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I feel that we have been unnecessarily hard on SW today


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What the hell?

 

Unesscarily hard?  Of course, it's rarely nescary to be hard on people, but that doesn't mean you should stop doing it.

 

There seems to be something about living close to a coast and turning into a soft pansy.

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Pat, I want to be your friend and I want to trust you but I think you may have ugly wires.

 

I say you give us a mailing address Pat, and we mail you signs you have to hold up, sort of like this:

 

http://forum.419eater.com/forum/album.php

 

Otherwise, I will have to view you like this still

 

 

Okay, friend, give us your address and get your camera ready.

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Pat, I want to be your friend and I want to trust you but I think you may have ugly wires.

I say you give us a mailing address Pat, and we mail you signs you have to hold up, sort of like this:

Otherwise, I will have to view you like this still

Okay, friend, give us your address and get your camera ready.


Give you my address? Like I should trust folks from the internet?
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Give you my address? Like I should trust folks from the internet?

 

We are NOT just folks from the internet. We are folks from the SquareWheels Forum (and we have the scars to prove it).  Most of us are refugees from that other place.

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Are you into this whipping stuff. You Texas folks are an odd bunch. Almost as weird as those from Massachusetts.

You know how in Charlie Brown, when an adult speaks, all the kids hear is "Wah, Wah, wahwah Wah"?  I am sort of like that with you.  I see your pretty typed out words, but all my eye peepers tell my brain bucket is "Hey, look, a sock puppet!"

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