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John, it means you have to wait two minutes between posts. There was some outrageous and anomalous behavior earlier this year that prompted Framer to activate this feature.

You're never going to catch up to my posting numbers, so don't even try.

Incredibly, I've never gotten that message. So, either moderators have special diplomatic immunity, or my posts are so carefully thought-out that they take longer than two minutes to write.
Originally posted by Ron Eggers:
....outrageous and anomalous....
Ron, you are starting to sound like Jackie Childs.

Time to break out the dictionary....

Sorry, Hobbes.

"Anomalous" became a favorite word while I was studying geology. Any time we found something in the field we didn't understand (and it happened a lot) we labeled it "Anomalous" and moved on.

There was usually a cold case of Shiner beer waiting back at camp, so we had to be efficient.

There are always plenty of things on The Grumble that I don't understand.
Thanks for 'splaining Ron. Shiner beer?

Is anomalous from the word Anamoly? Like what sometimes happens in my heat press?


[ 12-12-2003, 04:33 PM: Message edited by: Hobbes03 ]
If what happens in your heat press is abnormal, deviant or unexpected - yes.

Shiner beer is unpasteurized beer from Shiner, Texas. It's especially good with vanilla wafers dipped in spun honey, a combination that can sustain a high quality of life for several weeks.

Finding a Shiner bottle cap embedded in a Cretaceous fossil would be anomalous.
Originally posted by Ron Eggers:
If what happens in your heat press is abnormal, deviant or unexpected - yes.
That's what I thought.

Cretaceous, anamolous.....outrageous!