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May. 21st, 2011 | 01:37 am

too many feelings! i demand you UNFEEL ME!

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Jan. 9th, 2011 | 12:30 am

my sporran is badger free.

Rorschach is feeling ronchy

Jun. 22nd, 2010 | 06:50 pm

Can you believe googling that gives no links to anything interesting.

I will add a Nite Owl mpreg story to this when I get the chance.

Unhurt's Weather Adventure

Feb. 25th, 2010 | 05:55 pm

She has turned back from the snow and blizzards, and will be staying somewhere on way back to the ferry home in the morning! So no pubs and eating my cooking, while is a fair enough trade for being alive!

I would be taking the piss more but
has just been updated that the possible survivors are definately ded. :/

Scottish UFOes and that

Feb. 19th, 2010 | 09:33 am

1) http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/8521868.stm worth it for the pencil drawings of that they look like.

2) Apparently clams, squids, sharks and crocodiles are at the 'equilibrium' stage of punctuated equilibrium. This means they may start evolving... any moment...

3) A new DC-SQUID is proposed that exploits the properties of the grain boundary junctions in high Tc superconductors. The orientations of the grain boundaries are chosen in such a way to establish a π/2 (rather than 0 or π) phase difference between the equilibrium phases of the two Josephson junctions in the SQUID loop. This property is exploited to increase the sensitivity and direction dependence of the SQUID for measuring magnetic flux without additional flux generating coils.

4) It's me and Mrs Tard's 5 year anniversary so we escaping off to the remote wilds of Loch Rannoch. Catch ya later peeps!

SCIENCE for unhurt

Feb. 6th, 2010 | 05:51 pm

From http://www.alankennington.com/ideas/ratsled.html

rat sleds
I haven't fully worked out this idea yet, but...

On 25 December 1998, just after noon, I looked out the kitchen window and saw a very healthy-looking, well-fed large brown rat with nice smooth fur walking down the tree from the neighbour's garden into my garden. At first, I saw this in a negative light. But then I thought about the pet mice I used to have, and the laboratory rats used by psychology students at the uni.

It then occurred to me that garden rats could be tamed (as I once very successfully tamed a possum in 1983 in North Adelaide). One could tame a team of four rats to pull a sled like huskies. This occurred to me when I was running out of milk, but was not dressed suitably for going down to the local deli. Therefore, if I already had a trained rat-team, I could have put some money on the sled and sent them down to the deli. In case of robbers, the rats would bite anyone who tried to take the money along the way. The deli owner would take the money and put a litre of milk on the sled, which the rats would then bring back to me. I would reward the rats with a nice saucer of milk upon their return, and some sunflower seed, or some cheese with peanut paste, which is their favourite.
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Unhurt and the porpoise that "died of boners"

Jan. 1st, 2010 | 03:15 pm

So unhurt found a dead porpoise on the beach.
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Exciting Update News

Dec. 12th, 2009 | 08:55 pm

In world of warcraft I have a pet crocodile! It is called Sugar Plum and I noticed the other day it has six legs.

Oh yes.

Nov. 12th, 2009 | 10:24 am

Callum begged Hugh "pleeease can I sit on the bench with you and Mr Shrew?"

Hugh looked at him. "No."
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When will we learn?

Oct. 9th, 2009 | 12:28 pm


If man is to live in harmony with nature we must respect nature's needs, and the needs of the giant squid are simple:

a) three (3) metric tons of small fish per week, or one (1) sperm whale;

b) if giant squid is to make more than two appearances in one day, giant squid must be supplied with a rest area equipped with Bose sound system and six large, clean towels;

c) no flash photography.

We have violated our contract with the giant squid. Will any of us ever feel safe in the water again?