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« Reply #125 on: 07/03/2008 15:57:22 »
Yes, Pinky and the Brain
 

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« Reply #126 on: 07/03/2008 22:02:54 »
Who?  ???
 

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« Reply #127 on: 08/03/2008 00:33:33 »
It is an American carton Show that had a short run - too much adult level humor in it. It is about two lab mice, oh well ....
here is a link
http://www.google.com/search?q=pinky+and+the+brain&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a

The brain, the one with the microphone on this page, is out to take over the world.

 
 

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« Reply #128 on: 08/03/2008 07:59:57 »
It is an American carton Show...
 

A show about cartons? Isn't that a bit boring? (unless, of course, you're in the carton trade)
 

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« Reply #129 on: 08/03/2008 17:01:49 »
It is like watching Monty Python in cartoon form. I am am sure you have watched Monty Python. Or are you above that?
 

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« Reply #130 on: 08/03/2008 18:35:19 »
Python is 1 of my all-time favourites. Incidentally, Cleese & Chapman are Cambridge graduates.  [^]
 

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« Reply #131 on: 08/03/2008 20:55:25 »
Bragging now, are we?

A least I went to a school with an all encompassing curriculum. The University of Texas (before it became the University of Texas at Austin.) It is also one of the 10 best schools of Geology in the world. Alas, Cambridge is not among the list of such schools.
 

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« Reply #132 on: 08/03/2008 21:16:10 »
Probably not. Cambridge is a foremost seat of learning in subjects such as maths (Steven Hawking now holds the Lucasian Chair in mathematics - a position once held by none other than Newton himself), science, technology, law (James Tully), divinity, history, cosmology & astrophysics (Martin Rees), computing (John Daugman) and psychology (especially autism - Simon Baron-Cohen).

And, of course, young Chris is a lecturer there (as, once, was yours truly  [^] ).
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« Reply #133 on: 08/03/2008 21:38:27 »
Yes but Newton didn't think up some of his best stuff whilst AT Cambridge. Wasn't he kept away for a while because of the plague and having time on his hands he would go out into the countryside and think about all his many theories. Sometimes having time out from the rat race can be rewarding.
I didn't realise that stephen Hawking can only move his eyes and his cheek muscles now. He has to be everybody's hero.
 

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« Reply #134 on: 08/03/2008 23:10:27 »
Bragging now, are we?

A least I went to a school with an all encompassing curriculum. The University of Texas (before it became the University of Texas at Austin.) It is also one of the 10 best schools of Geology in the world. Alas, Cambridge is not among the list of such schools.


NO IN GEOLOGY !!

We both are elitist but, you sir, are a snob. Need a hanky to wipe your nose?
 

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« Reply #135 on: 08/03/2008 23:12:15 »
Yes but Newton didn't think up some of his best stuff whilst AT Cambridge. Wasn't he kept away for a while because of the plague and having time on his hands he would go out into the countryside and think about all his many theories. Sometimes having time out from the rat race can be rewarding.
I didn't realise that stephen Hawking can only move his eyes and his cheek muscles now. He has to be everybody's hero.


Agreed

(GAWD! I am agreeing with a sworn enemy.)
 

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« Reply #136 on: 09/03/2008 00:08:19 »
Bragging now, are we?

A least I went to a school with an all encompassing curriculum. The University of Texas (before it became the University of Texas at Austin.) It is also one of the 10 best schools of Geology in the world. Alas, Cambridge is not among the list of such schools.


NO IN GEOLOGY !!

We both are elitist but, you sir, are a snob. Need a hanky to wipe your nose?

Hanky? Hankies are for commoners. I use a kerchief.
 

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« Reply #137 on: 09/03/2008 03:46:20 »
So what Red Indian tribe do you get your kerchiefs from? And how do they like you wiping your nose on them?

 

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« Reply #138 on: 09/03/2008 13:28:30 »
Your daftness is peeking through again, Jimmy.
 

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« Reply #139 on: 09/03/2008 14:49:34 »
HOW!
So what Red Indian tribe do you get your kerchiefs from? And how do they like you wiping your nose on them?


HOW!
 

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« Reply #140 on: 09/03/2008 16:43:29 »
Exactly

How! white lady, do'um Ok today?
 

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« Reply #141 on: 09/03/2008 19:22:32 »
How do you know she did 'um?  [:0]
 

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« Reply #142 on: 09/03/2008 20:31:48 »
If I throw him a stick, do you think he'll leave?
 

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« Reply #143 on: 09/03/2008 20:40:48 »
If I throw him a stick, do you think he'll leave?

You'd have more luck hitting him with it.
 

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« Reply #144 on: 09/03/2008 23:52:41 »
I am impervious to the insults, rising above the furry of your disdain. It appears you cannot appreciate the subtly of my posts so I will ignore the two of you as irrelevant to this discussion. 

 

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« Reply #145 on: 10/03/2008 07:44:13 »
I am impervious to the insults, rising above the furry of your disdain. It appears you cannot appreciate the subtly of my posts so I will ignore the two of you as irrelevant to this discussion. 



"Furry" of my disdain?  :D
 

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« Reply #146 on: 10/03/2008 17:33:12 »
Only Doctor Beaver can do furry disdain.
 

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« Reply #147 on: 10/03/2008 17:48:12 »
Only Doctor Beaver can do furry disdain.

Very true
 

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« Reply #148 on: 10/03/2008 18:57:48 »
Yes, it's true. So why should we take him seriously?
 

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« Reply #149 on: 10/03/2008 19:04:44 »
Yes, it's true. So why should we take him seriously?

You don't anyway
 

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