829 Southdrive

829 Southdrive

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Saturday, June 29, 2013

Weapon of Mass-Satisfaction




What is this and how is it related to something 'raked'?

First clue:  O Docker ranted about the term I used 
for the raked substance.

Second clue: Where'd I see that?

17 comments:

  1. It looks like a strange spoon. I haven't a clue how it's related to something 'raked. I must have been sleeping during that lecture.

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    1. All of the clues and answer is contained in this recognized blog.

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  2. A mast cane be raked.

    A lawn can be raked.

    The seats in a theater can be raked.

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    1. Nope. Nope. Nope. I feel like Mitch...

      Going sailing, will check in later.

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    1. I'm not surprised you got that, Sandscraper. Now part II.

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  5. O Docker rants about most things.

    Clams can be raked.

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  6. I had no idea such a spoon existed, let alone for such a purpose. I've recently read that some trendy bars are using roasted bones and marrow as a draw for the younger crowd – your second isn't related to that is it?

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  7. Some trendy bars serve clams and bone marrow together.

    Some trendy bars serve razor clams and bone marrow together.

    A razor clam shell is s similar shape to a bone marrow spoon.

    Stone age man probably used a razor clam shell as a bone marrow spoon.

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  8. I don't suppose that it could be this obvious but after a bone marrow transplant, your immune system is depressed and you should not perform the following activities. Don’t do yard work such as gardening, mowing the lawn, or raking leaves.

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  9. Baydog's quizzes are getting tougher than Mitch's.

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