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Why is there no space between Bluf and Purdi despite the capital letter?

 

I'm more concerned with why it has "Administrator" underneath it :undecided:

 

:lol:

 

The answer to James' question is simple, I do not know.  It just seemed appropriate and it stuck. 

 

But POOT?  Disappointed mon.

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I've got a non-toilet related question. It's about travelling.

 

Ahem.

 

When you're travelling in a foreign country and you stay at a hotel, do you abide by the signs in the toilet which say don't flush toilet paper? Are you supposed to put shit-stained toilet paper in the bin? :lol:

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I've got a non-toilet related question. It's about travelling.

 

Ahem.

 

When you're travelling in a foreign country and you stay at a hotel, do you abide by the signs in the toilet which say don't flush toilet paper? Are you supposed to put shit-stained toilet paper in the bin? :lol:

 

:lol: yeah, that’s fairly common I’ve found. They should have a little bin next to the toilet for your shit rags, in addition to the normal trash bin.

 

FYI if you’re going to Chile, they operate on the doodoo bucket system.

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DNA? Its a bone of contention. Jack Horner had to saw through a 65 million year old T Rex thigh bone, to get it on a helicopter. They noticed it had soft tissue still in the deepest part of the bone. From this, it is speculated, that DNA can be harvested. I dont know what happenned further but it seems like DNA can survive 65 million years under the right circumstances.

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Is Lacrimosa Mozart's best tune?

 

No.  Overture to Marriage of Figaro for me, like.  Obvious choice but I'm not a huge Mozart fan tbh

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How long until DNA evidence starts to decay?

 

Its generally completely fucked after a couple of million years.  Starts to degrade earlier than that, although you won't get a really good sequence from it.  Also depends on how it's stored - spunk on a motel bed will degrade a lot faster than dna from a frozen mammoth.

 

Human DNA should still be readable - Richard III was identified from his dna and he's been dead over 500 years.

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How long until DNA evidence starts to decay?

 

. . . he asked out of pure curiosity and absolutely not in connection with any particular event at all.

 

His potential materialism posts are terrifying.

 

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As a slightly related note, does anyone know a murderer? 

 

Other than Branko, obviously. 

I know someone who's killed someone, just not murder. Younger sister's best friend ran over a sheriff's wife while DUI. Said wife was herself intoxicated as a pedestrian on a 6 lane highway.

 

edit: This was a decade or so ago. She got a few years for vehicular homicide. Was really torn up about it for a long time. Has gotten on with her life now.

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As a slightly related note, does anyone know a murderer? 

 

Other than Branko, obviously.

My uncle's (not blood related) brother got done for murder for knifing somebody on a trawler.

 

He's from Aberdeen so it's self explanatory really.

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