Bedside Reading, Cont.

Clearly one of the mysteries of the universe he did not solve was where did he leave his trousers?

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7 Responses to Bedside Reading, Cont.

  1. PRW says:

    Where we’re going we won’t NEED trousers.

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  2. “Sometimes…” Freud says “..a large mass of writhing snakes is just a large mass of writhing snakes.” * He takes a contemplative puff on his cigar. *”This is not one of those times.”

    Unrelated, I’ve read a lot of bad SF in my time, and that font definitely dates it to those times, so it’s entirely likely I’ve read this book…

    (and I just looked him up..holy crap, his dad was Howard Fast, author of Spartacus (and many many other novels), and his daughter is Molly Jong Fast! )

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  3. Infidel753 says:

    Trousers? Where did he leave his dong?

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    • Zorba says:

      Well, since he has no trousers, it was right out in plain sight and one of those snake beings must have bitten it off….


  4. spotthedog says:

    Looks like he’s farting butterflies, guess I would too in that situation.

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  5. Buttermilk Sky says:

    The mystery of the universe is…a glass paperweight?


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