Steve Pomeroy steve at staticfree.info
Thu Nov 1 21:36:48 PDT 2012

On 2012-11-01 14:52, Peter A. H. Peterson wrote:
> If so, please submit your NKI to the rfk-dev list if you want them to
> be considered for inclusion in the (15th Anniversary!) Mayan
> Apocalypse release of robotfindskitten.

I happened to be hosting a party this evening and solicited items that
aren't kitten from the group. This is what we found:

A five-horned rhinoceros beetle with rings on every other horn.
Two vast and trunkless legs of stone.
A shrink-wrapped copy of the Prince of Persia user's manual.
An obvious Sisyphus metaphor.
A noun and a boat bound to the wrong verb.
Your existential dread.
In Soviet Russia, kitten finds you. Unfortunately, this isn't Russia.
A giant, mechanical octopus spews flames from its tentacles.
Beef stew.
Something borrowed, something blue.
A sheep and a lamp, lounging beneath a myrtle tree.
It's the wrong number.


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