[Rushtalk] An interesting take on Donald Trump

John A. Quayle blueoval57 at verizon.net
Sun Jun 5 21:12:04 MDT 2016


At 09:33 AM 6/5/2016, Stephen Frye wrote:
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>Creeping?  Mine is rushing in at approximately 
>two and a half times the speed of light.  Both 
>hands, both elbows, and one knee.

         Truthfully, Stephen, mine, as well - 
both hands, both feet, both ankles, both wrists...............

>Actually we can synthesize capsaicin (not sure 
>of spelling) – pushing the concentration to well 
>over several miillion as opposed to about 1000 in Jalapenos.
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>At 09:46 AM 6/4/2016, Carl Spitzer wrote:
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>On Sat, 2016-05-28 at 22:59 -0400, John A. Quayle wrote:
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>At 09:51 AM 5/28/2016, Stephen Frye wrote:
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>I know that there are many – hundreds, thousands 
> “ of worthworthwhile articles (and an 
>order of magnitude more lousy ones).  But here I 
>get the most enjoyment (and frustration J ) from 
>reading the thoughts of our posters.  A couple 
>of years ago, four out of five postings were articles from somewhere else.
>
>AS an aside, I recently read an article about 
>the Olympics on Fox.  It was riddled with 
>grammatical misusages and abominable 
>punctuation.  But it would all have passed spell 
>check.  I don̢۪t know which is sadder:  th 
>that the author doesn̢۪t know any better, or 
>that ht his editor didn̢۪t either.
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>In high gh school, I would have received an 
>“F†for a papepaper like that.
>
>Oh well.  Time to get off my soap 
>box.  Rejoice.  In four weeks I'll be in Alaska, 
>and in six months we'll be visiting Iceland!
>
>          I hope you like cold weather, Stephen. 
> Personally, I wait all year for hot weather and 
> even though I sweat my brains out umpiring when 
> it's above 80 (like today it was 88 in the 
> Pittsburgh-area and I was doing the plate), I 
> still would rather be warm than cold. I'm 
> creeping up on 60 and arthritis is kicking my backside (and HARD!). -   jaq
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>Salon Pas capsacen patches
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>          Carl, I eat a LOT of peppers (from 
> which we get "capsaicin")..............still, 
> the creeping arthritis is unbearable, sometimes......   -  jaq
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>CWSIV
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