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    Open for interpretation

    http://www.thefriendsociety.com/anim...lo&w=400&h=300

    Do you think drugs were a design factor?

    =)
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    Wow that was amazing. so deep, so moving I cried, I laughed, I smoked some crack. It was a good time
    Woop?

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    This was obviously created while watching the vice-presidential debate and listening to KoRn. Aparently it deals with homosexuality and simply asks.. "Can you see whats behind you"

    Its so apparent.

    ................

    If you believe anything i just said i feel very sorry for you. Anything I say cannot be held against me as i am literally stupid. Blah blah.. legal copyright prosecuted full law extended. 2004.
    What is C++?

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    I never knew quakers had such a strange sense of humor


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