Subject: Re: FAQ

From: (Nicole C. Michaud)

Stuart Andrew Smith ( wrote:
: I was just wondering if there is an FAQ for this group. Thanks.

NEVER. Just watch and learn.
*you have been blessed bt a communication from*
----UBERMistress Rev. Nickie

Subject: Re: FAQ
From: (NENSLO)

Stuart Andrew Smith ( wrote:
: I was just wondering if there is an FAQ for this group. Thanks.

I think that was it.


Subject: Re: FAQ
From: (John Hartman)

Stuart Andrew Smith ( wrote:
: I was just wondering if there is an FAQ for this group. Thanks.

You're a FAQ. We be Faqqing around here all day, all night. Damn it to
"Bob" but i need Slack. Oh, You're after Slack FAQs? Write your own,
that's a prime directive! Schizm Now! Virtual Church. Let your Kharma run
over your dogma. Let Bhagwans be Bhagwans. FAQ the World, brother. What
color is Pink?

Subject: Re: FAQ
From: (Matt Alexander)

>> I was just wondering if there is an FAQ for this group. Thanks.
>There isn't a "FAQ," but there's a FACK.

Nay not, there is neither FAQ nor FACK, but only SLAQ.

To get it, sneak outside when no ones looking, take the downtown bus, and
give an american dollar bill to the elderly man in the urine-scented
overcoat. Say nothing, you'll be contacted later.

-><- Matt Alexander, Discordian Spy "Chunga say: LIVE FOR FREE."

"Well, art is art, isn't it? Still, on the other hand, water is water!
And East is East and West is West and if you take cranberries and stew
them like applesauce they taste more like prunes than a rhubarb does.
Now, uh.. Now you tell me what you know." -Marx


Subject: Re: FAQ
From: (Video Jesus) (NENSLO) wrote:
: The Church of the SubGenius uses the "court jester" survival
: technique; if it's disguised as a foolish jest you can get away with stating
: the horrible facts and live to do it again tomorrow.

There's something really unique about the Way of the SubGenius. If there's
a Right-Handed Path and a Left-Handed Path, then the SubGenius follows the Pop-Fly-to-the-Center-Field Path. Every icon is sacred to the SubGenius and every icon must be smashed. Life is a contradiction and the SubGenius lives life to the fullest by training in absurd belief systems such as Secular-Pantheistic-Oxymoronic-Superstitious-Scepticism. It has been written: "Since religion and science are both equally valid, the answer
is ''Bob''."

This was hard for me to grasp at first, but then I noticed the little
disclaimer down at the bottom of the first page of _The_ _Book_ _of_
_the_ _SubGenius_. Right next to the FNORD, it says in fine print:

Sometimes communication must be made more complicated than
necessary in order to communicate certain dangerous truths.

Thus, the SubGenius sees the fallacy of Occam's Razor. Everything
is believable and everybody is right and nobody is wrong. If we all
pull the wool over our own eyes, then we won't have to spend our
lives living with horses like Jonathan Swift or tending our own
gardens like the Frenchman Voltaire.

Or kill me.

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Subject: Re: FAQ (Online Pamphlet Pyroflatufaxed at YOU
From: (That Pope-Hatted Man) (Nicole C. Michaud) writes:
:Stuart Andrew Smith ( wrote:
:: I was just wondering if there is an FAQ for this group. Thanks.
:NEVER. Just watch and learn.
:*you have been blessed by a communication from*
:----UBERMistress Rev. Nickie

Hey. Maybe this guy is some sorta POTENTIAL CO-PERVERT!
Are all you people just gonna sit there and let a POCOPERVERT
and his Psyntench drenched ONE DOLLAR escape us? Give him
a *taste*, dudes. How do you know he's not a Latent SubGenius?
Maybe this fellow is LONGING for Slack, but knows not yet what
it *is*? And isn't the ONLINE PAMPHLET mostly questions anyway?

By "Bob", must I do the dirty work? Must *I* turn over the
rock? YES, I WILL!!! Now where are my files?

#683. Inactivity. -- N. inactivity; inaction &c. 681; inertness &c.
172; obstinacy &c. 606.
lull &c. (cessation) 142; quiescence &c. 265; rust, rustiness.
idleness, remissness &c. adj.; sloth, indolence, indiligence; dawdling
&c. v. ergophobia, otiosity.
dullness &c. adj.; languor; segnity|, segnitude|; lentor; sluggishness
&c. (slowness) 275; procrastination &c. (delay) 133; torpor, torpidity,
torpescence; stupor &c. (insensibility) 823; somnolence; drowsiness &c.
adj.; nodding &c. v.; oscitation, oscitancy; pandiculation, bypnotism,
lethargy; statuvolence heaviness, heavy eyelids.
sleep, slumber; sound sleep, heavy sleep, balmy sleep; Morpheus;
Somnus; coma, trance, ecstasis, dream, hibernation, nap, doze, snooze,
siesta, wink of sleep, forty winks, snore; hypnology.
dull work; pottering; relaxation &c. (loosening) 47; Castle of
[Cause of inactivity] lullaby, sedative &c. 174; torpedo.
idler, drone, droil, dawdle, mopus; do-little faineant, dummy,
sleeping partner; afternoon farmer; truant &c. (runaway) 623: bummer [U.S],
lounger, lazzarone, loafer; lubber, lubbard; slow coach &c. (slow.) 275;
opium eater, lotus eater; slug; lag, sluggard; slumberer, dormouse, marmot;
waiter on Providence, fruges consumere natus.
V. be inactive &c. adj.; do nothing &c. 681; move slowly &c. 275; let
the grass grow under one's feet; take one's time, dawdle, drawl, droil,
lag, hang back, slouch; loll, lollop; lounge, poke, loaf, loiter; go to
sleep over; sleep at one's post, ne battre que d'une aile.
take it easy, take things as they come; lead an easy life, vegetate,
swim with the stream, eat the bread of idleness; loll in the lap of luxury,
loll in the lap of indolence; waste time, consume time, kill time, lose
time; burn daylight, waste the precious hours.
idle away time, trifle away time, fritter away time, fool away time;
spend time in, take time in; peddle, piddle; potter, pudder, dabb.
le, faddle
fribble, fiddle-faddle; dally, dilly-dally.
sleep, slumber, be asleep; hibernate; oversleep; sleep like a top,
sleep like a log, sleep like a dormouse; sleep soundly, heavily; doze,
drowze, snooze, nap; take a nap &c. n.; dream; snore one's best, settle to
sleep, go to sleep, go off to sleep; drop off; fall asleep; drop asleep;
close the eyes, seal up the eyes, seal up eyelids; weigh down the eyelids;
get sleep, nod, yawn; go to bed, turn.
languish, expend itself, flag, hang fire; relax.
render idle &c. adj.; sluggardize; mitigate &c. 174.
Adj. inactive; motionless &c. 265; unoccupied &c. (doing nothing) 681
indolent, lazy, slothful, idle, lusk, remiss, [7mslack[m, inert, torpid,
sluggish, otiose, languid, supine, heavy, dull, leaden, lumpisb; exanimate,
soulless; listless; drony, dronish; lazy as Ludlam's dog.
dilatory, laggard; lagging &c. v.; slow &c. 275; rusty, flagging;
lackadaisical, maudlin, fiddle-faddle; pottering &c. v.;shilly-shally &c.
(irresolute) 605.
sleeping, &c. v.; asleep; fast asleep, dead asleep, sound asleep; in a
sound sleep; sound as a top, dormant, comatose; in the arms of Morpheus, in
the lap of Morpheus.
sleepy, sleepful; dozy, drowsy, somnolent, torpescent, lethargic,
lethargical; somnifacient; statuvolent, statuvolic; heavy, heavy with
sleep; napping; somnific, somniferous; soporous, soporific, soporiferous;
hypnotic; balmy, dreamy; unawakened, unawakened.
sedative &c. 174.
Adv. inactively &c. adj.; at leisure &c. 685.
Phr. the eyes begin to draw straws; "bankrupt of life yet prodigal of
ease" [Dryden]; " better 50 years of Europe than a cycle of Cathay"
[Tennyson]; "idly busy rolls their world away [Goldsmith]; "the mystery of
folded sleep" [Tennyson]; "the timely dew of sleep" [Milton]; "thou
driftest gently down the tides of sleep" [Longfellow]; "tired Nature's
sweet restorer, balmy sleep" [Young].
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