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Old 23-11-2004, 11:56 PM
cashier of cinema
 
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Default what would you request if you had to go off into space for a yr?

suppose they wanna send you out into space for 3 urs.
the spaceship is the size of large living room where you must eat,
sleep, read, etc. there are separate compartments for showering and
peeooing.

it's gonna be a bummer, out in space and isolated from rest of
mankind.
however, you get to request 3 yr supply of anything you want plus one
companion and two animals for the trip. after the trip is over, you
have to give up whatever still remains, so no sense is asking for
diamonds and gold. it's gotta be stuff you can use. by the way, the
high-tech storage room can preserve fresh fruits and veggies and such.

my choices:

co-astronaut of choice: winona ryder

pets of choice: a dog and pig

1000 sirloin steaks.
500 lbs of beef ribs(i prefer pork but i don't eat the noble hog)
400 lbs of 90% lean ground beef
10 legs of lamb
30 corned beef
50 skirt steaks
30 packs of vienna beef hotdogs
50 trouts
20 catfish
20 red snappers
50 giant crabs
100 lobsters
1000 shrimps
300 crawfish
50 chicken
300 fresh oysters
3 turkeys
10 cans of caviar(cuz i never tried em)

1000 lbs of potatoes
500 heads of lettuce
3000 tomatoes
5000 mushrooms
1000 cucumbers
20 jars of kosher pickles
50 jars of olives


500 lbs of flour
200 loaves of bread
200 bagels
200 croissants
200 italian bread
30 boxes of oatmeal
100 boxes of frosted shredded wheat

50 apple pies
20 pumpkin pies
10 cans of whipcream
6 birthday cakes
300 donuts

3 cans of coffee
1000 packs of green tea

20 lbs of salt
500 lbs of sugar
50 jars of honey

100 gallons of milk
2000 containers of yogurt

10,000 cans of hogfood
7000 cans of dogfood
50 bags of supersize dry hogfood
20 bags of supersize dry dogfood

.... to continue...





p.s. can you imagine a zero gravity shower? that'd be cool! the water
would shoot out at you, float and splatter all over the place and be
sucked thru vacuum holes in the wall.

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Old 24-11-2004, 01:30 AM
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cashier of cinema wrote:

suppose they wanna send you out into space for 3 urs.
the spaceship is the size of large living room where you must eat,
sleep, read, etc. there are separate compartments for showering and
peeooing.

it's gonna be a bummer, out in space and isolated from rest of
mankind.
however, you get to request 3 yr supply of anything you want plus one
companion and two animals for the trip. after the trip is over, you
have to give up whatever still remains, so no sense is asking for
diamonds and gold. it's gotta be stuff you can use. by the way, the
high-tech storage room can preserve fresh fruits and veggies and such.

my choices:

co-astronaut of choice: winona ryder


Lessee; 3 years = 1000 days (close enough) X 2 for both people = 2K
man-days. Figure 2000 cal/day/person

pets of choice: a dog and pig

1000 sirloin steaks.


One per day. Assuming 8 ounces per, 500 pounds beef=455,868 calories.
This is enough caloric content for 227 man-days.

500 lbs of beef ribs(i prefer pork but i don't eat the noble hog)


442,260 calories is for 221 man-days. (448 so far)

400 lbs of 90% lean ground beef


319,334 cal - good for 159 man-days (607 so far)

10 legs of lamb


10 boneless legs @ 6 lb each = 37,558 cal or 18 man-days (625 so far)

30 corned beef


We're going for briskets here because I like them better. Figure 5
pounds each for whole briskets = 134,719 cal or 67 m-d (692)

50 skirt steaks


Assuming 8 ounces per = 23,134 cal or 11 m-d (703)

We're six items into this list and already 1/3 of the way to all the
calories needed for the entire journey. Given no gravity, that would
reduce the caloric needs a good deal. Waaaaaay too much stuff to eat.

Have you ever tried to housebreak a pig?

I think you'd need several more passengers to consume what's here.

Pastorio

30 packs of vienna beef hotdogs
50 trouts
20 catfish
20 red snappers
50 giant crabs
100 lobsters
1000 shrimps
300 crawfish
50 chicken
300 fresh oysters
3 turkeys
10 cans of caviar(cuz i never tried em)

1000 lbs of potatoes


A pound a day? Every day?

500 heads of lettuce
3000 tomatoes
5000 mushrooms
1000 cucumbers
20 jars of kosher pickles
50 jars of olives


500 lbs of flour
200 loaves of bread
200 bagels
200 croissants
200 italian bread
30 boxes of oatmeal
100 boxes of frosted shredded wheat

50 apple pies
20 pumpkin pies
10 cans of whipcream
6 birthday cakes
300 donuts

3 cans of coffee
1000 packs of green tea

20 lbs of salt
500 lbs of sugar
50 jars of honey

100 gallons of milk
2000 containers of yogurt

10,000 cans of hogfood
7000 cans of dogfood
50 bags of supersize dry hogfood
20 bags of supersize dry dogfood

... to continue...

p.s. can you imagine a zero gravity shower? that'd be cool! the water
would shoot out at you, float and splatter all over the place and be
sucked thru vacuum holes in the wall.


Zero-grav showers as described would drown you in short order and/or
foul all the machinery and electronics in the ship.. That's why
astronauts "shower" in a bag that keeps the water from flying around.

Zero-grav sex would be a problem, though. No gravity to hold you down
to the bed; all Newtonian physics, all the time. Action (you) reaction
(her flying across the room). Like Dolphins, you'd benefit from
helping hands to keep you, er, connected.

http://www.rfreitas.com/Astro/SexxxInSpace.htm
http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,39977,00.html?tw=wn_story_related
http://www.cosmographica.com/gallery/portfolio/portfolio201/pages/209-NASASutra.htm

Pastorio

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Old 24-11-2004, 01:30 AM
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cashier of cinema wrote:

suppose they wanna send you out into space for 3 urs.
the spaceship is the size of large living room where you must eat,
sleep, read, etc. there are separate compartments for showering and
peeooing.

it's gonna be a bummer, out in space and isolated from rest of
mankind.
however, you get to request 3 yr supply of anything you want plus one
companion and two animals for the trip. after the trip is over, you
have to give up whatever still remains, so no sense is asking for
diamonds and gold. it's gotta be stuff you can use. by the way, the
high-tech storage room can preserve fresh fruits and veggies and such.

my choices:

co-astronaut of choice: winona ryder


Lessee; 3 years = 1000 days (close enough) X 2 for both people = 2K
man-days. Figure 2000 cal/day/person

pets of choice: a dog and pig

1000 sirloin steaks.


One per day. Assuming 8 ounces per, 500 pounds beef=455,868 calories.
This is enough caloric content for 227 man-days.

500 lbs of beef ribs(i prefer pork but i don't eat the noble hog)


442,260 calories is for 221 man-days. (448 so far)

400 lbs of 90% lean ground beef


319,334 cal - good for 159 man-days (607 so far)

10 legs of lamb


10 boneless legs @ 6 lb each = 37,558 cal or 18 man-days (625 so far)

30 corned beef


We're going for briskets here because I like them better. Figure 5
pounds each for whole briskets = 134,719 cal or 67 m-d (692)

50 skirt steaks


Assuming 8 ounces per = 23,134 cal or 11 m-d (703)

We're six items into this list and already 1/3 of the way to all the
calories needed for the entire journey. Given no gravity, that would
reduce the caloric needs a good deal. Waaaaaay too much stuff to eat.

Have you ever tried to housebreak a pig?

I think you'd need several more passengers to consume what's here.

Pastorio

30 packs of vienna beef hotdogs
50 trouts
20 catfish
20 red snappers
50 giant crabs
100 lobsters
1000 shrimps
300 crawfish
50 chicken
300 fresh oysters
3 turkeys
10 cans of caviar(cuz i never tried em)

1000 lbs of potatoes


A pound a day? Every day?

500 heads of lettuce
3000 tomatoes
5000 mushrooms
1000 cucumbers
20 jars of kosher pickles
50 jars of olives


500 lbs of flour
200 loaves of bread
200 bagels
200 croissants
200 italian bread
30 boxes of oatmeal
100 boxes of frosted shredded wheat

50 apple pies
20 pumpkin pies
10 cans of whipcream
6 birthday cakes
300 donuts

3 cans of coffee
1000 packs of green tea

20 lbs of salt
500 lbs of sugar
50 jars of honey

100 gallons of milk
2000 containers of yogurt

10,000 cans of hogfood
7000 cans of dogfood
50 bags of supersize dry hogfood
20 bags of supersize dry dogfood

... to continue...

p.s. can you imagine a zero gravity shower? that'd be cool! the water
would shoot out at you, float and splatter all over the place and be
sucked thru vacuum holes in the wall.


Zero-grav showers as described would drown you in short order and/or
foul all the machinery and electronics in the ship.. That's why
astronauts "shower" in a bag that keeps the water from flying around.

Zero-grav sex would be a problem, though. No gravity to hold you down
to the bed; all Newtonian physics, all the time. Action (you) reaction
(her flying across the room). Like Dolphins, you'd benefit from
helping hands to keep you, er, connected.

http://www.rfreitas.com/Astro/SexxxInSpace.htm
http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,39977,00.html?tw=wn_story_related
http://www.cosmographica.com/gallery/portfolio/portfolio201/pages/209-NASASutra.htm

Pastorio

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Old 24-11-2004, 04:05 AM
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cashier of cinema wrote:

suppose they wanna send you out into space for 3 urs.
the spaceship is the size of large living room where you must eat,
sleep, read, etc. there are separate compartments for showering and
peeooing.

it's gonna be a bummer, out in space and isolated from rest of
mankind.
however, you get to request 3 yr supply of anything you want plus one
companion and two animals for the trip. after the trip is over, you
have to give up whatever still remains, so no sense is asking for
diamonds and gold. it's gotta be stuff you can use. by the way, the
high-tech storage room can preserve fresh fruits and veggies and such.

my choices:

co-astronaut of choice: winona ryder

^^^^^^^^^^^^

Big mistake. She'd find a way to steal everything on the ship.


JB
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Old 24-11-2004, 04:42 AM
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cashier of cinema wrote:
suppose they wanna send you out into space for 3 urs.
the spaceship is the size of large living room where you must eat,
sleep, read, etc. there are separate compartments for showering and
peeooing.

it's gonna be a bummer, out in space and isolated from rest of
mankind.
however, you get to request 3 yr supply of anything you want plus one
companion and two animals for the trip. after the trip is over, you
have to give up whatever still remains, so no sense is asking for
diamonds and gold. it's gotta be stuff you can use. by the way, the
high-tech storage room can preserve fresh fruits and veggies and such.

my choices:



What, no water other than for ****ing and showering? Whatcha going to
use for the coffee and tea? Boiling?


jim


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Old 24-11-2004, 05:07 AM
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cashier of cinema wrote:

suppose they wanna send you out into space for 3 urs.
the spaceship is the size of large living room where you must eat,
sleep, read, etc. there are separate compartments for showering and
peeooing.

it's gonna be a bummer, out in space and isolated from rest of
mankind.
however, you get to request 3 yr supply of anything you want plus one
companion and two animals for the trip. after the trip is over, you
have to give up whatever still remains, so no sense is asking for
diamonds and gold. it's gotta be stuff you can use. by the way, the
high-tech storage room can preserve fresh fruits and veggies and such.

my choices:

co-astronaut of choice: winona ryder

pets of choice: a dog and pig

1000 sirloin steaks.
500 lbs of beef ribs(i prefer pork but i don't eat the noble hog)
400 lbs of 90% lean ground beef
10 legs of lamb
30 corned beef
50 skirt steaks
30 packs of vienna beef hotdogs
50 trouts
20 catfish
20 red snappers
50 giant crabs
100 lobsters
1000 shrimps
300 crawfish
50 chicken
300 fresh oysters
3 turkeys
10 cans of caviar(cuz i never tried em)

1000 lbs of potatoes
500 heads of lettuce
3000 tomatoes
5000 mushrooms
1000 cucumbers
20 jars of kosher pickles
50 jars of olives


500 lbs of flour
200 loaves of bread
200 bagels
200 croissants
200 italian bread
30 boxes of oatmeal
100 boxes of frosted shredded wheat

50 apple pies
20 pumpkin pies
10 cans of whipcream
6 birthday cakes
300 donuts

3 cans of coffee
1000 packs of green tea

20 lbs of salt
500 lbs of sugar
50 jars of honey

100 gallons of milk
2000 containers of yogurt

10,000 cans of hogfood
7000 cans of dogfood
50 bags of supersize dry hogfood
20 bags of supersize dry dogfood

... to continue...





p.s. can you imagine a zero gravity shower? that'd be cool! the water
would shoot out at you, float and splatter all over the place and be
sucked thru vacuum holes in the wall.



What! No Miracle Whip?

(have you considered how many cubic feet of storage space you'll need
for all that, and how much space is left in your living room?)

Bob
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"cashier of cinema" wrote in message
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suppose they wanna send you out into space for 3 urs.
the spaceship is the size of large living room where you must eat,
sleep, read, etc. there are separate compartments for showering and
peeooing.

it's gonna be a bummer, out in space and isolated from rest of
mankind.
however, you get to request 3 yr supply of anything you want plus one
companion and two animals for the trip. after the trip is over, you
have to give up whatever still remains, so no sense is asking for
diamonds and gold. it's gotta be stuff you can use. by the way, the
high-tech storage room can preserve fresh fruits and veggies and such.

my choices:

co-astronaut of choice: winona ryder

pets of choice: a dog and pig

1000 sirloin steaks.
500 lbs of beef ribs(i prefer pork but i don't eat the noble hog)
400 lbs of 90% lean ground beef
10 legs of lamb
30 corned beef
50 skirt steaks
30 packs of vienna beef hotdogs
50 trouts
20 catfish
20 red snappers
50 giant crabs
100 lobsters
1000 shrimps
300 crawfish
50 chicken
300 fresh oysters
3 turkeys
10 cans of caviar(cuz i never tried em)

1000 lbs of potatoes
500 heads of lettuce
3000 tomatoes
5000 mushrooms
1000 cucumbers
20 jars of kosher pickles
50 jars of olives


500 lbs of flour
200 loaves of bread
200 bagels
200 croissants
200 italian bread
30 boxes of oatmeal
100 boxes of frosted shredded wheat

50 apple pies
20 pumpkin pies
10 cans of whipcream
6 birthday cakes
300 donuts

3 cans of coffee
1000 packs of green tea

20 lbs of salt
500 lbs of sugar
50 jars of honey

100 gallons of milk
2000 containers of yogurt

10,000 cans of hogfood
7000 cans of dogfood
50 bags of supersize dry hogfood
20 bags of supersize dry dogfood

... to continue...





p.s. can you imagine a zero gravity shower? that'd be cool! the water
would shoot out at you, float and splatter all over the place and be
sucked thru vacuum holes in the wall.



0. Ignoring a few of the rules you've set forth
1. Waiter's on Wheels three times a day with the tip taken care of. I don't
care how much it costs for the ferry service from Earth.
2. Baklava, a lot of Baklava.
3. Chili, all types, and a beautiful bathroom and ventilation system too...
4. Absolute guarantee that the space aliens are NOT going to kidnap me for
their zoo of pain. This may be more important than the catered meals from
earth.
5. All the people I've ever met are cloned and visit from time to time all
convinced that meeting me is the greatest honor of their lives and they are
inconsolably sad when I send them away...


You, you are not going to give this to my court appointed shrink are you?


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(cashier of cinema) wrote in message . com...
suppose they wanna send you out into space for 3 urs.
the spaceship is the size of large living room where you must eat,
sleep, read, etc. there are separate compartments for showering and
peeooing.

it's gonna be a bummer, out in space and isolated from rest of
mankind.
however, you get to request 3 yr supply of anything you want plus one
companion and two animals for the trip. after the trip is over, you
have to give up whatever still remains, so no sense is asking for
diamonds and gold. it's gotta be stuff you can use. by the way, the
high-tech storage room can preserve fresh fruits and veggies and such.

my choices:

co-astronaut of choice: winona ryder

pets of choice: a dog and pig

1000 sirloin steaks.
500 lbs of beef ribs(i prefer pork but i don't eat the noble hog)
400 lbs of 90% lean ground beef
10 legs of lamb
30 corned beef
50 skirt steaks
30 packs of vienna beef hotdogs
50 trouts
20 catfish
20 red snappers
50 giant crabs
100 lobsters
1000 shrimps
300 crawfish
50 chicken
300 fresh oysters
3 turkeys
10 cans of caviar(cuz i never tried em)

1000 lbs of potatoes
500 heads of lettuce
3000 tomatoes
5000 mushrooms
1000 cucumbers
20 jars of kosher pickles
50 jars of olives


500 lbs of flour
200 loaves of bread
200 bagels
200 croissants
200 italian bread
30 boxes of oatmeal
100 boxes of frosted shredded wheat

50 apple pies
20 pumpkin pies
10 cans of whipcream
6 birthday cakes
300 donuts

3 cans of coffee
1000 packs of green tea

20 lbs of salt
500 lbs of sugar
50 jars of honey

100 gallons of milk
2000 containers of yogurt

10,000 cans of hogfood
7000 cans of dogfood
50 bags of supersize dry hogfood
20 bags of supersize dry dogfood

... to continue...


100 cases of 24/pack diet coke
100 cases of 24/pack 7up
10 cases of beer
20 bottles of red wine
5 bottles of white wine

50 lbs of scallops
100 squids
100 octopuses
one giant tuna

100 pineapples
500 apples
500 peaches
500 bananas
500 apricots
500 pears

100 green peppers
50 red peppers
500 serrano peppers
200 jalapeno peppers

2 lbs of paprika
2 lbs of oregano
2 lbs of basil
1 lb of parsley flakes

100 cloves of garlic
500 onions
500 scallions

50 flounders
100 filet sandwiches


more to come...







p.s. can you imagine a zero gravity shower? that'd be cool! the water
would shoot out at you, float and splatter all over the place and be
sucked thru vacuum holes in the wall.

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(cashier of cinema) wrote in message . com...
suppose they wanna send you out into space for 3 urs.
the spaceship is the size of large living room where you must eat,
sleep, read, etc. there are separate compartments for showering and
peeooing.

it's gonna be a bummer, out in space and isolated from rest of
mankind.
however, you get to request 3 yr supply of anything you want plus one
companion and two animals for the trip. after the trip is over, you
have to give up whatever still remains, so no sense is asking for
diamonds and gold. it's gotta be stuff you can use. by the way, the
high-tech storage room can preserve fresh fruits and veggies and such.

my choices:

co-astronaut of choice: winona ryder

pets of choice: a dog and pig

1000 sirloin steaks.
500 lbs of beef ribs(i prefer pork but i don't eat the noble hog)
400 lbs of 90% lean ground beef
10 legs of lamb
30 corned beef
50 skirt steaks
30 packs of vienna beef hotdogs
50 trouts
20 catfish
20 red snappers
50 giant crabs
100 lobsters
1000 shrimps
300 crawfish
50 chicken
300 fresh oysters
3 turkeys
10 cans of caviar(cuz i never tried em)

1000 lbs of potatoes
500 heads of lettuce
3000 tomatoes
5000 mushrooms
1000 cucumbers
20 jars of kosher pickles
50 jars of olives


500 lbs of flour
200 loaves of bread
200 bagels
200 croissants
200 italian bread
30 boxes of oatmeal
100 boxes of frosted shredded wheat

50 apple pies
20 pumpkin pies
10 cans of whipcream
6 birthday cakes
300 donuts

3 cans of coffee
1000 packs of green tea

20 lbs of salt
500 lbs of sugar
50 jars of honey

100 gallons of milk
2000 containers of yogurt

10,000 cans of hogfood
7000 cans of dogfood
50 bags of supersize dry hogfood
20 bags of supersize dry dogfood

... to continue...


100 cases of 24/pack diet coke
100 cases of 24/pack 7up
10 cases of beer
20 bottles of red wine
5 bottles of white wine

50 lbs of scallops
100 squids
100 octopuses
one giant tuna

100 pineapples
500 apples
500 peaches
500 bananas
500 apricots
500 pears

100 green peppers
50 red peppers
500 serrano peppers
200 jalapeno peppers

2 lbs of paprika
2 lbs of oregano
2 lbs of basil
1 lb of parsley flakes

100 cloves of garlic
500 onions
500 scallions

50 flounders
100 filet sandwiches


more to come...







p.s. can you imagine a zero gravity shower? that'd be cool! the water
would shoot out at you, float and splatter all over the place and be
sucked thru vacuum holes in the wall.

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Old 24-11-2004, 07:45 AM
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Beer and wine, since the first request an alien might have could be, "Take
me to your litre."

"cashier of cinema" wrote in message
om...
suppose they wanna send you out into space for 3 urs.
the spaceship is the size of large living room where you must eat,
sleep, read, etc. there are separate compartments for showering and
peeooing.

it's gonna be a bummer, out in space and isolated from rest of
mankind.
however, you get to request 3 yr supply of anything you want plus one
companion and two animals for the trip. after the trip is over, you
have to give up whatever still remains, so no sense is asking for
diamonds and gold. it's gotta be stuff you can use. by the way, the
high-tech storage room can preserve fresh fruits and veggies and such.

my choices:

co-astronaut of choice: winona ryder

pets of choice: a dog and pig

1000 sirloin steaks.
500 lbs of beef ribs(i prefer pork but i don't eat the noble hog)
400 lbs of 90% lean ground beef
10 legs of lamb
30 corned beef
50 skirt steaks
30 packs of vienna beef hotdogs
50 trouts
20 catfish
20 red snappers
50 giant crabs
100 lobsters
1000 shrimps
300 crawfish
50 chicken
300 fresh oysters
3 turkeys
10 cans of caviar(cuz i never tried em)

1000 lbs of potatoes
500 heads of lettuce
3000 tomatoes
5000 mushrooms
1000 cucumbers
20 jars of kosher pickles
50 jars of olives


500 lbs of flour
200 loaves of bread
200 bagels
200 croissants
200 italian bread
30 boxes of oatmeal
100 boxes of frosted shredded wheat

50 apple pies
20 pumpkin pies
10 cans of whipcream
6 birthday cakes
300 donuts

3 cans of coffee
1000 packs of green tea

20 lbs of salt
500 lbs of sugar
50 jars of honey

100 gallons of milk
2000 containers of yogurt

10,000 cans of hogfood
7000 cans of dogfood
50 bags of supersize dry hogfood
20 bags of supersize dry dogfood

... to continue...





p.s. can you imagine a zero gravity shower? that'd be cool! the water
would shoot out at you, float and splatter all over the place and be
sucked thru vacuum holes in the wall.



0. Ignoring a few of the rules you've set forth
1. Waiter's on Wheels three times a day with the tip taken care of. I
don't care how much it costs for the ferry service from Earth.
2. Baklava, a lot of Baklava.
3. Chili, all types, and a beautiful bathroom and ventilation system
too...
4. Absolute guarantee that the space aliens are NOT going to kidnap me for
their zoo of pain. This may be more important than the catered meals from
earth.
5. All the people I've ever met are cloned and visit from time to time all
convinced that meeting me is the greatest honor of their lives and they
are inconsolably sad when I send them away...


You, you are not going to give this to my court appointed shrink are you?





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Old 24-11-2004, 07:02 PM
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cashier of cinema wrote:

suppose they wanna send you out into space for 3 urs.


I don't know how long exactly an "ur" is, but I wouldn't mind if they
send you out into space for any length of time.


--
Nicolai Zwar
http://www.nicolaizwar.com
"Do not spare them; put to death men and women, children and infants,
cattle and sheep, camels and donkeys." (Yahweh, apparently throwing one
of his tantrums.)

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cashier of cinema wrote:

suppose they wanna send you out into space for 3 urs.


I don't know how long exactly an "ur" is, but I wouldn't mind if they
send you out into space for any length of time.


--
Nicolai Zwar
http://www.nicolaizwar.com
"Do not spare them; put to death men and women, children and infants,
cattle and sheep, camels and donkeys." (Yahweh, apparently throwing one
of his tantrums.)

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Old 24-11-2004, 07:53 PM
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cashier of cinema wrote:
CLIP


pets of choice: a dog and pig


A spaceship full of pigshit - thanks for the image; I probably wouldn't
have considered a pig sty in freefall without your remarkable input.

CLIP

p.s. can you imagine a zero gravity shower? that'd be cool! the water
would shoot out at you, float and splatter all over the place and be
sucked thru vacuum holes in the wall.


I gather you don't know that you don't HAVE to imagine this - you can
just go over to the Smithsonian A&S and examine a actual functional zero
gravity shower? And toilet? But no pigshit. Can't have everything -
something must be left to the imagination.
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Old 24-11-2004, 07:53 PM
lal_truckee
 
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cashier of cinema wrote:
CLIP


pets of choice: a dog and pig


A spaceship full of pigshit - thanks for the image; I probably wouldn't
have considered a pig sty in freefall without your remarkable input.

CLIP

p.s. can you imagine a zero gravity shower? that'd be cool! the water
would shoot out at you, float and splatter all over the place and be
sucked thru vacuum holes in the wall.


I gather you don't know that you don't HAVE to imagine this - you can
just go over to the Smithsonian A&S and examine a actual functional zero
gravity shower? And toilet? But no pigshit. Can't have everything -
something must be left to the imagination.
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Old 24-11-2004, 09:44 PM
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I'd ask for a very long postponement....

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