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3.  You were actually in Guadalajara.



Resistance ain't no good. Y'all's gonna be assimilated.--The Good Ol' Borg


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I'm never so happy as when I'm covered in bird poop, cat hair, dog slobber and garden dirt.
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Quote: troubleagain wrote at 4:51 PM on December 10, 2007:
3.  You were actually in Guadalajara.


I'm pretty sure it was Cal-i-for-ni-a. The last time I went to Guadalajara I woke up with a tattoo of Scott Baio on my hiney and had signed a contract to produce a musical version of My Mother The Car with an all poodle cast. Big grin

It's number one. I NEED to rake leafs but I haven't yet. C'mon KOS show us what a dirty rotten liar you are!
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1. Although not normally a morning person, I have frequently been getting up before 6 AM recently.

2. My car got stuck in the snow Saturday.

3. I went to Caribou Coffee Saturday.




As it flew, an idea formed itself in the Procurator's mind, which was now bright and clear. It was this: the hegemon had examined the case of the vagrant philosopher Yeshua, surnamed Ha-Notsri, and could not substantiate the criminal charge made against him. In particular he could not find the slightest connection between Yeshua's actions and the recent disorders in Jerusalem. The vagrant philosopher was mentally ill, as a result of which the sentence of death pronounced on Ha-Notsri by the Lesser Sanhedrin would not be confirmed. But in view of the danger of unrest liable to be caused by Yeshua's mad, utopian preaching, the Procurator would remove the man from Jerusalem and sentence him to imprisonment in Caesarea Stratonova on the Mediterranean — the place of the Procurator's own residence. It only remained to dictate this to the secretary.
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#3, You went to the Starbucks across the street from the Starbucks.


With glamour girls/You'll never click/Bewhiskered like/a Bolshevik/ Burma-Shave
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Obviously it's number one. You actually set your alarm clock wrong again and what you think is 6:00 A.M. is actually 6:00 P.M.. The weird part is you, as of yet, have not figured out why you've been late to work everyday.
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#2. It happened after 12:00 so technically it was on Sunday.


"You don't adopt a wheel just for fun." ~ dragoncat

I before E except after C, or your weird caffeinated neighbor Sheila will seize your protein for leisure.
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Well, it is umop's turn.  I have been getting up early quite a bit lately.  And I did go to Caribou Coffee, and in fact went back to the same one today, getting a $0.10 discount by correctly answering the trivia question, who was president (they didn't say president of what) in 1914?

But, my new car has performed admirably in the snow.



As it flew, an idea formed itself in the Procurator's mind, which was now bright and clear. It was this: the hegemon had examined the case of the vagrant philosopher Yeshua, surnamed Ha-Notsri, and could not substantiate the criminal charge made against him. In particular he could not find the slightest connection between Yeshua's actions and the recent disorders in Jerusalem. The vagrant philosopher was mentally ill, as a result of which the sentence of death pronounced on Ha-Notsri by the Lesser Sanhedrin would not be confirmed. But in view of the danger of unrest liable to be caused by Yeshua's mad, utopian preaching, the Procurator would remove the man from Jerusalem and sentence him to imprisonment in Caesarea Stratonova on the Mediterranean — the place of the Procurator's own residence. It only remained to dictate this to the secretary.
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1.) It is very cold outside at the moment here in the Phoenix area.

2.) I'm going out to sing for the second night in a row.

3.) The company President where I work is named Bush.


"You don't adopt a wheel just for fun." ~ dragoncat

I before E except after C, or your weird caffeinated neighbor Sheila will seize your protein for leisure.
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#3, His name is actually H.R. Clinton


With glamour girls/You'll never click/Bewhiskered like/a Bolshevik/ Burma-Shave
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2.  It's actually the third night in a row.  (You wild and crazy party-girl, you!) Dancing upside down banana  Dancing bunny 



Resistance ain't no good. Y'all's gonna be assimilated.--The Good Ol' Borg


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I'm never so happy as when I'm covered in bird poop, cat hair, dog slobber and garden dirt.
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It's number one. Actually it is cold where you are but you are confused. You woke up in Fargo, N.D. this morning but think you're in Phoenix.
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It was soooooo cold out last night, when I went out karaokeing for the second night in a row, that I had to wear 3 layers, all of them long sleeve, in order to be only slightly chilly as opposed to freezing my azz off.

It's doggie's turn to lie. Actually the CEO, not the Prez, has the famous name but he spells it differently. I guess when I use my choice of avatar as a clue, I shouldn't be surprised that the first guess would be correct. Big grin 


"You don't adopt a wheel just for fun." ~ dragoncat

I before E except after C, or your weird caffeinated neighbor Sheila will seize your protein for leisure.
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1. I saw the Pope when I was in Austria.
2. I was front page news in a newspaper once.
3. The governor goes to my church.


With glamour girls/You'll never click/Bewhiskered like/a Bolshevik/ Burma-Shave
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It's number one. True you were in Austria but who you thought was the Pope was actually a cross dressing Maximilian Schell lookalike.
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#3  It's actually the head of the state tax agency.




As it flew, an idea formed itself in the Procurator's mind, which was now bright and clear. It was this: the hegemon had examined the case of the vagrant philosopher Yeshua, surnamed Ha-Notsri, and could not substantiate the criminal charge made against him. In particular he could not find the slightest connection between Yeshua's actions and the recent disorders in Jerusalem. The vagrant philosopher was mentally ill, as a result of which the sentence of death pronounced on Ha-Notsri by the Lesser Sanhedrin would not be confirmed. But in view of the danger of unrest liable to be caused by Yeshua's mad, utopian preaching, the Procurator would remove the man from Jerusalem and sentence him to imprisonment in Caesarea Stratonova on the Mediterranean — the place of the Procurator's own residence. It only remained to dictate this to the secretary.
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I'll take two, then.  You were actually for sale in the want ads.



Resistance ain't no good. Y'all's gonna be assimilated.--The Good Ol' Borg


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I'm never so happy as when I'm covered in bird poop, cat hair, dog slobber and garden dirt.
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Quote: swampbear wrote at 7:41 PM on December 18, 2007:
It's number one. True you were in Austria but who you thought was the Pope was actually a cross dressing Maximilian Schell lookalike.



Actually it was some shirtless fat dude drinking a beer on stage.  My cousin and  I were pictured as part of a story about a heatwave in Alpena, MI.  The governor does go to my church, but last time I saw him there, he looked like he had been on a 6 day bender.


Lie to me Mr. Bear!


With glamour girls/You'll never click/Bewhiskered like/a Bolshevik/ Burma-Shave
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Quote: dogbutler wrote at 5:36 AM on December 20, 2007:

Actually it was some shirtless fat dude drinking a beer on stage. 


Yeah, I could see how he was easily mistaken for the Pope. Laughing

1. There's a box sitting here in my study and I don't know what's in it even though it's been sitting here for a week.

2. I finally cleaned out my garage.

3. I threw out a bunch of old socks over the weekend.

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3.  You kept the old socks to dust with.



Resistance ain't no good. Y'all's gonna be assimilated.--The Good Ol' Borg


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I'm never so happy as when I'm covered in bird poop, cat hair, dog slobber and garden dirt.
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#2 - this is wishful thinking.



As it flew, an idea formed itself in the Procurator's mind, which was now bright and clear. It was this: the hegemon had examined the case of the vagrant philosopher Yeshua, surnamed Ha-Notsri, and could not substantiate the criminal charge made against him. In particular he could not find the slightest connection between Yeshua's actions and the recent disorders in Jerusalem. The vagrant philosopher was mentally ill, as a result of which the sentence of death pronounced on Ha-Notsri by the Lesser Sanhedrin would not be confirmed. But in view of the danger of unrest liable to be caused by Yeshua's mad, utopian preaching, the Procurator would remove the man from Jerusalem and sentence him to imprisonment in Caesarea Stratonova on the Mediterranean — the place of the Procurator's own residence. It only remained to dictate this to the secretary.
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