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http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/taters.php

http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/hobbits

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edited to note that I managed to bag the 1000th post.

;D ;D ;D ;D

 
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serb1389 said:
OH buddy....I just might be glad that I couldn't see the rest... ;D
Take a lesson from the Good Book my friend:

"A tranquil heart is the life of the flesh; But envy is the rottenness of the bones" (Proverbs 14:30)
 

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Yes, it's a good thing we showed you a sample of the horrible dancing to offset your envy at not having Real Player...
 
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Yes, it's a good thing we showed you a sample of the horrible dancing to offset your envy at not having Real Player...
I was actually intending to imply his envy at not being able to dance like that ;), but whatever...
 

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"half-bit?" I think I'm going to need a definition on that one, serbski!
 

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so genetic makeup is possibly affecting the guys facial expressions... that isn't unprecedented.
I'm just weondering if the dancing is also a genetic screw-up... cmon, nature or nurture?
 
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cleveland said:
I'm just weondering if the dancing is also a genetic screw-up...
This sounds overly deterministic. I would say it's the response of his free will to a little Divine Grace.
 

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is it just a response of free will? that would become the motivating factor for him to begin to gyrate... but the nature of how he is dancing is what I'm trying to get to the heart of - nature or nurture, or both, or neither.... (I love bringing this up - it was the constant battleground in all my Psych classes)
 

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hey listen i know tons of people who always gyrate because of free will....either that or they are spurred on by other factors which I will not bring up... ;)

Its all about nature baby, at least with this guy you can make the argument.


actually...you could go both ways, its not like he just picked up something like that. But his face...i'm sorry...that's all nature.
 

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It's not like I want to discriminate against the guy... but understanding the sources of such displays will allow us to target a method to prevent their further occurance....
 

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silly serbs - do what the russians do, and shoot, stab, poison, choke, chain to a carpet and throw in the river!
 

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How appropriate, that this:
http://www.orthodoxchristianity.net/forum/index.php?topic=7837.msg113231#msg113231

is the 1000th post on this thread. What a nice way to sum up the entire dialogue here, EA.
 

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OK no one's posted here in about three days...so,

what kind of water is better, Aquafine or Dasani? I'm definetly going with Aquafina. I'd go so far as to say that Dasani is also a terror threat!
 

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Two whole days and no fresh posts?!?

Has "The Longest Thread" died at last? ;D

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SouthSerb99 said:
Almost 70 pages of nothing.

It should be renamed the "Seinfeld" thread.
Hmmm.

"I've got plenty of nothin'!/ And nothin' is plenty for me."

Ebor
 

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i dont think i've posted in this thread yet...but from just this 69th page (since i got no time to read 69 pages of nuttin), let me just say that i LOVE dasani, it's all i drink if i can help it, and if that means im playing into the hands of terrorists, then so be it! ;D
 

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anyone who would add stuff their drinks just to get the people semi-addicted should be banned....

now... where's my Coke?
 

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well mountain dew has a ton of added caffeine to it, which you wouldn't think because it isn't the same color as the cola drinks that usually have all the caffeine...all i know is, dasani is refreshing, wonderful, and as i said, almost all i drink. :)
 

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Dasani is so UCK! AQUAFINA ALL THE WAY!!!

But an even better debate - Pepsi or Coke?

Coke, definetly.

 

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pepsi, no question.

and whenever possible, i get fountain soda instead of canned or bottled soda...for some reason fountain soda just tastes so much better to me.
 

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Coffee!

Java, java, java, Java, java, java, Java, java, java, Java, java, java,
(who's seen "George of the Jungle", the first movie? ;D )

And not to be a stereotype, but I do like a nice Sherry.

;) :D

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I should put on Lewis Black's whole diatribe on how we've managed to ruin water... down with Dasani, Aquafina, spring water, et al. Back to the taps, the rivers, and the lakes!
 

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It just bears repeating: The #1 terror threat to our world today, without question, has to be

BEARS

http://www.orthodoxchristianity.net/forum/index.php?topic=7837.msg108116#msg108116

 

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Maybe if you were an automobile you would think so; but otherwise, lyme disease and overpopulation in the forest are no match for the awe-inspiring terror and havoc wreaked by Bears...
 
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