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#163860 11/29/06 08:50 AM
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Does anyone know which US politician said: "It is well known that my opponent's mother is a thespian who likes to masticate in public restaurants" ?

#163861 11/29/06 10:12 AM
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#163862 11/29/06 10:40 AM
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Thanks etaoin.

How'd you find that?

#163863 11/29/06 01:35 PM
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I searched alltheweb

I'm sure google would have worked as well.

I did have to shorten the search phrase a bit.


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#163864 11/29/06 02:24 PM
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Very funny stuff, particularly because of how close it is to the real thing!

#163865 11/29/06 11:27 PM
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Isn't it interesting how the "p" becomes a "b" in certain words. Maybe it has something to do with giving voice to our hidden thoughts.

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Isn't it interesting how the "p" becomes a "b" in certain words. Maybe it has something to do with giving voice to our hidden thoughts.




it looks as though we all missed that, bennyless.

#163867 11/30/06 12:03 AM
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The bun is the lowest form of wheat.

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Hey bennyless, that was a bretty good bun. Put, I pet my bet, you could do petter if you bracticed.

#163869 11/30/06 04:38 PM
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Are you calling him Alliterate ?


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