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  1. #1 One Eyed Jack
    May 31, 2007

    Pie, pie, me oh my,
    Nothing tastes better, wet, salty and dry.
    Apple and pumpkin and mince and black bottom,
    I’ll come to your place every day if you’ve got ’em.
    Pie, me oh my, I love piiiiieeeeeee

    -Michael, 1996

  2. #2 Reginald Selkirk
    May 31, 2007

    Pie! That’s raspberry pie, I hope.

  3. #3 Maugrim
    May 31, 2007

    Link’s not loading for me. We need a Pharyngula-esque term for “slashdotted”, maybe..

  4. #4 Sonja
    May 31, 2007

    And let me guess — was one of your “groupies” ever hauled onto a New Zealand fishing boat?

  5. #5 sdh
    May 31, 2007

    Groupies will go a long way to improving the image of being a professor, and of being a blogger.

    Also… see if you can work in “my brain is hung like a horse”.

    Best 😉

  6. #6 Kristine
    May 31, 2007

    Groupies! Hm. Who would that be?

  7. #7 Reginald Selkirk
    May 31, 2007

    And let me guess — was one of your “groupies” ever hauled onto a New Zealand fishing boat?

    “Groupie” or “grouper”?

  8. #8 eSteve
    May 31, 2007

    Hmmm, “cults, groupies, and pie…”
    why, that sounds like Fafblog!

    [See here( http://fafblog.blogspot.com/) for a humorous illustration of cult-like devotion — and who knows, maybe groupies. The Fafguys haven’t posted anything new for almost a solid year now, and last I looked , there were NEW comments from just over the weekend! As for pie, well… .]

  9. #9 kmiers
    May 31, 2007

    Mmmmmmmm………pie……

  10. #10 Ed Darrell
    May 31, 2007

    Rhubarb pie! We grew rhubarb in the alleys of Burley, Idaho. Spring rhubarb pie can’t be beaten — Bebop-a-reebop Rhubarb Pies cannot compare.

    But here, in Texas, the stuff bolts before we can get a harvestable stock.

    P.Z., you may have one of the few administrations that realizes what a benefit a blogging professor or teacher can be. Among the public school blogs, most of the bloggers are anonymous or partly so. Can’t let the public see what you do . . .

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