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    Quote Originally Posted by Ice-9 View Post
    Weird. I just got back from lunch on the Common, reading Chapter 6 of The Cosmic Code by Heinz Pagels. The topic? Randomness.

    What are the odds?
    pfft. Don't make Tyke come in here and post about wind blowing sand into the pyramids...
    "the blade itself incites to violence." - Homer

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    I hate being stuck behind old people at the grocery store.
    Occupying the handicap bathroom stall

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    I had to go to the DMV the other day. First time in about 4-5 years I think. It was actually a fast and pleasant experience.
    Picking them off... one at a time!




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    Stupid Random question: RAND Paul, obviously named after Ayn?
    "the blade itself incites to violence." - Homer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marley View Post
    I hate being stuck behind old people at the grocery store.
    Or on the highway
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    Quote Originally Posted by CalgaryHawkFan View Post
    Stupid Random question: RAND Paul, obviously named after Ayn?
    I'm thinking so, yes.

    And I'm thinking people should read CHF's sig.
    “We’re reading ‘A Christmas Carol’. We always read it at Christmas. It’s nearly the end and you’re spoiling it.”

    “Scrooge beats Tiny Tim to death with his crutch. Now move.”
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    Many a girl has let me court her,
    But I've never needed a restraining order!

    That song, "Kristen the Stalker Chick," has been in my head for the last couple of days.
    “We’re reading ‘A Christmas Carol’. We always read it at Christmas. It’s nearly the end and you’re spoiling it.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ice-9 View Post
    Weird. I just got back from lunch on the Common, reading Chapter 6 of The Cosmic Code by Heinz Pagels. The topic? Randomness.

    What are the odds?
    That's pretty cool actually.

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    There's nothing like a couple of days of home cookin', especially when your mom is an amazing cook.

    The only downside is that my pants sure don't fit like they did at the beginning of the week...

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    If you changed the P to an O, wouldn't my name be Oinky???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pundit17 View Post
    There's nothing like a couple of days of home cookin', especially when your mom is an amazing cook.

    The only downside is that my pants sure don't fit like they did at the beginning of the week...
    You could always go around pantsless. Opus did, after all.
    “We’re reading ‘A Christmas Carol’. We always read it at Christmas. It’s nearly the end and you’re spoiling it.”

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    I have not watched a Bugs Bunny cartoon in a few years. I miss that.
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    I'm taking a chick to see Iron Maiden on a Friday night, then I am taking her to a swinger's club on Saturday night.

    Sometime in between those 2 thangs I gotta mow my lawn and go grocery shopping.
    Nefarious tasks performed at reasonable prices

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck E. Sleaze View Post
    I'm taking a chick to see Iron Maiden on a Friday night, then I am taking her to a swinger's club on Saturday night.

    Sometime in between those 2 thangs I gotta mow my lawn and go grocery shopping.
    A chick, or THE chick?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CalgaryHawkFan View Post
    A chick, or THE chick?
    Can't slip nary a thing past ye, can I?

    Aye, t'would be Mistress X we be talkin 'bout.
    Nefarious tasks performed at reasonable prices

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