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Old 02-27-2008, 03:39 PM   #61
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I thought that was yesterday she wasn't gonna be here.
you live in the future! she was going by the u.s. prehistoric time.
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As a side note, my fingers are still really sore from such a long practice last night. And my wrist. I hope I don't get carpal tunnels (sp?) from playing guitar.
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you live in the future! she was going by the u.s. prehistoric time.
I live in the US, silly.
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I love the smell of fresh laundry.
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that's what you'd like us to believe.
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And freshly baked biscuits. Maybe I'll do that today.
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You're doing great with the Axver calls.
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that's what you'd like us to believe.
Actually I live on the Lost island. I'm the guy who imputs the numbers. But I figured out how to jury-rig interference to work.
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You're doing great with the Axver calls.
Thanks. It's my goal in life, actually.
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I wish the mail would get here sooner. I have a package that should be arriving today.
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I think I'm gonna make pancakes for dinner.
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i've never seen the show, t hough the cast stood behind us at the hawaii gig. my friends were freaking out but i had no idea who they were.

anyway...can you rig the 15 second thing? that needs to go.
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I'm such a fucking postwhore. I'm just posting my random, inane thoughts now.
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My university sucks for that. They only want you to repeat everything you've researched back to them, screw original thought.
Are you in the Humanities or Arts? From what I hear about Humanities and Arts here in the US if you dare to have an original opinion you'll be rewarded with a D.

Sciences can be a little more "in your face"
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