Here's my question: who the hell ever first thunk up this elaborate, non-intuitive processing of gypsum, a rock out of the ground? The ingenuity of mankind and our genius ancestors is awesome and baffling.
The GM factory in Detroit contains an old Jewish Cemetery. When GM acquired the land they agreed to leave the cemetery,which has had no burials since the '40s, intact. The company allows visitors just twice a year due to security concerns.
There is so much to love about this video, from the whimsical music which makes it seem as if the cucumbers are just going on holiday, instead of being wrenched from their happy fields and families, then sliced and seasoned for consumption by monstrous hairless apes, to the very phrase "pickle packer." The one omission, understandable in light of 1950s' reticence, is no mention of the cucumber as sex toy.
I found two entries for gleep in Cassell's Dictionary of Slang: please see them at this link: https://books.google.com/books?id=5GpLcC4a5fAC&pg=PA607&dq=gleep&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiN96jQ0YLNAhXI7YMKHfD9CfE4ChDoAQgvMAQ#v=onepage&q=gleep&f=false…
Paul Di Filippo
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