Just scoured ebay for a Dredd helmet, intent to startle and amuse friend. Sorry, man, outta my price range. – 01:17 AM GMT
Although $125 to a Greek artisan was #just# out of comfort level – 01:19 AM GMT
Why is there no Dredd Lego for Wii? WHY – 01:20 AM GMT
aaargh QuizUp typos aaargh – 01:48 AM GMT
@manwhoyells ha i was just going thru the matches, there were a couple in that set but i dinna find em. nae typos. – 04:10 AM GMT
@manwhoyells oh yeah, i know, they drive me nuts – 05:37 PM GMT
RT: @appendixjournal: East German computers on parade in 1987, from our new blog post on Eastern Bloc tech. theappendix.net/blog/2014/1/so… pic.twitter.com/7ns8u8OMfB – 05:46 PM GMT
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@LeavittAlone journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/Acad… – 11:40 PM GMT
@LeavittAlone implies fortified wines, I think you are correct. Madeira and Canary wines cited in paper as trade goods to Newfoundland. – 11:41 PM GMT
@LeavittAlone BUT since they are all over the temporal map, who knows. Beer in the north and Roman wines to the south, I’d guess. – 11:42 PM GMT
Dear nose and lung crud, it is time for you to move along now. Thank you. – 11:45 PM GMT
@LeavittAlone no, that’s true, there are distinct stages. Roman and Greek wine was rawer, not aged, maybe less acohol. – 11:46 PM GMT
@LeavittAlone Then in the middle ages it was a monastic thing. Then about 1400 modern wine gets invented, or something. – 11:47 PM GMT
@LeavittAlone but I think the UK booze you are wondering about was mostly fortified, maybe to increase shipping life from Portugal. – 11:47 PM GMT
@LeavittAlone so somewhere in there someone invents distilled booze too. – 11:48 PM GMT