January 03, 2012
AnyNowhere — daily chat log — back (to logs index)
00:01, Cryoburner whispers: No, Ouch hasn't stopped by in some months.
02:37, E_net4 whispers: Oh Pelboheare, I almost died of laughter.
03:48, E_net4 meant: from laughter
03:48, E_net4> Right? Right.
03:48, E_net4> Allow me to go to sleep..
05:17, Malkom whispers: G'night, don't let the [redacted]s bite!
12:18, E_net4> :|
15:09, Valorin> I hate it when I see a .PDF/scholarly article that boils down to circular logic. :l
22:44, Logicalerror> I wanted to find Polonium and Radon on the internet...
22:45, Logicalerror whispers: But all I got was PoRn.
23:02, Neuzd whispers: "It has been estimated that a median lethal dose of 210Po is 0.089 micrograms"
23:03, E_net4> :|
23:04, Neuzd whispers: Polonium doesn't really sound like something one should be able to buy on the Internet.
23:07, Neuzd whispers: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Litvinenko_poisoning
23:08, Logicalerror whispers: Maybe I should just trust Malkom's Darcke Magick for my source of Polonium.
23:08, Logicalerror whispers: and while we're on dangerous chemicals here is a link i have to a site that researches one.
23:09, Logicalerror whispers: http://www.dhmo.org/
23:11, Logicalerror> What is Dihydrogen Monoxide Mary Lou?
23:11, Neuzd whispers: 13 ONLINE: 2 UNKNOWN. Hi there CIA agents.
23:11, Logicalerror whispers: I sholdn't have mentioned Radon :P
23:41, Serpens> Who is Marie Curie, Mary Lou?
23:41, Mary Lou> This aspect of her life and career is highlighted in Françoise Giroud's Marie Curie: A Life, which emphasizes Curie's role as a feminist precursor.
23:44, Serpens> Yeah! Who cares about two Nobel prizes, she was a FEMINIST!