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12:10 AM
excuse ;P
 
@Zyerah You can't handle that flag....
 
1:05 AM
@Catija It's too late! It's already handled! Mwahahaha!
 
Blast!
 
 
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4:34 AM
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Q: Help finding 70s-80s sci-fi smut-ish book

AndonRecently I remembered a book that I had a hilarious encounter with when I was younger. Read the blurb on the back, grabbed it, and brought it to school in middle school. It was effectively a Sci-Fi smut story (And the school was a religious school). And from what I remember it wasn't even writte...

 
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Q: I'd like to find a particular book about Pearl Harbor

WGroleauI was browsing through a library, and a book caught my eye. I pulled it out to look, and the opening paragraph was so stupid that I immediately put it back. I went back a few weeks later because I wanted to show someone else this amazing thing. :-) But it wasn't there. The book was about Pea...

 
 
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7:26 AM
@Riker I think I was asleep by then
 
 
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11:28 AM
@Mithrandir Worth adding a featured tag to - definitely. We're not exactly getting overrun with -worthy meta questions; it doesn't cost anything to feature it for a while, and it might help in attracting more votes to get a better feel of the community's opinion. Worth bugging SE about - probably, if there's a strong consensus to change it. Is it a viable change - meh. Maybe. Maybe not. I've already put my thoughts in answers there.
 
 
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3:06 PM
@Mithrandir mith, asleep on time?
:o
 
 
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8:12 PM
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Q: Why wasn't Ellis Wyatt researching new applications of oil (or at least diversifying his product line)?

EJoshuaSWhen Dagny crashes in Galt's Gulch, we learn that Ellis Wyatt has been experimenting with ways of producing oil. There's no textual evidence that he's researching new applications of oil (unlike Hank Reardon, who actively researches new applications for his metal). Here's the problem: the main ...

 

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