January 22nd, 2005


userinfo senji
2005/01/22 22:02:00 - Why artificial limitations of purchasing power don't work.
I've just realised that I haven't bought any Paracetemol for eight months.

My rate of consumption hasn't reduced. Do the maths... :)
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userinfo rejs
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2005/01/22 22:09:04
Either you rarely take any, someone else buys it for you, or you steal it.
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userinfo senji
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2005/01/22 22:13:47
None of these three statements are true :)
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userinfo williamjm
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2005/01/22 22:15:55
You bought a large amount of Paracetemol 8 months ago?
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userinfo senji
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2005/01/22 22:18:49
Indeed. I must have purchased much more than the LD50 in the months preceeding stopping buying any.
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userinfo williamjm
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2005/01/22 22:14:44
The only[1] logical conclusion is that you have started shoplifting Paracetemol.

;)

[1] For inaccurate values of 'only'.

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