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Old 07-26-2010, 03:13 PM   #61
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Your car is driving off the edge of the frame...I'd suggest a class on composition.
You cant talk about composition Brain
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Your car is driving off the edge of the frame...I'd suggest a class on composition.
You spelled composting wrong...
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Oh noes it's gonna crash into the border!
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I am pretty sure the car left the frame a long time ago.
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you guys have no sense of humor. at least not a good one. lighten up.
Really? I'm laughing my *** off at the car and the thread.
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Really if the car was black, it wouldn't look terrible. Lime green and blue just look weird together.
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I actually thought about this once and then proceeded to find out. The waitress continued to grate the cheese for quite sometime. My watch demonstrated that it was about 2 minutes. At this point she began to get impatient and said "Sir, is that enough?" I then responded: I don't recall telling you to stop."

She gave me the nastiest look and actually proceeded to grate the cheese further. Another 30 seconds passed and she stopped and said "Sir, I'm going to go get the manager."

The manager came over and asked me if there was a problem. I responded "Yes, I prefer to eat my meals with a lot of grated cheese. Your server told me to stop her when I was satisfied, I was not satisfied, therefore I did not tell her to stop. She then became irritated and impatient."

He then said "Sir, we do have a limit on the amount of cheese customers may have grated onto their meal by the server."

"Bullshit." I replied. I don't see that stated anywhere on your menus, or other ads, nor was I informed of this before your server proceeded to grate my cheese.

The manager then became impatient and said "Sir, I'm sorry, those are the rules."

I then stood up, made a scene like a lunatic about cheese grating.

The manager then told me "Sir, I'm going to have to ask you to leave."

"**** you, do you secretly have a limit on your soup, salad and breaksticks too *******? False advertising mother ******, amirite?

The entire room started clapping. The manager huffed and puffed while the waitress dialed 911. When the police arrived, I informed them of my position. The officer then spoke with the manager. The police officer told me that it was best if I left, but that he understood my frustration and told me it was in my best interest to not return to this particular Olive Garden again if I couldn't accept their policy.

As I left, I turned towards the manager and server and said "I'll be back you ***********, start submitting resumes bitches, you're about to become unemployed."

I filed a claim in court against The Olive Garden, setting precedent regarding false advertising. The court ruled in my favor that the OG failed to inform me that the grating of the cheese had a limitation.

I was awarded 420,844,298,240,293,437,239 dollars, then bought that specific restaurant, fired the entire staff, and then leveled the building. A new building was erected, which now caters to the gay community, selling sex toys, including, but not limited to, **** rings, ***** pumps, and gaping ---- inserts.

A free gift is now given with every order over 25 dollars, a cheese grater.
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I actually thought about this once and then proceeded to find out. The waitress continued to grate the cheese for quite sometime. My watch demonstrated that it was about 2 minutes. At this point she began to get impatient and said "Sir, is that enough?" I then responded: I don't recall telling you to stop."

She gave me the nastiest look and actually proceeded to grate the cheese further. Another 30 seconds passed and she stopped and said "Sir, I'm going to go get the manager."

The manager came over and asked me if there was a problem. I responded "Yes, I prefer to eat my meals with a lot of grated cheese. Your server told me to stop her when I was satisfied, I was not satisfied, therefore I did not tell her to stop. She then became irritated and impatient."

He then said "Sir, we do have a limit on the amount of cheese customers may have grated onto their meal by the server."

"Bullshit." I replied. I don't see that stated anywhere on your menus, or other ads, nor was I informed of this before your server proceeded to grate my cheese.

The manager then became impatient and said "Sir, I'm sorry, those are the rules."

I then stood up, made a scene like a lunatic about cheese grating.

The manager then told me "Sir, I'm going to have to ask you to leave."

"**** you, do you secretly have a limit on your soup, salad and breaksticks too *******? False advertising mother ******, amirite?

The entire room started clapping. The manager huffed and puffed while the waitress dialed 911. When the police arrived, I informed them of my position. The officer then spoke with the manager. The police officer told me that it was best if I left, but that he understood my frustration and told me it was in my best interest to not return to this particular Olive Garden again if I couldn't accept their policy.

As I left, I turned towards the manager and server and said "I'll be back you ***********, start submitting resumes bitches, you're about to become unemployed."

I filed a claim in court against The Olive Garden, setting precedent regarding false advertising. The court ruled in my favor that the OG failed to inform me that the grating of the cheese had a limitation.

I was awarded 420,844,298,240,293,437,239 dollars, then bought that specific restaurant, fired the entire staff, and then leveled the building. A new building was erected, which now caters to the gay community, selling sex toys, including, but not limited to, **** rings, ***** pumps, and gaping ---- inserts.

A free gift is now given with every order over 25 dollars, a cheese grater.
:bowr ofl:: bowrofl:
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You have some strange fantasies, dude.
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We need Hustler to write a MT story series, a whole book of his stories. He has probably posted enough over the years to make a 200+ page book. "Real life daily struggles of the turbocharged Miata community."
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We need Hustler to write a MT story series, a whole book of his stories. He has probably posted enough over the years to make a 200+ page book. "Real life daily struggles of the turbocharged Miata community."

book would be empty... unfortunately Hustler does not write this ****.
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book would be empty...
Well, that kinda of book would appeal to all the "i'm too lazy to ******* read" type that we get on here. Not to mention the reduced cost of printing, profit margins could be huge.
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Reminds me of a book I used to have entitled "Everything Men Know About Women." It was 120 pages, all of them blank.
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^ I used to read Maddox.xmission.com every day like 10 years ago lol he was a genius.

ninjapirate.com is a good one too.
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JOHANNESBURG -- Police say a South African man who wanted to watch a World Cup match instead of a religious program was beaten to death by his family in the northeastern part of the country.

David Makoeya, a 61-year-old man from the small village of Makweya, Limpopo province, fought with his wife and two children for the remote control on Sunday because he wanted to watch Germany play Australia in the World Cup. The others, however, wanted to watch a gospel show.

"He said, 'No, I want to watch soccer,'" police spokesman Mothemane Malefo said Thursday. "That is when the argument came about.

"In that argument, they started assaulting him."

Malefo said Makoeya got up to change the channel by hand after being refused the remote control and was attacked by his 68-year-old wife Francina and two children, 36-year-old son Collin and 23-year-old daughter Lebogang.

Malefo said he was not sure what the family used to kill Makoeya.

"It appears they banged his head against the wall," Malefo said. "They phoned the police only after he was badly injured, but by the time the police arrived the man was already dead."

All three were arrested Sunday night, but Lebogang was released on $200 bail Tuesday, Malefo said. The other two are still being held in custody.

Malefo said the mother and son will reappear in the local Seshego Magistrates Court on July 27.

"He was always a happy man, never violent," Makoeya's nieces, Miriam and Anna, told the Daily Sun newspaper. "On Saturday, we saw him the last time at a funeral."

The World Cup, being played in Africa for the first time, started Friday and runs through July 11.
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book would be empty... unfortunately Hustler does not write this ****.
I've written quite a few actually, but when something like this get's the job done I'm happy to plagiarize.
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I'm an expert on these matters, so listen up and listen good. I'll try to keep this simple but it won't be easy, because I am an expert, as I mentioned previously.

Hearing the difference now isn't the reason to encode to FLAC. FLAC uses lossless compression, while MP3 is 'lossy'. What this means is that for each year the MP3 sits on your hard drive, it will lose roughly 12kbps, assuming you have SATA - it's about 15kbps on IDE, but only 7kbps on SCSI, due to rotational velocidensity. You don't want to know how much worse it is on CD-ROM or other optical media.

I started collecting MP3s in about 2001, and if I try to play any of the tracks I downloaded back then, even the stuff I grabbed at 320kbps, they just sound like crap. The bass is terrible, the midrange...well don't get me started. Some of those albums have degraded down to 32 or even 16kbps. FLAC rips from the same period still sound great, even if they weren't stored correctly, in a cool, dry place. Seriously, stick to FLAC, you may not be able to hear the difference now, but in a year or two, you'll be glad you did.
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^ I used to read Maddox.xmission.com every day like 10 years ago lol he was a genius.

ninjapirate.com is a good one too.
I havent been on there in probably 5 years haha
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