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Topic: Texas vs. Gigglepuss
Replies: 1   Last Post: Jan 9, 2013 10:10 PM

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William Elliot

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Re: Texas vs. Gigglepuss
Posted: Jan 9, 2013 10:10 PM
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Congratulations, your incoherent spouting of random gibberish
in the misspelling English mode has awarded you a mandatory and
irrevocable invitation onto my list of blocked posters. Naa, naa,
your replies and posts will never again be seen.

On Wed, 9 Jan 2013, Kevin wrote:

> The issue with Texas is that Texas is not impetulance aware... 'Why
> make Texas impetulance aware?' is the dig that royalty has in me... It
> is obviously a good question since it hasn't done me any favors now
> that the genie is out of the bottle. Infantilism is clearly a laugh
> complex to me and the stopper on it is 'Elizabeth the Great'... Does
> Hindu lack the capacity for laughter? It isn't a question I can
> enlighten the world on. This question is something that you have to
> apply yourselves to in order to convince me that you are not always on
> the side that always wins. I can resolve my issues with Fiberspar but
> that doesn't mean the gigglepuss is in the clear by default.

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