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boar_d_laze Said:

Don't worry.  You're covered all the way through the sixties.  I took enough psychedelics at UCSC for both of us.

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"Too much LDS." (James Tiberius Kirk.)














Edit: Obviously gene Roddenberry wasn't much a historian. Emperor Tiberius was a HORRIBLE excuse for a human being. Caligula was a mensch in comparison.
However, both Tiberius and Kirk had one similarity...they were both lecherous. LOL

 
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Posted Sun Jun 1, 2014, 9:20pm
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I bought 8oz Luwak about 8 years ago just to try it.  It was rather earthy.  I never went back for a second cup.  Save the money.  I hear elephant crap coffee is the new must have expensive coffee anyway.
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ofb11 Said:

I bought 8oz Luwak about 8 years ago just to try it.  It was rather earthy.  I never went back for a second cup.  Save the money.  I hear elephant crap coffee is the new must have expensive coffee anyway.

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Must be some HEAVY stuff. 20 pounds will just fit in my TRUNK.
Gotta stop now, before I say anyone who purchases elephant excreted coffee must be a "Dumbo"...whoops.
NEED SLEEP.

 
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Not only is elephant dung heavy, it is also dangerous! Well, as the story goes.
http://www.snopes.com/critters/malice/feces.asp
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steven_meyer Said:

Not only is elephant dung heavy, it is also dangerous! Well, as the story goes.
http://www.snopes.com/critters/malice/feces.asp

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Ah, loads of fun, that story. LOL

 
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IMAWriter Said:

Must be some HEAVY stuff. 20 pounds will just fit in my TRUNK.

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The trunk is Not where it comes from . . .

 
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