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Friday, 17 June 2005

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John Emerson

Bees are very peaceful, if you don't provoke them.

Scott Eric Kaufman

I don't doubt that...except with all the flying and buzzing and General Disarray, er, general disarray, they already seem plenty provoked. Combine that with the screams of stupid-now-stung children and I don't doubt they're hoppin' mad about, well, something.

P.S. The scientist in me, atrophied though he may be, knows you're correct. But the human being who stared this down is inclined to disagree.

Simstim

So, Michael Caine's finest moment isn't your favourite film then?

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