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    Quote Originally Posted by Syntactical Disruptorize View Post
    And if they did, the strong would take it from them shortly thereafter. This isn't necessarily an immoral act. Weakness does not imply virtue.


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    Stop being nice. Start doing good.


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    ...Also, never take a shit and throw it into a deep fryer. I really regret doing that.

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    "NoB's acquisitiveness is Zanshin like" - Dougie

    "USA is 50 separate countries" - doof (tadpole farmer extraordinaire)

    "I actually believe, nay, know that NoB's ass and innards are spotless." - Lilith

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    "NoB's acquisitiveness is Zanshin like" - Dougie

    "USA is 50 separate countries" - doof (tadpole farmer extraordinaire)

    "I actually believe, nay, know that NoB's ass and innards are spotless." - Lilith

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    Quote Originally Posted by nihilist View Post
    God was like Archie Bunker and Jesus was like Meathead, the hippie son-in law.
    GLORIA TRANSIT MUNDI: Daddy, you boil sinners in a lake of fire!
    ARCHIE DOMINUS: Wouldja like it any better, little goil, if they was buried in broken glass?
    You know where you'll find sympathy: In the dictionary, between "syphilis" and "suicide".

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    "NoB's acquisitiveness is Zanshin like" - Dougie

    "USA is 50 separate countries" - doof (tadpole farmer extraordinaire)

    "I actually believe, nay, know that NoB's ass and innards are spotless." - Lilith

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    Remember, "demon" can be an offensive term, refer them to as "mortally challenged."
    Last edited by Jean-Paul Sartre; 11th August 18 at 05:41 PM.

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