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    That is rather depressing - did you at least get a brick from it?

    Yes, it is higher sea-level wise.

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    Why don't you American heros try to stretch more efficiency out of the reserve that you already have instead of wasting the rest of the world supply.
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    Tried that - but when you get so many jackasses driving their oversized SUV's, it gets a little harder. I think it's funny to listen to people that drive, say, a Dodge Durango or smth, and then complain when it gets about 15miles/gallon and they have to spend $50 filling the thing up.

    Maybe we should deplete Canada's reserves...

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    Originally posted by [stealth]


    Well, I fess up! I'm actually George W. Bush!
    How would I know that? I've never seen you. And halloween
    isn't for another two months, so why would you want to go messing up
    a perfectly good face by disguising yours as his, oh master?

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    This is America calling!

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    Originally posted by ober5861
    Fruits, veggies, a big chunk of cow... it doesn't matter. I created the internet... you should all get on your knees and.... HAHA
    (gets down on knees, genuflects...falls asleep)
    No. Wait. Don't hang up!

    This is America calling!

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    Originally posted by Witch_King
    Why don't you American heros try to stretch more efficiency out of the reserve that you already have instead of wasting the rest of the world supply.
    It's more fun our way.

    rick barclay
    No. Wait. Don't hang up!

    This is America calling!

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    We wouldn't have to waste the world's supply of oil if people in high places would stop making every other piece of dirt in this country into f-ing sacred ground..

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    Temper, Temper Ober!!
    tut, tut.

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    I agree totally, those damn unregistereds, causing nothing but tro--- oh wait, nevermind.

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    >Why don't you American heros
    >try to stretch more efficiency out
    >of the reserve that you already
    >have instead of wasting the rest
    >of the world supply.

    And why doesn't Europe get a friggin FDA, if you haven't noticed, your food is swimming with foot and mouth and mad cow

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    Yes I am a retard, not noticing the Canada location, sue me.

    Originally posted by Hsifruocs
    >Why don't you American heros
    >try to stretch more efficiency out
    >of the reserve that you already
    >have instead of wasting the rest
    >of the world supply.

    And why doesn't Europe get a friggin FDA, if you haven't noticed, your food is swimming with foot and mouth and mad cow

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    Hsifruocs,

    Before you start typing things like that you might have *attempted* to show the rest of us that you aren't an arrogant, egocentric, idiotic dundervolke.

    Bytes and kisses,

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    Pendragon, don't you worry about my temper. You probably have no freakin clue what I'm even talking about and you wouldn't understand it if I told you. It's the insanity of certain members and former members of our nation's goverment that drives half of us to retaliation in one form or another. GD treehuggers....

    I don't mean to flame you... but this subject happens to spark my defensive side.

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    I would understand. No two ways about it and don't bother trying to argue that I wouldn't. I'm rediculously stubborn.


    However you are forgiven.

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    Unhappy

    Back to the original opinion: I don't post almost at all, but enjoy reading your discussions, you prattle sometimes in a way that I have to wipe tears of my eyes. Some of you have become personified in my mind and I think of you as I knew you.

    So if then on some rare occasion I'd like to send a short post, I certainly want to be able to do that.
    Now; I HAVE registered, and it would be more right that I'd NOT have. If there are more readers like me, they should be able to post without registration.

    The reason why I don't post much is that I don't feel qualified; my attempt to learn programming was a lousy effort and I don't do programming related stuff much. But when I was studying C, I got help on this board (actually, on one section which doesn't exist any more) and found you that way. I keep coming back, because, as I said earlier, you are a "live" bunch of characters and I like to read what you're up to.

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