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    Thumbs up hello,who wants to argue?

    hey,i'm new to the system and really want to go down to business...
    This thing we talk of can never be found by seeking,yet only seekers will find it..

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    Welcome, what do you wish to argue about?

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    now then ;)
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    Well that would depend how long an argument you want,

    A 5minute argument?
    10mins?
    We offer a nice price break at 30minutes if you're interested

    *I know I just butchered the Monty Python sketch but I think I got the intent correct at least*
    Last edited by kilted exile; 03-30-2006 at 07:15 PM.
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    I don't fancy Nasser really wants an argument - especially not from a couple of good old boys like yourselves! But I think that Basil might be considering it!
    Last edited by Mililalil XXIV; 03-31-2006 at 04:26 AM.

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    Unnamable would LOVE this kid...
    Por una cabeza
    Si ella me olvida
    Qué importa perderme
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    Para qué vivir

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    why are people talking about kids and goats?

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    what

    where are you from nasser? probably from someplace where arguing and bickering is a dalily event.Get a job , Go write something useful at least for yourself, take a walk, show the people around you that you are something

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nasser
    hey,i'm new to the system and really want to go down to business...
    So eager you can only manage a single post in a week. 'Business' is obviously not a priority with you.

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    Obviously decided the argument was too pricey and went for some "how to get hit on the head" lessons instead (see Kilted's post above). I might do likewise were I not afraid of being charged by a special inspector for participating in a strange sketch with the intent to confuse the British population.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mililalil XXIV
    I don't fancy Nasser really wants an argument - especially not from a couple of good old boys like yourselves! But I think that Basil might be considering it!
    Basil? Mild-mannered Basil? Gentle Basil whose favorite pastime is crooning lullabies to newly orphaned children so that they might forget--if but for a moment--their immeasurable grief? Nay, my friend, you must have Basil confused with someone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Basil
    Basil? Mild-mannered Basil? Gentle Basil whose favorite pastime is crooning lullabies to newly orphaned children so that they might forget--if but for a moment--their immeasurable grief? Nay, my friend, you must have Basil confused with someone else.

    indeed!

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    It's no good for someone to just write-responding the question he/she didn't totally gist.
    Advice: Lets only write on the matter we grab its head & also tail. OK?
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    calm down guys.. maybe it's only a figure of speech? e.g. whenever my mum says she wants to have a talk it turns into an argument within 2 seconds..
    maybe it's the other way round in Nasser's case? or else he might have meant "discuss"???
    what do you want to argue about? i think we should argue about peaches and nectarines... which one is better and why? i don't care, so I'm willing to argue in favour of either... it's up to you

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    Welcome Nasser!
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