so what choice did I have. Shrugging as I searched the atlas for somewhere to cache was hard on my individuality...


This is why Ayn thought the chicken crossed the road:


A chicken's first duty is to itself. And only by living for itself is it able to achieve the things which are the glory of chickenkind. Such is the nature of achievement.


The person below me burned their 2112 lp years ago...

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Never heard of it, but if they are into Zen, cool, I guess, maybe, possibly, if you think so, depends...


Out with the chicken and the road for now.


TPBM will wonder what this has to do with the price of ice in Greenland...


What is the sound of one hand clapping?


What is the Sound of the Single Hand? When you clap together both hands a sharp sound is heard; when you raise the one hand there is neither sound nor smell. Is this the High Heaven of which Confucius speaks? Or is it the essentials of what Yamamba describes in these words: "The echo of the completely empty valley bears tidings heard from the soundless sound?" This is something that can by no means be heard with the ear. If conceptions and discriminations are not mixed within it and it is quite apart from seeing, hearing, perceiving, and knowing, and if, while walking, standing, sitting, and reclining, you proceed straightforwardly without interruption in the study of this koan, you will suddenly pluck out the karmic root of birth and death and break down the cave of ignorance. Thus you will attain to a peace in which the phoenix has left the golden net and the crane has been set free of the basket. At this time the basis of mind, consciousness, and emotion is suddenly shattered; the realm of illusion with its endless sinking in the cycle of birth and death is overturned. The treasure accumulation of the Three Bodies and the Four Wisdoms is taken away, and the miraculous realms of the Six Supernatural Powers and Three Insights is transcended.

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Ah yes, Greenland where some distant viking traveler passed on his way to Lance-aux-Meadows to stay in the New World for roughly 10 years.


The person below me still thinks Columbus was the first to find.




Till a voice, as bad as Conscience, rang interminable changes

On one everlasting Whisper day and night repeated -- so:

"Something hidden. Go and find it. Go and look behind the Ranges --

"Something lost behind the Ranges. Lost and waiting for you. Go!"


Rudyard Kipling , The Explorer 1898

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Yes I believe that He was the first to find, before the Aliens landed in their spaceships.




The Person Below:


Tell us what is happening in this picture, and what the heck is that metal contraption??





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Nope, they well be a Professor of Chemistry, but I like to burn things, which some people call recycling...


The person below me had better not be umc who has posted to this thread too many times, albeit a while ago.


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Originally posted by Jomarac5:

Nope. Not UMC. Not even close.


The person below me is going to wait several days (or even weeks) before posting to this thread.



Hey! I've been real busy working on my book. The person below me likes to go for caches that need a canoe to get to.







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