Happy Go Lumpy had an idea for the ages, one that spanned the political, religious and existential spectrums by invoking a liberal crusader and a gun advocate, an agnostic and Moses himself, the living and the dead. He gave the people plenty of options -- they could start with Alan Alda and/or Charlton Heston, and add whichever noble visage they'd chosen to vehicles, desserts, animals or plants -- but still he feared they might not accept his revolutionary vision. But lo, the results far exceeded his expectations, proving the mettle of the SA Forum Goons.
Happy Go Lumpy always starts with dessert.
YerAuraBoresMeAlice answers everything "all of the above," even questions like "do you care if you live or die?"
A Furious Foetus busts my buffers.
Bloody Holly knows how much the dead hate the living.
The Remains of Bidet (James Ivory, 1993)
We might find we have more in common than we think if we just stop fighting long enough to combine our bodies into a singular organism.
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