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We all know Christopher Walken is supremely cool. But listen to him discuss tails with Conan O'Brien, and you might respect the man even more. ^_^ Clip here. He agrees that yes, if it were possible, he'd consider having a tail attached - a big, bushy sorta thing. So.. any con fancy inviting him as a guest? Celebrity furry makeover, yay! ^_^

Did you know there's a giant earwig rampaging across Germany?

discopanda might be interested in a happy panda hat. So cute!

momentrabbit spotted this adorably tiny Tetris game cabinet, based around a camcorder viewfinder for the display. ^_^

Apparently, "ῥαφανιδόω (rhaphanidoo)" is Ancient Greek for "to sodomise with a radish", as employed by Aristophanes in "The Clouds".

And rabitguy noticed more Rickay (and Thrash) from BunnyBoyz, by Max BlackRabbit, here. Yay!
Well, I did notice someone else in the comments claim there's an English word involving ginger instead.. ^_^
Well, what about an English word meaning "to sodomise with a habanero"?
Reminds me of the phrase encountered the day after a feisty Thai curry, or a phall or vindaloo: "the ring of fire".. ^_^;
I've never had curry, actually.
Eep! And mycroftb was just saying the other day he hadn't either. Maybe I should set up a lunch truck touring around the curry-deprived states. ^_^ Thai curries are coconut milk based, and fairly differently spiced to their Indian counterparts, of which there's a wide variety, many based on tomato. Between them all, as you might expect, you can encounter a range of heats from Minnesotan up to solar corona.

'Course, in compensation, you've probably got easy access to mouth-wateringly delicious barbecue.. :-9
Actually, there is a good Indian place around here, but I haven't found it (I only found out that it existed on Tuesday, so...). Don't think there's much in the way of Thai food, though.

Actually, the good barbecue is on the other end of the state, which is about 500 miles away.
Ooh, that could be fun to try out when you're next out as a group. 'Course, I suppose much depends on how they interpret degrees of heat - some places' "hot" can be quite mild, whereas some really mean it. And then there's the inevitable variability of restaurants - with Indian particularly, some places can be a bit free'n'easy with the oils, and some chefs are just better than others. All part of the adventure. ^_^

Hm! Maybe you need to open a place locally..
I learned about the restaurant when my intro to ethics prof ended up using his love of eating (and cooking) Indian food as an example for something (forget what, though). Since, in this case, he's the expert on Indian food, I'll have to take his recommendation. Might be worth it to drag him along so I can have recommendations on what to eat in particular (as well as the side-effect of maybe getting him slightly biased towards me when it comes time to give me the grade for the course).