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    LED throwies

    That would be neat if you had never heard of christmas lights before in your entire fucking miserable life. Most pathetic excuse for art I have seen in quite some time. :yuck:
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    Are YOU Registered to vote?

    http://www.fatwillie.net/cpg/albums/userpics/10011/whoop-dee-do.JPG'>
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    Are YOU Registered to vote?

    More reasons to vote: (regarding the Al Qaeda/Sadaam connection) "There clearly was a relationship. It's been testified to. The evidence is overwhelming," "It goes back to the early '90s. It involves a whole series of contacts, high-level contacts with Osama bin Laden and Iraqi intelligence officials." -Dick Cheney, June 2004 "To my knowledge, I have not seen any strong, hard evidence that links the two." -Donald Rumsfeld, Today. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- And another bit of Bush cabinet wisdom: "I don't understand 'proving to the world that you did it (went to war in iraq/took pre-emptive action) for legitimate reasons.'" -Condaleeza Rice :heated:
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    IRAQ IS A DISASTER

    I shouldn't have to say this... but... VOTE! Get tha fucker out of office. If you're not registered, then either register, or shut the fuck up.
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    nite time painting...west coast style.

    Lol... another example of 12oz quality control... even though I didnt see the pics, still, you've earned it... http://home7.swipnet.se/~w-70531/Tolkien/bilder/Biter_a.GIF'>
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    Knitbats: Tease your hair, volume and shit...

    Yo stop frontin... and use your head... http://www.theaquabats.com/ :beat:
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    P A R S...

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    New Wave Dave

    AKA Graffiti Petey Good Lookin' Out... :beat: :yuck: :zombie:
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    I'm General Disturbance

    This is official... I'm an official in the vatican... army... and... http://www.capsule.org.uk/projects/clouddead/ReachingQuiet.jpg'>
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    P A R S...

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    P A R S...

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    P A R S...

    Yeah os gemenos are dope.
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    underground leigon!

    Somebody ban this idiot already... :hatred:
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    Seattle shits...

    Ex-Seattleite/BAM/AOD head www.elsewhere.org/causeb
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    weird animals you didn't know existed

    Urban legends about the camel spider (properly termed a solpugid or solifugid) are as old as the proverbial hills, but they made a huge resurgence when vectored by American troops in Kuwait during Desert Storm. They're not quite as big as your hand (unless you're a five-year-old), and very shy and secretive. They do like to hide in the shadows, and they do run very, very quickly for a critter (they can reach about 10 MPH, the fastest known non-flying arthropod). They make no noise whatsoever, they have no venom whatsoever, and they do not eat flesh--they eat small desert arthropods like crickets and pillbugs. The rumors of their attacking camels, or crawling onto sleeping GIs' faces, apparently stem from one of two things, both of which may be true to some extent: (1) they may use hair to line their burrow when they are about to lay a batch of eggs, said hair being clipped from dead camels or other dead mammals (and a sleeping GI is not much different), and/or (2) dead camels are covered with flies, and crawling over a camel corpse may make for a convenient way to get a good meal of flies. We have camel spiders in the sandy parts of the southwest U.S. and Mexico (in Mexico they are called matevenados), considerably smaller than the Middle Eastern types, but of the same shy, unassuming habits. Completely harmless and beneficial critters, like the desert equivalent of a praying mantis. VIDEO
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