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Samuel L. Mutha****in Jackson. Because he's awesome. I have no idea why Spike Lee is held in as high regard as he is.

 

Star Wars II:

Betelgeuse vs. Rigel 

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Dune, because of Jailbait Babysitters of Dune.  (The saga did get that far, didn't it?  Or am I thinking of Gor?)

 

 

 

Things that went bang in the night:

 

Sanduleak -69° 202 versus GRB 080319B

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Dawn comes only once each day, and is over pretty quickly. Plus, I'm up already.

 

Overly-sugared Thirst Quenchers:

Fruit punch vs. Gatorade

 

I only like Gatorade when I can manage the powder  (AKA I put so much in that someone is liable to OD)

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Freezing rain tends not to last as long as a true blizzard, and is generally less common to boot.

 

Yet More Pet Ownership Allure:

 

Hump Furniture versus Lick Genitals

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I want no part of black ice, ever. I'll take the frozen windshield. Every. Single. Time.

 

Precipitation Predicament:

Too much snow vs. Too little snow

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I don't know, black ice isn't too bad for me, though I keep an eye out during the day, for spots that will likely freeze, and go on very familiar roads, so I might just be lucky.

 

 

Note: COurse, from my mother's description of black ice, you'd get the impression that black ice is some invisible demon, that reaches out from the bowels of hell, to drag down their with it car, soul and all, without any trace of your existence.  I've probably taken black ice less seriously in the past than I should have and got away with it.

 

 

 

Oh, and for your answer, too little snow.  If it isn't enough snow to get me out of work, then I'd rather it not snow at all.

 

Edit:  My worst weather is sleet, damn crap latches onto a windshield like a tick, and kills your road vision, where you have to stop constantly when you just want to get home.  I've never had more trouble in weather driving than I have had with sleet

 

 

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Useless searches:

 

Prester John's KIngdom vs  the Fountain of Youth

 

According to Prestor John's letter, the Fountain of Youth is in his realm. So, find the one, find the other.

 

Procrastinations:

 

Put it off to tomorrow vs put it off indefinitely

 

Lucius Alexander

 

Having come to the end of the post I can no longer put off crafting a palindromedary tagline

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Smidgen, because use of that term (to me) implies cooking, and small amounts of an ingredient is often the Right Thing.  Pittance almost invariably refers to wages, which is never the right thing.

 

Pet Ownership Allure, revisited yet again:

 

Leaking Aquarium versus One Pet Kills Another

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On literally dozens of occasions, I have driven across southern Wyoming, which is effectively 350 miles of nothing but sage. Whatever mage is, it has to be more interesting than that.

 

Sweet Spicy Showdown:

Cinnamon vs. Nutmeg 

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Making Nazis look silly

 

Indiana Jones vs Col Hogan

 

Jones may have been more important in winning the war, but Hogan was better at making Nazis look silly.

 

Decision at the open refrigerator door:

 

Leftover pizza or leftover chicken?

 

Lucius Alexander

 

I already know what the palindromedary will say

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What is 'leftover pizza' ? I mean, I understand both of those words, but it makes no sense when you put them together like that.

 

Defunct Classic Cars:

Packard vs. Studebaker

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Studebaker is a much cooler word.  Packard just reminds me of Packard Bell and Hewlett Packard... just No.

 

Vikings vs Patriots.  Not the football teams.  I mean like Americans with muskets vs Crazed Norwegians with axes.

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Crazed Norwegians with axes stand and watch in confusion as the Americans elect a lunatic among themselves and then commence a circular firing squad.  Over the hill, someone laughs in Russian.

 

 

Incoming ballistic missile, you have 12 minutes to live:

 

Text your boss "Eff you, I quit" vs. Have sex with your sister

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