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Old 04-20-2008, 02:36 AM   #886
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It is indeed a good thing that I'm only half paying attention to this thread.
Which is easily a half too much.
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If it's in support of Bono and Africa she might let you do it.
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Hey now, all I meant was would you like to step foot into the city that bares his name, you just had to take it a step further
i have no desire to go to alabama or arkansas or wherever it was, ever, except briefly enough for it to count in my pursuit of all 50 states (i believe airports/other transport hubs don't count, but driving through does)
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Or pushing her under a very slow, very heavy freight train ...
of course your version involves a train
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Old 04-20-2008, 02:37 AM   #890
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i have no desire to go to alabama or arkansas or wherever it was, ever, except briefly enough for it to count in my pursuit of all 50 states (i believe airports/other transport hubs don't count, but driving through does)
Setting foot doesn't count but zipping through in a car does?
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It is indeed a good thing that I'm only half paying attention to this thread.
Yeah.

I had a Larry insult that I was going to post, but ... we don't need to keep this going.
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"Who buys U2 records anyway? It's just music for plumbers and bricklayers. Bono, what a slob. You'd think with all that climbing about he does, he'd look real fit and that. But he's real fat, y'know. Reminds me of a soddin' mountain goat."
"And as for Bono, he needs a colostomy bag for his mouth."

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Old 04-20-2008, 02:37 AM   #892
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oh i thought of that very first when i read the question and rejected it - that woudln't be me in bono but a piece of silicone/glass/whatever attached to me.
Sex toys are probably illegal in Arkansas anyway, and indeed, illegal in Bono.


(I'll stop now, I swear. Let's have more about bashing Jamila.)
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King Crimson's Red it is.
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of course your version involves a train
I'd have thought it would have been funnier with a slow commuter train full of superthreaders.
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I'm not going to get close to my personal thread best of 241.
i wonder what mine is

i'd suspect i did my best in the early days, perhpas in the original or one of the early hijackings
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of course your version involves a train
Because what else is 2km long, weighs shitloads, and travels at 10km/h? That's right, an iron ore train in the Pilbara.

Now, being pushed under that, there's an agonising way to go.
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I'd have thought it would have been funnier with a slow commuter train full of superthreaders.
lol
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i wonder what mine is

i'd suspect i did my best in the early days, perhpas in the original or one of the early hijackings
I might look it up tomorrow, i'll see if i can be bothered.
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i have no desire to go to alabama or arkansas or wherever it was, ever, except briefly enough for it to count in my pursuit of all 50 states (i believe airports/other transport hubs don't count, but driving through does)
Hah. Yeah, I want to do all fifty states too. For those I don't want to visit, I'll just go to a railway museum or something and then bugger off.
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Because what else is 2km long, weighs shitloads, and travels at 10km/h? That's right, an iron ore train in the Pilbara.

Now, being pushed under that, there's an agonising way to go.
Wouldn't you be goneskis after the first engine?
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