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Old 03-17-2005, 04:24 PM   #21
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Shatner sings

Boy did I walk into that one - sounds like I would imagine Shakespeare on LSD.

Memories of Tiny Tim and 'Tip toe throught the tulips with me'. Shudder - heh,heh.
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Old 03-17-2005, 04:27 PM   #22
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Boy did I walk into that one - sounds like I would imagine Shakespeare on LSD.
Now you understand the analogy with our dearest, hopefully soon to be departed troll.

By the way, Nimoy and Spiner also sang. Dont make me do it...
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I'm not kidding, TH. You really do need a hobby.

You need one real bad.
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I'm not kidding, TH. You really do need a hobby.

You need one real bad.
Looks to me like he's already got a real bad one...screwing around with you!
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Right, and on that note...may the following requests be submitted:

1. bunny with blueberry pancakes on head,

2. bunny in kayak with food item on head.
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Wild or cultivated blueberries?

Any preference to the type or color of kayak or the type of food the bunny will have on its head?

I'm on baby duty right now, but later I may have two free hands to photoedit with.
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