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Ebor said:
Well, if a history/Tolkien/Japan-geek Vulcan impersonator is one definition of awesome, maybe I am...  ;)

Thank you for making a simple door very happy.. Oops, wrong book  ;D
You do realize i'm foreign right....?  lol.  just kidding. 


well...i'm off to "never" land...lol.  see you guys on monday
 

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Are you channeling Wakko Warner, Ian?  I've heard that line on The Animaniacs
 

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"Now the world is gone, I'm just one.

Oh God Help Me!

Hold my breath as I wish for Death.

Oh please God help me!"

Metallica

"One"

And Justice for All.



 

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serb1389 said:
Metropolitan Isaiah rides a Harley to his cathedral in Denver.  It is said that he was part of a biker gang in his past.  Not sure if there's any real truth to that part but i've seen him ride the bike personally...good times. 
Please post a picture of hin on Harley.
 

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mike said:
serb1389 said:
Metropolitan Isaiah rides a Harley to his cathedral in Denver.  It is said that he was part of a biker gang in his past.  Not sure if there's any real truth to that part but i've seen him ride the bike personally...good times. 
Please post a picture of hin on Harley.
I don't think there are any pictures of him on the harley actually...at least I never took any. 
 

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GabrieltheCelt said:
"Remember when the [TV] remote was three buttons?  Now it's like an honors math calculator... 'I'm just tryin' to find VH1, not split an atom!'" ~ Jim Gaffigan
Remember when the TV remote was "Hey (insert name), could you go up there and flip the TV to channel 8?"
 

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cleveland said:
GabrieltheCelt said:
"Remember when the [TV] remote was three buttons?  Now it's like an honors math calculator... 'I'm just tryin' to find VH1, not split an atom!'" ~ Jim Gaffigan
Remember when the TV remote was "Hey (insert name), could you go up there and flip the TV to channel 8?"
I do. When I was very young, we had a 10-inch B/W that received three channels, and fuzzy at that. No remote. Sure, now we have a remote about the size of Kansas, but 1080i....worth it.
 

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We have a "Wandering Remote", that is the children put it down or carry it about and forget where it is.  I've pondered attaching it to a cinder block or a bowling ball or a plank of wood so that it might be a bit easier to find.
 
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