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Old 08-20-2002, 10:43 PM   #31
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superb?
Is what superb? Tiger Woods getting beat? YES.
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Bama, which college football will cry the most about getting screwed out of a spot in the national title game this year?
Well it certainly won't be the old Crimson Tide since they won't even be in contention for this coveted spot.

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Well it certainly won't be the old Crimson Tide since they won't even be in contention for this coveted spot.
Our appeal is pending.
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Is what superb? Tiger Woods getting beat? YES.
I actually meant are you superb, but that's a good answer.

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Be on the "lookout" for the marble over the next few days, if you know what I mean.

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Oh wise bama, you were right again. And for the record, steel really isn't flushable.

Next question - Was that too much information for a public forum?
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Bama, do you think Bert and Osama bin Laden are dead or alive?
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Was that too much information for a public forum?
No; this is "FREE YOUR MIND," remember?
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Bama, do you think Bert and Osama bin Laden are dead or alive?
i have a bert and ernie check. i know this has nothing to do with that, but i thought i should share that my checks have a sesame street theme.

when i send elvis my check, i wonder which character he'd prefer? my last check i wrote, to pay for my car insurance, was of elmo.
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Bama, do you think Bert and Osama bin Laden are dead or alive?
I am not sure whether The Osama is alive or in hell, though the chances for either of the 2 are near equal.

As for Bert, he has apparently returned to the U.S. but has not met the same consequences as "Taliban John" Walker or the kid from Louisiana. During a bout of insomnia, I was flipping channels late last night and happened uppon the Jerry Springer show, where I saw this:



I think Jerry Springer's show is a few days tape delayed.

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when i send elvis my check, i wonder which character he'd prefer? my last check i wrote, to pay for my car insurance, was of elmo.
I would suggest an image of the late Mr. Hooper.
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Bama,
well, there's been something bugging me for quite a while now. let me present you with a brief background: during my last year in high school, it wasn't clear to me who i might be going to my senior prom with (as i really wasn't going out with anyone at the time, nor had i been interested in anyone for that matter). well, it turned out that one of my guy friends decided to ask me to attend the prom with him. i said yes, and that was that (so i had thought). well, several days before prom, my best friend (of 12 years at that point) decided to profess her love for the same guy i was supposed to be going to prom with. i seriously had no idea she had the "hots" for him. not only that, she insisted that i not go with him. my reaction was just like, "wtf?!". at the time, i thought that was so selfish and unfair of her to drop a bomb on me like that. i mean, how was i supposed to find another date just a few days before the prom? well, i still went to prom with that guy and pretended nothing had happened. my friendship with this girl basically deteriorated after that incident. and believe it or not, i actually didn't feel all that bad...until about one or two years later. so tell me bama, was i in the wrong? are you still awake reading this? should i be talking to a therapist about this instead of you? this is some really profound stuff for FYM, eh? this wasn't the sort of question you were looking for, was it?
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I would suggest an image of the late Mr. Hooper.
i wish i had one. here's my choices:

1. zoe and rosita
2. the count
3. oscar the grouch
4. cookie monster
5. bert and ernie
6. elmo
7. big bird
8. grover

which one should i use?
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so tell me bama, was i in the wrong? are you still awake reading this? should i be talking to a therapist about this instead of you? this is some really profound stuff for FYM, eh? this wasn't the sort of question you were looking for, was it?
No, you were not in the wrong, but your friend's reaction was in the wrong. You were "friends" with your "friend," (obviously), and you were "friends" with the "guy friend," (also obviously). You had no oblgation to consult with her re: your prom date, especially since you had no knowledge of her fondness of him.

Yes, I am still awake.

No, a therapist is not necessary; you were in the right.

And it is profound for FYM, but better a thread be profound as opposed to profane.

This is not the type of question I expected, but I am more than happy to answer it the best I can.

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which one should i use?
Use Big Bird just for the sake of ambiguity.
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Right Mr Bama. This is serious. Why would a football team wait until very late in the season to start playing well? The Swans are floudering around the bottom half of the table, I am too scared to check the exact position. They had a coach leave on them who was known for his bastard tactics, yet managed to previously get them to a GF a few years ago. They tend to win or lose by large margins. They cannot get any consistency at all. What happens to a sports team's psyche to make this happen? How can they overcome it? Should they keep Roos on as coach? I think he will do a great job once he has a full season under his belt. Can they win again?

Should I leave and follow baseball instead? Baseball is a great game I think.

Please help me. I'm feeling very woeful.
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