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I usually take a dump
In the morning 40%
Right after lunch 10%
In the evening 10%
I'm not that regular Sylvester, I dump at different times of the day 30%
I eat a diet that is high in fibre and thus I dump many times throughout the day. 10%

Votes: 10

 I'll be Stoned for Christmas

 Author:  Topic:  Posted:
Nov 26, 2001
Most people think that rocket scientists don't partake in illegal drugs or mind altering substances. It's simply not true, most of us are hardcore stoners. Really.

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To set the record straight
  • When I worked on the failed T900-IPX rocket for NASA back in the 90's I had come upon a particulary wicked strain of hashish, which I partook in every morning on my drive into the lab. Now then, I imagine some of you might think this type of behaviour to be irrational and irresponsible, but I would have to disagree with you. I mean, how else could one be expected to understand that L39-G level II schematic wiring spec sheet unless you are stoned out of your friggin gord? Besides, even if I hadn't been roasted while working every day there is still a good chance that rocket would have blown up. Meanwhile the now famous SS20 rocket went up without a hitch and I worked on that during my "crack" phase, so that should prove taking drugs has no negative effects on building rockets.

  • I had a real nice Thanksgiving Holiday, thank you. I really think that the entire world should band together and help us celebrate Thanksgiving day. After all, if we hadn't offed all those gay pilgrims and taken over the land that we now call the USA, none of you third world country bastards would be getting the millions of dollars in funding that your sorry ass countries get. Thus, I propose making Thanksgiving Day a world holiday instead of just a US holiday.

  • That Britney Spears chick gives me a great big stiffy.

  • I'm planning on having a grilled chicken salad and a bowl of tomatoe ravioli soup for lunch today. Yummers.

  • Well, It's time to go smoke a big fat doobie then see if I can get this stupid emergency pod ejector circuitry crap to work any better.


    Obviously, drugs affect your memory (none / 0) (#1)
    by Adam Rightmann on Mon Nov 26th, 2001 at 07:12:09 AM PST
    The SS20 was a Soviet ICBM.

    A. Rightmann

    You, my good sir, are 100% incorrect (5.00 / 2) (#2)
    by Sylvester Q McNamera on Mon Nov 26th, 2001 at 07:35:47 AM PST
    You are obviously a layman, no doubt.

    The Soviets built an ICBM which was entitled ss20, whilst the rocket I worked on and sucessfully launched into outer space was known as the SS20. Please note the small case ss20 vs. the upper case SS20. The SS20 was quite advanced and used far superiour technology when compared to the klunky technology used by the ruskies. In fact, if I recall, the SS20 was the first SMP-Mhz enabled rocket to launch. It's just a shame we lost it before we could fix that orbital gyro issue and it drifted out of the solar system.

    I would challenge you to brush up on your history before making such wild and insolent claims.

    Best wishes,
    --S.Q. McNamera

    Bob, is that you? (none / 0) (#3)
    by Anonymous Reader on Mon Nov 26th, 2001 at 07:53:32 AM PST
    Don't worry, k5 will come back.

    American International Holidays (none / 0) (#4)
    by elby on Mon Nov 26th, 2001 at 12:48:17 PM PST
    You are not the first to have the idea that the rest of the world should celebrate America.



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