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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Root View Post
    I didn't follow the link, but before I finished reading the second
    sentence of the quote in the original post, I was wondering what
    happens in the daytime????

    -- Jeff, in Minneapolis
    Well, I guess during the daytime the owner of the mirror could make one heck of a batch of sun tea..

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    It's multi-purpose see?

    Midnight healing and Solar energy.

    New moon has a cover charge.






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    Quote Originally Posted by KaiYeves View Post
    What is it exactly about sunlight that kills vampires? Obviously not neutrinos...
    Vital force. Sunlight makes plants grow, so obviously it must contain Positive Life Energy. Vampires, being undead, contain Negative Life Energy. It's simple metaphysics.
    I'm a cynical optimist. I think the only way out is through, but once we get through it'll be better. Very different, but better. Howard Tayler

    It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change. Charles Darwin

    "It is the duty of the writers to seduce me into suspending my disbelief!" Paul Beardsley

    Power, Lord Acton says, corrupts. Not always. What power always does is reveal. Robert A. Caro

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    Vital force. Sunlight makes plants grow, so obviously it must contain Positive Life Energy. Vampires, being undead, contain Negative Life Energy. It's simple metaphysics.
    Thanks, I always wondered about that. ;-)

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    I think real lunar therapy-- a trip to the Moon-- would be far more therapeutic to me than just looking at it.
    I'm a cynical optimist. I think the only way out is through, but once we get through it'll be better. Very different, but better. Howard Tayler

    It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change. Charles Darwin

    "It is the duty of the writers to seduce me into suspending my disbelief!" Paul Beardsley

    Power, Lord Acton says, corrupts. Not always. What power always does is reveal. Robert A. Caro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maksutov View Post
    Finally, one could be accepted at the U of A, go to classes for one day,
    get kicked out by the Dean, and nevertheless legitimately say that one
    "attended the University of Arizona".
    I went to Notre Dame.

    Well -- I went at Notre Dame.

    Uh, actually, I went at the gas station across the street from Notre
    Dame. It was near the freeway exit ramp.

    -- Jeff, in Minneapolis
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    were just going to sit here and look." -- "Van Rijn"

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    point of rockets is to explore them!" -- Kai Yeves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noclevername View Post
    Vital force. Sunlight makes plants grow, so obviously it must contain
    Positive Life Energy. Vampires, being undead, contain Negative Life Energy.
    It's simple metaphysics.
    That's very good. Works for me.

    -- Jeff, in Minneapolis
    http://www.FreeMars.org/jeff/

    "I find astronomy very interesting, but I wouldn't if I thought we
    were just going to sit here and look." -- "Van Rijn"

    "The other planets? Well, they just happen to be there, but the
    point of rockets is to explore them!" -- Kai Yeves

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    I also could enjoy the benefits of a trip to the moon, especially if I could get out of school. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by captain swoop View Post
    This story was featured on a BBC news prog about 6 months ago.
    I think there was a thread in the past about it as well.
    ...I'm still free, you can't take the sky from me.

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    I remember myself at the rooftop , stargazing one night with my friends and we slept there, under the moonlight.

    When I woke up the next morning , it still dawn. I got a flu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidlpf View Post
    I think there was a thread in the past about it as well.
    "Bathing in moonlight" is an ancient idea... In fact I have heard it in many jokes as a "cure" where an aflicted person visits a gypsie or gnome or fairy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    "Bathing in moonlight" is an ancient idea... In fact I have heard it in many jokes as a "cure" where an aflicted person visits a gypsie or gnome or fairy.
    It all sounds like a lot of lunacy to me.
    Last edited by TheOncomingStorm; 2007-Nov-09 at 03:23 AM.
    ...I'm still free, you can't take the sky from me.

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    Maybe it's where the word "Luna-tic" originated .


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    Quote Originally Posted by Whirlpool View Post
    Maybe it's where the word "Luna-tic" originated .

    It is I was just having some pun.
    ...I'm still free, you can't take the sky from me.

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    Yeah..right.

    You edited your word.



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    it was a typo I did not notice earlier.
    ...I'm still free, you can't take the sky from me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Root View Post
    I went to Notre Dame.

    Well -- I went at Notre Dame.

    Uh, actually, I went at the gas station across the street from Notre
    Dame. It was near the freeway exit ramp.

    -- Jeff, in Minneapolis
    As opposed to Nota Dame, the famous school for transvestites?
    I'm a cynical optimist. I think the only way out is through, but once we get through it'll be better. Very different, but better. Howard Tayler

    It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change. Charles Darwin

    "It is the duty of the writers to seduce me into suspending my disbelief!" Paul Beardsley

    Power, Lord Acton says, corrupts. Not always. What power always does is reveal. Robert A. Caro

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    Nota Dame?

    Notre Dame?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Noclevername View Post
    Vital force. Sunlight makes plants grow, so obviously it must contain Positive Life Energy. Vampires, being undead, contain Negative Life Energy. It's simple metaphysics.
    It was becasue when the Archangel Raphel, Lord of the Dawn came to Caine, First Murder and asked him to repent Caine refused. As punishment for his Pride, Raphel cursed Caine and his progeny to foever be burned by the light of the Sun.

    Wow. That was quite the geek moment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matherly View Post
    Wow. That was quite the geek moment!
    I am in awe. You've outgeeked me.
    I'm a cynical optimist. I think the only way out is through, but once we get through it'll be better. Very different, but better. Howard Tayler

    It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change. Charles Darwin

    "It is the duty of the writers to seduce me into suspending my disbelief!" Paul Beardsley

    Power, Lord Acton says, corrupts. Not always. What power always does is reveal. Robert A. Caro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noclevername View Post
    I am in awe. You've outgeeked me.
    (Matherly takes a bow)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matherly View Post
    It was becasue when the Archangel Raphel, Lord of the Dawn came to Caine, First Murder and asked him to repent Caine refused. As punishment for his Pride, Raphel cursed Caine and his progeny to foever be burned by the light of the Sun.

    Wow. That was quite the geek moment!
    This come from Vampire: The Masquerade (or Requiem)?

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