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March 20, 2005

Subservant Goatse


“If I had a nickel for every time an alpaca stumbled into my _______ and nibbled on my_______, I’d have $17 by now.” From Davezilla’s Complete This Sentence List

The 8 phases of goatse. Phase 1: Shock - "OMGWTF!" *MINIMIZE......*

From Jesse Reklaw’s Slow Wave cartoon strip: “My doctor tells me I have six month to live”…

Unclear on the concept (?)

Subservant sanjeev at the Nevashut minimart

Fishing for Proof. Finally a proof that the earth was created 6,000 years ago - a fishing rod stuck in rock

My Family’s Power Rankings. Guess who’s No. one

Squooshy Pineapple. A picture, they say, is worth a thousand words. These pictures are worth about a thousand lawsuits

Matthew Baldwin’s “The 30 least hot things you can say to a naked woman

What would you take with you if you were stuck on a desert island?

“Swank Signs”, dedicated to the art of Mocking public works

A long list of Hysterically Funny and Crazy Links Here

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Tracked on Jul 12, 2005 10:22:01 AM


While I don't claim to know how that fishing
reel became imbedded in that rock, I know one
thing. It could NOT have possibly survived the
erosion necessary to expose it. Nor could it
have survived very long exposed to the elements.
I lean toward the hydro mechanical. When I was
a kid in Ft Worth TX, there was a rash of garden
hoses found to be fully imbedded into the ground.
Turned out they had been left on over night and
had hydraulically sunk themselves until only
the end remained above ground. AND they could
not be extracted, even with machinery, because
the hole closed up as the hose drilled further

Posted by: Steel Turman at Mar 20, 2005 9:46:09 PM

As long as we believe that everything that was written in the good scriptures 2-3,000 years ago in Aramaic & ancient Hebrew is literally true, especially when you read them in in modern English translation, we'll be just fine...
Pass on the ammo -

Posted by: Hanan at Mar 21, 2005 8:04:39 PM