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Old 12-31-2012, 01:12 AM   #290921
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doesn't everyone love rolex?
i'd rock that explorer II or the milgauss or the DAYTONA
except with that kind of money, i'd probably get something else and keep the change
I almost went with a Pam instead, but a Rolex is classic. will always look good.
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Old 12-31-2012, 01:12 AM   #290922
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But trolls are supposed to be hairy...
What about elves, oompa loompas, or oddjob, they are pretty hairless, right?
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Old 12-31-2012, 01:13 AM   #290923
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What are you trying to say?
Either that Frank is fat or Miles build quality is unequivocally appalling.
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Old 12-31-2012, 01:13 AM   #290924
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Frank, I already asked about her. Was all good until the last line.
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oh and no berkeley/marina meet for me
the 19th? my gf will be in town ... i choose the vajayjay over hanging out with a bunch of dudes
That's a first.
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Old 12-31-2012, 01:14 AM   #290926
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Cheese pizza
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apple juice is the juice that comes from apples though. I'm good with that, unless you're stealing it from the cheese pizza, then that's not cool
Now some of the conversations Wes and I were having might make sense to you.

We really like melted cheese and tomato sauce and on a quality dough.
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Old 12-31-2012, 01:14 AM   #290927
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I didn't know about it till last week. Sorry Kalim
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Old 12-31-2012, 01:14 AM   #290928
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I almost went with a Pam instead, but a Rolex is classic. will always look good.
IWC portuguese chronograph


but that's low on my priority
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That's a first.
Don't worry, you're second.
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Joke's on you! You're the hairiest of them all!
I don't even have bear arms.
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IWC portuguese chronograph


but that's low on my priority
I am okay with this.
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It's like one of those "Here are three features, pick only two" kinda things.
The life of an engineer...sigh.
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That's a first.
in what sense?
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IWC portuguese chronograph


but that's low on my priority
<3 IWC

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Your posts are like venom.

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That was a good one.
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I don't even have bear arms.
I know. Doesn't match the rest of your body.
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And Kalim is the kind of person that simply says "yes" when you ask how many he would like.
Yes.
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Pretty much. Would have been nice if it was a girl, but you have to compromise somewhere.
that's quite a big factor to compromise on ...
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that's quite a big factor to compromise on ...
90% engineer, that he is. You're 90% of his Korean woman ideal.
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The founding fathers intended the citizenry to be as well armed as the government, the whole point of the 2nd amendment is to give the people the power to rebel against an oppressive government after all

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If you can assume that was the intention of our founding fathers, I can assume our founding fathers didn't think of fully automatic sub machine guns when they wrote the 2nd amendment.
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