mixed_biscuits

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This is from a paper referenced to me by a physics grad friend: what we contribute is processing matter, mostly burning things
 

mixed_biscuits

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What is interesting is that the more we fight this, the more our birthrate decreases - we are needed for our grey mulching abilities only
 

Clinamenic

θερμοδυναμικός καπιταλιστής
This is from a paper referenced to me by a physics grad friend: what we contribute is processing matter, mostly burning things
Ah, and so we return to our old friend, ATP-synthase

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WashYourHands

Cat Malogen


 

WashYourHands

Cat Malogen
Sitting on your hands, must not touch thine self, what will the priest say? Then the hands go numb ...

In for a penny in for a £, Mixed, prevention/cure paradox
 

WashYourHands

Cat Malogen
didn’t ask why not, more in the context of their effects on contraception and birth rates if widely adopted and blocking transmission of sti’s etc, ie the subject at hand
 

Leo

Well-known member
The original 'Sleezy' was a friend of Jefferson's. To get his recordings played by Ron Hardy at the club Music Box Jefferson used give him cassettes. However, when Jefferson's work shift patterns changed he was unable to take down his cassettes so he got his friend Sleezy to take them for him. Sleezy then started claiming that he had made the recordings. 'I've Lost Control' became known as a track by Sleezy so Marshall Jefferson decided to use that name on the release.

Who, exactly, is Sleezy D.? The man remains an enigma, seeming to have largely vanished off the map after 1986's "I've Lost Control," his most iconic hit. "Sleezy is an actual person," assured Marshall Jefferson, who co-produced "I've Lost Control" under his Virgo alias. "If you ever met him, you'd never forget him. Oh man, he is… sleazy."
 
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