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04-24-2007, 08:36 PM
Trust in propriety, and arm yourself against those stringently against the norm of common sense...


Hey, how about enlarging the size of our avitars?

Its a big concession, but do it anyways.

And of course, I will always try to have the last word..;.

04-24-2007, 10:00 PM
Take hold of strange tales...
Its good to depend on those that have actually dove deep++++

04-24-2007, 10:11 PM
Tender a perciptant , take a f in our understanding of what the fuck might have gone wrong?]

Although true, it was also fun to see these things called Earthlings almost regurgerate their vision for a cheap prize.

04-24-2007, 10:32 PM
By the way, I am working for the good side.
I would conclude fuck that dark side!

Not that Im leaving you behind, just watching around the far bell shaped curve.

BREATH DEEP,
and leave time to ponder

by the way, I once played whaT i Would imagine, was one hell of a partician


submit and tell me where I was f in wrong?#@!*^

ColdSheenow
04-27-2007, 07:40 PM
DrQuest wrote:
By the way, I am working for the good side.
I would conclude fuck that dark side!

Not that Im leaving you behind, just watching around the far bell shaped curve.

BREATH DEEP,
and leave time to ponder

by the way, I once played whaT i Would imagine, was one hell of a partician


submit and tell me where I was f in wrong?#@!*^


C-O-L-D...S-H-A-D-O-W...D-E-A-T-H...W-A-T-C-H


ShaDWigWow------DuH C-O-L-D PwEETenD.....R!

Shadow
04-28-2007, 11:32 AM
The invention of two successful reaping machines - independently by Obed Hussey in Ohio, who obtained the first patent in 1834, and by Cyrus Hall McCormick in Virginia - brought about an end to tedious handiwork and encouraged the invention and manufacture of other labor-saving farm implements and machinery. The first reapers cut the standing grain and, with a revolving reel, swept it onto a platform from which it was raked off into piles by a man walking alongside. It could harvest more grain than five men using the earlier cradles. The next innovation, patented in 1858, was a self-raking reaper with an endless canvas belt that delivered the cut grain to two men who riding on the end of the platform, bundled it. Meanwhile, Cyrus McCormick had moved to Chicago, built a reaper factory, and founded what eventually became the International Harvester Company. In 1872 he produced a reaper which automatically bound the bundles with wire. In 1880, he came out with a binder which, using a magical knotting device (invented by John F. Appleby a Wisconsin pastor) bound the handles with twine.

05-01-2007, 08:30 PM
We do practice backflow?
And we tend to contemplate many Obscure but reasonably trueisms, but then again, I ThinK that You Should Arm Yourself,,,
Against what might be coming...

05-01-2007, 10:15 PM
We tend to articulate,
life must always be in one hell of a bigger forethought


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05-01-2007, 10:43 PM
We do not seek to be without arbitrary thoughts

Go back up..,,,./?

05-01-2007, 10:57 PM
Cold must be trying to figure out the well?
By the way, it won't show, Proof of its existance, be well informed...

05-01-2007, 11:14 PM
Cold?
Life should be better explaned?

05-01-2007, 11:25 PM
Go for it///////////////////


I'll be back, Better the pride that....