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To the girl with the mousy hair

(let's see how this one does here)



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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But her mummy is yelling "No"
And her daddy has told her to go
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But her friend is nowhere to be seen
Now she walks through her sunken dream



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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To the seat with the clearest view
And she's hooked to the silver screen
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But the film is a saddening bore
For she's lived it ten times or more



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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She could spit in the eyes of fools
As they ask her to focus on


KOS you reckon we're the only David Bowie fans around here?
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Quote: swampbear wrote at 9:59 PM on April 6, 2008:
KOS you reckon we're the only David Bowie fans around here?



They just have to make way for the Homo Superior.

At the moment, I am rather tanked, although if you are a company man, I fear to report that it is not from a Budweiser product...

But onward and upward:

Sailors, fighting in the dance hall
Oh man, look at those cavemen go!



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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It's the freakiest show
Take a look at the Lawman
Beating up the wrong guy


ETA: It was Miller I worked for, but no more.
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Quote: swampbear wrote at 1:25 PM on April 13, 2008:
ETA: It was Miller I worked for, but no more.



Hmm.  Faulty memory on my part then...well, it wasn't a Miller product either Smile


Oh man!  Wonder if he'll ever know
He's in the best selling show.



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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Is there life on Mars?


KOS just what prompted you to start this thread? Just curious is all.
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Well, I started the same thread here:

http://www.illuminati-r-us.com/Forums/viewtopic.php?t=3234&start=0

and thought I'd see how it went here.  If you ask me why I started it the first time, I don't know.  Probably I had just listened to the song in the car before coming home and posting Smile

My all-time most successful pointless thread though has to be "Spartacus"  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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I am Sparta....oh, wait, wrong thread.



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 12:19 AM on April 14, 2008:
I am Sparta....oh, wait, wrong thread.



It's on Amerika's tortured brow
That Mickey Mouse has grown up a cow



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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Mickey had a gender change?


"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, she had a girly-voice, anyway, but those big hands are a tell, wouldn't you say? Laughing 



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 don't get this one. Is knowledge of Bowie lyrics mandatory, or are we just contributing couplets?


@->     =^.^=
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Quote: anyrose wrote at 1:05 AM on April 16, 2008:
i don't get this one. Is knowledge of Bowie lyrics mandatory, or are we just contributing couplets?



It was supposed to be lyrics from Life on Mars, but some of the recent entrants have taken it off format...



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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ta, you have a point about the hands! 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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(sorry)



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 2:45 PM on April 16, 2008:
(sorry)



Don't apologize, just post the next two lines Smile



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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