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    Registered User rick barclay's Avatar
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    I forgot to mention that the GOO GOO Dolls were also there.
    Haven't seen them in ages. Eric Clapton, too, with another
    blues man, a black guy who I didn't recognize, although I know
    he must be famous. Man, they were great--that's when the crowd started to loosen up a bit. Adam Sandler's a nut, isn't he?
    I don't really like his music, but man, he had me laughing my arse
    off as Opraman.

    rick barclay
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    This is America calling!

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    Clapton and that black guy where great... they had a nice guitar thing going on through that song. I liked it...

    Speaking of concerts, i saw STYX over the summer and it was such an awesome experience... man... there was so much energy floating around in that arena when they played Come Sail Away... i was yelling out the words and i couldn't hear myself it was so loud... outstanding, outstanding event.

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    means two students
    Which is covered under the more general plural form students?




    Taliban offered to give up Bin Laden if the U.S. showed them one proof it was him, which they did not.
    Sorry I'm confused here? His guilt is self evident, even Coder

    admited to it.




    women there which means they are allowed to be in public.
    Your are also allowed to be publically executed with an AK in the football field. They have to have a male escort.




    dancing (men and women) is not allowed because it is a bad thing
    There have been backward cultures over the years such as the

    puritans in England. The US doesn't care if some afgani doesn't have his or her MTV or can't dance. We do care when some one hijacks a plane and kills 6000 US citizens. Backwards kind of regimes will be toppled or reformed anyway.




    He is a Muslim and he is nothing like Hitler and he cares for Muslims that why he is doing what he is doing.
    Hitler convinced those God-fearing Germans. I'm suprised

    your not for Hitler, he did kill a number of Jews. Be aware that you admit
    that Bin laden is a terrorist here and then contradict yourself later
    by claiming that the Taliban needs proof.




    I never watch the news because I realized it is usually not the truth or at least not the whole truth
    You don't watch the news because you don't like what the news

    has to say. You are like an alcoholic.

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    rick and ae: Even though I didn't see the concert, I'm gonna say that the black guy is probably BB King (yes, he's famous, rick) - him and Clapton put out an album about a year or so ago.

    ae: I saw styx two summers ago - even though I didn't really know most of the songs, they sure put on a kickass show

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    >>Al Koala

    You can call Australia a wasteland full of dingo's and Indegenous Austrailans (we can't call them Aborigines any more) but when you start picking on Koala's your in trouble Rick.

    If your not careful I will send you a case of the little buggers. See how cuddly you think the Clamidia ridden, bad tempered lice balls are when one has ........ed acid on you. (they don't drink and are full of eucaliptus oils)

    If you continue we will start sending the platapus as well. They are poisonous! Give you a nasty spuring.

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    Cheez: No, it definitely wasn't BB. I know what he looks like.
    His voice was something like John Lee Hooker's, and
    he sure did look like the type of guy you could envision as JLH, but I don't think it was him.

    Novacain: Mmmm, mmmm. Send me two of each. My apologies
    for inadvertantly associatiing your national beasts
    with unclean terrorists. But you have to admit, the
    names sound similar. Poor koalas.

    rick barclay
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    Well look what post is back in the limelight...

    bummer
    Blue

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    >>Clamidia


    What...thats VD right???


    How was that spread to poor pint-sized marsupials?.......the mind boggles.....

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    Koalas look cute but are evil little bastards that deserve all they get, thankfully the rumors that they drop from trees on people are exagerated.

    And yes, Clamidia is a STD. Just like some primates get AIDS, Koalas get a form of Clamidia. And no, its not been spead to them like that.

    I think that the Platapus is almost conclusive proof God has a sense of humor.
    A mammal that burrows, lives in water, has a duckbill, beaver tail, marsupial's pouch, lays eggs, hunts by electrical impulses as it can hardly see and has posionous spurs! And who's closest relative is the Echidna, a form of porcupine(?). In a country that is mostly arid.
    In other words part mole, beaver, duck and kangaroo.
    Come on, what was God thinking? I'll just use these leftovers up? No one will notice? or 'Wow these bits realy do fit together, lets see if it survives!'

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    Can a kind moderator please close this thread? It's already waaaaaaayyyyyy off topic, and there isn't much point in it being open anymore.

    Thanks.

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    Originally posted by novacain

    I think that the Platapus is almost conclusive proof God has a sense of humor.
    A mammal that burrows, lives in water, has a duckbill, beaver tail, marsupial's pouch, lays eggs, hunts by electrical impulses as it can hardly see and has posionous spurs! And who's closest relative is the Echidna, a form of porcupine(?). In a country that is mostly arid.
    In other words part mole, beaver, duck and kangaroo.
    Come on, what was God thinking? I'll just use these leftovers up? No one will notice? or 'Wow these bits realy do fit together, lets see if it survives!' [/B]

    How about

    hmmm I wonder what them humans will make of it, bet they'll laugh their ass off at it!
    if a contradiction was contradicted would that contradition contradict the origional crontradiction?

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    IF WAR BREAKS OUT I WILL HAXOR AFGHANISTAN!

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    I probably would, but Im a pacifist, so that kinda contradicts. I dont like violence, but I would do anything for what I believe in.

    but Im only 14.
    "The world has seen the state of our union, AND IT IS STRONG"

    -- George Bush

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    I feel unfortunate that I was not at the time of our independence war.

    So, if ever in future my country needs me, I will be ready
    [ Never code before desk work ]
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    A man who fears Nothing is the man who Loves Nothing
    If you Love Nothing, what joy is there in your life.
    =------------------------------------------------------= - I may be wrong.

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    Although i have spent time in the army, and shooting anything that moved *was* fun, i refuse to fight in a war brought on by the whim of a mad man. If our leaders want to fight, then stick them in a ring, give them plastic tea spoons, and televise it..... oh, also tell them they can only leave if one person dies, or something. That'd be entertaining.! Might even stop a few wars too!

    Dont get me wrong, i am a patriot, (and a europian, one of few). But i refuse to goto war. War is not a way to solve things... as it has been proven so many times in the past. How can we punish one country for killing, if we then do the same?
    --Jock (Bristol Bound)
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