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ROLLING!!

I needed that.
 
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funnier than I expected. and my year-old tick scar still itches.
 
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The concept of the wiping sock was just a bit too much for me...
 
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I don't know what a wiping sock is, but I can't help but think it is really messed up.
 
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lol funny stuff, but um....is this a tick *bends over*
 
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This was hilarious. Thanks
 
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Yeah, a wiping sock! You can get your hand all the way in their for good performance. ROFL!
 
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That was awesome!
 
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Why ARE swans so expensive??
 
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Epic
 
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Why ARE swans so expensive



Ask Voltaire.
 
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These folks need guinea fowl and bantam hens. That combination is said to reduce tick populations by 95%.

I have some brain dead people living at my place who don't "believe" in electricity.
 
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good stuff.

i like the kid asking if rabbit poop goes in the compost or in the worm bins!
 
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How CAN someone not believe in electricity ? Its like saying i dont believe in rainbows. . How do they think the computer works?

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John Polk wrote:

Why ARE swans so expensive


Ask Voltaire.



Ask Nassim Taleb.
The Black Swan (Taleb_book)
 
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David Livingston wrote:Dale
How CAN someone not believe in electricity ? Its like saying i don't believe in rainbows. . How do they think the computer works?

David



Their words . Of course they both grew up with it, but they handed the deep cycle battery and lights off to another tenant. Their van has lights and stores that they frequent have electricity as well. Fear of radio waves, goblins or something. There's a one year old kid. He can't hear any negative words. Instead of "Don't touch the wood stove", they say "Honey, I'd really prefer that you stay away from the stove if you think...because" They only eat various forms of paste. After 20 months of living there for free, very little (what I could do in a week) has been done.

 
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Well at least you made us laugh, so it's not a total loss!
 
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Rebecca Norman wrote:Well at least you made us laugh, so it's not a total loss!



I've heard that said about the Bush presidency.
 
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There is a sock puppet character to rival Triumph the Insult Dog in there somewhere !
 
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Oh no , did the sock puppet on the left say he had to wipe the middle sock puppet during a campng trip ?
 
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