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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim in NYC View Post
    I sure as hell wasn't this eloquent at 8.
    I'm sure your spelling and punctuation was so much better though.
    I'm your mama, I'm your daddy
    I'm that nigga in the alley
    I'm your doctor when in need
    Want some coke, have some weed
    You know me, I'm your friend
    Your main boy, thick and thin

    I'm your pusherman
    I'm your pusherman

    Ain't I clean, bad machine
    Super cool, super mean
    Dealin' good for the Man,
    Superfly, here I stand
    Secret stash, heavy bread
    Baddest bitches in the bed

    I'm your pusherman
    I'm your pusherman
    I'm your pusherman

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigFin View Post
    Yes, I'll never forget "The Talk" with my parents about homosexuality when I was 8.
    Actually, that's about when my stepfather had "The Talk" with my kid brother. I'd offhandedly started a sentence with "When I was going out with Greg", and my brother, said, "You went out with Greg? (yes, at 8 years old, he knew what that meant) But you're both boys!"

    My stepfather calmly said, "Well, some boys go out with other boys."

    My brother shrugged and went back to his ravioli.
    "No two people on Earth are alike, and it's got to be that way in music or else it isn't music."—Billie Holliday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breed View Post
    I'm sure your spelling and punctuation was so much better though.
    Honestly don't remember. I was in Catholic school at that point, though, and the nuns were not particularly forgiving of lapses. Instruction through destruction was one of their favorite tactics.
    "No two people on Earth are alike, and it's got to be that way in music or else it isn't music."—Billie Holliday

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    And coincidentally enough, the other night at rehearsal, my director brought the binder she keeps of thank-you letters we've gotten from kids when we visit schools..and yes, some of the third graders did actually write like this.

    Unfortunately, so did some of the seventh graders.
    "No two people on Earth are alike, and it's got to be that way in music or else it isn't music."—Billie Holliday

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