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WHAT THE ****** IS GOING ON HERE?!?!

A NEW ****** TOWN?!?!

FORMED BY A ****** IDIOT?!!?

AND JOINED BY OTHER ****** IDIOTS!!!

THIS IS ****** MUTINY!!!

YOU'RE ALL ******!!!

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don't worry notso ( I know you were), I can't apply. I'm not "new" or "improved".

Old and derelict works for me, too! <img src="/ubbt/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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thanksalot t&l, i dunno if I woulda put it THAT way. And you would have to accept that option I guess.Because here there are no standards!

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You're welcome. No problem. The pleasure was all mine, I'm sure! <img src="/ubbt/images/graemlins/crazy.gif" alt="" />

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Zark off Nippy.

They're mostly harmless.


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JLS and T&L - OUT OUT OUT!!!!

You said PLEASE.

You said THANK YOU.

This is a REVOLUTION!

Statements must echo disparaging comments about the increase of standards in Idiotville

- OR -

They must be revolting.

NCWalker

the TuckTummyVille MODERATOR!!!

(C'mon JUSTUSS, one teeny-weeny "Bite me." Loose the starched shirt, you are not a number, you can shake the chains of the matrix. I could then die a happy man.)

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>They must be revolting.


No, dear heart, that's just you.


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Dd, Bwaahaha..PLEASE, that was too funny. THANK YOU. He IS revolting!! And "mostly harmless", isn't that was said about Earthlings in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Universe?

NC, "thanksalot" was sarcastic. Sooorrreeeee (also sarcasm), too much standards for ya?,or just too confusing?, oh Holder of the Orb of Confusion. <img src="/ubbt/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/ubbt/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/ubbt/images/graemlins/tongue.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/ubbt/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />

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>Earthlings in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Universe?

Yeah. But it was Earth they were talking about...it was the solitary entry for our blue-green planet. Zark off was in it, also...quite a lot, too. There was also all kinds of gin and tonics...with all kinds of spellings...


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I love those books. Didna see the movie,actually I tried to watch it.

Well, goodnite (nappy-time), Arthur Dent.

Oooo another "mouse" reference, like Pinky and the Brain!

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I figured you would JLS. We seem to like the same reads (JLS)....JLS....

BTW: My 16 year old just read JLS. He said, "Mom, you have to read this book..." Um okay. Checked it out at the library when I was like, 13.....hehe!


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My DD15 still won't read it(JLS). And she wouldn't touch Hitchhiker. At least she's got Harry Potter and we got that in common. And those movies are great too.

Well, really off to bed, will be up til 4 AM tonite. Goodnite again, really. I'm gonna be banned again anyway for this "serious" talk about books and stuff.

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<img src="/ubbt/images/graemlins/eek.gif" alt="" /> How can I be replaced????? <img src="/ubbt/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" /> And so easily. <img src="/ubbt/images/graemlins/mad.gif" alt="" />


A smooth sea never made a skilled mariner.
~ English proverb



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neak,

You are not replaced. They feel that they can replace you because of your lack of standards. That makes you welcome here. Peruse above. Talk of books and there merits. Bleah. The neighborhood is going to pot.

Where is the OVERINDULGENCE???? Where is the INNUENDO??? Where is the quasi-revolting behavior that is strangely compelling?

You are welcome in MY town.

I am officially MODERATING out this book talk as counter-productive.

There is no "yin" in TuckTummyVille. Only runaway "yang."

neak, I christen you the wearer of the official town tee-shirt emblazoned with the town motto:

ALL MOTOR AND NO RUDDER

Wear it proudly. Unless you feel compelled to frolic. At which point you can still wear it, but not as a shirt.

It is OK to wear it whilst cavorting. But on odd days it must be inside out. Unless that becomes a standard. In which case you must wear it rightside in and wrongside out one even days, which of course are the ones divisible by prime numbers.

See how it works? If you do, then THAT is when you must go.

Some just don't take the hint.

JUSTUSS - Where is my "BITE ME"???? Don't make me bring out the vaunted double-dog-dare.

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>"BITE ME"????

I'd give you one, but:

1. It'd make Nippy way jealous
2. You've developed quite enough following as it is, thank you very much....there's no need to go and give you an even higher self image.


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NCW, if we have an official town tee-shirt that becomes a uniform which is a standard.

Although, I really, really want a tee-shirt with ALL MOTOR AND NO RUDDER on it.

I saw a girl wearing a tee-shirt at the university the other day and it said:

I SEE DUMB PEOPLE

I really wanted it. <img src="/ubbt/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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The tshirt I saw that I wanted said:

Donde esta mi pantelones?

Classic.


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neak,
I am officially MODERATING out this book talk as counter-productive.

NCW, I must appreciate the delicious irony of your addressing this comment to a newly-published author, with a 2nd book due out soon! <img src="/ubbt/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/ubbt/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" /> Poor Neak. So young to be disowned by your mother on the same day your lifework is labeled "counter-productive." Hubba hubba. Even I didn't work THAT fast!!! <img src="/ubbt/images/graemlins/rolleyes.gif" alt="" />

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I am delicious and full of iron. As well as irony. And I also iron.

In fact, I might be the ferrous one of all. BWAAA HAAAAA.

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AND

I might add for all of you to see, exactly which thread remained on page one on Friday night.

While some other thread fell by the wayside to page ... Oh, I don't know. As I am a little to classy to go past page 1. So's I don't know what page that other place fell to.

Do they have a page 100? Well it's on it.

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