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And here's BTBs

Here's a real pic of what "Busters' the boy!" looks like in my dreams.



Here in a more "suggestive" mode (note that BTB is wearing my shirt!)...

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Always had a thing for brunettes with silencers. This Fluxxer needed to ingest a few plates of biscuits and gravy though.


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Always had a thing for brunettes with silencers.
Yeah...

Hey, try this it's a silencer that works for brunettes, blonds, redheads, and chemotherapy patients.

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Looks rather pricey.....I prefer this:

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The elitist card, how tiresome.
Sometimes, it's hard to hear from up there.[:D]



Worthy of not, Christchurch has been visited by alien civilization(s) at least three times. Could it be that Shrimpton has been briefed on the ID subject by these visitors?

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UFO SIGHTING REPORT
CHRISTCHURCH
SOUTH ISLAND
February 18th 2005

Christchurch, New Zealand Bright Light Shoots Upwards

Date: February 18, 2005
Time: 9:45 p.m.

Number of witnesses: 2, Rev Al. Shrimpton and his wife
Number of objects: 1
Shape of objects: Bright light disappearing upwards.

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DAYLIGHT UFOs SPOTTED IN CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND

On Wednesday, November 12, 1997, at 7:40 a.m., a few dozen witnesses in the Port Hills section of Christchurch, South Island, New Zealand reported seeing "two eye-shaped objects traveling from south to north" over the seaport city "at approximately 80 to 100 miles per hour at an approximate altitude of 3,500 feet."

The condition of the sky at the time was mostly clear with some light clouds and wind gusts of up to 80 knots. "The objects appeared to be 12-plus feet (4 meters) across in size." The UFOs "appeared to be shaped like human eyes. In the center was a silver ball, and the outer areas were black and tapered off to a point. The objects traveled above light cloud in blue sky, and there were heavy gusts of wind at the time." (Many thanks to Rev. Al Shrimpton and his New Zealand National UFO Hotline. New Zealand readers wishing to report a UFO can reach Rev. Al Shrimpton at PH 090 05 8367.)
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On Saturday, July 29, 2000, at 7:25 p.m., Rev. Al Shrimpton and son went out on the back patio of their hillside home in Christchurch, a large city on the North Island of New Zealand, to look at the stars.
"This is a regular occurrence as we both love the stars, and I love teaching him," reported Rev. Al Shrimpton, who works as a private investigator in Christchurch. "Just as we walked to the rear of our house, a bright flash shot across the sky. At first I thought it was sheet lightning, but to our surprise a standard disc-shaped craft flew right over our house and headed towards the port hills."

"My son ran off to his mother, scared out of his wits, but I grabbed my binoculars and, after alerting my wife, we watched the craft do a quick U-turn and fly back in the direction from which it came," adding that the UFO made its approach from the east and headed west, then doubled back eastward again.

"I have seen many UFOs in and around this city and trying to get some good footage for everyone to see. I have been investigating UFOs for 17 years, and it still puzzles me why we cannot get the truth out."

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RE: Assistance from intelligent design (God help us!)

Tcp you're a naughty boy - of course I'm not elitist, you worm.

Anyway, the ID malarky gets a little more interesting when we look at physics rather than biology. What do you think of the 'fine-tuning' argument - the idea that our universe seems extra-special, becuase changing the physical constants only by tiny proportions (e.g. the strengths of the four forces of nature) would produce a universe in which we could not exist. Does this mean God choose them carefully?


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In the last few decades a tantalizingly great number of exceedingly rare coincidences, vital for the existence of a minimally stable universe and without which no form of life could exist anywhere, have been discovered. . . . [G]iven any one of infinitely many universes, some conjunction or other of physical magnitudes will have to obtain. However, the prevailing conjunction is not merely one of indefinitely many; it is also an instance of a virtually infinitesimally rare kind of universe: the kind capable of sustaining life. The hypothesis that it was produced by a Being interested in sentient organic systems adequately explains this otherwise inexplicably astonishing fact. [NEW PERSPECTIVES ON OLD-TIME RELIGION, Oxford U.P., 1988, pp. 130,133]



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Tcp you're a naughty boy - of course I'm not elitist, you worm.
jjl, I apologise for the confusion, it was not, ever, my intention to infer that you were!

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What do you think of the 'fine-tuning' argument - the idea that our universe seems extra-special, becuase changing the physical constants only by tiny proportions (e.g. the strengths of the four forces of nature) would produce a universe in which we could not exist. Does this mean God choose them carefully?
It is coincidental.

We are able to reflect on this because the universe is as it is.

Alternatives might have occured, are occuring, will occur, in which universes are created that do not support the emeergence of intelligence, or even life. Even if we do not live in such universes and have no physical proof of their existence, we can reflect on these just as well.

I don't think we need a God, it takes GUT to admit to that.

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man, I thought I was old but Vargas Girls? Damn.
I admit, however, I can't keep my eyes off their shadayim

80 has been interpreted in many ways but in this case, is it the age?

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80 has been interpreted in many ways but in this case, is it the age?
Nao, you won't get laid much with witty questions/remarks like that one!

Only a M (as in S&<b>M</b>) biatch would entertain the idea of getting cozy with you. Although, there is much to be said for S&M relationships, provided you are the S in <B>S</b>&M.

I have a very low threshold of pain myself, but am quite stoic when it comes to others' pain.

Could also be that you are in M (as in <b>M</b>ature) sex. All the power to you, since women live longer than men, the supply of >=80 biatches should keep you busy for a while.

Either way, please post pics here!



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