that's what they said

Jenny was boring, and she made some stupid mistakes. She said she grabbed her titties while she was slowly riding my huge ____. I don’t have a huge ____. I do in R[eal]L[ife], but on S[econd]L[ife] I want to experience life with a normal-sized ____. It’s another case of a girl just saying something unrelated to what’s going on, thinking it will turn the guy on.

"Being able to 'think out of the box' presupposes that you were able to think in it."
-Robert A. Lutz, vice-chairman, GM

A recent conversation went:
Her: I know what you're thinking
Me: What am I thinking?
Her: You're thinking about my boobs.
Me: Right. Now what am I thinking?
Her: About wanting to have sex with me.
Me: Got me there. Now what?
Her: About wanting to have sex with that redhead over there.
Me: You should get a psychic hot line. Now what am I thinking?
Her: About wanting to have sex with me and that redhead together.
Me: This is uncanny. Now what?
Her: About wanting to have sex with me and that redhead together and we're... No, stop thinking that, it's not going to happen ever.

Further to your invitatation to submit personal views about BBC programmes I would like to offer the following critique.
I prefer to watch non-commercial channels and do not want the type of thing pay-per-view put out. To me quality, not quantity is paramount. My typical choice consists:
The News, Panorama, Match of the Day, Antiques Roadshow or similar, The Nature Programmes on BBC2, Newsnight, Question Time, Timewatch and similar.
I dislike and will not watch Lottery Jet Set and consider it utter rubbish. I am not prepred to wait around for the lottery results and will go elsewhwere - such as their web site. But it would be more convenient to have the results, just, without having to wait till after the later news. I know they are shown at the end of the programme, but not displayed for long enough. I pay for a licence and a service and this smacks of cheap dealing.
Generally on BBC these days there is too much apeing of the worst of commercial TV. We get the worst traits: poor quality, gratuitous bad language and violence, and poorly simulated sex (and that doesn't mean I want the real thing either). ITV's 'Foyles War' is the sort of thing I would like to see BBC doing more of.
Radio wise I listen a lot to Radios 3 and 4 , both of which are excellent (although the feedback is sometimes poor). Why can't BBC TV be of the same high standard as these programmes?
Paul Taylor,

This is exactly how the World Wide Web works: the HTML files are the pithy description on the paper tape, and your Web browser is Ronald Reagan.

The blinking twelve problem has moved on to plague other technologies.

When you install multimedia support in Ubuntu [linux], it has a default setting of 'don't really work properly'

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