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    Quote Originally Posted by den
    Of course nothing I've ever written is boring.

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    Ever Benevolent and Wise
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    Hey Abdo I think a few keys on you're keyboard are stuck...

    http://www.officedepot.com

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    Thanks, den . . . I was looking for some new office furnishings, though I'm unemployed. Perhaps it's that whole 'duality of Man' thing that Jung kept referring to?

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    The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan.

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    Those rows were perfect! Who erased my smilies?!

    ****ing Nazis.

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    in case you haven't noticed, Abdo Rinbo, the box in which you type is smaller than the box from which you read, causing a problem with porportions when one is trying to make perfect lines of smileys. No, the nazi's aren't out to get you... it is more likely Santa Claus.... you know he is watching.... all the time... just another name for big brother if you ask me...
    Told by a fool, signifying nothing.

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    Nah, ask den--those smilies were lined up perfectly one day and the next day they were all shot to Hell.

    Jeez, fool, it seems you are the one watching Santa Claus, pointing out all of his character flaws (nobody sez **** about Santa Claus to my face).

    The one thing that distinguished the Nazis from Santa and his elves is that Santa dropped multicolored presents into the chimneys of undeserving children across the world, the Nazis dropped big purple firebombs on deserving Frenchies hiding in hedges while Nazi troops marched past them over the Rhine.

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    That, and Santa merely doesn't visit any Jews, the fat *** anti-Semitic bastard.

    Nazis went a step further and tried to wipe them out completely, anti-semitic bastards.

    How come only the Nazis got their come-uppance? Next time I see the jolly fat guy ride through the sky I'm gonna take out my imaginary berretta and BANG

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    He's a Jew-hater, fo sho.

    What did Alex refer to the Jews as in 'A Clockwork . . '?

    Ah, it was 'Yehewdies'!

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    Actually Abdo, I can't honestly remember if said smilies were lined up and none truncated or not, I was just so dazzled by your efforts in the first place. :P

    "God is a Republican and Santa Clause is a Democrat", P.J. O'Rourke

    Quote Originally Posted by AbdoRinbo
    Nah, ask den--those smilies were lined up perfectly one day and the next day they were all shot to Hell.

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    This is so typical of my luck--they're back to normal, in perfectly straight rows and columns.

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    You're a chronic. :o :P

    Quote Originally Posted by AbdoRinbo
    This is so typical of my luck--they're back to normal, in perfectly straight rows and columns.

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    And you're a Radiohead-creep.

    'We all went to heaven on a little row-boat'.

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    It's this `Mess We're In'...

    " I said steam, steam, a hundred bad dreams
    Going up to Harlem with a pistol in his jeans
    A fifty-dollar bill inside a palladin's hat
    And nobody's sure where Mr. Knickerbocker's at

    Shine, shine, a Roosevelt dime
    All the way to Baltimore and running out of time
    Salvation Army seemed to wind up in the hole
    They all went to heaven in a little row boat
    Clap hands, clap hands, clap hands, clap hands
    Clap hands, clap hands, clap hands, clap hands
    Clap hands, clap hands, clap hands, clap hands"

    Tom Waits `Clap Hands'



    Quote Originally Posted by AbdoRinbo
    And you're a Radiohead-creep.

    'We all went to heaven on a little row-boat'.

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    Argh . . . I hate Tom Waits. Give me David Bowie or The Velvet Underground any day.

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