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Mr. Silly

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Mr. Silly last won the day on September 23 2020

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  • Birthday 01/15/1963

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  1. Naw, I plagiarized it.
  2. Mr. Silly

    Hallelujah

    You pick a phrase, you pick a rhyme. Repeat the sound another time. Five iambs then an extra beat will do ya. Another rhyme, a rising note, congratulations, you just wrote another damn verse to Hallelujah.
  3. Are estate sales a thing in your area. I've found they're a great option for getting good furniture at a reasonable price. It helps to go to the estate sales that are in neighborhoods that are a little nicer than the one you live in. If you go the last hour or two before they close, they're desperate to get rid of stuff which allows you to dictate the price. I bought a Brioyhill dinning room table in 'like new' condition for $100 and 4 dinning room chairs for $25 each. I probably could have offered less and they still would have accepted the offer. Another time, I saw a dresser for $100 I liked. I went home to get my checkbook. While I was away, the time went past 4:00 and there was less than an hour remaining in the estate sale. Anyway, when I got back, the price dropped to $25.
  4. and it is farting x-rays. Read all about it here.
  5. They came into fashion again in my area about 10 years ago. People started making their garage's attic livable. It isn't a bad way to add living space to their homes.
  6. Five score and seven.
  7. I noticed that too. My takeaway was functional plumbing in Russia is the equivalent of a 6 figure income in the US.
  8. Tuesday, by the way, is named after the god Mars. "BS!", you might retort, pointing out, "if it were then it would be called 'Marsday' or some such." Ah, to that I would reply that the Norse people named it after their god of war, 'Tyr' and the Old English variant of Tyr was "Tiw's Day" which morphed into Tewesday in Middle English and finally landing on the Tuesday we all know and love.
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