The Mudcat Café TM
Thread #59418   Message #1215508
Posted By: Rapparee
28-Jun-04 - 10:03 AM
Thread Name: BS: The Mother of all BS threads
Subject: RE: BS: The Mother of all BS threads
I knew a guy in the service whose name was Kleinschmidt; he was an electrician. And there was a drapes & curtains store, back when and where I was growing up, called "Klein's". So I guess that if I needed new electrical drapes, Mel could help, right?

As for knowing how the mind interacts with all it's parts, I know how my does, and why. When I was about three, my mother dropped me on my head (I still have the scar from the broken milk bottle I landed on). That opened up a whole new world to me and jumpstarted my thinking. By the time I was 3.5, I was working out algebraic matrices, by four I had invented matrix calculus. I was well on my way to a true Grand Unified Theory when, at the age of six, my brother Tony hit me on the head with a toy concrete block and...let's just say that my grades did not improve thereafter and my mother was highly annoyed with Tony. Naturally, I wasn't very pleased with him either because he had totally blown my chances of entering the Institute For Advanced Studies at the age of eight, so I tried to drown him in a bucket. My mother was on the scene too soon, however, and he only suffered from hypoxia long enough to change his personality from that of a nasty little brat to that of a raging, evil megalomaniac genius whose plans to rule the world are now, with most of his children grown, bearing fruit. I suppose I should warn the world about his evil schemes, but he and his spawn are kin, after all. I will only say that Microbiology will fall first, then the Graphic Arts, and then Theoretical and Experimental Physics (and Mathematics).       Oh, the plot is cunning and well-laid-out, but like I said, they're kinfolk and all so I'd feel bad about ratting on them.