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#155463 02/12/06 06:54 PM
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Given the intent of the game (if there *artfully is one), the goal of tsuwm's website and his vast experience with worthlessness of the word-kind, and our collective knowledge of his gritty intrigue (aka-integrity) AND bone-dry wit... we couldn't just exclude him from the game (lol x2)... why would we?

I suppose it would make more sense to just stop because some unforseen rule may apply... yet, *you know what we think about any kinda those, eh!?

ps - It does look like themilum is responding to some post-facto research... dud'nit?

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on the contrary, amilum, #37 (from the bottom) is honorificabilitudinitatibus; but then that's probably a word beyond your ken.

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And as far as we know, tsuwm might could have been trying to con people into voting for his submission.

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Dat's right, children. There are not nearly enough substantive things in the world about which to be outraged -- infant mortality, starvation, the exploitation of underclasses, the subjugation of women, environmental destruction, fat people who nonetheless wear Spandex -- so let us, by all means, get our knickers in a knot about this one.

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Lighten up, Hogwashers, I was kidding when I accused tsuwm of being the Grand Wizard of the Illumninati. But you Obvestites had best ask yourselves why Hogmaster Alex put definition "O" at the end of the list.

Alex Williams is quite the trickster.

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But you Obvestites had best ask yourselves why Hogmaster Alex put definition "O" at the end of the list.

Alex Williams is quite the trickster.




Because there were fifteen definitions?

#155469 02/13/06 11:36 AM
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But you Obvestites had best ask yourselves why Hogmaster Alex put definition "O" at the end of the list.

Alex Williams is quite the trickster.




I was just trying to pull the wool over your eyes and lead you up the garden path.

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I'll stand by g) 'til it's dry

#155471 02/14/06 01:29 AM
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Well--not having a clue as to which one is the real one, and seeing so many votes for certain ones, I'll say D since nobody else has, and so I can say that I have it on very good authority that if you go riding on a Harley you'd best have your tool kit with you.

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Wow, it's been quite a long time since I've perused these forums. I wonder how many of you Old hands remember me!

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