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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Stonewolf, Jul 2, 2007.

  1. Warrior
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  2. Seabhac
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    The wheels on the bus go square square square.
  3. Warrior
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  4. Warrior
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  5. Warrior
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  6. Mendo
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    Who is your daddy, and who does he work for?

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  7. Seabhac
    War Chief
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  8. Warrior
    Snowhawk

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    New York, or New Yawk, is a special paradox. Betwixt the laws of both prudishness and sense. Free from the trappings of society while simultaneously proclaiming itself the center of Western culture. As independent from the laws of decency as they are from the laws of sound judgement and reason.

    Besides, a singular place among a nation of many millions while some nations nowhere near our population have two entries, still makes my point true. Personally, I now kind of want a tombstone shaped like a penis.
  9. Warrior
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  10. Urfang
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    Dammit, @Warrior, I snorked my water out through my nose when I got to the last part! :D
  11. Warrior
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    Four years ago... damn... And one of my first memes (ones I actually created)...

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  12. Warrior
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  13. Warrior
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  14. Warrior
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  15. Warrior
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  16. Seabhac
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    Well that's a good way to get people to shit in your urinals.
  17. Warrior
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  18. Urfang
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    What about "Old as dirt"? We need to get the geologists involved!
  19. Warrior
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  20. Hakon
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    *Puts on geology hat*

    Technically dirt isn't exactly 'geological' as most of what people refer to as 'dirt' is a mixture of sediment and biological material. It's as much biological, or in terms of the oldest deposits paleontological. Interestingly it does 'become' geological, insofar as it can be overcovered by further deposition and eventually compressed by geological forces into a sedementary rock deposit, but at that point it's no longer dirt, it's some form of coal or shale.