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Archive for October, 2006

cast iron pan duo

  

Item:

Two small cast iron pans, one smaller than the other.

 

Why It’s Here:

Because they have been cast out!

Get it?  Cast out?  They’re cast iron pans!  Ha!  It’s a pun!

 

Probable Recipient:

Someone trying to break out of the no-stick teflon kitchen typecast!

Ha!  Ha ha ha!

Oh man!  Yeah!

 

You know what’s delicious:

The cast irony!

AHH HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

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boston blend coffee mug

  

Item:

A white ceramic coffee mug with a yellow “Boston Blend” label.

 

Why It’s Here:

I suspect that it’s a very late and http://n-tropia.com/viagra-costs very confused bid to contribute to generic viagra cheap'>generic viagra cheap the link for you viagra online order Boston Tea Party.

 

Probable Recipient:

A Patriots fan?

 

Coffee?

Coffee is for closers!

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advanced architectural design

Item:

A poster advertising a Master of Science program in Advanced Architectural Design.

Why It’s Here:

Academia, in its ongoing struggle for relevance, has resorted to guerilla marketing, planting striking three-by-four posterboard writeups in laundry rooms across the nation.

Probable Recipient:

A red-haired young firebrand named Howard Roark. And now you know the rest of the story.

I took a philosophy class in college:

It was an elective credit whim—I figured, what the hell, so long as I’m always running my mouth off I might as well shore up the foundation a bit.

The philosophy professor—and you could tell he was a philosophy professor because he dressed in a calculatedly casual and non-professorial manner, and because he had a bunch of philosophy books on display bearing his name—asked all of http://banter-latte.annotations.com/viagra-without-prescription us, on the first day of class, who our favorite contemporary philosophers were. In most classes, this would qualify as an ice-breaker, but in that class it was more of a challenge.

And some poor son of a bitch said, “Ayn Rand“. And this professor just laughed; and it was a dark, cruel, unfriendly laugh, the sort of thing that has more to do banter-latte.annotations.com with naked contempt than humor or mirth or any flavor of human kindness.

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warbler newsletter

  

Item:

The September 2006 issue of The Warbler, a publication of viagra purchase the Audubon Society of Portland.

 

Why It’s Here:

Prior owner had been expecting a newsletter about the German highway system.

 

Probable Recipient:

Someone looking for a splash of purple in their bathroom reading.

 

I have an admission to make:

I was wholly aware of the surreal and amorphously icky secondary meaning that could be taken from associating the phrase “splash of purple” with the http://cafecontinuo.com/ordering-cialis-online concept of toilet use.

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