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Old 06-06-2008, 04:55 PM   #166
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Old 06-06-2008, 05:24 PM   #167
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Just as you think they're crazies, they think you're just as crazy for thinking the way you do. Who's right and who's wrong? You were the one that was thinking if Hilary won the nomination, you'd rather be in Prague or something, rather than supporting her as the Democratic nominee, which is probably what Obama would have wanted his supporters to do.
I still would have voted for her. There's a big difference between not actively campaigning and voting for someone with completely different views.
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Old 06-06-2008, 05:31 PM   #168
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Ok, point taken.
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For an illustration, it's like supporting the Rebel alliance in Star Wars even if you don't actively fight with them, but ultimately supporting them when it counts vs. going over and supporting Vader and the Emperor.

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This afternoon is just dragging on. 2 more hours to go.
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Old 06-06-2008, 05:41 PM   #171
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Well maybe y'all should just come on over to the east coast, it's almost 6pm here
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Old 06-06-2008, 05:49 PM   #173
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For an illustration, it's like supporting the Rebel alliance in Star Wars even if you don't actively fight with them, but ultimately supporting them when it counts vs. going over and supporting Vader and the Emperor.

I'm not into Star Wars, sorry. But I could kind of see what you're saying.
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I feel like people who aren't into Star Wars are deprived of everything life has to offer
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For an illustration, it's like supporting the Rebel alliance in Star Wars even if you don't actively fight with them, but ultimately supporting them when it counts vs. going over and supporting Vader and the Emperor.

LMAO
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Laura,
I like ur analogy there. I certainly got it..



btw.. i just now noticed I finally made it over 9k posts..
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I'm falling asleep at my desk.

Friday afternoons are generally slow, but today is exceptionally quiet and boring.
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Friday afternoons are generally slow, but today is exceptionally quiet and boring.

Aww



Gas prices are too darn expensive so it's like my parents and I are trapped in our own home.
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It's ridiculous how high they are. As I was driving in to work this morning, I saw it for $1.41, which is the highest I've ever seen it. And of course I'm going to have to fill up at some point this weekend. I'm hoping it will last me until I can get out to where the cheaper gas is.
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