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1.  I can touch my nose with my tongue.
2.  I can put my foot behind my head.
3.  I can raise my eyebrows individually in an alternating pattern.



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.  That's just sick.



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 you can touch your tongue and nose at the same time


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Anybody want #3?



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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I'll take #3!



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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Quote: Мастер wrote at 3:42 PM on February 20, 2008:
I'll take #3!

is that allowed? two guesses on the same lie?


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Quote: anyrose wrote at 11:54 PM on February 20, 2008:
is that allowed? two guesses on the same lie?



If you are willing to relinquish your claim to #1, I could take all three Big grin 


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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Quote: Мастер wrote at 12:30 AM on February 21, 2008:

Quote: anyrose wrote at 11:54 PM on February 20, 2008:
is that allowed? two guesses on the same lie?



If you are willing to relinquish your claim to #1, I could take all three Big grin

sorry, no.  Big grin 


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Well, two is the lie, anyway.  I *useta could* do that, but I'm old and way less flexible now.  I *can* do both of the others.



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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#1 I'm going to Chicago in March.

#2 I'm going to Buenos Aires in March.

#3 I'm going to London in March.



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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#2 - I think you've exhausted you quotient of visits to Latin countries and now must go somewhere where English is the first language (of course, that lets out Chicago...  Stick out tongue Wink)


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1.  I'll take Chicago.  



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 three. KOS was banned from London after that awful "accident" (so he claims) involving the queen and a hot fudge sundae.
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swampbear's turn!



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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so you really did throw your sundae at QEII?  Laughing 


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Like I would eat a hot fudge sundae  Stick out tongue



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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Quote: Мастер wrote at 8:32 PM on February 23, 2008:

Quote: anyrose wrote:
so you really did throw your sundae at QEII?Laughing

Like I would eat a hot fudge sundae  Stick out tongue

I guess that's why you threw it at her.  Laughing 


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1. I am studying for a permanent insurance license exam.

2. I had chicken and dressing for lunch today.

3. I have a sibling who was born on February 29th.
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well, we already know 1 at least used to be false, but he wouldn't have restated it if it still were, and based on this
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I made a good Sunday dinner today folks. We ate at one this afternoon and still I have no thoughts of wantin' supper. It was nummy!

I'm going to say the #3 is the lie


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Last edited by anyrose on February 25, 2008 3:43 AM #759   Back to top
 
I pick #2, it was ham and collards.


With glamour girls/You'll never click/Bewhiskered like/a Bolshevik/ Burma-Shave
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