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4th Season Dr. Who - The Unicorn and the Wasp - 5 star poll - SPOILERS AHOY !
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George Avalos
2008-06-14 08:58:03 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW

5 stars (tavern)

0-1 stars (human anatomy)

-George
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2008-06-14 16:34:00 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.

Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
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Ken from Chicago
2008-06-14 17:51:13 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
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* PV something like badgers--something like lizards--and something
like corkscrews.
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.

-- Ken from Chicago
erilar
2008-06-14 19:22:59 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Oh, but doesn't that describe the series pretty well over the
years? I have to give it a 4.75 for the same reasons. Being a great
Christie fan myself doesn't hurt 8-)
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Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
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It's really refreshing!!
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peachy ashie passion
2008-06-14 22:02:27 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
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* PV something like badgers--something like lizards--and something
like corkscrews.
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.
-- Ken from Chicago
well, I'm giving it a 4.5 for sheer fun.
Ken from Chicago
2008-06-14 23:00:13 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
--
* PV something like badgers--something like lizards--and something
like corkscrews.
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.
-- Ken from Chicago
well, I'm giving it a 4.5 for sheer fun.
"Professor Peachy in the den with the tv remote."

-- Ken from Chicago
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2008-06-15 22:28:35 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
--
* PV something like badgers--something like lizards--and something
like corkscrews.
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.
-- Ken from Chicago
well, I'm giving it a 4.5 for sheer fun.
"Professor Peachy in the den with the tv remote."
-- Ken from Chicago
Wasn't me!
Michael Bowker
2008-06-15 22:49:15 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
--
* PV something like badgers--something like lizards--and something
like corkscrews.
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.
-- Ken from Chicago
well, I'm giving it a 4.5 for sheer fun.
"Professor Peachy in the den with the tv remote."
-- Ken from Chicago
Wasn't me!
Ah, but do you have an alibi? Is it airtight? Has your remote been
dusted?
Anim8rFSK
2008-06-15 23:29:09 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
--
* PV something like badgers--something like lizards--and something
like corkscrews.
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.
-- Ken from Chicago
well, I'm giving it a 4.5 for sheer fun.
"Professor Peachy in the den with the tv remote."
-- Ken from Chicago
Wasn't me!
Ah, but do you have an alibi? Is it airtight? Has your remote been
dusted?
no, no, and no.
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No Shat, No Show.
peachy ashie passion
2008-06-16 03:18:03 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
--
* PV something like badgers--something like lizards--and something
like corkscrews.
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.
-- Ken from Chicago
well, I'm giving it a 4.5 for sheer fun.
"Professor Peachy in the den with the tv remote."
-- Ken from Chicago
Wasn't me!
Ah, but do you have an alibi? Is it airtight? Has your remote been
dusted?
no, no, and no.
*screams*

sorry.. that's too many in one dose to hold in my reactions.
peachy ashie passion
2008-06-16 00:43:34 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
--
* PV something like badgers--something like lizards--and something
like corkscrews.
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.
-- Ken from Chicago
well, I'm giving it a 4.5 for sheer fun.
"Professor Peachy in the den with the tv remote."
-- Ken from Chicago
Wasn't me!
Ah, but do you have an alibi? Is it airtight? Has your remote been dusted?
Uh. No. No alibi, no dusting.
Michael Bowker
2008-06-16 01:45:49 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
--
* PV something like badgers--something like lizards--and something
like corkscrews.
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.
-- Ken from Chicago
well, I'm giving it a 4.5 for sheer fun.
"Professor Peachy in the den with the tv remote."
-- Ken from Chicago
Wasn't me!
Ah, but do you have an alibi? Is it airtight? Has your remote been dusted?
Uh. No. No alibi, no dusting.
So you just want us to believe your innocent, without any proof?
Mark Nobles
2008-06-16 02:11:45 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.
well, I'm giving it a 4.5 for sheer fun.
"Professor Peachy in the den with the tv remote."
Wasn't me!
Ah, but do you have an alibi? Is it airtight? Has your remote been dusted?
Uh. No. No alibi, no dusting.
So you just want us to believe your innocent, without any proof?
Isn't the only reason anyone would ever dust their remote is because
they had something to hide? Look for the person with a freshly dusted
remote and there's your killer.
peachy ashie passion
2008-06-16 03:38:40 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.
well, I'm giving it a 4.5 for sheer fun.
"Professor Peachy in the den with the tv remote."
Wasn't me!
Ah, but do you have an alibi? Is it airtight? Has your remote been dusted?
Uh. No. No alibi, no dusting.
So you just want us to believe your innocent, without any proof?
Isn't the only reason anyone would ever dust their remote is because
they had something to hide? Look for the person with a freshly dusted
remote and there's your killer.
Ooooh, good thinking.

I mean... what would we be dusting my remote for anyway? My fingerprints?

For why? To see if I USE it? It's my remote. I promise, I use it.
Michael Bowker
2008-06-17 03:33:02 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially
beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.
well, I'm giving it a 4.5 for sheer fun.
"Professor Peachy in the den with the tv remote."
Wasn't me!
Ah, but do you have an alibi? Is it airtight? Has your remote been dusted?
Uh. No. No alibi, no dusting.
So you just want us to believe your innocent, without any proof?
Isn't the only reason anyone would ever dust their remote is because
they had something to hide? Look for the person with a freshly dusted
remote and there's your killer.
Ooooh, good thinking.
I mean... what would we be dusting my remote for anyway? My fingerprints?
For why? To see if I USE it? It's my remote. I promise, I use it.
Excellent, point. But does it have residue from the victim?
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2008-06-17 05:12:25 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.
well, I'm giving it a 4.5 for sheer fun.
"Professor Peachy in the den with the tv remote."
Wasn't me!
Ah, but do you have an alibi? Is it airtight? Has your remote been dusted?
Uh. No. No alibi, no dusting.
So you just want us to believe your innocent, without any proof?
Isn't the only reason anyone would ever dust their remote is because
they had something to hide? Look for the person with a freshly dusted
remote and there's your killer.
Ooooh, good thinking.
I mean... what would we be dusting my remote for anyway? My fingerprints?
For why? To see if I USE it? It's my remote. I promise, I use it.
Excellent, point. But does it have residue from the victim?
You could wash your remote to solve that problem!
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2008-06-17 11:08:24 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.
well, I'm giving it a 4.5 for sheer fun.
"Professor Peachy in the den with the tv remote."
Wasn't me!
Ah, but do you have an alibi? Is it airtight? Has your remote been dusted?
Uh. No. No alibi, no dusting.
So you just want us to believe your innocent, without any proof?
Isn't the only reason anyone would ever dust their remote is because
they had something to hide? Look for the person with a freshly dusted
remote and there's your killer.
Ooooh, good thinking.
I mean... what would we be dusting my remote for anyway? My
fingerprints?
For why? To see if I USE it? It's my remote. I promise, I use it.
Excellent, point. But does it have residue from the victim?
well, dusting wouldn't show that. So we just don't know.
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2008-06-16 03:18:27 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
--
* PV something like badgers--something like lizards--and something
like corkscrews.
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.
-- Ken from Chicago
well, I'm giving it a 4.5 for sheer fun.
"Professor Peachy in the den with the tv remote."
-- Ken from Chicago
Wasn't me!
Ah, but do you have an alibi? Is it airtight? Has your remote been dusted?
Uh. No. No alibi, no dusting.
So you just want us to believe your innocent, without any proof?
Yes.
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2008-06-17 05:11:03 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
--
* PV something like badgers--something like lizards--and something
like corkscrews.
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.
-- Ken from Chicago
well, I'm giving it a 4.5 for sheer fun.
"Professor Peachy in the den with the tv remote."
-- Ken from Chicago
Wasn't me!
I was in Davis, CA at the time of the murder!
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2008-06-15 00:14:51 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
4.0. really fun, if a bit silly.
Great casting on Christie - the words "unconventially beautiful" were
invented for that woman. *
--
* PV something like badgers--something like lizards--and something
like corkscrews.
Brit tv isn't afraid to feature non-fashion models for major tv roles.
-- Ken from Chicago
And I say "yay for Brit tv!". She was so convincing as
Agatha Christie. And not classicly beautiful and yet, so
beautiful in her own right! I looked the actress up in
IMDB, and noticed that she has played Chrisie in other
shows. Does anyone know if she actually resembles the real
Agatha?

C

(ps, she reminds me of Penelope Keith, brit actress from
"To the Manor Born" and I think many other brit comedies.
Does anyone know if she might be related???)
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2008-06-15 00:26:29 UTC
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And I say "yay for Brit tv!". She was so convincing as
Agatha Christie.
(ps, she reminds me of Penelope Keith, brit actress from
"To the Manor Born" and I think many other brit comedies.
Does anyone know if she might be related???)
I wondered the same thing! Fenella Woolgar very much reminded
me of Penelope Keith, but I haven't been able to find anything
about her family. I assume the British fans would know if she
were related to Keith, and would have said something by now.


Patty
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2008-06-16 02:26:08 UTC
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And I say "yay for Brit tv!". She was so convincing as
Agatha Christie. And not classicly beautiful and yet, so
beautiful in her own right! I looked the actress up in
IMDB, and noticed that she has played Chrisie in other
shows. Does anyone know if she actually resembles the real
Agatha?
There's a picture here:
<http://us.agathachristie.com/site/about_christie/faqs.php>

and another here:
<http://ia.media-imdb.com/images/M/MV5BMTY4MTAzMjg2OV5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTYwN
zQ5ODgz._V1._SX273_SY400_.jpg>

I don't see much of a resemblance. Their face shapes are quite
different.
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2008-06-16 02:41:24 UTC
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And I say "yay for Brit tv!". She was so convincing as
Agatha Christie. And not classicly beautiful and yet, so
beautiful in her own right! I looked the actress up in
IMDB, and noticed that she has played Chrisie in other
shows. Does anyone know if she actually resembles the real
Agatha?
<http://us.agathachristie.com/site/about_christie/faqs.php>
<http://ia.media-imdb.com/images/M/MV5BMTY4MTAzMjg2OV5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTYwN
zQ5ODgz._V1._SX273_SY400_.jpg>
I don't see much of a resemblance. Their face shapes are quite
different.
In fact, Lady Clemency Eddison looks more like the real Agatha Christie

http://bp0.blogger.com/_GT0-g5YtYTw/R-WTgwtiDFI/AAAAAAAABLc/eAlJ4csiTIk/s
1600-h/Doctor_Who_Series_4_Christmas_Trailer_xvid+001_0039.jpg
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2008-06-15 00:24:22 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
5 stars (tavern)
0-1 stars (human anatomy)
-George
4.0

Good fun. Loved Christi. Enjoyed the murder "mystery". Nice bug eyed
monster.
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2008-06-15 00:59:15 UTC
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Did Sci-fi chop out some of the show for more ads? It seemed rushed in
parts.
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2008-06-15 02:24:48 UTC
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Did Sci-fi chop out some of the show for more ads? It seemed rushed in
parts.
They always do. We lose about an extra five minutes from the original BBC
telecast.
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2008-06-15 04:43:39 UTC
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Did Sci-fi chop out some of the show for more ads? It seemed rushed in
parts.
They always do. We lose about an extra five minutes from the original BBC
telecast.
That sucks, they could at least air the full episode late in the night
or something, do they air the full episodes on BBC America when they
finally get their chance to show it? I notice that Doctor WHo is never
made available on demand like Torchwood, that's the only why I watch
it otherwise 10 or 15 minutes is missing.
Tim Bruening
2008-06-17 05:04:54 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
5 stars (tavern)
0-1 stars (human anatomy)
Why is 5 stars a place where one can order and drink alcoholic
beverages, and 0-1 stars parts of the human body?
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2008-06-17 05:08:22 UTC
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
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5 stars (tavern)
0-1 stars (human anatomy)
Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?

Uni-corn: Food for a horse with a horn..
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2008-06-18 17:31:18 UTC
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
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It is simply breathtaking to watch the glee and abandon with which
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our military victory in Iraq into a second Vietnam quagmire. Too bad
for them, it's failing.
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2008-06-18 20:49:58 UTC
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
Because only ethnic hit men may kill wasps!
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It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
Timmiee Galore ???
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2008-06-20 08:11:44 UTC
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
--
It is simply breathtaking to watch the glee and abandon with which
the liberal media and the Angry Left have been attempting to turn
our military victory in Iraq into a second Vietnam quagmire. Too bad
for them, it's failing.
It's all the various insurgents and your own troops who are turning your
military victory (is that waht it is??) in Iraq into a second Vietnam
quagmire - without any help at all from the liberals and the left - so why
don;t you just bog off out of it?!!!

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2008-06-20 18:22:56 UTC
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
--
It is simply breathtaking to watch the glee and abandon with which
the liberal media and the Angry Left have been attempting to turn
our military victory in Iraq into a second Vietnam quagmire. Too bad
for them, it's failing.
It's all the various insurgents and your own troops who are turning your
military victory (is that waht it is??) in Iraq into a second Vietnam
quagmire - without any help at all from the liberals and the left - so why
don;t you just bog off out of it?!!!
PISS!
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2008-06-23 18:40:59 UTC
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Pussy Galore was a gem in the James Bond series.
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Pussy Galore was a gem in the James Bond series.
I love Pussy!
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Pussy Galore was a gem in the James Bond series.
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Pussy Galore was a gem in the James Bond series.
I love Pussy!
Too bad it's not mutual.
I love women on hypersex drive.
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name
"Unicorn"
on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Pussy Galore was a gem in the James Bond series.
I love Pussy!
Too bad it's not mutual.
I love women on hypersex drive.
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name
"Unicorn"
on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Pussy Galore was a gem in the James Bond series.
I love Pussy!
Too bad it's not mutual.
I love women on hypersex drive.
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It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Pussy Galore was a gem in the James Bond series.
I love Pussy!
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name
"Unicorn"
on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Pussy Galore was a gem in the James Bond series.
I love Pussy!
Too bad it's not mutual.
I love women on hypersex drive.
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In Yads it's just par for the course.
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name
"Unicorn"
on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Pussy Galore was a gem in the James Bond series.
I love Pussy!
Too bad it's not mutual.
I love women on hypersex drive.
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In Yads it's just par for the course.
Explain Peachy.
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that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Pussy Galore was a gem in the James Bond series.
I love Pussy!
Too bad it's not mutual.
I love women on hypersex drive.
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In Yads it's just par for the course.
Explain Peachy.
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking
out
of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name
"Unicorn"
on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used
to
kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Pussy Galore was a gem in the James Bond series.
I love Pussy!
Too bad it's not mutual.
I love women on hypersex drive.
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In anyone else the merging of "in" and "to" to make "into" would be
judged Freudian slippage.
In Yads it's just par for the course.
Explain Peachy.
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I'm inexplicable.

*nodnodnod*
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I'm inexplicable.
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you can't spell
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it was okay when _I_ said it!!!
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you can't spell
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without
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*giggleshriek*
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without
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it was okay when _I_ said it!!!
you give good giggleshriek
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I'm inexplicable.
*nodnodnod*
Love it!
You are also inexplicable, in your own way.

You do realize I'm against everything you are for - and for everything
you are against?

I'm not a virgin.
I'm divorced.
I'm a mother.
I'm sexually active (in theory at least)
I'm even kinda gay.

You remember all that, right?
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I'm even kinda gay.
Kinda gay? Does that mean you are bi, or that you are gay but like the
one eyed snake once in a while?
Mostly bi.

I prefer men, but I can't for the life of me see how anyone can not
like women. Want women. That makes no sense to me.
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Mostly bi.
I prefer men, but I can't for the life of me see how anyone can not
like women. Want women. That makes no sense to me.
I am a man that prefers women.
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Mostly bi.
I prefer men, but I can't for the life of me see how anyone can not
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I am a man that prefers women.
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Doesn't make sense to me either...
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Doesn't make sense to me either...
I'm always surprised that women want men. I'm amazed we don't lose them
the minute they find out about sex.

"He has a what? It goes where? He wants me to do what with it? What
comes out of it? Oh, please tell me you're making this up!"

The more I think about it, the more heterosexual women seem to be a mystery.
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Doesn't make sense to me either...
I'm always surprised that women want men. I'm amazed we don't lose them
the minute they find out about sex.
"He has a what? It goes where? He wants me to do what with it? What
comes out of it? Oh, please tell me you're making this up!"
The more I think about it, the more heterosexual women seem to be a mystery.
Oh, I don't get that either! Men are sooooo yummy!
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I prefer men, but I can't for the life of me see how anyone can not
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Doesn't make sense to me either...
I'm always surprised that women want men. I'm amazed we don't lose
them the minute they find out about sex.
"He has a what? It goes where? He wants me to do what with it? What
comes out of it? Oh, please tell me you're making this up!"
The more I think about it, the more heterosexual women seem to be a mystery.
Oh, I don't get that either! Men are sooooo yummy!
Well, gender and orientation differences are something we can't
completely fathom. Regardless of being men and women we can understand
what so many common bodily sensations are like, but differences in how
we feel sexually are perhaps permanently unfathomable unless someone
builds an artificial mind meld machine.

Did you ever see the old movie "Brainstorm" with Christopher Walken and
Natalie Wood in her last screen role? It's from around 25 years ago. The
plot is they are husband and wife and work on a project to build such a
mind reading/recording device. At one point Walken's character uses it
to record himself remembering all the happiest times of their marriage
so he can tell her how much he loves her because their marriage is
coming apart over their project. Predictably after she puts the headset
on, replays his memories she tosses it off and they fall onto the bed,
presumably for some make-up sex. I always thought if such a device
existed it would be more interesting for a couple to record their
lovemaking and then afterwards switch and hit playback. I wonder what
would happen if ever have such a device. I wonder if we will all flip
out if we find out if it's radically different for men vs women. And not
just sex, what if men were to playback a tape of what menstrual cramps
feel like? Or women learn how bad it hurts to get kicked in the balls?
Will new fathers get asked to experience the pain for childbirth
vicariously? Talk about a cultural earthquake thanks to technology!
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Doesn't make sense to me either...
I'm always surprised that women want men. I'm amazed we don't lose them
the minute they find out about sex.
Evolutionary programming.
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I'm even kinda gay.
Kinda gay? Does that mean you are bi, or that you are gay but like the
one eyed snake once in a while?
Mostly bi.
I prefer men, but I can't for the life of me see how anyone can not
like women. Want women. That makes no sense to me.
Honestly, I can't get my mind around the fact that your gender (or
some percentage of my own, for that matter) would even consider having
sex with men while there were women around.


Not that I'm ungrateful.
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I'm even kinda gay.
Kinda gay? Does that mean you are bi, or that you are gay but like the
one eyed snake once in a while?
Mostly bi.
I prefer men, but I can't for the life of me see how anyone can not
like women. Want women. That makes no sense to me.
Honestly, I can't get my mind around the fact that your gender (or
some percentage of my own, for that matter) would even consider having
sex with men while there were women around.
Not that I'm ungrateful.
Hell, what an orgy!
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Hell, what an orgy!
Is this you trying to be streetwise?
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Hell, what an orgy!
Is this you trying to be streetwise?
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Hell, what an orgy!
Is this you trying to be streetwise?
Shut up dimwit!
Hit a nerve didn't I.
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Is this you trying to be streetwise?
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You Norman and your mother
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I'm even kinda gay.
Kinda gay? Does that mean you are bi, or that you are gay but like the
one eyed snake once in a while?
Mostly bi.
I prefer men, but I can't for the life of me see how anyone can not
like women. Want women. That makes no sense to me.
Honestly, I can't get my mind around the fact that your gender (or
some percentage of my own, for that matter) would even consider having
sex with men while there were women around.
Not that I'm ungrateful.
Hell, what an orgy!
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I'm even kinda gay.
Kinda gay? Does that mean you are bi, or that you are gay but like the
one eyed snake once in a while?
Mostly bi.
I prefer men, but I can't for the life of me see how anyone can not
like women. Want women. That makes no sense to me.
Honestly, I can't get my mind around the fact that your gender (or
some percentage of my own, for that matter) would even consider having
sex with men while there were women around.
Not that I'm ungrateful.
And I can't get my mind around anyone failing to see the attraction
of men.
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I'm even kinda gay.
Kinda gay? Does that mean you are bi, or that you are gay but like the
one eyed snake once in a while?
Or is it like that evil Willow quote from Buffy?
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I'm even kinda gay.
Kinda gay? Does that mean you are bi, or that you are gay but like the
one eyed snake once in a while?
Or is it like that evil Willow quote from Buffy?
Except different, because then Willow went ALL gay, and I'm not.

Like EvolWillow, I like both.
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And does Norman give you IT
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In Yads it's just par for the course.
Explain Peachy.
Nobody can explain Peachy! ;)
I'm inexplicable.
*nodnodnod*
Love it!
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking
out
of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name
"Unicorn"
on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used
to
kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Pussy Galore was a gem in the James Bond series.
I love Pussy!
Too bad it's not mutual.
I love women on hypersex drive.
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Did I say I would give into her?
What does that mean?
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking
out
of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name
"Unicorn"
on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used
to
kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Pussy Galore was a gem in the James Bond series.
I love Pussy!
Too bad it's not mutual.
I love women on hypersex drive.
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Haven't you taken the chaste pledge for Jesus?
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Did I say I would give into her?
What does that mean?
I love a woman with a high sex drive and I will marry her before the deed is
done.
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I love a woman with a high sex drive and I will marry her before the deed is
done.
What deed?

How many women have you loved? Give an example of a woman you love with a
high sex drive. Do you have a high sex drive?
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2008-06-25 02:50:36 UTC
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I love a woman with a high sex drive and I will marry her before the deed is
done.
What deed?
How many women have you loved? Give an example of a woman you love with a
high sex drive. Do you have a high sex drive?
Oh, Stephen! Please, don't soil our minds with such imagery!
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I love a woman with a high sex drive and I will marry her before the deed is
done.
What deed?
How many women have you loved? Give an example of a woman you love with a
high sex drive. Do you have a high sex drive?
Perhaps he is talking about golf?
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You have not dun it in forty years to a women who was not your mother, you
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episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking
out
of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name
"Unicorn"
on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with
a
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horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used
to
kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Pussy Galore was a gem in the James Bond series.
I love Pussy!
Too bad it's not mutual.
I love women on hypersex drive.
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Did I say I would give into her?
What does that mean?
I love a woman with a high sex drive and I will marry her before the deed is
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The BBC went to the trouble of creating a giant wasp. Why then did they waste the word "Unicorn" on a human jewel thief, rather then creating an actual unicorn?
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The BBC went to the trouble of creating a giant wasp. Why then did they waste the word "Unicorn" on a human jewel thief, rather then creating an actual unicorn?
A thief's monaker.
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The BBC went to the trouble of creating a giant wasp. Why then did they
waste the word "Unicorn" on a human jewel thief, rather then creating an
actual unicorn?
The jewel thief called himself the Unicorn. He never pretended that he was
actually a unicorn. The word was not wasted and no "actual unicorn" was
either necessary or required for the story.

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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name
"Unicorn"
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a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used
to
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kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Pussy Galore was a gem in the James Bond series.
I love Pussy!
Too bad it's not mutual.
I love women on hypersex drive.
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It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Pussy Galore was a gem in the James Bond series.
I love Pussy!
Too bad it's not mutual.
I love women on hypersex drive.
Is that faster than ludicrous speed?
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Like there's that big a difference. It's still a stupid nom de crime.
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for them, it's failing.
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Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
It struck me as a stupid name for a cat burgler.
She was a jewel thief, not a cat thief.
Like there's that big a difference. It's still a stupid nom de crime.
You'd prefer Pussy Galore?
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
5 stars (tavern)
0-1 stars (human anatomy)
Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
Uni-corn: Food for a horse with a horn..
You can't have giant insects. Their X O Skeletons would weigh them down so
much that they'd die, then you'd have no second-in-command, however
emaciated he wasp!
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
5 stars (tavern)
0-1 stars (human anatomy)
Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
Uni-corn: Food for a horse with a horn..
You can't have giant insects. Their X O Skeletons would weigh them down so
much that they'd die, then you'd have no second-in-command, however
emaciated he wasp!
PISS!
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
5 stars (tavern)
0-1 stars (human anatomy)
Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
Uni-corn: Food for a horse with a horn..
You can't have giant insects. Their X O Skeletons would weigh them down so
much that they'd die, then you'd have no second-in-command, however
emaciated he wasp!
PISS!
IN MY ASS!
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
5 stars (tavern)
0-1 stars (human anatomy)
Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
Uni-corn: Food for a horse with a horn..
You can't have giant insects. Their X O Skeletons would weigh them down so
much that they'd die, then you'd have no second-in-command, however
emaciated he wasp!
PISS!
IN MY ASS!
I don't have sex with "Farm animals".

HJ
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
5 stars (tavern)
0-1 stars (human anatomy)
Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
Uni-corn: Food for a horse with a horn..
You can't have giant insects. Their X O Skeletons would weigh them down so
much that they'd die, then you'd have no second-in-command, however
emaciated he wasp!
PISS!
IN MY ASS!
Ben Dover ...
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
5 stars (tavern)
0-1 stars (human anatomy)
Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
Among the many groups this is crossposted to, I don't see a .uk
group. The title may have some reference understandable by them.
It reminds me of the "Lion and the Unicorn" rhyme used in Lewis
Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass. That book did have an
unpublished chapter with a wasp, but it's not well known... The
L and U are heraldic symbols, supporting the crest of Great
Britain, hence the nursery rhyme I don't know any wasps used
heraldically, and a quick web search doesn't turn up anything.

It could be, as George implies, one of those picture-signs put on
boards outside taverns that allow the illiterati of times past to
discuss where they would dine in the evening.

For some reason, Fable just popped into my mind. A quick web
search doesn't turn one up, but I've thought of the outline of
one with an ease that makes me think I've read it before:
It ends with the Unicorn saying he would not be so brave if he
knew he would lose his horn with the first attack, and the Wasp
replies, "I might not have been so brave, either."
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Uni-corn: Food for a horse with a horn..
A unicorn may have a unique horn, but it's got a plain old
horse's patootie.
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
5 stars (tavern)
0-1 stars (human anatomy)
Given the title and the fact that a giant wasp appeared early in the
episode, I expected to see an actual horse with a horn sticking out of
the center of its forehead. Why did the BBC waste the name "Unicorn" on
a human jewel thief when it could have used it on a horse with a horn
(perhaps an alien hostile to the wasp), which it could have used to kill
that wasp?
Among the many groups this is crossposted to, I don't see a .uk
group. The title may have some reference understandable by them.
It reminds me of the "Lion and the Unicorn" rhyme used in Lewis
Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass. That book did have an
unpublished chapter with a wasp, but it's not well known... The
L and U are heraldic symbols, supporting the crest of Great
Britain, hence the nursery rhyme I don't know any wasps used
heraldically, and a quick web search doesn't turn up anything.
It could be, as George implies, one of those picture-signs put on
boards outside taverns that allow the illiterati of times past to
discuss where they would dine in the evening.
For some reason, Fable just popped into my mind. A quick web
search doesn't turn one up, but I've thought of the outline of
It ends with the Unicorn saying he would not be so brave if he
knew he would lose his horn with the first attack, and the Wasp
replies, "I might not have been so brave, either."
Post by Tim Bruening
Uni-corn: Food for a horse with a horn..
A unicorn may have a unique horn, but it's got a plain old
horse's patootie.
well, you can always add more groups - don't be Timmette, just SPAM away!
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Izzy Bohn or Izzy Somebohndy else? :o)
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How does a human sized wasp fly? How does an alien wasp procreate with a human?
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"The Unicorn and the Wasp"
6-13-08 DrW
Interesting but not very,
Three stars.
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It is simply breathtaking to watch the glee and abandon with which
the liberal media and the Angry Left have been attempting to turn
our military victory in Iraq into a second Vietnam quagmire. Too bad
for them, it's failing.
Timothy Bruening
2015-11-11 17:04:00 UTC
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So Agatha Christie did indeed write a novel featuring a giant wasp! Although the death of the giant wasp's fire gem gave her amnesia, something did bleed through.
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