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August 25, 2006
Friday Squid Blogging: Piglet Squid
Posted on August 25, 2006 at 3:12 PM
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I have an episode of Winnie The Pooh on VHS, where Gopher claims to be in possession of some U-235.
I kid you not.
It looks more like the "Charlie Brown Squid" to me... and them's good eatin'!
Cartoonlike, yet surreal.
Wonder what it tastes like?
Offtopic: some Black Hat presenters lied and claimed they had found big problems in Cisco and Apple products; columnist says it hurts real security by reducing our trust in real flaw reports:
a squid that tastes like baby back ribs would be a major advance.
Oh dear. To the obscure mobile ...
In that episode of Winnie the Pooh (that is _The New
Adventures of Winnie the Pooh_ that was shown on
ABC starting in the mid-to-late 80s), Gopher suggests
using U-235 for a specific purpose (that is, to get Rabbit
out of a tree). He never claims to actually have some,
but he seems to like the idea of using it.
I'll go away now.
I've normally seen pictures of squid tentacles-down. Have they inverted these pictures to enhance the piglet impersonation (imporconation?) or do these critters really swim that way up?
That second one looks like it was shot at an undersea Pink Floyd show.
But I want to know how they taste!
Well, it seems that, at the very least, Gopher knows how to use U-235 *and* has the means to obtain it.
Yes, yes, I'll go away too...
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