Cod philosophy

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I apologise for the pun …

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“Hungry Scottish folk in Russia make a funny noise whilst eating a burger”

Noam Chomsky

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Is that 3 down?

“Mediocrity defends itself brilliantly, trust me.” She knows all, notes all, knows all and, in fact, mimics all… "

Toma Caragiu in an interview by Eva Sîrbu

More science humour …

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That can’t be right. The elephants would loose their footing and the turtle :turtle: would get giddy. :smiley:

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Where are the grammar police?

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“The state of emergency is always distinguished from anarchy and chaos and, in the legal sense, there is still order in it, even though it is not a legal order."

Carl Schmitt.

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Reminds me of - ‘An optimist is someone who doesn’t know all the facts’!

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The !ast 2 posts there are excellent/hilarious.

The Optimist - “The glass is half full”.
The Pessimist - “The glass is half empty”.
The Engineer - “The glass is twice as big as it needs to be”.

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One does need to consider that the glass is re-fillable.

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The opportunist - “Cheers, thanks for the drink”

The Homeopathist - “Congratulations, that glass contained the memory patterns of molecules with curative powers”

The conspiracy theorist - “congratulations, the water contains fluoride”

The nilhilist - “congratulations, it doesn’t really matter”

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The fuckening.

When your day is going well and you know to don’t trust it and some sh!t finally goes down.

“Ah, there it is, the fuckening”. - unknown

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They missed Barnet Fair and they have two versions of phone. Only ever heard dog and bone used.

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A proper Cockney (I’m only a quarter to a half through me Mum, if that’s allowed!) once told me her “dogs were barking” meaning her feet hurt…
dogsmeat = feet.

‘Dogs barking’ also meaning feet getting whiffy…