ethics 4 sale

Tanaqui Weaver cen at
Tue Aug 24 13:41:28 EDT 2004

> > Can you even get nitrous capsules in Utah?

> I'm not even going to ask what the results of partaking of those wee
> beasties might be.  This is the first I've heard of them.

um, the usual consequences of playing with nitrous oxide. You'll not have
read Neal Stephenson's _Zodiac_, then?

This "laughing gas" used to be used by dentists, and besides its immediate
effect is a longer-term antidepressant.


It's nice to know that I might be able to replace my cane (which was stolen
about a year ago).


I didn't know that there were Survivalist Mormom chapters.

> of weapons in their house.  One year they each gave each other weapons as an
> anniversary present, by coincidence.  We wonder about the state of their
> marriage.  :)

My beloved cane went with me to every wedding I attended. I usually dress in
comfortable/shabby clothes, and you can't get away with a scary stick with
them (also, where would I put it while cycling?).

> I also know a blacksmith who I believe could make literally
> anything you asked for, provided it caught her fancy and she had the right
> materials.  Her Halloween costumes are the stuff of legend.

ooh, tempting. I knew an Oxford physicist with a high-tech forge once, who
specialised in making stuff from spring steel (can't do that in a basic
forge). That, however, would definitely require capital.
> Besides, you wouldn't want to rely on me for intoxicants.  I can't even
> change a coffee filter without a diagram and a team of sherpas.

Ah. I could (extensive background in practical chemistry), but would not
want to do it, as an inveterate avoider of caffeine.
I'd better get on with being a good supplier of pickles.

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