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January 25, 2007


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If you can't stand the heat, call Christopher Hitchens...

Maybe so, I have a feeling that his commitment is to free speech, but I could be wrong.

Sorry. A cheap shot is all I could afford. :-(

[Citizens] should be heated to an internal temperature of at least 165° F. Temperatures should be taken at the thickest portion of the carcass or part. Flesh should be tender: a fork should go easily to the bone. Juices should run clear, not pink. [Aliens] should be at least 180° F in the leg, and at least 165° F in the breasts. [All fools] must be heated as required to make them suitable for serving.

Very good, Mole. Any suggestions on how to stuff a citizen?

The true contours of the [citizen] are preserved by making a clay model, exactly duplicating the muscle structure, over an armature that includes the original skeleton or parts of it. A plaster mold is then made, from which is produced a light, durable frame that holds the skin in position. Synthetic materials, especially celluloids, are often used to reproduce the true color and translucence of such specimens as [aliens] and [fools].

Very life-like. Few wives would ever notice.

Just sit the Citizen down on the couch facing the television.

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