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January 27, 2010

30 Second Rule Deconstructed

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Should there be a time limit in the other direction? When we were both teenagers, once my brother announced that he had eaten some small tidbit he'd found on the kitchen counter, and he wondered if I knew what it might've been. He said it was "kind of chewy, but crusty, and not real good." Never figured it out.

My father used to eat stuff he'd find out in the woods behind our house - whatever it was, it grew on rotten logs. I remember my mother saying to him, without one scintilla of humor, "if that kills you, I'm going to divorce you."

Posted by: Flautist | Jan 27, 2010 2:58:23 PM

Wow, 30 seconds! Far more generous than where I come from: We merely allow 5 seconds. Then again, our supply of Emausaurii is fairly low.

Posted by: Randee | Jan 27, 2010 1:40:12 PM

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