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Sanitized Tapeworms

July 30th, 2008
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Been at Pinewoods for a while now. Pretty well settled in. Doing a decent amount of playing music, less dancing than I'd thought, lots of fun. Doing the Papa Stour longsword dance with a class, enjoying it a lot. (Especially "over your neighbors sword at waist height").

A while ago I was talking with some people (at Swat?) about an idea for genetically engineered parasites that would live inside people and let them eat excessively without actually eating too much. I forgot about it, then today came across the following ad:

Sanitized tapeworms, eh?

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