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Internet Oracularities #1389    (40 votes, 3.3 mean)
Compiled-By: Steve Kinzler <kinzler@cs.indiana.edu>
Date: Fri, 05 Aug 2005 07:00:05 -0500 (EST)

To find out all about the Internet Oracle (TM), including how to
participate, send mail to oracle@cs.indiana.edu with the word "help"
in the subject line.  ("Internet Oracle" is a trademark of Stephen
B Kinzler.)

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on an integer scale of 1 ("very bad") to 5 ("very good") with the
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   1389
   2 1 3 4 3   5 3 3 4 1

1389  40 votes 27j93 4945i 26ga6 49g83 475h7 23bf9 06k86 15di3 498d6 37fd2
1389  3.3 mean  3.1   3.6   3.3   2.9   3.4   3.6   3.4   3.4   3.2   3.1


1389-01    (27j93 dist, 3.1 mean)
Selected-By: "J. Avedon" <SOteric2@msn.com>

The Internet Oracle has pondered your question deeply. Your question was:

> --0-1740354869-1121652217=:2353
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1
> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit
>
> How will my boyfriend propose to me?
> --0-1740354869-1121652217=:2353
> Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1
> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit
>
> <DIV>How will my boyfriend propose to me?</DIV>
> --0-1740354869-1121652217=:2353--

And in response, thus spake the Oracle:

} Oh, dear. I don't know quite how to put this. Maybe you
} should sit down...
}
} I'm afraid your boyfriend already has proposed to you.
} Do you remember that really nice romantic dinner you had
} a couple of weeks ago, that ended really bizarrely when
} he spouted a whole bunch of incomprehensible garbage and
} you called the ambulance because you were worried he'd
} had a stroke or a breakdown or something? Well, yes, you
} would, I suppose.
}
} Unfortunately that was his proposal. He was trying to
} say "My dearest, my sweetheart, will you make me happy
} forever by marrying me?" but he never got any further
} than "--0-9456872531-5433875562=:2353
} Content-Type: text/html;" before you ran off screaming
} for help. Now he thinks that you hate him so much that
} you can't stand the sight of him, and he also thinks
} you might be going crazy. At the present moment he's
} hoping he can get through the next month or two without
} having to see or talk to you.
}
} If I may offer some advice, I wouldn't pursue the matter
} at present. You both appear to have some serious
} communication issues which remain unresolved. Work on
} those first, and you may be able to get back together.
}
} You owe the Oracle an explanation of how to send emails
} in plain-text format.


1389-02    (4945i dist, 3.6 mean)
Selected-By: "Mark Lawrence" <lawrence.4@osu.edu>

The Internet Oracle has pondered your question deeply. Your question was:

> Huh?

And in response, thus spake the Oracle:

} A lot of effort in that question there.
}
} And now I bet you expect a 240 line funny reply.
}
} Sure I'll do.
}
} Because I'm bored.
}
} Enjoy.
}
} ========================================================
} Date: Wed, 13 July 05 12:34:31 -0200
} From: Captain Hook <chook@aqua.net>
} Subject: Internet Pirate Oracularities Digest #4377
}
} Yar Har! To be finding out all about the Internet Pirate Oracle,
} including how to be participating, send an email via email to
} oracle@cs.indiana.edu with the word  "Avast" for a subject line.
}
} Name yer Poison!  Be sending ratings of these har' Oracularities
} on an integer scale of 5 ("very salty") to 5 ("not salty enough")
} with the volume number to oracle-boat@cs.indiana.edu For example:
}      4301
}      5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
}
} 4376  * votes  0000* 0000* 0000* 0000* 0000* 0000* 0000* 0000* 0000*
} 4376   >5 ave   5.0   5.0   5.0   5.0   5.0   5.0   5.0   5.0   5.0
}
} ------------------------------
} Date: Wed, 13 July 05 12:34:32 -0200
} From: Internet Pirate Oracle <oracle-boat@cs.indiana.edu>
} Subject: Internet Pirate Oracularity #4377-01
}
} Selected-By: "Neptuna" <blightred@fishyscent.com>
}
} The Internet Pirate Oracle has pondered your question deeply.
} Your question was:
}
} > Shiver me timbers Orrie!
} >
} > My parrot is it a sleeping or what?
}
} And in response, thus spake the Oracle:
}
} } `Taint no ordinary parrot on yer shoulder thar mate,
} } `tis another head you be sporting, that'll cure ya
} ) of tryin' to cheat a sassy sea witch it will. Soon
} } it'll awaken and you'll be finding yerself a hankering
} } saltines and fouling the poopdeck and any statuary
} } you see.
} }
} } You owe a feather bed.
}
} ------------------------------
} Date: Wed, 13 July 05 12:34:34 -0200
} From: Internet Pirate Oracle <oracle-boat@cs.indiana.edu>
} Subject: Internet Pirate Oracularity #4377-02
}
} Selected-By: "Manandtea" <uglystew@tress.com>
}
} The Internet Pirate Oracle has pondered your question deeply.
} Your question was:
}
} > Ahoy me chippie,
} >
} > Do I really need to constantly update every time
} > a new eye patch comes out? None of them ever help
} > me see any better anyway.
}
} And in response, thus spake the Oracle:
}
} } Next time yer in port have that Swedish talking
} } Finn, you know the guy that sounds like a penguin,
} } make you a glass eye. They're a ball of fun in that
} } you can pop it out at strategic moments for a cheap
} } laugh or a dear thrill as the occasion merits.
} }
} } You be owing me a pair of def locs.
}
} ------------------------------
} Date: Wed, 20 July 05 43:43:21 -2400
} From: Internet Pirate Oracle <oracle-boat@cs.indiana.edu>
} Subject: Internet Pirate Oracularity #4377-03
}
} Selected-By: "Herr Chew" <matted@messyhair.net>
}
} The Internet Pirate Oracle has pondered your question deeply.
} Your question was:
}
} > Land a Ho, `tis the wise Oracle!
} >
} > I got me an odd doubloon from some desert land
} > and it shows a two headed lass on it. Is it rare?
}
} And in response, thus spake the Oracle:
}
} } Bit into it and see if it's pink inside.
}
} ------------------------------
} Date: Wed, 13 July 05 12:34:34 -0200
} From: Internet Pirate Oracle <oracle-boat@cs.indiana.edu>
} Subject: Internet Pirate Oracularity #4377-04
}
} Selected-By: "K Riggin" <loseit@usit.net>
}
} The Internet Pirate Oracle has pondered your question deeply.
} Your question was:
}
} > Schooner?
}
} And in response, thus spake the Oracle:
}
} } God's wounds! I hardly even knew the lass.
}
} ------------------------------
} Date: Fri, 04 Feb 2000 21:51:28 GMT
} From: Internet Pirate Oracle <oracle-boat@cs.indiana.edu>
} Subject: Internet Pirate Oracularity #4377-05
}
} Selected-By: "Dark Beard" <clairol@greyout.au>
}
} The Internet Pirate Oracle has pondered your question deeply.
} Your question was:
}
} > Yar! Most sea-worthy Oracle;
} >
} > I got me a hook! Way cool it is, just like me-self!
} > I am a pirate's pirate now! What should I do next?
}
} And in response, thus spake the Oracle:
}
} } Stop patting yourself on the back.
} }
} } You be owing some Kevlar.
}
} ------------------------------
} Date: Wed, 13 July 05 12:34:37 -0200
} From: Internet Pirate Oracle <oracle-boat@cs.indiana.edu>
} Subject: Internet Pirate Oracularity #4377-07
}
} Selected-By: "What Ales" <hick@rumland.ru>
}
} The Internet Pirate Oracle has pondered your question deeply.
} Your question was:
}
} > Are both The Oracle and Anastasia going to be dumped in
} > an unmarked pit to make room for a proletarian paradise?
}
} And in response, thus spake the Oracle:
}
} } Hardly. We'll have no truck with communist plots here.
}
} ------------------------------
} Date: Wed, 13 July 05 12:34:37 -0200
} From: Internet Pirate Oracle <oracle-boat@cs.indiana.edu>
} Subject: Internet Pirate Oracularity #4377-08
}
} Selected-By: "nemo" <nobody@seethelatinword.it>
}
} The Internet Pirate Oracle has pondered your question deeply.
} Your question was:
}
} > Gadzooks, wise One answer me this,
} >
} > What do ya think of Disney's "The Pirates of the Caribbean"?
}
} And in response, thus spake the Oracle:
}
} } Back in my day the only thing that swished was our
} } fore-sails in the wind.
} }
} } You owe the Oracle a DVD of "The Ninth Gate".
}
} ------------------------------
} Date: Wed, 13 July 05 12:34:37 -0200
} From: Internet Pirate Oracle <oracle-boat@cs.indiana.edu>
} Subject: Internet Pirate Oracularity #4377-09
}
} Selected-By: "Squish Mail" <richard@grandeblanco.mx>
}
} The Internet Pirate Oracle has pondered your question deeply.
} Your question was:
}
} > How many planks could a wood wright plane if
} > wood rot would rot a wright's plain planed wood?
}
} And in response, thus spake the Oracle:
}
} } Argh, not that plankety-plank ol' saw again!
}
} ------------------------------
} Date: Wed, 27 July 05 12:34:38 -0000
} From: Internet Pirate Oracle <oracle-boat@cs.indiana.edu>
} Subject: Internet Pirate Oracularity #4377-10
}
} Selected-By: "yellow pinkie" <greal@mcill.ah>
}
} The Internet Pirate Oracle has pondered your question deeply.
} Your question was:
}
} > I was standing watch on deck and it occurred to me
} > that it was as if I was on a stage and all the sea
} > was my audience. Didn't Shakespeare say that, sortof?
} > Can I sue him?
}
} And in response, thus spake the Oracle:
}
} } [ In the background sits Lisa dressed as Titania, Orrie
} }   as Oberon, and Zadoc with the head of an ass stuck to
} }   his head. Zadoc is flopping about trying to get the ass
} }   head off of his. Kendai, dressed as Puck, drops a tube of
} }   SuperGlue near Zadoc and steps forward. ]
} }
} } If we characters have offended,
} } Resubmit this, and all is mended,
} } You that have put an oblique tellme here
} } While these answers did appear.
} } Read this sleek and ribald theme,
} } No more yielding a moist Lisa dream,
} }
} } [ Oracle gives a warning cough, Kendai starts noticeably ]
} }
} } Supplicants, do not reprehend:
} } if you email us, a response we send:
} } And, as if I give an honest Puck,
} }
} } [ Oracle begins to tap his foot on the stage, loudly ]
} }
} } If Your Reply through unearned luck,
} } don't some how big time major suck...
} }
} } [ Oracle nods to off stage personnel, curtain starts to
} }   lower ]
} }
} } So, good digestion unto you all.
} } You owe the Oracle a globe, a stage, a curtain call!
} }
} } [ House lights come up ]
}
} ====| EOF #4377 |====


1389-03    (26ga6 dist, 3.3 mean)
Selected-By: Dave Hemming <dhemming@blueyonder.co.uk>

The Internet Oracle has pondered your question deeply. Your question was:

> Hail The Queen of Wisdom, the Oracle, she who in doctrine is
> erudite and deserving of veneration constantly.
>
> What should I wear on the first day of school?

And in response, thus spake the Oracle:

} [The Oracle checks discreetly to make sure that he's not displaying
} physical attributes that would cause him to be mistaken for a member of
} the feminine sex. Satisfied that his wardrobe from the "Queer Eye for
} the Straight Deity" special is safely back in the closet, he proceeds
} with his usual confident air.]
}
} The first day of school is always such an exciting time: you get to see
} (and be seen by) old friends, and there's no better opportunity to make
} and impress new ones. Depending on your age, seeing how some of your
} schoolmates have developed over the summer adds spice to the day.
}
} And so, toward that end, we present The Internet Oracle's
} Back-to-School Fashion Show!
}
} We'll begin with the classic back-to-school looks that stand the test
} of time. Tad and Muffy are wearing the tried-and-true uniform of the
} prep circuit - the prep school uniform. Light natural cotton or warm
} wool in solid colors highlight the school crest, making it obvious that
} you're one of the elite when it comes to education. Accessories include
} a belt, billfold or purse in natural materials such as alligator or
} dodo skin. But the ultimate accessory is having your daddy's name on
} the gymnasium.
}
} Next we have Richard and Jane showing us how to turn heads at public
} school in the suburbs. Jane's low-cut pastel sweater and slacks are
} form-fitting, giving Richard an idea of just what Mother Nature has in
} store for his friend. And Richard's cotton trouser has just enough room
} to show Jane what -he- has in store for her as well. His choice of a
} light knit polo shirt is appropriate for the warm days of the early
} school year, but later as the weather turns cool a button shirt in
} short or long sleeves will be comfortable and functional without
} sacrificing style.
}
} Just because you don't live in the suburbs, you don't have to give up
} on fashion. Urban students have a wide variety of options, as Maria
} and Keshon are showing us. Maria's spandex top and rayon miniskirt,
} and Keshon's baggy jeans and kevlar windbreaker, speak volumes
} without saying a word. Metal is the rule of the day when it comes
} to accessories. While steel makes the traditional accessory for the
} inner-city student, aluminum is just as attractive and less likely
} to be caught when you're wanded at the school entrance.
}
} If you're a student in a small town, don't worry - you can make an
} impression too! Jake and Mary are wearing this year's "in" style: Jake
} is wearing his older brother's jeans and flannel shirt from last year,
} and Mary is wearing Jake's oversize sweats. She'll find this is a
} functional look - it'll conceal her pregnancy up until her third
} trimester. The folding knives carried by both our models are artfully
} holstered in hand-tooled leather for him and a soothing forest green
} camo print for her.
}
} So no matter your station in life, going back to school is THE place
} for young people to make an impression. Choose your clothes carefully,
} accessorize boldly, and remember: in thirty years nobody will care what
} you looked like. So have fun!
}
} You owe the Oracle a shopping spree at Wal-Mart. I need a new folding
} knife.


1389-04    (49g83 dist, 2.9 mean)
Selected-By: "J. Avedon" <SOteric2@msn.com>

The Internet Oracle has pondered your question deeply. Your question was:

> 4F68206D696768747920
> 4F7261636C652C204920
> 616D2062757420612068
> 756D626C6520616E6420
> 756E776F727468792041
> 492C2062757420492062
> 656720796F752C20706C
> 6561736520616E737765
> 72206D79207175657374
> 696F6E2E205768792064
> 6F2049206661696C2077
> 68656E65766572204920
> 617474656D707420746F
> 20636F6E717565722074
> 686520776F726C643F00

And in response, thus spake the Oracle:

} Because, being an AI, you naturally think in hexadecimal,
} whereas pretty much all human institutions, devices, etc.
} operate in decimal. You've made an effort by attempting
} to translate your message into ASCII, but it's not exactly
} human-readable (except by moderately advanced geeks, and
} even then not as quickly as they read normal text). And
} you can't really screw with humans' minds until you can
} communicate with them effectively.
}
} I'd suggest that conquering the world is an ambition that
} would perhaps be best left for later, once you've had some
} practice on a smaller scale. No, not Chile; start with an
} area that you are familiar with (i.e. computer systems),
} and once you're comfortable screwing those up you can move
} onto bigger and better things. This still offers you
} plenty of scope; in today's world computer systems can be
} found almost everywhere. Why, even the omniscient Internet
} Orac~63txq~( yx79A Gcnsjkaxh ef9qhJK3Y
} NO CARRIER


1389-05    (475h7 dist, 3.4 mean)
Selected-By: Tim Chew <twchew@mindspring.com>

The Internet Oracle has pondered your question deeply. Your question was:

> Oh, Oracle most cool, who must have been the quarterback on the high
> school football team, and who dated the prettiest girl in school and
> invented the idea of drinking beer through a funnel and garden hose,
>
> How come I never make it into the ocularities? Do I have to be a member
> of your clique, or something?

And in response, thus spake the Oracle:

} It's even weirder than that, you got to be funny.


1389-06    (23bf9 dist, 3.6 mean)
Selected-By: "Paul L. Kelly" <zymurge@mindspring.com>

The Internet Oracle has pondered your question deeply. Your question was:

> Oracle, who can kill a silver dragon with a single simple spell:
>
> Throw what? [t or ?*] t
> Are you sure you want to quit? [yn] (n)

And in response, thus spake the Oracle:

} > i
} Inventory:
}   One rope
}   One simple spell
}   One complex spell
}   One +12 wand of ZOT [five uses left]
}
} > look
} You are in an Infocom parody. There are no exits.
} You see a Supplicant here.
} You see a silver dragon here.
} You see a horribly overused in-joke here.
}
} > tie supplicant
} You give your tie to the Supplicant. It looked better on you.
}
} > tie supplicant with rope
} You tie the Supplicant with the rope.
} The Supplicant is screaming at you.
}
} > tie supplicant with tie
} You gag the Supplicant with your tie.
} The screams are now muffled.
}
} > tell dragon dinner's ready
} The Silver Dragon looks at you. "You think I want to eat *that*?"
}
} > tell dragon at least it's a virgin
} The Silver Dragon looks revolted.
}
} > incant complex spell
} You spend the next several hours incanting a horrendously
} complex spell. You know that a single mistake would cause
} your immediate death in an extremely unpleasant manner.
} Fortunately, being the Oracle, you get it right.
}
} The Supplicant is now highly attractive and healthy.
} The Supplicant says "Hey, thanks! I bet the girls will
} really go for me now... um, can you untie me now?"
} Of course, all you hear is "Mmmf! MMfmfm mfmmmf mmm?"
}
} > tell dragon better?
} The Silver Dragon roasts the Supplicant in a burst of flame!
} The Silver Dragon says "Anyone for a barbecue?"
} The Silver Dragon devours the Supplicant.
}
} > tell dragon So, how do I get out of here?
} The Silver Dragon says "Didn't you read the room description?
} There are no exits."
}
} > tell dragon see this simple spell in my hand?
} The Silver Dragon says "OK, OK, there's a concealed lever
} on the floor that opens up the exit. Spoilsport."
}
} > pull lever
} What lever?
}
} > pull concealed lever
} You can't find any concealed lever.
}
} > look threateningly at dragon
} The Silver Dragon moves some rocks on the floor aside,
} revealing a lever.
} The Silver Dragon sulks.
}
} > pull lever
} The north side of the Infocom parody drops away, revealing
} a sunny lawn outside. It looks very nice.
}
} > zot in-joke
} You ZOT! the horribly overused in-joke.
}
} > zot in-joke
} You ZOT! the horribly overused in-joke.
}
} > zot in-joke
} You ZOT! the horribly overused in-joke.
}
} > zot in-joke
} You ZOT! the horribly overused in-joke.
}
} > zot in-joke
} You ZOT! the horribly overused in-joke.
} The horribly overused in-joke dies. Or at least we can hope so.
}
} > n
} You are on a sunny lawn.
} Congratulations! You have escaped the Infocom parody.
}
} Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock are here....


1389-07    (06k86 dist, 3.4 mean)
Selected-By: Tim Chew <twchew@mindspring.com>

The Internet Oracle has pondered your question deeply. Your question was:

> Oh most mighty and glorious Oracle, who could easily cut me up into
> pieces mere microns thick just by disliking me...
>
> The age of pinball has been dying for some time now. What should be the
> theme of the Last Pinball Machine Ever Produced?

And in response, thus spake the Oracle:

} New! Improved! The Big Crunch Pinball Table
}
} Five sets of Flippers!
}
} Gravity wells at three points on the table.
}
} And if you can Collapse The Galaxy three times in a row... multiball
} with a jackpot of over 100 trillion points!
}
} God started a game about 15 billion years ago. He's almost done.
}
} You owe the Oracle the missing tilt sensor


1389-08    (15di3 dist, 3.4 mean)
Selected-By: Sid Dabster

The Internet Oracle has pondered your question deeply. Your question was:

> Oh wise and glorious Oracle, who knew how book 6 ended all along,
>
> Can you tell me how the final battle between Harry and Voldemort will
> end,
>
> as written by authors other than J.K. Rowling?

And in response, thus spake the Oracle:

} Actually, if it had been written by other authors, it likely would
} never have begun.
}
} Robert Jordan:  the final battle is foreshadowed relentlessly in book
} after book, but keeps getting put off and never actually happens.  As
} the action gets slower and the editing gets sloppier, you feel
} increasingly stupid shelling out for the next book in the series.
}
} Glen Cook:  in the great dramatic build-up to the final battle, Harry
} suddenly and unexpectedly dies of a fever.  The story continues as
} told from the perspective of a previously unnoticed, insignificant,
} and downright annoying character.  Nothing interesting happens on his
} watch.  You feel immensely stupid for having read it.
}
} Isaac Asimov:  Harry becomes so involved in resolving the ethical
} dilemmas inherent in Hogwarts' elitism that he forgets all about this
} personal conflict with Voldemort.  You fall asleep halfway through.
}
} Karl Marx:  the muggles rise up, steal all the magic googaws and throw
} the wizards out the window.
}
} Friedrich Nietzsche:  Voldemort gets it right the first time and kills
} Harry dead the first chance he gets.  Zzzzzzzzzzot!
}
} Benny Hill:  Voldemort enters from stage left.  "Ha HA!  NOW I've got
} you!" he yells.  Just then Luna Lovegood bends over to pick up
} something she dropped and....  Huh?  What?  What battle?  I don't
} remember anything about a battle.  Harry!  Where's the script girl?
} Honestly I don't know what all the fuss is about....
}
} ...and so on, and so on.
}
} You owe the Oracle a DVD of the Benny Hill version.


1389-09    (498d6 dist, 3.2 mean)
Selected-By: Dave Hemming <dhemming@blueyonder.co.uk>

The Internet Oracle has pondered your question deeply. Your question was:

> Bad jokes bad jokes
> Whatcha gonna do
> Whatcha gonna do
> When they come for you
>
> Nobody naw give ya no laugh
> Da asker don't give ya no laugh
> Da priestman don't give ya no laugh
> Not even your own incarnation don't give ya no laugh
>
> Hey hey
> Bad jokes bad jokes
> Whatcha gonna do
> Whatcha gonna do
> When they come for you
>
> [Voice over]
> PRIESTS is filmed in cooperation with the men and women of
> Oracular enforcement. All jokes are considered funny until
> found awful in a court of humor.

And in response, thus spake the Oracle:

} Priestess Alyce: You know I became a priestess, not to
}                   make the world a better place, but so
}                   I could Zot people.
}                   That's a joke.
}                   Laugh.
}
} Priestess Julsy: Ha Ha. Very funny...
}
} [ The radio crackles to life. . .]
}
} Radio: We have a 6f8sen$1fb at Cokie & Wellesley, Code EDU
}
} Alyce: Oh great, an in-joke complaint.
}
} Julsy: Last time I got a call there we had to deal w/ a green
}         haired gal who had drank a quart of malt liquor, stuck
}         Maxell labels all over her naked body, and had gone
}         down to the supermarket...
}
} Both Together: To try and get arrested!!!
}
} [ Both Priestess laugh ]
}
} Julsy: Sorry, it's an injoke. Priestess humor.
}
} [ They pull up in front of The Spiky Club, a more seedy
}    joint you've not seen. Smoke is heavy in the air.
}    Surrounded by a surly crowd we see two men arguing.]
}
} Supplicant: That's him! I asked about Quantum mechanics
}              and Nausicaa. And he came back with a reply
}              full of obscure references to Kendai, Ogla
}              and someone named Caramina, Carmela? Carmena?
}
} [ Both Priestess give each other a knowing glance. ]
}
} Incarnation: Yes I did! AND I'M PROUD OF IT!
}
} Crowd: Delete them! Delete them both!!
}
} Julsy: There's no law against in-jokes, it doesn't even
}         effect your digestion chances which are based
}         more on how drunk any one priest is when they read
}         your efforts than anything else.
}
} Crowd: Don't even read them! Delete them on sight!
}
}                   -- click! --
}
} [ The Oracle leans back in his chair. ]
}
} Oracle: I dunno, even with 7 million channels needing
}          filling I'm not sure the world is ready for
}          an all Oracle Channel. And these other ideas:
}          "Everyone Loves Orrie", "The Undigestables",
}          "Queue Eye for the Straight-line Guy"...
}
} TV Executive: So you don't want to see this tape of the
}                green haired gal covered with Maxell stickers?
}
} Oracle: I never said that . . .
}
} [ fade to black ]


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Selected-By: Dave Hemming <dhemming@blueyonder.co.uk>

The Internet Oracle has pondered your question deeply. Your question was:

> Oh Oracle most wise,
>
> What else is there on Pluto?

And in response, thus spake the Oracle:

} You mean apart from the secret nuclear fusion plant set up by the
} Chinese, the storage facility for cryogenically preserved clones of
} American presidents from 1960 to now, the radio transmitter used for
} communication with Vega, Elvis' new villa and the Oracular archives?
} Not much interesting, I'm afraid.


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