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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniggles View Post
    Definitely a word adults over 21 should never use.
    If you'll notice, I only use it where normal sarcasm needs a superhuman bump...and I'm dealing with the intellect of a tween.

    Do you wander around calling things legit? That was definitely not totes adorbs.
    I never wander.



    anywhere.







    I stalk the earth.

    Zahibi is not nearly as bad as Soares or Cesar. But he says whatever will legitimize a fight but hasn't had to very often for Georges.
    so he's a whore, but not as big of a whore. Got it.

    GSP/Diaz was all about the easier paycheque. We all know the grudge was a guise.
    yeah. I totes picked up on that.

    rh
    Last edited by rivethead; 03-27-2013 at 09:08 AM.
    All manner of men came to work for the News: everything from wild young Turks who wanted to rip the world in half and start all over again -- to tired, beer-bellied old hacks who wanted nothing more than to live out their days in peace before a bunch of lunatics ripped the world in half.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rivethead View Post
    If you'll notice, I only use it where normal sarcasm needs a superhuman bump...and I'm dealing with the intellect of a tween.


    I never wander.



    anywhere.







    I stalk the earth.


    so he's a whore, but not as big of a whore. Got it.


    yeah. I totes picked up on that.

    rh
    I just googled totes
    I lose

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    Quote Originally Posted by optimusjoel View Post
    I just googled totes
    I lose
    No. Having to google it means you win.

    I don't make these rules, Joseph Heller did.

    rh
    All manner of men came to work for the News: everything from wild young Turks who wanted to rip the world in half and start all over again -- to tired, beer-bellied old hacks who wanted nothing more than to live out their days in peace before a bunch of lunatics ripped the world in half.

    Dr. Hunter S. Thompson
    The Rum Diary

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    Quote Originally Posted by rivethead View Post

    I don't make these rules, Joseph Heller did.

    rh
    I just picked up a copy of Catch-22 yesterday at the local used book store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat--Smasher View Post
    I just picked up a copy of Catch-22 yesterday at the local used book store.
    Finish it, no matter how infuriating it is halfway through.

    It's worth the trip.

    rh
    All manner of men came to work for the News: everything from wild young Turks who wanted to rip the world in half and start all over again -- to tired, beer-bellied old hacks who wanted nothing more than to live out their days in peace before a bunch of lunatics ripped the world in half.

    Dr. Hunter S. Thompson
    The Rum Diary

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    Quote Originally Posted by rivethead View Post
    Finish it, no matter how infuriating it is halfway through.

    It's worth the trip.

    rh
    He's right.

    It took me a while to get the tone, and the shifting timelines. I kind of hated it at first. Even then, there were only a few parts where I really ENJOYED reading it. It's genius though, and I've found myself thinking about it more and more since I read it. It kind of stays with you. If I had to patience to read it a second time, I know I would love it.

    I predict you quoting a quite a bit on here once you're done.

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    It's weird...if someone made me read it in high school or college, I would have hated them for it.

    But if someone told me they thought I could deal with the frustrating parts--and they're deliberate--and that it would be worth it, I'd probably respect them more as a result.

    rh
    All manner of men came to work for the News: everything from wild young Turks who wanted to rip the world in half and start all over again -- to tired, beer-bellied old hacks who wanted nothing more than to live out their days in peace before a bunch of lunatics ripped the world in half.

    Dr. Hunter S. Thompson
    The Rum Diary

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