Oscar Wilde Was a Genius

"I have made an important discovery... that alcohol, taken in sufficient quantities, produces all the effect of intoxication."

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Nope they are "hydrothermal vent and methane seep."

By vanderleun (not verified) on 26 Aug 2008 #permalink