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    Are those Mulberry leaves? Better keep the...

    Are those Mulberry leaves? Better keep the neighbors out, those critters fry up nice. Are you into the business Norton, or just an observer?
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    I bought a new computer Friday and spent much of...

    I bought a new computer Friday and spent much of the weekend setting it up. I had forgotten many passwords. My old Dell dinosaur finally carked it after 15 years of almost daily use. My new desktop...
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    I agree with Klavan's sentiment. While musical...

    I agree with Klavan's sentiment. While musical lyrics are related to poetry, there are hundreds of award categories for that genre of art (music) and relatively few for real literature. Moreover,...
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    Surely it's verse.

    Surely it's verse.
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    Surely it's verse.

    Surely it's verse.
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    ^ Today's his birthday.

    ^ Today's his birthday.
  7. Thread: Hilda Ogden

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    sorely... Never heard of the twat.

    sorely...
    Never heard of the twat.
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    Literature is an odd beast. Many famous literary...

    Literature is an odd beast. Many famous literary giants only became so posthumously. Kafka, Thoreau, Poe and Keats are a few. Austen is another good example -- I've read three of her novels this...
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    I wasn't aware lyricists were eligible for the...

    I wasn't aware lyricists were eligible for the prize. Reading through the wiki entry it appears this award his regularly contested.

    From 1901 to 1912, the committee was characterised by an ...
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    They're the musical generation following the...

    They're the musical generation following the Stones, and still older than me. Wrinkly old men trying to relive the rockstar days of their past.
    :cheer::rocking::drums::rocking::rock::cheer:

    I...
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    Sticky: I never heard of that one either.:confused:

    I never heard of that one either.:confused:
  12. Yep, looks like a desert. Surprised any sharp...

    Yep, looks like a desert. Surprised any sharp edges remain. Wind erosion's a bitch.
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    What could possibly go wrong?

    What could possibly go wrong?
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    Nope, I was just there for the castles, temples...

    Nope, I was just there for the castles, temples (Shinto), and the food.

    Japan has a rich maritime history, and like NZ, you're never far from the ocean. I think it's a good fit for the Cup. It's...
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    Fukuoka 福岡市 or ふくをか Pronounced: Foo koo oh kah...

    Fukuoka 福岡市 or ふくをか

    Pronounced: Foo koo oh kah (no syllable is stressed more than any other).

    Not pronounced: Fooky Oka

    Just sayin'
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    I went to the palace in 2007. It was ornamental....

    I went to the palace in 2007. It was ornamental.

    Never been to Jim Thompson's house on the klong, but I drove past it once.:driving:
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    Many years ago they had a dinner cruise up the...

    Many years ago they had a dinner cruise up the Chao Prayah in a massive rice boat. Maybe 30 diners and about the same number of staff and entertainers (musicians and traditional dancers). I think it...
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    You really are an uneducated spakker, aren't you?

    You really are an uneducated spakker, aren't you?
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    you're -- it is a contraction of you and are,...

    you're -- it is a contraction of you and are, dumbo.
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    Faggot -- desperate to be a victim. Victim =...

    Faggot -- desperate to be a victim.

    Victim = hero.

    Hero means capital. Not necessarily something immediate, but long term advantage.

    Niggers are desperate because women, queers, Indians,...
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    Oh dear.
    http://thailandchatter.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=3447&stc=1

    I once spent three nights in Pattaya (all expenses paid) because the pilot determined the tread on one of the wheels to...
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    There's no formula for that -- it's a very...

    There's no formula for that -- it's a very personal measurement.
    Yes, 52.
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    http://www.onlineconversion.com/ All you'll...

    http://www.onlineconversion.com/

    All you'll ever need.
    You're welcome.

    Check out the Fun Stuff -- Age calculator -- I'm 1,647,362,060 seconds old or 19,066 days. :party:
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    A convention entertains how many people? Maybe...

    A convention entertains how many people? Maybe 25,000? (x2) In a country of 320 million.
    Most Americans couldn't give a fcuk.

    I've never met anybody who has ever attended a national convention.
  25. No. I did a report last week. Took all of 3...

    No. I did a report last week. Took all of 3 minutes. I think the new wench in charge gets hot and bothered when she sees my striking form sauntering through the door.
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