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White Gold and Bogon Fields

2009-08-11 19:44:09.278234+00 by ebradway 2 comments

I was discussing Quantum Bogodynamics with a colleague today and started pondering why geeks tend to emit fewers bogons than suits. I forwarded the theory that white gold is a specifically strong bogon absorber and that geeks, if they wear jewelery, as more likely to wear white gold than any other precious metal. So Stephen R. Donaldson may be significantly to blame for the proper functioning of many of our computers.

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#Comment Re: made: 2009-08-11 20:19:46.165731+00 by: meuon

The only jewelry I wear is a titanium ring... not sure what it's Bogon absorbtion coefficient, but it was glowing red after being near Jim Frierson for a few hours yesterday.

cluon@... has a nice ring.. it maybe time to upgrade meuon@....

#Comment Re: made: 2009-08-12 02:12:31.859237+00 by: ebradway [edit history]

I want a Linux cap that says:

Get yer cluon!