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What is behind the green glass door?

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Sure :) , google-fu is behind the green glass door, but peeps in it do not master it, nor get the hang of it....:(

They should really double and triple their efforts, actually progress to attain and accomplish threefold current awareness of this matter . ;)

Naturally. :) They look, without observing, they see, without understanding the deep, hidden (muddy?) nitty-gritty that is eyeballing them. :(

With just a little additional application of their little green cells (green as in rotten through the insufficient running thereof), they can assumedly boost their current efficiency. ;)

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Nah. There's too much booze and weed behind the green glass door for them to keep at it, let alone carrying any task well.

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Nah. There's too much booze and weed behind the green glass door for them to keep at it, let alone carrying any task well.

...but they never get stoned, nor high. :w00t:

Issue appears connected with excessive occasions to swallow moonshine, but they miss the consequences of the distilled goop. :unsure:

Seemingly and possibly, they are affected by an illness that forestalls offshoots and fallouts. ;)

jaclaz

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...but they never get stoned, nor high. :w00t:

Maybe not, but they are continually buzzed, drugged, befuddled and three sheets in the windiness :wacko: That is the root of their giddy, silly, bubbleheaded and scatterbrained attitude :o

... but they miss the consequences of the distilled goop. :unsure:

Correct. That is because there are no hangovers, delirium tremens, headaches or morning-afters :thumbup (Actually, behind the green glass door, there are NO mornings at all, but only afternoons and nighttime :P )

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(Actually, behind the green glass door, there are NO mornings at all, but only afternoons and nighttime :P )

No elevenses :w00t: but abbundant prenoon booze intermissions or recesses :whistle:

and they also indulge mollycoddle in the habit groove of Yukkaflux :unsure:

http://bigblogofbooze.blogspot.com/2005/12/dictionary.html

;)

BTW, they have no oranges, but apples a lot and plenty berries, expecially Abyssinian Gooseberries and Yellowberries....

jaclaz

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BTW, they have no oranges, but apples a lot and plenty berries, expecially Abyssinian Gooseberries and Yellowberries....

I was puzzled how they succeeded in immersing the Yukkaflux without any fruit :blink: , but realize now that they also have cherries, minneolas, lychees and granadillas. :yes:

According to some forgotten and passé legends ballads and suggestions by some progressive associations (though passionately challenged by fuddy duddies ;) ), there might even be bananas :o

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Not any banana recognized as such in the northern hemisphere, but apple bananas instead, and that's too bad, because they have apples aplenty, and apple bananas taste very like apples...

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Not any banana recognized as such in the northern hemisphere, but apple bananas instead, and that's too bad, because they have apples aplenty, and apple bananas taste very like apples...

Too bad, that probably means coconuts, jujube and camu camu won't be recognized either, so we'll stick with pineapple, ackee, persimmon, mamoncillo and mangosteen. :yes:

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Yep, the greengrocers behind the green glass have plenty assortment of alluring and queer berries, but miss many basic vegetables, like no peas nor usual beans, they do have pellets, nuggets and seeds, though.

Bestsellers afaik are runner beans and green beans.

Common are also bitterleaves, broccoli and brussels sprouts, radicchio, lettuce and swiss chards aplenty, beet greens but no spinaches. :w00t:

Chinese cabbage and Fiddleheads, but no artichokes, nor potatoes. :ph34r:

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Yep, the greengrocers behind the green glass have plenty assortment of alluring and queer berries, but miss many basic vegetables, like no peas nor usual beans, they do have pellets, nuggets and seeds, though.

Bestsellers afaik are runner beans and green beans.

Common are also bitterleaves, broccoli and brussels sprouts, radicchio, lettuce and swiss chards aplenty, beet greens but no spinaches. :w00t:

Chinese cabbage and Fiddleheads, but no artichokes, nor potatoes. :ph34r:

jaclaz

After interrogating the seller at the farm stall, the poor fellow admitted there's NO Celery, Rocket or Endive, but they do have cabbage and silver beets.

Additional cross-examining affirmed the absence of tomato, and curcurbits (like Melons, Cucumber, Pumpkin) but he let it fall that they do have Peppers, Chillies, Eggplant and Sweet corn.

He then confessed to also having Sweet potato, Carrots, Beetroot and Leeks, but regretted that there's no Onions, Radishes or Asparagus .

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You seem like thinking that behind the green glass door there is a police state :ph34r: , (which is not :)).

The greengrocer was actually necessitated and beseeched, and all happened in an unconditionally affectionate, compassionate and chummy manner.

He admitted, but happily, and confessed, but effervescently, what he would have otherwise freely and on his own accord communicated.

jaclaz

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You seem like thinking that behind the green glass door there is a police state :ph34r: , (which is not :)).

The greengrocer was actually necessitated and beseeched, and all happened in an unconditionally affectionate, compassionate and chummy manner.

He admitted, but happily, and confessed, but effervescently, what he would have otherwise freely and on his own accord communicated.

Well, since it is a Communist State, with the only fallbacks being a Garrison State and Tyranny, with no Democracy or even Human Rights (not even a Constitution), it is actually flabbergasting that our poor buddy was neither tortured, nor threatened to tell how he could supply cranberries, beets, brussel sprouts and broccoli if there is only Summer, with NO Autumn, Winter or Spring. :blink:

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Well, since it is a Communist State, with the only fallbacks being a Garrison State and Tyranny, with no Democracy or even Human Rights (not even a Constitution), it is actually flabbergasting that our poor buddy was neither tortured, nor threatened to tell how he could supply cranberries, beets, brussel sprouts and broccoli if there is only Summer, with NO Autumn, Winter or Spring. :blink:

I see that you are pessimist :( (just like most people behind the green glass door) but countless and innumearable blessed buddies over there only see the half full glass. :yes:

jaclaz

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I see that you are pessimist :( (just like most people behind the green glass door) but countless and innumearable blessed buddies over there only see the half full glass. :yes:

Not necessarily :no: , the Polyanna Principle will be more applicable to me cum multis aliis behind the green glass door, where the bottle is pretty well overfilled, rather that just half a tumbler :yes:

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Not necessarily :no: , the Polyanna Principle will be more applicable to me cum multis aliis behind the green glass door, where the bottle is pretty well overfilled, rather that just half a tumbler :yes:

Hmm, that sounds a lot like the Chewbacca defense! :ph34r:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chewbacca_defense

And yes, there are plenty Wookiees among the furry mammals over there...

jaclaz

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