Thursday, February 16, 2006

The Wisdom of Henry #60

Apparently salt is an important facilitator of skepticism.

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Blogger corpus said...

And why is that?

7:20 am  
Blogger Ben said...

I have no idea, and you should take anything I say with a grain of salt anyway.

7:39 am  
Blogger carouselle10 said...

And I would say Ben that you are certainly worth your salt. Now back to the mine!!!

7:58 am  
Blogger corpus said...

That's great Ben. We should 'bout some stripper carrousing? Bring the wife, I'll bring the latex...

Here's that link:

10:05 am  
Blogger Ben said...

Thanks, I think.

Reminds me of the song: "If you can't bite, don't growl."

So, that's the invisibles. Interesting. For those who can't copy and paste, here's the link again: The Bomb

11:47 am  
Blogger Ms Bees Knees said...

are you aware that the honey badger is pound for pound the most dangerous animal in the world, or something like that, and that it also LOVES honey?

i want one. NOW! find ms bees knees a honey badger so that i may name him ben.


1:36 pm  
Blogger Ben said...

No, I did not know that. I know almost nothing.

I will be sure to keep an eye out for a honey badger named ben. I note also that they are commonly seen around Bees knees.

1:45 pm  
Blogger Ms Bees Knees said...

my god! that beast looks possessed! i MUST have one as my sweet pet! and of course they hang around bees: birds of a feather, flock together, no?

1:59 pm  
Blogger Ben said...

Yes, they are evil things indeed. Clearly a perfect companion for the Bees Knees.

2:06 pm  
Blogger SquareGirl said...

Yup...and i tend to oversalt.

2:09 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please don't go commercial. Uggg

3:10 pm  
Blogger Ben said...

occupational hazard?

5:37 pm  
Blogger Lorraine said...

There isn't a single grain of salt in this wisdom B

7:58 pm  
Blogger Ben said...

No, there isn't.

11:05 pm  

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