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Old 06-05-2006, 08:06 AM   #16
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i think not. i've already forged signatures, shredded papers, and lied till my teeth were stained with the yellow of a dirty lie.

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my sole purpose in breathing life back into this thread is simply to expose zoomerang96's current critical unappeal to those members who somehow may have overlooked or missed this disgraceful jumble of words and use of space.

a public service some might contend. no need for thanks. as an upstanding (and coherent) member of this community, i consider this an inherent duty.

(i could easily resurrect numerous other "one-star" quality threads "excreted" by this zoomerang character, but i believe in preserving other's dignity)
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Not sure I approve of this thread.

































































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are you this much in love?

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my sole purpose in breathing life back into this thread is simply to expose zoomerang96's current critical unappeal to those members who somehow may have overlooked or missed this disgraceful jumble of words and use of space.

a public service some might contend. no need for thanks. as an upstanding (and coherent) member of this community, i consider this an inherent duty.

(i could easily resurrect numerous other "one-star" quality threads "excreted" by this zoomerang character, but i believe in preserving other's dignity)


what?



get yourhand out of your pants!









zoom said were gonna make it afterall.................. now its time to put on some sheer energy hose and some skirt ..brush the hair..and step out onto the night sidewalk and strut the stuff
bull is getting his noontime fix.....his wife is yelling at the kids next door.
we smoke about a thousand lucky strikes....i wont admit it...but i feel as if im gonna barf.....we only have 2 bucks but somehow we'll make it to NYC












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Old 06-12-2006, 12:17 AM   #23
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looks like this guy was born out of time.
Those cases are always the worst
and very hard to cure.
Most likely, he'll end up going absolutely crazy.
The awkwardness and frustration
of living in an era you don't belong in will be too much.

the last guy I knew to have this infliction drowned himself in the seine

don't do it, man...it's not worth it! society loves you. They'll rape your checkbook and laugh at you when you get smothered in debt...but they love you. it's tough love
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Old 06-12-2006, 01:10 AM   #24
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looks like this guy was born out of time.
Those cases are always the worst
and very hard to cure.
Most likely, he'll end up going absolutely crazy.
The awkwardness and frustration
of living in an era you don't belong in will be too much.

the last guy I knew to have this infliction drowned himself in the seine

don't do it, man...it's not worth it! society loves you. They'll rape your checkbook and laugh at you when you get smothered in debt...but they love you. it's tough love
wow.
tell me more, please
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The awkwardness and frustration
of living in an era you don't belong in will be too much.
Do you know, back in the 1870's you could leave your mangle outside and not a single individual of the proletariat would even consider thievery. You could remove the entire front of your house exposing all you possessions for the community to see and they would only pass by like random autumn leaves nursing a seasonal hangover. Nowadays apathy is as convenient as fast food, modesty has become a fashion, and we're slowly selling our souls to the devil at a reduced price.

At the end of the day..it gets dark doesn't it. That is a lesson for us all. Spread the love my fellow citizens and remember to pass the salt.
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count marzipan pretty much rocks, guys.
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Old 06-17-2006, 07:15 AM   #27
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I agree
theres an important macabre spark there

but zoom...its sad to say but it looks like your audience is thinning.
your not attracting as many users to your ramblings...people arent as curious as they used to be ....or appreciative of your tom foolery

does that hurt you?

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Old 06-17-2006, 09:43 AM   #28
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why else do you think i'm obsessed with yesterday's russia, and yesterday's women?
Well, this woman's not Russian (she's Ukrainian), but she certainly dresses like it's still yesterday.



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Old 06-17-2006, 03:03 PM   #29
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yes, i've seen her, melon! didn't she do well in the last ukranian elections?

she's quite lovely, politics aside (from which i know absolutely NOTHING of what she stands by. politics are still gross though).

carrieluv, threads like this deserve no response. if i wanted people to pay attention i'd at least try to make something that would be of interest to them.

i 7ust don't give a shit. this is more fun, i find.
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yes, i've seen her, melon! didn't she do well in the last ukranian elections?

she's quite lovely, politics aside (from which i know absolutely NOTHING of what she stands by. politics are still gross though).
I quite knew you would! The last Ukrainian elections were a mess; they still haven't formed a government, and there's a strong possibility that President Yushchenko will toss out the elections and call another one soon.

I'm not entirely sure of Yulia Tymoshenko's politics either. But she was a billionaire oligarch in the post-Soviet era, meaning she was bad, but then supposedly she showed strong signs she was "reformed" by cracking down on them when she was Prime Minister in 2005. Of course, it could also have been the (political) reality that there's no point in getting richer once you're already a billionaire.

Yes, politics have cooties.

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