Incestuous

– Hello, Mr. Amman. We have here for you one persecution pizza with pepperoni!
– You must be mistaken. I am currently toeing the party line, and thus not persecuted.
– Would you like to be persecuted by us? We have Team Member discount. 10 for the price of 1.
– No, thanks.
– Are you sure?
– Yes.
– So, what do we do with this persecution pizza?
– Take it to Michael Mann.
– Where does he live?
– In Hollywood.
– Where exactly?
– Ask Roger Pielke.
– Which one?
– Whatever. Can I go back to the game now? Lewandowski just scored.

(thanks to Neven).

Refs

* Sunny Afternoon

9 thoughts on “Incestuous”

  1. I have no idea what you’re talking about.

    (will this be posted on scienceblogs? No other comment I write seems to be, which, considering the kooks you guys tolerate before finally banning, is a bit insulting)

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  2. Congrats, derek, you’ve arrived. As for the snarky inside baseball, you have on the order of 10 years of history to catch up on to grok all the nuances.

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  3. Thanks, and sorry for being grumpy. Now if only my more painfully-composed and sincere contributions would stop disappearing into the aether.

    [Dunno what you mean by that. You have no other contributions pending. You can try giving me some keywords if you think otherwise -W]

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  4. I agree with Derek. The inside stuff starts looking like a game of Mornington Crescent.

    [You mean you thought it wasn’t? -W]

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  5. > no other contributions pending.

    Ah, now you deny that you control the content of both Wikipedia _and_ ScienceBlogs? I’m sure Lewandowski has heard otherwise …

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  6. William: no, no, not you. I mean other parts of the scienceblogs constellation. And those comments of mine almost certainly aren’t in anyone else’s queue either; I accept that for some reason they disappeared into the aether, and the blog-runners aren’t moderating me while simultaneously publishing the comments of people they themselves consider banworthy.

    I do still suspect that my woes are down to the reliability of the scienceblogs comment technology.

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