Subject: Re: SLACK termanology

Date: 01 Jan 1996 00:00:00 GMT

From: ghsst6+@pitt.edu (Geoffrey H Spear)

Organization: No Such Agency

Newsgroups: alt.slack

References: 1

 

 

[stolen either from an old alt.slack posting or the Holy Temple Of Mass

Consumption at UNC. I can't remember which.]

 

Slack is a warm puppy.

Slack is like a gigantic warm-fuzzy, wrapped around a steaming, bloody dagger.

Slack is like alt.sex, but without the calm, accepting charm.

Slack is what "Bob" brings to all of us.

Slack is in Dan Quayle. Slack is in COBOL. Slack is in the walking dead.

Slack is in really, really bad haiku.

William Shakespeare has slack. Dobobirds had slack, but they died.

Salack is slack mispelled.

Freud had no slack. Oral Roberts' only slack is in his name.

When you have slack, the world beats a path to your door, then ties you down

and licks warm mayonaisse off your nipples. When you have no slack, the

world beats you up, turtles piss on you, and big, ugly, hairy guys name

Bruno sodomize you repeatedly. Which is better? You be the judge.

This is not to say I have anything in particular against being sodomized

by big, ugly, hairy guys named Bruno. Hell, everyone needs a hobby.

It's just not for me. And I have no slack. So there.

Slack is warm and slippery. When you have lots of slack, it oozes out of

you, and lightly coats your floor, and sticks to your shoes.

Slack is in Hostess Twinkies.

Slack is in Plan Nine From Outer Space.

Slack is in The Witches.

Slack is not in Darkman.

Slack is really sort of sweet and Smurflike, and you want to love everything

and be sweet and buy carebears and then RIP THEIR HEADS OFF AN SHIT ON THEM

AND DESECRATE AND BURN THE LITTLE RATFUCKERS. Slack is full of

contradictions, and is good.

Slack is a warm puppy.

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hope this helps.

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