Just 17 minutes May 10, 2007 3:45 AM   Subscribe

Just 17 minutes from advise offered to mission accomplished. Awesome.
posted by adamvasco to MetaFilter-Related at 3:45 AM (105 comments total) 2 users marked this as a favorite

OMG ASAVAGE *fap fap fap*
posted by Eideteker at 3:52 AM on May 10, 2007 [2 favorites]


This happy ending isn't gonna sit well with the "omigod questions about illegal stuff should be banned" crowd.
posted by mediareport at 4:00 AM on May 10, 2007


Don't fuck with Ask MetaFilter. We know how to break into your house and how to get rid of the body.
posted by slimepuppy at 4:05 AM on May 10, 2007 [12 favorites]


That is kind of creepy, how quickly it got accomplished. Ew.
posted by Phire at 4:07 AM on May 10, 2007


Not trying to be a know-it-all (because I'm definitely a know-it-little), but I thought this was pretty well-known for those self-locking sorts of doors, especially the ones without a "lip" (do not know the technical term, as I am a know-it-little) on the outside. I've opened locked doors this way, as well as by using a penknife, and I've also opened doors by just trying random keys on my keyring, as strange as that may seem.
posted by taz at 4:21 AM on May 10, 2007


It must be International Rapid Problem Solving Week - see also the wonderful sad mystery solvling going on over at MetaChat.
posted by jack_mo at 4:22 AM on May 10, 2007


They were lucky the boss had the cheap kind of lock without the little tab which prevents the lock from being pushed in. You don't really see too many of those anymore.
posted by caddis at 4:57 AM on May 10, 2007


Eideteker said what I was going to say.
posted by muddgirl at 5:03 AM on May 10, 2007


Also, if I were the employee, I would tell my boss about the incident and recommend he get stronger locks!
posted by muddgirl at 5:04 AM on May 10, 2007


I've actually done this credit card trick once. In an airport! But it was totally legal, since we were exiting a plane and were accidentally locked in a stairwell, unable to get into the terminal.
posted by DU at 5:07 AM on May 10, 2007


Thank you for directing me to the thread, though. I don't read AskMe, because frankly, I rarely have anything to contribute. But I do have some experience with this that will save wear and tear on one's credit cards. (Problem is, hobby shops are harder and harder to find.)
posted by Eideteker at 5:10 AM on May 10, 2007


And thank you, too, jack_mo. I forgot to check back with that thread; not having expected such a quick solution!
posted by Eideteker at 5:11 AM on May 10, 2007


So what's the deal with asavage? Does he have some intern watching AskMe 24x7 so that when something cool like this pops up he can swoop in, save the day, and get favorited hundreds of times?
posted by jourman2 at 5:37 AM on May 10, 2007


OMG, Ask is helping people commit crimes!
posted by smackfu at 5:46 AM on May 10, 2007


So what's the deal with asavage?

Even if that's the case, he's usually pretty spot on, regardless of his celebrity status. He's made quite a few responses that don't get favorited, but I gotta be honest - I love the fact that he's on here, if for no other reason that there's at least one thing I can say to break the ice if I ever get the chance to meet him.

"Hi Mr. Savage! I'm on MeFi too!" is a lot better than, say, "OMG. Mr...Savage. So....um, I'm a huge fan and I have nothing really good to say to you...canIhaveyourchildren? No?"
posted by plaidrabbit at 5:47 AM on May 10, 2007


muddgirl, in my experience most of those doors also have deadbolts that you can lock from the inside or outside, and the self-locking device is (I imagine) just a sort of safety feature for when you walk out (or walk in) and forget to lock your door, though some people depend on that feature too much, I imagine, and instead of being actually useful, it just ends up in them being accidentally locked out from time to time (at which point they discover how useless that lock is). Warning, warning, false sense of security!!!!
posted by taz at 5:52 AM on May 10, 2007


Great thread, glad it got answered. But can stop the drooling, fanboy syndrome? He's just another member who answered a question that fell into his line of direct expertise. Shall we salivate and post congrats every time any question gets answered correctly?
posted by necessitas at 6:02 AM on May 10, 2007 [4 favorites]


I'm as huge a fan of Mr. Savage as any, but is that the only reason this was posted here in MeTa? I can see no other reason for it...

Just askin.
posted by CitrusFreak12 at 6:14 AM on May 10, 2007


The credit-card-or-otherwise-jimmy-the-lock trick is pretty old hat. Just saying.
posted by Blazecock Pileon at 6:17 AM on May 10, 2007


Every time the poor dude posts it's like some kinda international event. Sheesh people.
posted by thirteenkiller at 6:23 AM on May 10, 2007


Naw I'm just kidding, I love it too.
posted by thirteenkiller at 6:26 AM on May 10, 2007


Hey I axed for advice on diagnosing and replacing a faulty starter on my '86 Buick, got good advice, made the repair, and posted it to AxMe. And yet no MetaTalk thread celebrating the mechano-electrical awesomeness.
posted by Mister_A at 6:28 AM on May 10, 2007


Somebody asked what kind of bug was in their flower, and I identified the bug AND the flower.

*waits for applause, fawning metatalk thread, and oral sex*

Love, MetaFilter's Own iconomy
posted by iconomy at 6:34 AM on May 10, 2007 [4 favorites]


If only John Hodgman or Woz knew more about breaking into locked houses... then this site could become so much more interesting.
posted by miss lynnster at 6:35 AM on May 10, 2007 [1 favorite]


Mister_A and MetaFilter's Own iconomy:

Are either of you on TV by any chance?

No?

kthxby
posted by ND¢ at 6:38 AM on May 10, 2007


If only John Hodgman or Woz knew more about breaking into locked houses... then this site could become so much more interesting.

That Hodgman fellar is right smart. Not only does he know how to crack locks, he can also tell you the right shade of black paint to use to draw a dollar sign on your big bag of loot.
posted by Blazecock Pileon at 6:43 AM on May 10, 2007


What I want to know is why we aren't paying more attention to that one guy who is going to flip out and kill a bunch of people in a few years.
posted by cortex (staff) at 6:45 AM on May 10, 2007


Are either of you on TV by any chance?

Well, my sex tape is on YouTube of course (whose isn't), but otherwise, no.
posted by iconomy at 6:47 AM on May 10, 2007


I locked myself out on my balcony last week. The door had a piece of metal preventing carding my way in. I had to call my freaking landlord to come rescue me.
posted by yeti at 6:48 AM on May 10, 2007


YOU JUST MADE THE LIST ND¢
posted by Mister_A at 6:49 AM on May 10, 2007


List of people who have no interest in you whatsoever because you aren't on TV?

Whoah! Its crowded on here.
posted by ND¢ at 6:52 AM on May 10, 2007


*waits for applause, fawning metatalk thread, and oral sex*

Alright alright, you can clap your hands while you suck my dick, but keep it out of the grey, alright?
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 6:52 AM on May 10, 2007


I live in Spain. Who is asavage? What impressed me is that two people get locked out. Ho Hum big think - how to get out of this shit. Post on Askme; 17 minutes later problem solved and response posted. Its the 17 minutes thats impressive nothing else. Oh and for the oral sex brigade I suggest more yoga might help y'all.
posted by adamvasco at 6:52 AM on May 10, 2007


YOU ARE NOW ON THE SPECIAL APPENDIX TO THE MAIN LIST—NEXT STEP IS THE CONCISE ANNOTATED VERSION OF THE LIST BUDDY BOY
posted by Mister_A at 6:53 AM on May 10, 2007


I live in Spain. Who is asavage?

suck. it. haters. It was a cool question/answer, regardless of who asked/answered.
posted by jessamyn (staff) at 6:55 AM on May 10, 2007 [5 favorites]


I picture the couple from this question patting down their pockets in a desperate search for the keys, then walking around on a wraparound porch with a laptop, trying to get a wireless signal to send this urgent request to AskMe. I know it probably didn't happen like that, but it's a fun image.
posted by Mister_A at 7:00 AM on May 10, 2007


The list of people who can't spell "whoa".
posted by Eideteker at 7:06 AM on May 10, 2007


Oh and for the oral sex brigade I suggest more yoga might help y'all.

I do not want to be exposed to the taste of battery acid.
posted by iconomy at 7:11 AM on May 10, 2007 [1 favorite]


Eideteker, you're on a list of people who can kiss my ass.
posted by ND¢ at 7:12 AM on May 10, 2007


"suck. it. haters. It was a cool question/answer, regardless of who asked/answered."

Yes, but not above-the-baseline-cool (as many have said in this thread). Probably podcast-worthy, but IMNSHO, not its-own-thread-worthy. Oh and, "I'm not from here" doesn't really ring true as an excuse, unless you never read MetaTalk. Because there's a thread about asavage every other week (and usually it's about the damned tape-on-the-chalkboard shoutout). If you pay enough attention to MeFi to post to MeTa, it stands to reason you know who asavage is; even if you don't have a TV (like me ohtehsmugness). But maybe you legitimately don't know who he is. I'm saying most people will assume you do, by the fact you read MeTa.

And I will remain a staunch iconoclast and "hater" of idolaters. So even if your post was not such, my comment was equally directed at the impending cavalcade of "oh that adam *swoon*" comments I assumed would follow. And yes, I know the folk derivation of "assume"; wouldn't be the first time I'd made a donkey of myself. Damned buggy Clonomat™ machine.
posted by Eideteker at 7:16 AM on May 10, 2007


"Eideteker, you're on a list of people who can kiss my ass."

Awesome. Thanks for either A) giving me permission or B) suggesting that I have the ninja skills that make me capable of the feat, even if your own will is in opposition to it.
posted by Eideteker at 7:18 AM on May 10, 2007


The funny part is that, if he'd used a credit card to jimmy a door on the show, they would have censored the tutorial.
posted by cribcage at 7:20 AM on May 10, 2007


Jos. A. Banks
posted by caddis at 7:21 AM on May 10, 2007


asavage broke into my house with a credit card once, but he didn't steal anything.

It was very weird.
posted by mr_crash_davis at 7:22 AM on May 10, 2007


oops, wrong thread - anyone want a topcoat?
posted by caddis at 7:22 AM on May 10, 2007


asavage breaks into my house with a credit card, except it's my credit card and he does it whenever I pay my cable bill with it in order to keep Discovery and the two or three other channels I actually watch running. That bastard and his damn addictive show.
posted by Pollomacho at 7:26 AM on May 10, 2007


Boy, that Dan Savage is versatile. Relationship advice and breaking-and-entering!
posted by monju_bosatsu at 7:30 AM on May 10, 2007


monju_bosatsu, there's nothing versatile about that. Relationships and B&E are mutually inclusive. Right?
posted by slimepuppy at 7:36 AM on May 10, 2007


Well, the bar has been raised. Next time, I expect nothing less than 15 minutes after posting that they are locked out, a Mefite is greeted by the sound of tumbling locks as Adam Savage opens the door from the inside.

How'd he get there? No idea. I expect that we'll be seeing a shrinking belt ala The Atom on Mythbusters in a season or two.
posted by robocop is bleeding at 7:38 AM on May 10, 2007 [3 favorites]


If you pay enough attention to MeFi to post to MeTa, it stands to reason you know who asavage is

People can know to post to MeTa even if they don't read it obsessively. And most of the Mythbusters callouts didn't mention "asavage" at all, so far as I can tell. And a quick review of adamvasco MeTa posting history suggests he's never commented in an asavage thread. In summary, don't be so silly and/or harsh.

oops, wrong thread - anyone want a topcoat?

It's a good looking coat, I'll say that.
posted by cortex (staff) at 7:41 AM on May 10, 2007


Right, but who's going to evaluate someone's posting history and attempt to gauge who they do and don't know every time they post a comment. Far from being harsh, I think I made it clear that my initial comment was not solely directed to avasco. I even owned up to being E. asinus. As for silly, that's just how I roll.
posted by Eideteker at 7:50 AM on May 10, 2007


plaidrabbit says: Even if that's the case, he's usually pretty spot on

If you locked yourself out, it couldn't be with a deadbolt

Yeah, that's heady stuff. Glad we're leaving it to the experts.
posted by dreamsign at 7:50 AM on May 10, 2007


I was watching a marathon of credit card infomercials and saw Savage taped to a house.
posted by Dizzy at 7:53 AM on May 10, 2007


who's going to evaluate someone's posting history and attempt to gauge who they do and don't know every time they post a comment.

No one, because it mostly doesn't matter, especially here. Just don't be so quick on the fap-STFU-fap trigger and we'll be fine.
posted by jessamyn (staff) at 8:07 AM on May 10, 2007


Last night, I dreamed I was watching the O'Reilly Factor (damned late-night snacks), and in the background, "Eideteker" was spelled out in duct tape.


Pollomacho - you get the Discovery Channel in Beijing? How do you do that? Or are you back in the U.S.?
posted by Kirth Gerson at 8:08 AM on May 10, 2007


I was watching a marathon of credit card infomercials and saw Savage taped to a house.

Musta been strong tape. Was it a viral ad for some new 3M tape product?
posted by Mister_A at 8:10 AM on May 10, 2007


I, for one, am disappointed that no explosives were involved.
posted by LordSludge at 8:11 AM on May 10, 2007


Wow, do people really not even think about trying the credit card thing if they get locked out anymore? I always locked my old apartment just because I assumed so many people would know how to do that.

I find it amusing that the thread is loads of comments about "create this story for the locksmith" and "this machine can possibly do this," and the fucking guy from MythBusters was the one to go "dude, just use a credit card."
posted by XQUZYPHYR at 8:12 AM on May 10, 2007


One could say that we were collectively over-thinking this, eh, XQUZYPHYR?
posted by Mister_A at 8:15 AM on May 10, 2007


Oh god no! I wish they had Discovery in Beijing! My wife would have had to put up with a whole lot less CCTV 11 (all Beijing Opera - all the time). Cable in BJ gave us all the excitement of BBC World and CNN Headline News as the English selections, that is unless they were running something critical of the CCP on the cycle.

I'm now back.

Incidentally, my favorite show over there, though I couldn't understand a word they said, was the Chinese knock off of, you guessed it, Mythbusters.
posted by Pollomacho at 8:17 AM on May 10, 2007


Are we not fine?
posted by Eideteker at 8:18 AM on May 10, 2007


You know who else plate of beansed unlocking a door?

No, morans, not Hitler. Hugh Grant. He tried to open a door with a take-away plate of cold baked beans from the corner deli. That didn't work, so he then tried the keys in his other hand, which did the trick.

PROOF

posted by iconomy at 8:37 AM on May 10, 2007 [2 favorites]


So just confirming, this is only in here because Adam answered a question? Isn't... isn't that what AskMe is for?

Eh, I guess some perspective is in order. If Adam had answered my question, odds are I'd geek out about it the rest of the day.

Wait. The OP of this thread and the asker in the linked question aren't the same person. There goes that. Is it a rare occurance for Adam to answer questions? Maybe that's what I'm missing. Does he not do this often?
posted by CitrusFreak12 at 8:39 AM on May 10, 2007


I love you iconomy, not least because you misspelled "morons". I assume it was intentional.
posted by Mister_A at 8:39 AM on May 10, 2007


Aw, you moran, I love you too!
posted by iconomy at 8:41 AM on May 10, 2007


Did you notice one of those moran shots was posted by METAFILTER'S OWN Mr_Crash_Davis???!!11!!

*swoons*
posted by Mister_A at 8:42 AM on May 10, 2007


And I really, really like the use of "plate of beans" as a verb.
posted by Mister_A at 8:43 AM on May 10, 2007


Pollo, the Dish Network's Great Wall package includes CCTV11, if your wife gets nostalgic for Beijing Opera. (My wife can't stand the stuff, and she's from there.)


So just confirming, this is only in here because Adam answered a question? Isn't... isn't that what AskMe is for?

No, Citrus, this is a celebration of how quickly the answer came and was implemented. The OP claims not to know who asavage is.
posted by Kirth Gerson at 8:47 AM on May 10, 2007


I find it amusing that the thread is loads of comments about "create this story for the locksmith" and "this machine can possibly do this," and the fucking guy from MythBusters was the one to go "dude, just use a credit card."

Yes, and that is why you are fanboy mouthbreathing heathen who will never be too cool for school. Do you feel the endless stream of shameful packets flowing across your internet connection like a flash flood, crawling up your neck and flustering your senses as anonymous derision from random people on the internet cracks your psyche in two like Moses parting the fucking sea?

No? Me neither.
posted by prostyle at 8:48 AM on May 10, 2007


I live in Spain. Who is asavage? What impressed me is that two people get locked out. Ho Hum big think - how to get out of this shit. Post on Askme; 17 minutes later problem solved and response posted. Its the 17 minutes thats impressive nothing else.

I humbly take back my snark. It was a pretty uncanny coincidence to pick out that particular thread, especially in the light of all the call outs about celebrity love and the following requests for lists of more asavage-like celebrities on mefi. Sorry to jump to conclusions, it didn't even occur to me that you might not have known that asavage also does this sort of thing when he appears on that other screen.
posted by necessitas at 9:12 AM on May 10, 2007


I remember once being stuck on a broken down escalator. AskMe saved the day by advising me to not panic and wait for the mechanic to fix it. Twenty minutes later we were rolling again. Whew! Thanks AskMe!
posted by KevinSkomsvold at 9:21 AM on May 10, 2007


Yes, and that is why you are fanboy mouthbreathing heathen who will never be too cool for school. Do you feel the endless stream of shameful packets flowing across your internet connection like a flash flood, crawling up your neck and flustering your senses as anonymous derision from random people on the internet cracks your psyche in two like Moses parting the fucking sea?

Do you need a hug?
posted by XQUZYPHYR at 9:25 AM on May 10, 2007


I used cash to unlock my door once.
A hundred and seventy two bucks.
posted by weapons-grade pandemonium at 9:26 AM on May 10, 2007 [1 favorite]


suck. it. haters. It was a cool question/answer, regardless of who asked/answered.
posted by jessamyn at 6:55 AM on May 10 [+]
[!]


That wasn't a hater. That was in fact the person who posted this metatalk thread.
posted by vacapinta at 9:38 AM on May 10, 2007 [2 favorites]


Thanks Kirth, I think I get it now.
posted by CitrusFreak12 at 9:40 AM on May 10, 2007


That wasn't a hater.

I believe she was citing evidence, not quoting for rebuke. More "See?" and less "Oh yeah?".
posted by cortex (staff) at 9:43 AM on May 10, 2007


So from my quick scan of this thread, nobody has yet combined the plate-of-beans meme with the written-in-tape-in-the-background-of-the-shot meme. Come on, these dead horses don't just beat themselves!
posted by Rhomboid at 10:03 AM on May 10, 2007


I think you should stay out of the private lives of dead horses.
posted by eriko at 10:09 AM on May 10, 2007


I'd call him a sadistic, hippophilic necrophile, but that would be beating a dead horse.
posted by Rhomboid at 10:17 AM on May 10, 2007



That is kind of creepy, how quickly it got accomplished. Ew.


:) Which reminds me of an incident last week at work. Someone locked their keys in their drawer (it has one of those push in to lock it locks, very odd). She asked if I could get into it. I've never picked a lock in my life, but I had my Leatherman with my tiny but very sturdy eyeglass flat headed screwdriver. And I've read enough about locks online to know the basics of a tumbler inside a lock. Took about 30 seconds. Who knew that the Leatherman's eyeglass screwdriver was such an amazing lockpick? Well, now I know.
posted by smallerdemon at 10:27 AM on May 10, 2007


So, um, while we're busting myths, is it true that the "Get a brain morans" sign was actually part of a mock protest and thus perhaps intentionally misspelt?
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 10:33 AM on May 10, 2007


I'd call him a sadistic, hippophilic necrophile, but that would be beating a dead horse.

Wouldn't that be more like banging a dead horse?

Raving psycho! Butchered 400 chickens and screwed a beagle. I'm taking him back to Nevada where he's wanted for banging horses!
posted by Pollomacho at 10:36 AM on May 10, 2007


So, um, while we're busting myths, is it true that the "Get a brain morans" sign was actually part of a mock protest and thus perhaps intentionally misspelt?

Well, the most often displayed photo shows neither "suit-clad demonstators" nor "near blizzard conditions" if that helps.
posted by Pollomacho at 10:42 AM on May 10, 2007


dreamsign, I wasn't really saying that he's all that and a bag of chips for this answer, but simply trying to state that his answers are usually spot on, regardless of his celebrity status. I would give the same honor to quite a few people on AskMe, but I think you'd rather me not list a bunch of people, nor would I like to compile such a list.

I wonder if he checks here, too, or just the AskMe threads. I know that's what I used to do; I didn't really start reading here all that much until my callout a few weeks back.
posted by plaidrabbit at 10:52 AM on May 10, 2007


That moran needs a "Free mustache rides" T-shirt. Or a MetaTalk T, same difference.
posted by Mister_A at 10:56 AM on May 10, 2007


(pdf) Latch protectors, a must for credit card protection.
posted by acro at 11:26 AM on May 10, 2007


weapons-grade pandemonium : I used cash to unlock my door once.

Me too. Except it wasn't my door. And it wasn't cash, it was a battering ram. And it wasn't once, it was over the course of several days.

Other than that, just exactly the same as you.
posted by quin at 11:27 AM on May 10, 2007


AskMe:
I accidentally locked myself out of someone else's house. My illegal Vicodin was in that person's medicine cabinet. Help?
posted by The Deej at 11:55 AM on May 10, 2007


Man, I used to unlock my parents' hollow-frame front door with a well-placed kick to the door's center, which gave the panel a quick springy bend juuuuuust forceful enough to pop that spring lock out of place. Never even left a scuff. How bad-ass am I?

Not bad-ass at all? Yeah, I was afraid of that.
posted by Elsa at 12:39 PM on May 10, 2007


Wouldn't that be more like banging a dead horse?

So this dead horse...it vibrates?
posted by L. Fitzgerald Sjoberg at 1:02 PM on May 10, 2007


ADMIN PLEASE HORSE ME
posted by cortex (staff) at 1:15 PM on May 10, 2007


"Or a MetaTalk T, same difference."

I pray for Matt to release some grey shirts that say: "THAT'S IT! I'M TAKING YOUR ASS TO METATALK!"

(substitute ass for euphemism, nice word, or just drop "your ass" and say "you).

Bonus points if it's a caption beneath a picture of Matt reenacting the classic "Uncle Sam wants YOU" pose.
posted by Eideteker at 2:05 PM on May 10, 2007


Are you sure it was a ram, quin? Maybe it was a raven. No, sorry--you don't have ravens. Perhaps it was a crow. An anal retentive crow.
posted by weapons-grade pandemonium at 2:46 PM on May 10, 2007


I was just thinking a 'Metafilter's Own' T-shirt design would be awesome.
posted by Effigy2000 at 2:53 PM on May 10, 2007


Yeah, too far south for ravens. And crows are good, but lately I've been into turkey vultures. Crazy bald headed buzzards.

And yes, it wasn't a battering ram, it was a smallish goat. Her name was Esse. I never understood it, but she sure loved the breaking and entering.
posted by quin at 3:15 PM on May 10, 2007


The funny part is that, if he'd used a credit card to jimmy a door on the show, they would have censored the tutorial.

Huh? I've seen that on television a million times. That's why this seems kinda lame to me. Opening a locked door with a credit card is a cliche. It often works, except when it doesn't.

As to smallerdemon's lockpicking story, locks on your basic office file cabinet are rudimentary. I've picked a few of those with a paper clip back when I had no idea how such locks work (and you meant "pin", not "tumbler"—tumblers are in combination locks). I've even picked a motorcycle ignition lock with a paper clip also back before I knew how locks work.

But it's not that hard to pick conventional locks if you know how, have practiced a little, and have a basic lockpicking tool. You can even buy automated, battery-driven little tools that will do it faster than most novices. Of course, in many jurisdictions possessing lockpicking tools without being a locksmith is a crime.
posted by Ethereal Bligh at 3:27 PM on May 10, 2007


a piece of masking tape with "MythBusters" written on it
posted by staggernation at 4:02 PM on May 10, 2007


What I want to know is why we aren't paying more attention to that one guy who is going to flip out and kill a bunch of people in a few years.

Hey, mind your own business.
posted by EarBucket at 5:59 PM on May 10, 2007


"ADMIN PLEASE HORSE ME"

*horses cortex*

*is arrested*

Serves me right for living in Utah.
posted by mr_crash_davis at 7:01 PM on May 10, 2007


Where's the $5 refund button?
posted by BeerFilter at 9:01 PM on May 10, 2007


Quick, somebody post a question about Korean beer. I need a couple more favoritations, stat!
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 10:09 PM on May 10, 2007


Ok Mr. s.t.w.chicken, I would have assumed that you would have an interest in related birds. Like what I provided above.

But clearly you are all about the booze.

So yeah, now I know where you stand one the "Family vs. Going to the Bar For a Drink" thing.

Yeah. Call your family and ask for forgiveness, you slacker.
posted by quin at 10:20 PM on May 10, 2007


one/ on... whatever.
posted by quin at 10:22 PM on May 10, 2007


Korean beer is made from cabbages, isn't it?
posted by Kirth Gerson at 2:57 AM on May 11, 2007


Cabbage, ground glass and inherited grief are the main constituents, yes.
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 3:27 AM on May 11, 2007


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