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    • CommentTimeSep 21st 2020
    She probably wouldn't have cared for Knives Out.
    I'm always intrigued by people who use the phrase "in the grand scheme of things".
    • CommentTimeSep 23rd 2020
    Are you? How interesting.
    Isn't it though.
    • CommentTimeSep 23rd 2020
    Posted By: goatcheezShe probably wouldn't have cared forKnives Out.

    I liked it - all except for Daniel Craig's ridiculous accent......
    • CommentAuthorloreman
    • CommentTimeSep 23rd 2020
    Yeah, I thought it was entertaining.
    An excellent film with a good cast to go with a Glen Livet 14
    OgTs is heavy, man.

    That's oganesson tennessinide btw.
    • CommentAuthorloreman
    • CommentTimeSep 27th 2020
    How like a language matter is! It encapsulates the mysterious and complex process of inertia, much as the word “inertia” does.
    • CommentTimeSep 27th 2020
    I don't know and I can't be arsed to find out.
    If inertia is indeed a process, then physics is in deep shit.
    • CommentAuthorloreman
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2020
    Perhaps I should have said “properties of inertia”.
    Definitely you should not have, because, do you see, you have, albeit perhaps unintentionally, caused me to generate a sentence so redolent with commas that, otherwise, I would not have been so stimulated so to do, and now, drowning in my own grammatical morass, have totally mislaid that thought which I was trying originally to express.

    Just kidding. It's more evocative the way you said it.
    The article on corvids' intelligence made me wonder if the God of man is not simply an instance of overfitting in our hugely complex cortices (cf. neural network theory).
    There are rats in the forest nearby.

    We call them "rats of the forest".
    Posted By: Andrew PalfreymanThere are rats in the forest nearby.

    We call them "rats of the forest".

    Therefore you must also have rats in the village, since otherwise you would just call the rats of the forest "rats."
    Not necessarily. We might be of a poetic bent. Thus calling menial tableware "plates of the cupboard"
    Sure, but if you aren't careful with your keeping of the house you'll have the rats of the forest moving into the village and running all over your plates of the cupboard and there will be little piles of the shite of the rats of the village all over the floor of the kitchen of the house.
    And a top of the morning to you too!
    2020 may have been being