Lee was: the Incarnation !
Answered on: 9 Jul 2005
The Internet Oracle has pondered your question deeply. Your question was: > > The Oracle nose more htan his stuplican't. His Humunguouous Brane holds > the secrets known to man and beast. Man and Beast are hopelessly unaware > of any Oracular Secrets. > > Please tell me all hte Oracular Secrets
And in response, thus spake the Oracle: } } I am omniscient and immortal, therefore I have infinite secrets. } While I could sit down and write them all out for you, it wouldn't do } you much good because you'd be dead by the time I finished, which } would be never because we're talking about infinity here. Although } that's not an entirely bad idea, I can think of better ways to spend } my immortal lifetime, so here are a few Oracular Secrets that you, in } particularly, dear supplicant, might find of use. } } 1. Always run your e-mail through a spell checker before you send it. } Actually, that's not much of a secret, but some handy and common } advice far too few people actually follow. } } 2. "Stuplican't" is not, in fact, a misspelling, but how the Oracle } actually refers to supplicants. Usually it's behind their backs, but } he makes the occasional exception, stuplican't. } } 3. The most fundamental law of the universe is not one of physics, } but is Murphy's Law: "If there are two or more ways to do something, } and one of those ways can result in a catastrophe, then someone will } do it." } } 4. In the Oracle's eyes, Man and Beast are practically the same } thing. } } 5. Stuplican'ts are hopelessly unaware. Period. } } I think that's all you miniscule--that means small--brain--that's } B-R-A-I-N--can handle for now, stuplican't. I hope you found this } enlightening.
Notes: Boy, I, er, the Oracle was in a foul mood for this one, wasn't he? The non sequitur in #3 came from the fact that Murphy's Law was what my random signature program put at the bottom when I started the e-mail. I started to make every other number something like that, but decided against it. I proably should have taken Murphy's Law out as well, as it doesn't quite fit.