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  • Isn't Bleargh what the cat said?
    • Isn't Bleargh what the cat said?

      Sad, but off the top of my head, I think it was "Briiit". It's been years since I read the book, but phrases other than "Meow", "Woof" or "Moo" amuse me. I like the "aeiou" for a cat sound used by one author ("The Cat who came for Christmas", maybe?).

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      Evan

    • Isn't "Bleargh" what Billy Milano said at the end of the S.O.D. (stormtroopers of death) song "Chromatic Death"?

      Infact, I know it to be true.
      Sorry chums, my knowledge of old heavy metal/punk is vast.

      Hmmm, maybe I should have a "spot the music ref" game in my own journal...

      but then jabber might sue for copyright infringement... damn!
  • Scudder was the "prophet" in...damn...it was a story in Future History, the book was released as Revolt in 2100.. the title was something like "...And this goes on".

    My own Heinlein trivia: what is the connection between Hitler and Scudder?

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