} > 1) PW wants to know why men have nipples.
} Ah yes, well, you see, your question is well put, but sadly
} misinformed. Men are *supposed* to have nipples. It's women who
} shouldn't have them. Mix-up somewhere along the evolutionary line, I'd
} expect. Terrible cock-up. The nipple was originally designed as a
} secondary erogenous zone for the male to mitigate the fact that his
} primary zone afforded him nothing but the briefest of releases (except,
} of course, in the case of whips, chains, and sushi bars, but Lisa made
} me promise not to reveal any of that until she'd gotten the patent
} rights fixed). Women were initially blueprinted to have breasts with
} little wooden spigots, one labeled "Hot" and one labeled "Cold". State
} of the Art being what it was at the dawn of time, fancy metals ones
} couldn't be used (I had to point this out to God or else technological
} evolution would have gone straight down the drain, so to speak, from
} the beginning). Sadly, the blueprints for kitchen sinks, which were to
} have fancy squeeze bulbs for primitive water pressure washing, were
} somehow substituted for the female human blueprints. Something to do
} with Adam being around when God was building sinks and said "Pass me
} the wrench". After installing nipples on Eve, Adam realized he'd made a
} mistake and dropped the "r" somewhere along the way, but by then it was
} too late (and no one's been able to improve on the design since anyway,
} so it's best to leave well enough alone).
} > 2) EH wants to know if bliss is ignorance.
} Well, anagramatically speaking, if your SO says to you "nice organ!",
} it would be bliss for you born out of "ignorance", so yes, I should
} think it is. Depending of course, on who's turning the spigot.
} You owe the Oracle a glass of milk.