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Old 07-26-2008, 11:13 PM   #466
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I like Billy Ray.
Billy Ray is better than fat man, I'll give you that
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I'd rather eat crayons than listen to that ...
Fine Ill listen to Billy Ray while you sit and eat a fushia colored crayon... Fine with me.
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So, you gonna hit 60k today, Ax?
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Fine Ill listen to Billy Ray while you sit and eat a fushia colored crayon... Fine with me.
Fushia is known in most circle to be the yuckiest of all crayon colors
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For sure. I keep wondering if there are precarious mountain pass lines like you see in the movies.. there aren't any tunnels on here. I've never been through a tunnel on a train, there must be some out west.

To think of how the railroad came to be here, how it united us from coast to coast.. to see how it has dwindled in recent years is really quite heartbreaking.
Yeah, I know the line through the Rockies is one hell of a feat of engineering. Got to get myself to Canada one day! And wow, there's no tunnels out your way? I take them for granted! Then again, I do come from Wellington, a fucking hilly place, and the railway line from central Wellington the Kapiti Coast has about ten tunnels ...

Government underinvestment in infrastructure seems to be a common pattern worldwide. Or at least outside Europe. Now there's a continent that's got transport right. Meanwhile, in North America and down in this part of the world, governments still seem to forget that investing in rail would be a fucking good idea to reduce road congestion and pollution.
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Google ad: "My guide Ireland - your destination specialist"
And what's the picture of? Rolling green hills? Ancient ruins? Dublin's architecture?

No. It's an old dude untangling a fishing net.

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So, you gonna hit 60k today, Ax?
Shouldn't be hard! Got my post planned too.
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I want a Brittany dog... Ill name it Brittany.
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Fine Ill listen to Billy Ray while you sit and eat a fushia colored crayon... Fine with me.
Mmm, numnum. Time I worked on my DI list too... *fuschia-coloured *
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Google ad: "My guide Ireland - your destination specialist"
And what's the picture of? Rolling green hills? Ancient ruins? Dublin's architecture?

No. It's an old dude untangling a fishing net.

Well, I suppose he would be a "destination specialist" if you were going to Ireland to check out fish markets ...!
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All I have to say is

HATERS!!!

I like country music... a lot. So anyone that doesnt can just

EAT CRAYONS!!!




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HATERS!!!

I like country music... a lot. So anyone that doesnt can just

EAT CRAYONS!!!




Brittany.
A bowl of yellow crayons sounds like a good idea.
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Ok, so, looking through the DI lists I noted the following:

PFan did a double album, and his list was only about 2 Hours long
Atomic Bono broke her list up into four parts, but it as one long list
Pla/Tre broke their list up into six parts, similar to AB
John/Dani did the same, breaking theirs into 7 parts
And The Tourist used three vinyl albums
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Nice!


Must eat... where did the other crayons go?
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