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May 18, 2007



Clark Ashton Smith? I thought the White Worm was Bram Stoker.


Don't know Smith's work that well, but Stoker's story is "Lair of the White Worm".


Isn't that the nemertea from the It Came From Beneath the Sea! thread?


Its protecting your iPod, don't make fun of it.

Bill Walsh

Looks not unlike the Bloody Tongue avatar of Nyarlathotep.


I wonder what's on Jimmy's iPod?


Looks like a dwarf elephant's head complete with small ears and its trunk coming out.


I wonder what's on Jimmy's iPod?

That's classified.

Only the highest members of Jimmy Akin's Personality Cult (perhaps Tim J., SDG, bill912) know that information.

Randolph Carter


No, "The Lair of the White Worm" was Stoker. "The Coming of the White Worm" was C.A.S.. I wouldn't know if they share any elements in common, because I've yet to read either one . . . :(


I don't know what it is, but I once saw Kevin Bacon kill one.


Ed Peters

Oh no, now I feel like renting Tremors this weekend. The kids LUVIT.


It's just a tired swan.

James Skyles

swan, of the mute sort

David B.

I cried watching tremors. And it don't mean I thought it was sad.





And here we were thinking that you were in Greece, when you're really off the coast of Boca Raton disturbing newly discovered species and turning them into bedroom accesories. For shame!

Oh, and...Bless the Maker, his coming and going, his snoring and wheezing...(for the Duno-o-philes).

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