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Not a big fan of Jimmy but I wouldn't want to end the Human species over him either. ;) The whole, Sarasota section is what got me rolling. That place has great beaches if you ignore the pollution issues in the Gulf, moist, overcrowded & overpriced. Some people are nice (the natives) it's the people flooding in from out of state that come across as cold and anti-social. Just, not good combos IMO. So yeah Sarasota can GTFO for all I care. :ROFLMAO:
 

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Not a big fan of Jimmy but I wouldn't want to end the Human species over him either. ;) The whole, Sarasota section is what got me rolling. That place has great beaches if you ignore the pollution issues in the Gulf, moist, overcrowded & overpriced. Some people are nice (the natives) it's the people flooding in from out of state that come across as cold and anti-social. Just, not good combos IMO. So yeah Sarasota can GTFO for all I care. :ROFLMAO:

How are you not a big fan of Jimmy? He's the nicest human on the planet.
 

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Same reason I'm not a big fan of Yoo Jae-suk. I heard about him, and see him on youtube every now and again, but I don't tune in or care to tune in enough to become a major fan. Seems likable but he's not on my heavy listen-to list like (to stay in his field) Conan O'Brien. I still wouldn't want to destroy all humans over Conan O'Brien. :p

Not a big fan but not an anti-fan if that makes sense.
 

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So, I finally found out what the machine next to the water cooler at work does.

It's the most popular machine I have ever encountered; Every time I asked anyone what it did, they would start going on about how great it was. But they never got around to telling me what it actually does.

Yes, I am sure it's a very nice machine. But would it have hurt to tell me that it's for freezing water??
 

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There's an old Wizard of Id cartoon which goes something like this:

A couple of guys are walking a country lane.

One of them says, "It's a muggy day," whereupon somebody steps from behind a tree and says, "Stand and deliver."
 

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There's an old Wizard of Id cartoon which goes something like this:

A couple of guys are walking a country lane.

One of them says, "It's a muggy day," whereupon somebody steps from behind a tree and says, "Stand and deliver."

I read Wizard of Id in the newspaper religiously growing up. I also loved B.C. (so much that I got a B.C. book for xmas one year) and a few others, sometimes Spiderman, NEVER Superman, though. Fuck that guy. BOR-ing! And I really loved Sundays for the big, multi-page color comics section!
 

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I like the headline better with the bomb.
Everything is always better with a bomb.
Only an American …
 

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That's not a bomb, it's an artillery shell. You can see the grooves for the drive bands.

The article slipped up just once, and correctly called it a shell; They should sack their Editor in Charge of Dumbing Down Articles for that oversight.
It's Huffpo, man. Like Salon, it gets the writers (and editors) it pays for.
 

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That's not a bomb, it's an artillery shell. You can see the grooves for the drive bands.

The article slipped up just once, and correctly called it a shell; They should sack their Editor in Charge of Dumbing Down Articles for that oversight.
It's Huffpo, man. Like Salon, it gets the writers (and editors) it pays for.
The point is, everyone except an American would know that bombs and shells go in check baggage, not carry on bags!
 

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That's not a bomb, it's an artillery shell. You can see the grooves for the drive bands.

The article slipped up just once, and correctly called it a shell; They should sack their Editor in Charge of Dumbing Down Articles for that oversight.
Well if they used “shell”, people would just think that’s unconchionable.
 

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One of the challenges of my new job driving buses is the night work. Brisbane has fairly dim and widely spaced street lighting, and at night it can be difficult to see prospective passengers waiting at bus stops, particularly if there are trees casting patterns of shadow, or if the prospective passengers are wearing dark clothing.

On my first few late shifts, I frequently saw a child in dark clothing, wearing a red hat, at or near the stops along my routes; However he never seemed interested in actually boarding the bus if I stopped and opened the doors.

I finally saw him during the daytime, and asked him what his game was, but he refused to answer me; So I took his picture to show to security.


 

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One of the challenges of my new job driving buses is the night work. Brisbane has fairly dim and widely spaced street lighting, and at night it can be difficult to see prospective passengers waiting at bus stops, particularly if there are trees casting patterns of shadow, or if the prospective passengers are wearing dark clothing.

On my first few late shifts, I frequently saw a child in dark clothing, wearing a red hat, at or near the stops along my routes; However he never seemed interested in actually boarding the bus if I stopped and opened the doors.

I finally saw him during the daytime, and asked him what his game was, but he refused to answer me; So I took his picture to show to security.



Who informed Bilby, if he starts talking trash, return to security immediately.
 

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This is how the AI interprets the word narcissistic: "narc is his Dick"

Also, Hare Krishnas:
hairy Christians
Harry Christians
hardy Christians
Harriet Christians
 
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