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    Quote Originally Posted by dustymars View Post
    get a job dick wipe.
    Wouldn't that be counter productive to getting your guy elected?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dustymars View Post
    Foubert also had his students read Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, the monumental pro-individual, pro-liberty, anti-collectivist novel that, if she read, Dunham clearly did not understand and which certainly was not allowed to influence her son’s view of the world.
    Thank God.

    Friends don't let friends take Ayn Rand seriously.

    Mothers, don't let your babies either.





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    Quote Originally Posted by w. Rabbit View Post
    thank god.





    ^^^^^hahahahahahha

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    Quote Originally Posted by dustymars View Post
    typical Obozo supported

    Typical Miss Romney supporter:

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    Quote Originally Posted by dustymars View Post
    get a job dick wipe.
    Maybe I will if you SHOW ME YOUR BIRTH CERTIFICATE!!1!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince Tortelli View Post
    blah blah blah ... catamites ... blah blah blah ]
    Awesome.

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    I've had the highest WIN rate w/ Robert Ludlam, and Dan Brown books of all the stuff I've read. Haven't read one I didn't enjoy. That's hard, cos I'm a picky SOB.

    I just started Be Cool (Elmore Leonard), and it's shaping up nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobyclumsyninja View Post
    Dan Brown
    I actually no issue with his work but I mean come on I have to

    Dan Browned
    http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/DanBrowned

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodlun View Post
    I actually no issue with his work but I mean come on I have to

    Dan Browned
    http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/DanBrowned
    Haha

    Da Vinci code was the worst of them IMO. Digital Fortress was great. Angels and Demons was pretty damn good, but too churchy for my normal tastes...still a great read. He has five or six, that i could find. They were all very entertaining, and pinch-of-salt-informative.

    The Sherlock Holmes series was the best of anything, ever, to me. My desert island pick would be the Jeremy Brett Granada TV series on VHS, and the "cannon" of original stories.+

    EDIT: You know, I'd still need flint, tinder, a swiss army knife, a hacksaw, hammer, 5 - 7,000 nails, an axe, 500 feet of nylon rope, 48 feet of heavy chain, some thick tarps, a cartoonishly large machete, a generator hooked up to my VCR/TV, and a sock warmer. mmmm. Are you still reading this? Sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobyclumsyninja View Post

    The Sherlock Holmes series was the best of anything, ever, to me. My desert island pick would be the Jeremy Brett Granada TV series on VHS, and the "cannon" of original stories.+

    EDIT: You know, I'd still need flint, tinder, a swiss army knife, a hacksaw, hammer, 5 - 7,000 nails, an axe, 500 feet of nylon rope, 48 feet of heavy chain, some thick tarps, a cartoonishly large machete, a generator hooked up to my VCR/TV, and a sock warmer. mmmm. Are you still reading this? Sorry.
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