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Open Defence
Member since Oct-22-03
<WELECOME TO NERDISTAN!!!!!! where Mules Rule!!!>

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   Jun-15-20 jessicafischerqueen chessforum (replies)
Open Defence: <Boomie> coz the molls don't have bolls
   Jun-15-20 Open Defence chessforum (replies)
Open Defence: you both win a lifetime's supply of Mule rental coupons!
   May-22-20 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Open Defence: < HeMateMe: brits invented taxation without representation. We all know how well THAT turned out...> probably not much better than taxation with representation....
   May-22-20 S Hosea vs S Thomson, 2009 (replies)
Open Defence: just to clarify why I submitted this game to <> I thought the move 12.d6 was interesting If only blunder free games are to be submitted this site would have a lot less interesting games <IMHO>
   May-13-20 Linares (1983) (replies)
Open Defence: A good show by Tony Miles... we forget how strong a player he was too
   May-13-20 Sergei Vladimirovich Iskusnyh
Open Defence: Sergei Vladimirovich Iskusnyh born Sep 5 1974 awarded the IM title in 1995 and the GM title in the year 2000
   May-12-20 AylerKupp chessforum (replies)
   May-12-20 USSR Championship (1976) (replies)
Open Defence: <keypusher> thanks! for some reason I thought he migrated in the 1980s! now its clear!
   May-08-20 Anand vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2020 (replies)
Open Defence: <AylerKupp: > some commentators said engines have trouble finding <15.f5> not sure if that's actually the case and no idea what they are running and what hardware
   May-07-20 Hosea / Schiller / Wall vs Aylerkupp / Rybka, 2011 (replies)
Open Defence: <AylerKupp> I was looking at the game in which Rybka beat Critter and I must say 14.Rhb1 and 15.Ke1 is most interesting, it seems White managed to extract something from the opening in that game ...16..Qf5 might not have been the best,
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Jun-17-20  Boomie: ->

My Daddy was a donkey.
My Mama was a mare.
Don't ast me how that happened.
I don't wanna go there.
All the kids made fun of me
When I went to school.
I tole 'em "I's a donkey!"
But they knowed I was a mule.

Boomie Media Ltd.

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<Tim> top shelf poetrying!!

That is the Elizabethan Puyallup-Livestock variation of the sonnet, if I remember my maths correctly.

As you well know, this particular variation was made famous by George Husbandry in the pages of the "Washington State Screamer" during the late 16th century.

Jun-18-20  Boomie: <Jessikins: top shelf poetrying!!>

It's an excerpt from the Nerdistan national anthem.

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<Tim> That is shocking news!

Is there any chance we can gain access to the "full anthem" from <Deffi> without fear of copyright reprisals?

The more pertinent question would be "How good are <Deffi's> lawyers" amirite.

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<Tim> On a closely related note, I would like to celebrate the 18th day of the month in Nerdistan the way we do in Korea.

You see, in Korea the number 18 is pronounced "ship-pal."

Guess what the absolute worst swear word in Korea is.

Yes, "ship-bal."

During my 14 years in Korea, guess how many times I said "ship-bal" to my students whilst teaching "the numbers" in English.

I was addicted to the cheap laughs in Korea. And continue to be in Nerdistan.

Jun-18-20  Boomie: ->

Here is a photo smuggled out of Nerdistan showing a parade during the "Mule In Rouge" festival. Mules must wear lipstick during the 3 days of the holiday.

Jun-18-20  Boomie: <Jess the Facts: "ship gal">

OK. I will fall for your thinly veiled trap. What does "ship bal" mean?

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Yes I have heard sumptuous stories of the "Mule in Rouge" festival. If you are famous enough, you may attend. Nerdistan citizens still talk today about the wonder of <Ferris Muler's Gay Off>.

Jun-18-20  Boomie: <<Ferris Muler's Gay Off>>

His Sister Mary Discipline costume is a crowd favorite. His motto: "Nun but the brave"

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<Teem: Lingo-ethnographer>

As you already know, "the worst swear words" generally follow three themes. One of these three is normally dominant in any culture, with the possible exception of Nerdistan.

One is sacrilege. Example: in Quebec the three worst curses are all related to blasphemous misuse of Catholic items and ceremonies. Example the top three are "Chalice" "Tabernaque" and "Esti." The chalice from the last supper, the Tabernacle, and the Host from communion service. In Puyallup, we may be more familiar with the most amusing of these- in which the turkey's anus is called "Le nez Pap"- The Pope's nose. A divergent newcomer in modern times was eased in to the Quebec curse lexicon due to the happy accident of the word "Foque" meaning "seal." If you catch my drift.

The second category concerns bodily functions, which is most popular in Canamerica, as you already know.

The third category is matrilineal descent, or more loosely termed "Who you momma." This exists in places like Canamerica, but it's an outlier. In Korea, the predominant, and worse, curse words are about "Who you momma." Example: the two worst, and most frequently used, are "Si-bal" and "geh-seki." Both literally mean "you have a dog mother." You may recognize this from your home prefecture as "Son of a ____."

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This science should help explain:

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"Nun but the brave" heh

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  chancho: Fun in the sun, hon...
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Left thigh inner
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  saffuna: When Sears Point Raceway backed out of a free concert by the Rolling Stones (it was moved to Altamont), they put up these signs on the highway to inform fans who still came:


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  Tiggler: Tiggler: For all the old timers who gather here, I have nice little clip for encouragement:

I am really missing live music. All those fans celebrating ...

Jul-04-20  Boomie: ->

Madre de Dios! El Diablo Burro! The Devil Mule! Run!

You can tell by his red eyes and forked tail, he's up to no good.

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  technical draw: <Tiggler> Cool video. All puppetry though. The real dead play while the Grateful Dead take a break.
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Maybe this choon will make the mule kick at something:

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  Tiggler: Was Sister Sledge anything to do with Percy?

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