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Old 09-12-2005, 09:05 PM   #241
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Old 09-12-2005, 09:51 PM   #242
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Old 09-12-2005, 09:57 PM   #243
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Old 09-12-2005, 11:06 PM   #244
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we, the shamans of Grimsby, are facing a great problem with our colliery band. The tuba players
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Old 09-12-2005, 11:40 PM   #245
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we, the shamans of Grimsby, are facing a great problem with our colliery band. The tuba players want to listen to Terri Gross, and the trombonists hate how she says "Fresh Air!", while the whole wind section
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Old 09-12-2005, 11:52 PM   #246
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Dear Bob the Taco,

I noticed in the papers that you got an award for doing absolutely nothing!
isn't it about time you got off your over-sized burrito butt and

never mind said rosannadanna. *slink away off stage*

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Old 09-12-2005, 11:57 PM   #247
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we, the shamans of Grimsby, are facing a great problem with our colliery band. The tuba players want to listen to Terri Gross, and the trombonists hate how she says "Fresh Air!", while the whole wind section prefer to march up and down whilst performing easy listening versions of Leonard Cohen's greatest hits. As you can imagine
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Old 09-13-2005, 12:07 AM   #248
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we, the shamans of Grimsby, are facing a great problem with our colliery band. The tuba players want to listen to Terri Gross, and the trombonists hate how she says "Fresh Air!", while the whole wind section prefer to march up and down whilst performing easy listening versions of Leonard Cohen's greatest hits. As you can imagine, this, combined with the whine from the motor of the drum major's electric wheelchair
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Old 09-13-2005, 12:01 PM   #249
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we, the shamans of Grimsby, are facing a great problem with our colliery band. The tuba players want to listen to Terri Gross, and the trombonists hate how she says "Fresh Air!", while the whole wind section prefer to march up and down whilst performing easy listening versions of Leonard Cohen's greatest hits. As you can imagine, this, combined with the whine from the motor of the drum major's electric wheelchair has got the percussionists into what one of them described as a "blue funk".
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Old 09-13-2005, 02:56 PM   #250
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we, the shamans of Grimsby, are facing a great problem with our colliery band. The tuba players want to listen to Terri Gross, and the trombonists hate how she says "Fresh Air!", while the whole wind section prefer to march up and down whilst performing easy listening versions of Leonard Cohen's greatest hits. As you can imagine, this, combined with the whine from the motor of the drum major's electric wheelchair has got the percussionists into what one of them described as a "blue funk" and the rest of the band is really really tired of stutter-stepping to their urban rap beat
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Old 09-13-2005, 05:38 PM   #251
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To whomever may find this letter,

We, the shamans of Grimsby, are facing a great problem with our colliery band. The tuba players want to listen to Terri Gross, and the trombonists hate how she says "Fresh Air!", while the whole wind section prefer to march up and down whilst performing easy listening versions of Leonard Cohen's greatest hits. As you can imagine, this, combined with the whine from the motor of the drum major's electric wheelchair has got the percussionists into what one of them described as a "blue funk" and the rest of the band is really really tired of stutter-stepping to their urban rap beat, whilst the skanky "majorizzles" twizzle their batizzles.

You can certainly see why we shamans (shamen? shamani? shamizzles?) are at the ends of our levitating ropes! (No.. wait. Damn. That's fakirs that have those ropes. Shoot. It was such a nice play on words, too. Well, dammit, we shamanses are powerful guys! We can have such ropes! Yes! There is no one powerful enough to deny us the possession of such shamanistical devices! NONE, I TELLS YA! Those ropes are ours! We decree it! Okay. Well.. there you are, then.) So anyway, where was I?
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Old 09-13-2005, 10:26 PM   #252
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We, the shamans of Grimsby, are facing a great problem with our colliery band. The tuba players want to listen to Terri Gross, and the trombonists hate how she says "Fresh Air!", while the whole wind section prefer to march up and down whilst performing easy listening versions of Leonard Cohen's greatest hits. As you can imagine, this, combined with the whine from the motor of the drum major's electric wheelchair has got the percussionists into what one of them described as a "blue funk" and the rest of the band is really really tired of stutter-stepping to their urban rap beat, whilst the skanky "majorizzles" twizzle their batizzles.

You can certainly see why we shamans (shamen? shamani? shamizzles?) are at the ends of our levitating ropes! (No.. wait. Damn. That's fakirs that have those ropes. Shoot. It was such a nice play on words, too. Well, dammit, we shamanses are powerful guys! We can have such ropes! Yes! There is no one powerful enough to deny us the possession of such shamanistical devices! NONE, I TELLS YA! Those ropes are ours! We decree it! Okay. Well.. there you are, then.) So anyway, where was I?


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Old 09-13-2005, 11:54 PM   #253
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Old 09-14-2005, 12:27 AM   #254
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Dear Adolph,

Something has come up. Good luck with that bunker thingy.

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Something has come up. Good luck with that bunker thingy.

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