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Old 03-14-2013, 02:40 PM   #319201
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When you mentioned before that it was inconveniencing you, I suggested canceling it and mailing it to me. That was weeks ago.

So there was some implied pre-existing flail.
Yeah, true. Kalim was like, "Oh, I'll keep it in my wallet because Rick will be at the Tanforan meet tonight." So I was like "meh, guess it'll be quicker that way." And then you don't show.

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Old 03-14-2013, 02:41 PM   #319202
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Yeah, true. Kalim was like, "Oh, I'll keep it in my wallet because Rick will be at the Tanforan meet tonight." So I was like "meh, guess it'll be quicker that way." And then you don't show.

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But but but...


It was cold


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Solid 3-way flailing going on.
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Really?

I don't remember seeing it at your house

Also what does the bolded part mean?
It's been parked at Ervin's house for many moons.

M3, 4dr, Auto.
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Yeah, true. Kalim was like, "Oh, I'll keep it in my wallet because Rick will be at the Tanforan meet tonight." So I was like "meh, guess it'll be quicker that way." And then you don't show.

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M3, 4dr, Auto.
How many other bimmers do you own, apart from the e30, beater m3 and the 332i?
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Well we didn't want to tell you but he actually owns your car, and you owe him rent
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This pleases me
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Just those 4.
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Hmm, want a new belt for everyday stuff.



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It was cold


It was cold, my tire was flat, etc...

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Hmm, want a new belt for everyday stuff.



or

everyday stuff? like keeping your pants up?

what else does one use them for?
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what else does one use them for?
Where Miles goes, he doesn't need pants




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everyday stuff? like keeping your pants up?

what else does one use them for?
For holding a really big knife or a pistol to your waist.

No, I'm just rather hard on my clothing, so I wanted something that lasted a big longer before it got all trashed up, and something that was more adjustable.
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You shank my jengaship.



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