“Think as I think,” said a man, “or you are abominably wicked; you are a toad.” And after I thought of it, I said, “I will, then, be a toad.” ― Stephen Crane
Trooper York wrote: "I am getting into Florida mode."We've heard that one before
I just got banned again at Previously TV under a new screen name.I only lasted two weeks this time.
I am running out of browsers to use.
I want to be an Eye-talian Good Old BoyIf you can do that, you can probably crash the Dyke Parade as the Alan Alda float.
I don't understand any of this.Shirley, this is not really you in your mind. The strangeness of the clip appears to be harmless looking face suddenly changing to imminent irrational hazard. That could be interesting. And now the musician must drink the beer to get the filthy germ ridden coin, or pour out the beer, and this is occurring right at the time that John Snow recommended the first practical application in comprehension of germ theory. Look it up, Lookituppers, because it's all right there.Interesting as all that, would you like to see the sign for "rebel?" You must have it to show this song. It's a ligature, "thought" to "(outward) fist" IN YOUR FACE !So instrumentally the song goes:Plinky plunky plin - key. Plinky plunky plink. Repeat re-peat-y peat peatRepeat repeaty peat.Over and over, presumably, for it can go nowhere else -- who knows? -- nobody ever listened all the way through.
It is not possible. Don't even consider it. Fugeddaboudit. No way Hose A. Be true to yourself. Stick to your own kind. Plus Florida is not part of the South. It is America's wang. You better hope it plays with fireworks better than Jason Pierre-Paul did or you might end up in the ocean. Bam - start treading water.
Sorry Sixty. It is going to be sausage and pepper heroes with Mountain Dew all around.I can fit in anywhere.
Except your assigned seat on an airplane.Boom.I'll be here all week...
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