You know, as the week started out, we were actually thinking our version of Elephant Repellent was working, especially when you see stuff like this and this. Yeah, you sit there and think, "Hey, maybe we aren't the only ones sick and tired of the same old, same old, day in and day out. That is until Tuesday rolled around, and the Nacle was buried in a mound of Horseburger, the grinding of which didn't stop until Wednesday:

    Darth Ender's even longer than larscapo's treatise on Gay Marriage. Ugh. Like anyone will wade through this. Even the intrepid, or obsessed, who made it through larscapo's will be unable to bring themselves to read the entire thing. This isn't just beating the dead horse, its griding its bones and mopping up all of the blood for black sausages. We tremble to think of what Mathoni has in store.

    Keeping the Sabbath on M*. Yup, there is something that we need to bring up again, the economics of sabbath day breaking.

    Abortion on LDB. Dustin is taken to task for arguing his personal politics from the scriptures.

After Wednesday, things cleared off again and the Nacle was once again free of repeats.

We were also pleased to see that T&S was pretty much free of baniku this week (HUZZAH!), as Kaimi was apparently on vacation (note Adam G dominated the 'Notes From All Over' sidebar). Alas, Kaimi will eventually no longer be vacating and then return to his "sabbatical" at T&S and start recycling things again. Against which time we steel ourselves against the imminent onslaught.


mathoni said... @ July 28, 2006 at 4:49 PM

Tremble away. My overlong treatise is coming.

Snarkimus Prime said... @ July 28, 2006 at 8:52 PM

The question is: Will yours be the longest?

mathoni said... @ July 28, 2006 at 11:26 PM

I don't know yet, but I promise not to harm any equines needlessly.

darth_ender said... @ July 29, 2006 at 12:02 AM

Length is part of the strength of my argument. Nobody will read it thoroughly, and therefore no one will poke holes in my arguments :)

Anonymous said... @ July 29, 2006 at 8:59 AM


I see you have learned well from Mark Buttler.

Steve EM said... @ July 30, 2006 at 3:02 PM

I had a lot of horsemeat on my mission, but never ground. Is it good?

Stephen said... @ July 30, 2006 at 6:44 PM

I had a friend who was half Samoan, half American-Indian who used to always drop girlfriends if they tried to feed him horsemeat.

He was the first guy to try to introduce my wife and I.

Joe Blow said... @ August 1, 2006 at 12:07 PM

At what point will beating the dead horse of arguing the 'naccle is beating a dead horse maked your horseburger roundup. Seems these are the only posts we get around here anymore. What's the matter, Snarked out?

Steve EM said... @ August 1, 2006 at 2:35 PM

Joe Blow,
If it helps, I just resurrected Mormon Open Forum

Snarkimus Prime said... @ August 2, 2006 at 4:18 PM

Dear Mr. Blow,

Since you cannot seem to count, allow me to point out there have been 4, thats four as in one more than three, but not quite five, posts between the last two Friday editions of the Baniku Extra.

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