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Hmmm, what are they talking about?

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Conversation covered: cosmetic surgery, the underbelly of moblog,
spiderman and pirates, pirates, pirates and climate change, the
nervous system of cabbages.
20th May 2007, 01:40  

Viv says:


20th May 2007, 02:24


20th May 2007, 05:07

MaggieD says:

I can see it was quite an intense conversation .... but then again, who would not get worked up by the nervous systems of cabbages ....

20th May 2007, 17:07

its the underbelly of moblog conversation I'm interested in

20th May 2007, 17:10

Helen says:

That's what we were all really interested in.

20th May 2007, 17:13

Steve says:

Was it a seedy underbelly?

20th May 2007, 21:22

Helen says:

We hope so.

20th May 2007, 21:26

Steve says:

As long as it's not nutty, nuts give me indigestion.

20th May 2007, 21:31

Helen says:

I suspect you know more about the underbelly than us.

20th May 2007, 21:35

Steve says:

How rude!

20th May 2007, 21:59

Helen says:

As mister Access All Areas! (Sean and Joe wouldn't say anything.)

20th May 2007, 22:00

Steve says:

I had to swear an oath, and if I did utter a word they would hunt me down with Elvis.

20th May 2007, 22:09

Helen says:

It's ok, we're all going to volunteer ourselves as mods*. It's just like the freemasons!

(But not me, I am a liability and a bit too click happy.)

20th May 2007, 22:10

Steve says:

I'm most scared of the Un-highlight button.

20th May 2007, 22:20

Helen says:

Ah, so that explains why mat has dropped down the highlights table.

20th May 2007, 22:27

Steve says:

That is slanderous!

21st May 2007, 08:44

Helen says:

Libellous, actually. And you'd have a stronger case in court. Because it's there. In writing. Unless I edit it.

21st May 2007, 16:59

Steve says:

But I could edit it too, so it would be poor evidence

21st May 2007, 19:24

Helen says:


21st May 2007, 21:07