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Josh-D. S. Davis

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Pyoority Test
Josh 201604 KWP
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OK, so this came up in conversation with a friend today.

Who here has not heard of the purity test?
Who has not taken the purity test?
If you have taken it, which version(s) and which do you prefer?
(I always thought the 500q was a nice compromise and pretty realistic.)

Did anyone ever see the "Sexual Harrassment Consent Form"
(I know I made one in the late 80s, early 90s, but I found one on a BBS file list from 1976)?

All of the other, tangental questions I have seem to actually be part of or fit in with mikilou's impending post.
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You DO know we're HUNDREDS of miles from anywhere that it could have touched down, right?

Once it edged inland, it go caught and pulled in. As the eyewall hit land, and as it moved inland, the storm shrunk, until the dead body of Rita had made it up to where it's arms had reached.

Rita, herself, never really made it much past Tyler. If she'd cut through Houston, she could have gotten to us, but only if she'd still been high-end Cat-5, and even then, she'd likely not even have been Cat-1 by the time she made it to us.

But, you know, good to be prepared. I figured I could tap into our water heater drain valve and pull 40 or 50 gallons from there if we lost water, but that would imply our tower being toppled. Most of our water infractructure is underground and comes from fairly local sources.

I need to get new batteries for my UPS though. We lose power in heavy storm. Distribution is underground, but long-haul still comes up for substations.

Of course I realized that, but a little over a year ago, we were without power for about a week at our house in S Arl. And Robert told me it was gonna still be a cat 1 when it hit, so...better safe than sorry. I figured the water was overkill, since we still had water when we did not have elec., but, y'know, kinda like that "get me boiling water and towels" thing when someone goes into labor. I.e., busywork and overkill prep.

Ohh. You're near I20, huh? Yah.. see, yah... tornado alley. All the tropical remnants cut through there.

I like being sorry. It's better than safe. Because it proves to me that sometimes, just once in a while, I have no clue. I forget this because I'm really good at making things up that happen to make sense and often times will turn out to be true.

Really "dumb" luck, huh? And yes, RIGHT by I20. Scary when there's storms, but kinda cool to watch. I love being out in the rain and wind. Stupid, but fascinating.

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