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Old 01-08-2006, 05:57 PM   #21
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Gotta love the jug.

We gotta get out of this place if its the last thing we ever do....
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Toronto is New York City organised by the Swiss.
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Yes, RE taxes are higher in the surrounding burbs, but I come out way ahead trading a few grand more RE taxes for lower income taxes.
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We also have plenty of S.bucks there, I liked the one on the corner of Beaver and Broad, the young girls are yummy delish, ouch!!!!!* My wife just clocked me.
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Ha, you old pervert you! (That's a good thing).

Jarhead, who agrees with ReWahoo, that Texas is the best college football team in the country.
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How I hated to cheer for Texas, but I have to stick with the Big 12.
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There is is again.* Jarhead, REW, what's the scoop on this saying? I looked back at prior posts, and cannot find out why this is happening.* Although, it is an accurate statement.
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There is is again. Jarhead, REW, what's the scoop on this saying? I looked back at prior posts, and cannot find out why this is happening. Although, it is an accurate statement.
There was a bet and Jarhead lost.
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I thought it was the amendment about cruel & unusual punishment!
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