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    funny, i got that for halloween by a nice man in a trenchcoat

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    Originally posted by FOEone@Jan 8 2005, 03:44 PM
    i dont know if you guys are talking aboung dungeons and dragons, but you can't advance past level 20 h34r:

    thats right. i played D and D in middle school. what, bitch, what?
    things have sure changed since you went to middleschool
    version 3.5 is out now
    time to hit the books.

    when you hit level 20 you become epic.
    http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=produ...ndacc/881690000


    i'm playing 2 parties right now, ones at level 4/Druid, the other is at level 8/Bard.
    each party has nine members and theyre all splitting experience.
    the dungeonmaster is thinning the crowd though...

    i also paint minis when im not here.

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    what the?.....
    Quote Originally Posted by Vagrant View Post
    Fuuuuuuuuu
    I'm too good at sex and eating vaj to be single.
    I feel as though I am not living up to my potential.

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    wow, i loved that thing

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    Originally posted by K0tt0nKandyandP0psicles@Jan 9 2005, 10:31 PM
    i bet this model is the one that shoots a jet of water up your ass
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    Holy Asian! Most Asian I've ever Asianed in Asia!

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    u guessed correct

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    Originally posted by sbEr+Jan 10 2005, 01:10 PM--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (sbEr @ Jan 10 2005, 01:10 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-FOEone@Jan 8 2005, 03:44 PM
    i dont know if you guys are talking aboung dungeons and dragons, but you can&#39;t advance past level 20 h34r:

    thats right. i played D and D in middle school. what, bitch, what?
    things have sure changed since you went to middleschool
    version 3.5 is out now
    time to hit the books.

    when you hit level 20 you become epic.
    http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=produ...ndacc/881690000


    i&#39;m playing 2 parties right now, ones at level 4/Druid, the other is at level 8/Bard.
    each party has nine members and theyre all splitting experience.
    the dungeonmaster is thinning the crowd though...

    i also paint minis when im not here. [/b][/quote]
    ..oooohhhh....back on the d&d tip again lol
    :lol:


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    im joking
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    Bob Barker Quote &#39;&#39;And You And A Friend Can Enjoy A 4 Day 3 Night Vacation Here&#39;&#39;

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    im guna make a stencil of that

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    Originally posted by Whoa@Jan 10 2005, 11:15 AM
    funny, i got that for halloween by a nice man in a trenchcoat
    haha funny shit.
    At my funeral, I would like a huge sassy black lady to point at a portrait of me and exclaim &quot;Fuck THIS guy&#33;&quot;

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    lol fingeringhoe
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    http://www.ebaumsworld.com/signs.html

    the sign on page 2 that says satan&#39;s kingdom, ive been there. its on the farmington river, you can go tubing on the river and you start there

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    thats sort of fucked up
    Yeah fuck you

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    hey, im mad hungry. does anyone know how to cook a jamacian beef patty? can i just toss that shit in the microwave or what? its alerady cook, but its been in the fridge

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    if its allready been cooked, toss that shit into the microwave :P

    if your talkin bout one of those meat pies mmmmm those things r good.

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    I Gathered some interesting facts about the Olympic Stadium In Montreal
    They are talking about destroying it, it will cost about 581million dollars&#33;

    Tenant: Montreal Expos (NL; 1977-2004); Montreal Alouettes (CFL; 1976-1997)
    Opened: Summer 1976
    First Expos game: April 15, 1977
    Last Expos game: September 29, 2004
    Current status: Still in use
    Style: Retractable roof (inoperable)
    Surface: Artificial (1977); Astroturf (1989); AstroGrass (2002); FieldTurf (2004).
    Capacity: 43,739 (baseball); 56,245 (football)

    Architect: Roger Taillibert (Paris, France)
    Construction: Lavalin Inc. (Montreal, Quebec; 1988 retractable membrane roof); Birdair, Inc. (Amherst, New York; 1998 non-retractable membrane roof)
    Owner: Régie des Installations Olympiques (Government of Quebec)
    Cost: Over &#036;1 billion (Canadian; includes &#036;170 million for original 1988 retractable roof system, and &#036;37 million for 1998 replacement roof)

    Location: Left field (NW), Rue Sherbrooke; third base (SW), Boulevard Pie IX; first base (SE), Avenue Pierre-de-Coubertin; right field (NE), Boulevard Viau.

    Dimensions: Foul lines: 325 (1977), 330 (1981), 325 (1983); power alleys: 375; center field: 404 (1977), 405 (1979), 404 (1980), 400 (1981), 404 (1983); apex of dome: 180; backstop: 62 (1977), 65 (1983), 53 (1989); foul territory: large.

    Fences: 12 (wood, 1977), 12 (foam, 1989).

    Designed for the 1976 Olympic Games, Olympic Stadium was not completed on time due to a strike by construction workers. The (556-foot-high) leaning tower used to retract the roof stood half finished until 1987 when the roof was finally completed. It took another 2 years before the roof, made from 60,696 square feet of Kevlar weighing 50 tons, became retractable.

    The Stadium was remodeled in 1991, with 12,000 seats being removed for Expos games. In September of that year, one of the stadium&#39;s 55-ton concrete beams fell, forcing the Expos to play a handful of home games on the road. Problems with opening and closing the roof led to its permanent closure in 1992. The roof was removed in May of 1998, turning the park into an outdoor stadium for the season. In the spring of 1998, the orange Kevlar roof was removed and a &#036;26 million opaque blue roof replaced it later in the year. The new roof does not open. The stadium’s total cost has exceeded &#036;1 billion.

    The Expos played some of their home games during the 2003 and 2004 seasons at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The team announced they were moving to Washington, DC on September 29, 2004. A move had been in the works since the team was bought by the other 29 Major League Baseball team owners in 2002.

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    Originally posted by meatgrinder@Jan 10 2005, 04:41 PM
    BOOT HEAD
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasterthehater View Post
    love ya too geebus

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    Originally posted by Whoa@Jan 10 2005, 04:46 PM
    I Gathered some interesting facts about the Olympic Stadium In Montreal
    They are talking about destroying it, it will cost about 581million dollars&#33;

    Tenant: Montreal Expos (NL; 1977-2004); Montreal Alouettes (CFL; 1976-1997)
    Opened: Summer 1976
    First Expos game: April 15, 1977
    Last Expos game: September 29, 2004
    Current status: Still in use
    Style: Retractable roof (inoperable)
    Surface: Artificial (1977); Astroturf (1989); AstroGrass (2002); FieldTurf (2004).
    Capacity: 43,739 (baseball); 56,245 (football)

    Architect: Roger Taillibert (Paris, France)
    Construction: Lavalin Inc. (Montreal, Quebec; 1988 retractable membrane roof); Birdair, Inc. (Amherst, New York; 1998 non-retractable membrane roof)
    Owner: Régie des Installations Olympiques (Government of Quebec)
    Cost: Over &#036;1 billion (Canadian; includes &#036;170 million for original 1988 retractable roof system, and &#036;37 million for 1998 replacement roof)

    Location: Left field (NW), Rue Sherbrooke; third base (SW), Boulevard Pie IX; first base (SE), Avenue Pierre-de-Coubertin; right field (NE), Boulevard Viau.

    Dimensions: Foul lines: 325 (1977), 330 (1981), 325 (1983); power alleys: 375; center field: 404 (1977), 405 (1979), 404 (1980), 400 (1981), 404 (1983); apex of dome: 180; backstop: 62 (1977), 65 (1983), 53 (1989); foul territory: large.

    Fences: 12 (wood, 1977), 12 (foam, 1989).

    Designed for the 1976 Olympic Games, Olympic Stadium was not completed on time due to a strike by construction workers. The (556-foot-high) leaning tower used to retract the roof stood half finished until 1987 when the roof was finally completed. It took another 2 years before the roof, made from 60,696 square feet of Kevlar weighing 50 tons, became retractable.

    The Stadium was remodeled in 1991, with 12,000 seats being removed for Expos games. In September of that year, one of the stadium&#39;s 55-ton concrete beams fell, forcing the Expos to play a handful of home games on the road. Problems with opening and closing the roof led to its permanent closure in 1992. The roof was removed in May of 1998, turning the park into an outdoor stadium for the season. In the spring of 1998, the orange Kevlar roof was removed and a &#036;26 million opaque blue roof replaced it later in the year. The new roof does not open. The stadium’s total cost has exceeded &#036;1 billion.

    The Expos played some of their home games during the 2003 and 2004 seasons at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The team announced they were moving to Washington, DC on September 29, 2004. A move had been in the works since the team was bought by the other 29 Major League Baseball team owners in 2002.
    who gives a flying fuck...... o and im not gay i was feelin up a girl today sumthin u have never done

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    HAHAAH adding more to the sig as we speek..... why u such a homophobe dude
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