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    I'm looking for your title to change soon.
    I don't know; I listened to the album once and wasn't too excited by it. Then again that usually is the case on the first or even second listen. Right now my favorite album out of the four would be Perfecting Loneliness from Jets to Brazil. We'll have to see what happens, though, such suspense on the title change...

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    Originally posted by confuted
    I want to build a car that runs off stupid people. There are way too many of them, and they're cheaper than gas.

    Any ideas on design?
    Hmmm... we could enslave the stupid people somehow, then force them to pull us around, however, that would be inefficient. Ever played Carmageddon? If we make a car that kills people we could place their bodies into the trunk full of ice, retrieve any functional organs and sell them. Afterwards, we can use the money made from selling organs to purchase gas.
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    My garden is out of control and the lawn mower man did not return from the backyard. I think the Koalas got him.
    Now this will play on my mind (for a bit).

    Did the Koalas get him or not? Who knows....
    Such is life.

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    I'm in the process of building a home theatre system. Finally getting around to it. My friend was trying to coax me out of PA equipment and into high-end HI-FI for quite some time.

    What I already have:
    TV
    Receiver
    CD Player
    Subwoofer (bought for a hair under $250 brand new)

    Getting these in a few weeks(just have to manage finaces, etc.) -
    B&W DM604 S3
    Mine will be Black

    I've also been at my new job 5 weeks now. My raise should be on my next check.
    The world is waiting. I must leave you now.

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    Well, it has been quiet. Nothng bothering anybody any more?
    Such is life.

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    Originally posted by Fountain
    Well, it has been quiet. Nothng bothering anybody any more?
    I have to write my thesis in the next week.

    Other than that and a case of poison ivy, life is just great.

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    Originally posted by Govtcheez
    I have to write my thesis in the next week.
    what about...maybe we could give you some ideas.


    Other than that and a case of poison ivy, life is just great.
    where the hell do you live?

    some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com

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    > what about...maybe we could give you some ideas.

    No, I don't need any help, except maybe a kick in the ass

    > where the hell do you live?

    Near Lansing, why? I played paintball this weekend in the woods, and apparently wearing a long-sleeved jersey wasn't enough to keep it off me.

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    Yeh, it is nasty stuff that. Mustve been thin long sleeves huh?
    Such is life.

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    Yeah, they're mesh, for extra cooling.

    It's really only on my arm right now, but there's a spot on my belly, too. I really hope it doesn't decide to move south

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    This time yesterday I was in one of my favourite places, (Skiathos), with my favourite person, (wife). Today, I am here - that's something to think about.
    Wave upon wave of demented avengers march cheerfully out of obscurity unto the dream.

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    Originally posted by adrianxw
    This time yesterday I was in one of my favourite places, (Skiathos), with my favourite person, (wife). Today, I am here - that's something to think about.
    Well, you've got me!

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    You mean it makes you sad that you are here today?

    Or it makes you happy that you werent yesterday. Hmmm

    And Govt-mesh sleeves? Didnt you think they may not be TOO good at protecting you.?

    Next time, youll just have to sweat
    Such is life.

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    I was never under any illusions, Fountain

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    >>>
    You mean it makes you sad that you are here today?

    Or it makes you happy that you werent yesterday. Hmmm
    <<<

    Well, I did say it was something to think about didn't I.
    Wave upon wave of demented avengers march cheerfully out of obscurity unto the dream.

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