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#138029 - 01/28/05 04:13 PM Re: Aside milum
tsuwm Offline
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"A witty saying proves nothing, especially when shouted."
- joe (it really is) friday


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#138030 - 01/28/05 05:19 PM Stand Aside Friday...
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When one speaks to the thickheaded...

it is oft times best to
>>SHOUT!<<

_________________________________ Jefferson Davis Jr.


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#138031 - 01/28/05 05:26 PM just the facts, ma'am
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/black
This is from wwh:
/unblack

Ambrose Bierce

Being positive is being mistaken at the top of one's voice.



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#138032 - 01/28/05 05:57 PM Don't call me Mam, I'm a man.
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Well finally Friday, you have said something factual...through tsuwm...through Brother Bill... through Ambrose Beirce.

HURRAY!


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#138033 - 01/28/05 08:39 PM Re: Stand Aside Friday...
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"The South will rise again!"...

LBJ, Carter, Bush, Sr., Clinton, Bush, W. -- Gingrich, Lott, Armey, Nunn, etc.

Yep, they sure did...[rolleyes-e]


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#138034 - 01/29/05 05:09 AM At ease, y'all
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People of the world, RELAX!

-Sailor the Parrot, Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates-Tom Robbins


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#138035 - 01/29/05 06:47 AM Whatever became of Sailor the Parrot?
themilum Offline
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Hey Whitman...a slight overslight on your part,
you forgot to list Milo Washington and Robert E Lee in your list of southern greats.
One of them said...
 May Good Fortune knock  at your door.
While you are at the laundromat.

I know one of them said it, I just can't remember which.

And Consuelo, Tom Robbins wrote a book about the romance of the tropics and where do you find yourself today.

One (or maybe two) can't help but wonder what might happen if Tom Robbins wrote a book about the romance of the moon?




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#138036 - 01/29/05 08:57 AM Re: Aside to ungun nuts...
Faldage Online   sleepy
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NEVER TRUST A GOVERNMENT THAT DOESN'T TRUST ITS OWN PEOPLE WITH GUNS

Good thing we don't get into politics on this board or I'd point out that as our troops went into Iraq they found gun possession to be ubiquitous.


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#138037 - 01/29/05 10:37 AM Re: At ease, y'all
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Dried peas and beans, being rather on the dull side, much like dull people respond readily to the right contacts. Do not scorn them...

--The Joy of Cooking, 1971(?) edition



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#138038 - 01/29/05 07:26 PM Re: At ease, y'all
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Nietzsche's aphorisms are the most insightful and witty, in my opinion.


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