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Postby PsychoAg98 on Wed Feb 20, 2002 2:36 am

satan oscillate my metallic sonatas<P>I believe that was a Soundgarden album...<P>------------------
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Postby PsychoAg98 on Wed Feb 20, 2002 2:40 am

How about this one:<P>Smart regal rajahs, as a stalwart stressed at Radnor, in Wales, order a dismal celt to belt signora's animals, not a benign exile hero, nor pagan ayahs.
Evil, one parish rapscallion at a fracas may rip at all, or rob at a party; raid a yard, stab, revile, or snipe nine Italians.
Bad, sleek Cossacks amass at last, lob a bomb, attack a yak, mar pagodas, loot tenners, revel, debate rebate, jeer, upset a gang.
Isadora drank nips at a bard, stuns Mary. Ella snoops; Amos too; Stella sung a dirge. On a canal, pallid niggards yell.
Upstart enfeebled Omaha fools gab, gulp, snub, rebut, as liars leer sneer, gnaw, sniff. Upset, a deuce cad at Lima was.
A snug smug waster frets.
In a cabin, as Enid, rash, saw red, damn it Anita seems set on murders - but - examined, you bet all agreed stoor Keele, Belgrade, Cebu, Tarifa, snob nobs; big Slade men in Salta, Ragusa, Bute, Kansas, Prah; so many dim (alas, gone gaga) Rio, Crewe, Elba, Cannes, Topeka, Crete mates, Sir, assume Pamela-Anne is not to collect, nor fit to pillage kip, rone, vane, tags, tips, a plate, vodka, etna, velures, rohan, warp, a cang, ocelots, aster, fez; nor beer, trona, ether, a cape, savontettes, sack, rabot, tomboc, rotella, wax, oxo, fragaria, tug-tackle, a rare medoc, cab, otter, a batten, gardenia, cock, lisle, epee, potato, bass, some nitre, wolf, red lead, napery, tenon, a few eyas, tom-tom, a pome, parget, a bar, cage, pedal, bay, vines, ten egrets, yo-yo, soda; no bracelets, no mongrel, brawn, ray, nor tank, sump, mall, ramrod, ribes, rupee, taro, anna, cone, carbon, sard, a mare; nor knot, nor felt, tack, citrons, lioness, a burnet, talma, cleeks, wahoo, tupelo, pyrola, auk, stob, latakia, hog, a key, defl, fawn, a groat, corks, uta, a para, coot, tyups, duster, rutela, panada, a turf, fur, anil, oak, rattan, a pane, ham, a desk, cots, rep, a taw, a camera, rasp, mats, spools, ten rugs, ten games, a cask, cups, peta, lyre, beet, test-tube, borax, oboe, mace, buck, cos, a gem, tuna, any metals, a pink, cola, pollock, card, a last, lame, kale, perch, sal, a hare, game, opal, wallaby, olla, spacer, bassets, a plaid, drab, a tayo, two togas, passports, sage, cider, cans, taps, snips, gum, nettle, pipe, keg, dulse, pastel, macle, macaroni, boron, Bible, balm, rocaille, macon, lias, gull, arums, dope, civet, argon, some mya, jam, upas, pansy, lilac, lath, crib, roselite, no hats, opah, sura, rial, geode; no roset, or sten, no belt, tiller, rosette, press, no melons, no gat, cote, llama, balsam, lemur, dissal, no bees, Roman ode, risotto, lace, raggee; not a towel, capa, stone, dops, wad, a tract, rope, cigars, gold, rock, lime, tape, tar, tinsel, baths, a topsail, haddoc<B>k</B>, cod, dahlias, potash, tables, nitrate, pate, milk, cord, logs, rag, ice, port, cart, a daw, a spode; not sap, a clew, or tat, one egg, areca, lotot, siredon, a morese, ebon, lasso, drum, elm, a slab, a mallet, octagons, no lemons, serpette, sorrel, little bonnets, rotes, or one doe, glair, a rush, a post, a hone, tiles, or birch, talc, a lily, snaps, a puma, jay, memos, no grate, vice, pods, mural, lugsail, no camellia, corm, label, bib, nor obi, nor a camel, camlets, ape, sludge, kepi, pelt, ten mugs, pins, spats, nacre, dice, gas, strops, sapsago, tow, toy, a tabard, dial, pastes, sabre, caps, alloy, ball, awl, a powem, a gerah, a lash, crepe, lake, malt, salad, rack, collop, a lock, nipa, slate, myna, a nutmeg, a sock, cube, cameo, box, a robe, butt, settee, beryl, steps, pucks, a case, magnets, gurnets, loops, stamps, a rare macaw, a taper, stocks, edam, a hen, a pan, attar, kaolin, a ruff, ruta, a dan, a pale, turret, suds, puttoo, carapa, a tusk, rocta, organ, waffle, dye, kago, haik, a talbot, skua, a lory, pole, putoo, haws, keel, cam, latten, rubasse, noils; nor tick, cattle, fronton, kroner, a madras, no brace, no canna, or a tee, pursue, bird or marl, lamp, musk, natron, yarn, warbler, gnomon, stele, carbonado, soy, oyster, genet, sen, ivy, a blade, peg, a crab, a teg, rape, mop, a mot-mot, say, ewe, fan, one tyre, panda, elder-flower, tine, moss, sabot, a topee, peel, silk, cocaine, dragnet, tabaret, tobacco, demerara, elk, catgut, air, a gar, fox, ox, a wallet, or cob, motto, bark, cassette; no vase, paca, reh, tea; nor tree, bronze, frets, a stole, cognac, a prawn, a horse, rule, van, teak, dove, talpa, spits, gate, nave; nor pike, gallipot, ti, front, cello, cotton, sienna, ale, map, emus, saris, seta, meter, cake, pot, senna, cable, ewer, coir, a gage, nog, salami, dynamos, harps, a snake, tuba, sugar, atlas, nine medals, gibs, bonbons, a fir, a tube, cedar, glebe, leek, roots, deer, gallate, buoy, denim, axe, tubs, red rum, notes, smee, satin, a tin, madder, wash, sardines, a nib, a canister, fretsaw, gums, guns, a saw, a milt, a dace, cue, dates, puffin, swan, greens, reels, rails, a tuber, buns, plug, bags, loofah, a model, beef, net, rats, pulleys, drag, gin, dill, a plan, a canoe, grid, a gnu, sallet, soot, soma, spoons, alley, rams, nuts, rabat, asp, ink, nard, a rod, a sign, agates, puree, jet, a beret, a bed, levers, rennet, tools, a dog, a pram, kayak, cat, tab, mob, a bolt, salt, ass, a mask, cassock, eels, dabs, nail, a tie, ninepins, roe, liver, bats, dray, a diary, trap, a tabor, roll, a tapir, yams, a car, fat, an oil, lax, spar, hair, a pen, olives, hay, a nag, apron, ore, helix, engine, batons, lamina, sarong, istle, bottle, clam, sida, red rose, lawn, iron, dart, a dessert, straw, lats, a sash, a jar, lager, trams.<P> <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspot.com/KeenBoard/smile.gif"><P>The bold "k" is the middle letter... No I didn't make this up, I found it on a website.
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Postby Tid Master Bit on Wed Feb 20, 2002 6:02 am

This evening will mark a unique moment. One that will never be repeated again. At 8:02 and 20 seconds (local time) the time and date will look like:<P>20:02:20 02/20/02<P>If you look carefully it is a numeric palendrome, 200220022002.<P>There was a similiar one that occured last year on January 10, 2001. Neither will ever occur again.
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Postby haemon78 on Wed Feb 20, 2002 7:18 am

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by PsychoAg98:
<B>satan oscillate my metallic sonatas<P>I believe that was a Soundgarden album...<P></B><HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>It was on one of their T-shirts. I always meant to get that one, actually, but I took enough flak from the "appearance police" in high school to make me reconsider.
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Postby PsychoAg98 on Wed Feb 20, 2002 7:42 am

I believe that every moment is a unique moment in time, that will never be repeated. Unless you are Phil from Groundhog Day.<P>------------------
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Postby Tid Master Bit on Wed Feb 20, 2002 8:02 am

There is some subjectivity to the uniqueness of this event. It depends if one counts all 4 digits of the year or just the last 2 and if one includes the seconds in the time.<P><A HREF="http://www.thisislondon.com/dynamic/news/story.html?in_review_id=502200&in_review_text_id=464612" TARGET=_blank>Read Here</A> for further thoughts.
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Postby haemon78 on Wed Feb 20, 2002 8:27 am

Hell, I'm just glad this wasn't about the Whitney Houston song "One Moment in Time". The title of the post had me scared for a second.
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Postby kozmo on Wed Feb 20, 2002 11:15 am

sit on a potato pan otis<P>(read it backward...)
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