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Old 12-31-2012, 02:19 AM   #290941
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Miles doesn't want you to have choice. This isn't a cheerocracy.
I want him to have plenty of choices, so long as they are all my choices.
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What about elves, oompa loompas, or oddjob, they are pretty hairless, right?
Elves can go either way.
Oompa Loompas have a pretty tall green do, but not sure about overall hairiness.
Harold Sakata/Oddjob is probably only artificially hairless on account of being a pro wrestler.
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Old 12-31-2012, 02:21 AM   #290943
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i tried on that pilot chrono a few days ago

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macbook pro cost 2x the lenovo
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Old 12-31-2012, 02:21 AM   #290944
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Either that Frank is fat or Miles build quality is unequivocally appalling.
Either way, I think we're in for a Miles self-appreciation moment.
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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.
the founding fathers also didn't have the intention that slavery would be abolished and women would like to have a voice. The constitution is only good for some things, and really needs to evolve with the time. That is what amendments are for in the first place.

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Don't worry, you're second.
I like to be first. Have you learned nothing from the intarwebz?
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Good thing you're coming up here for the Berkeley Marina meet to make up for this last visit you flaked on me.

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I thought we could meet up later. I even offered to meet you in Oakland, but I didn't hear back from you.

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The only Rolex I can reasonably afford, I do not like. I am not a diving watch person. And I am not your typical Filipino, in the same way you are not a typical Japanese.
Which Rolex do you like?

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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 love Rolex. They will always hold their value, unlike many of the trendy watches right now (Panerai, Breitling).

The Milgauss is beautiful.

The gold Sub with blue dial and bezel is just incredible.

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Either way, I think we're in for a Miles self-appreciation moment.
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in what sense?
In the sense.
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drums are magazines with a small axial curve radius to reduce size. There are also magazines with greater capacity than drums. Makes no difference.
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I know. Doesn't match the rest of your body.
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that's quite a big factor to compromise on ...
Oh well...
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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.
No, they probably didn't. But they didn't think of the internet when they wrote the 1st amendment either, should that be revised?

Fact of the matter is they wanted the people to be as armed as the governments soldiers, and that's something that should be true regardless of time period
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i tried on that pilot chrono a few days ago

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macbook pro cost 2x the lenovo
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like hopes and dreams, or just brain cells?
Well, I guess hopes and dreams may go along with the brain cells. Great stuff in that aspect and why its used in making various chemicals and some drugs.
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No, they probably didn't. But they didn't think of the internet when they wrote the 1st amendment either, should that be revised?

Fact of the matter is they wanted the people to be as armed as the governments soldiers, and that's something that should be true regardless of time period
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f off, miles
you are so wrong
let me pop this zit while i bask in my dirty clothes and wait for the microwave dinner to finish
I think all you did was just prove how korean you are.
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Sorry

I thought we could meet up later. I even offered to meet you in Oakland, but I didn't hear back from you.
Which Rolex do you like?
I love Rolex. They will always hold their value, unlike many of the trendy watches right now (Panerai, Breitling).
The Milgauss is beautiful.
The gold Sub with blue dial and bezel is just incredible.
Precious metal rolexes don't hold thier value well. I want a blk and gold two tone sub, but i'm too young for it.
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Something with a less conspicuous bezel. Maybe a Datejust II?
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