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post #31 of 76 Old 01-05-2010, 02:28 PM
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Suppose that one day, you came home and you found someone inside your house, washing your windows. When you inquired, "WTF?", possibly with a weapon drawn, the person explains that he/she was walking down the street and noticed the windows in your house were really dirty - and he/she decided that rather than leaving a note to let you know, that he/she would be kind, do you a favour, and clean them for you (free of charge, of course). He/she had already cleaned the outsides of the windows, and since you accidentally left the door open, he/she decided to clean the insides too - and was half way done when you came home. How would you feel about that?
Is there a story behind this or are you just trolling for arguments???

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Is there a story behind this
Yes.





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post #33 of 76 Old 01-05-2010, 02:48 PM
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Yes.





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Well then proceed because i'm not "in" on it.

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Judges??

Yes, I believe this IS the lamest spin-off type troll attempt in JF history.
Pending a non-existant query, of course.

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Well then proceed because i'm not "in" on it.
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YO-K this is the most whacked out spin off thread ever.
btw waterboarder your bout to hit 5k posts

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YO-K this is the most whacked out spin off thread ever.
Just pointing out the ridiculousness of the source thread. Note the number of people in that thread that said something alone the lines of "yeah, sure, pop the hood on my Jeep and fix whatever you can find."

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I wish there were a way to hide one's post count. I don't find it important - I dunno why anyone else would.
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I wish there were a way to hide one's post count. I don't find it important - I dunno why anyone else would.
Couldn't have said it better.

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Just pointing out the ridiculousness of the source thread. Note the number of people in that thread that said something alone the lines of "yeah, sure, pop the hood on my Jeep and fix whatever you can find."

I wish there were a way to hide one's post count. I don't find it important - I dunno why anyone else would.
Well its like looking at the clock and it saying 11:11, you have to say something

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Well its like looking at the clock and it saying 11:11, you have to say something
DARN IT! My posts just past 1,111! What are the chances I would have said something like that

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I only know what my post count is because people keep telling me (:
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If it was a naked Megan Fox I would let her clean my windows and then make her cook me dinner/supper, and clean the house.

Other then that no one likes you.

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If it was a naked Megan Fox I would let her clean my windows and then make her cook me dinner/supper, and clean the house.
I dunno who that is - but I assume it is someone you will never have sex with.

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Youve never lost anyone to a drunk driver then.

The idiots family should have to go through the same pain as the victims, through the speedy trial and execution of a drunk driver IMO.

(dont go against what im saying with the defense of "the drivers family is innocent" because i realize they are, but the victims family is innocent also FYI)

If they are caught drunk driving BEFORE they manage to take some ones life (its only a matter of time, it will happen if you do it) They should have their license revoked forever, and be sent to jail for 5 years 1st offense. I guarantee you this will save many lives.]

I also think there should be less lee way for judges to decide jail terms (as it is now some crimes are given 10-25 years way to much is up to the judge they need a smaller range of 1-2 years difference, not 15 years) and consecutive terms get thrown out the window, different crimes different prison terms. You shouldn't be aloud to serve two 5 year sentences together, thats bull****.

I know this is kind of off topic, but w.e.
My good friend was killed by a drunk driver. Lets just say I carry a .40 xdm and if I am ever hit by a drunk and can get to my pistol ,you will read about me in the paper.

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Lets just say I carry a .40 xdm and if I am ever hit by a drunk and can get to my pistol ,you will read about me in the paper.
Yeah, OK, tough guy.
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