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Old 15th December 2012, 04:53 PM   #9191
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perceive the duality.
Standard birthday present here now is a check. (relatives send cash in an envelope, with a birthday card)
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Old 15th December 2012, 04:58 PM   #9192
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I doubt, therefor I am


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Excuse me, ever crossed your mind that it was that bloke who started the time efficient trend of sending a message instead of a visit in person.
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Old 15th December 2012, 05:26 PM   #9195
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Perhaps this is another of my hard-core right-wing conviction evidence, but I'm against the death penalty I have only two arguments:
First: Someone innocently sentenced to death.
Second: In this way the powers may disappear opponents. (See first.)
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lol, seriously he was a nice guy back in the late 80s and early 90s and only wanted to help out, then he went full time and sold out in 1994, The mcaffee buisness hasnt been under his control since then.

He worked for nasa, lockheed, univac, xerox, csc..

He is just like you or me, and he lost a lot in the financial crisis, he had 100 million and now barely has 4 million...

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Old 15th December 2012, 05:49 PM   #9197
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Hope is the last thing a person does b4 they are defeated. Also Henry Rollins. Black Flag on that. During the financial crisis I lost an ugly jacket at the pub and some of my sense of humour. I tend to invest a lot in those things.

By the way the preservation of death penalty is usually an agument about revenge. The defense of weapon laws is along that line to. One has to remember that the great continent of north america was once concurred by outcasts from europe. They had one thing common in blood and that was the hatred of the opressional state that made them outcasts. They were never again going to take a governmental opression. That blood still floats as we see int the polarity of elections. The "new" immigrants tho, does not share that hatred against government. They come from poor countries that lacks just government.

I think I'm gonna roll up the ol' favourite movie Rumblefish tonight. Seen it lately?

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Hope is the last thing a person does b4 they are defeated. Also Henry Rollins. Black Flag on that. During the financial crisis I lost an ugly jacket at the pub and some of my sense of humour. I tend to invest a lot in those things.
I loved his character in Johnny Mnemonic :P

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and some of my sense of humour.
This is trouble.
I try to preserve this at least.
There is not something else otherwise for me.

This is a poetic exaggeration again now of course.
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This is trouble.
I try to preserve this at least.
There is not something else otherwise for me.

This is a poetic exaggeration again now of course.
Poetic? nay, its reality, harsh reality, people shouldn't be so harsh on themselves when it comes to their sanity and their minds, but they are..

I try to preserve it aswell, there was once a time when I tried to preserve it so much that I didn't do much else.
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