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Wesley J

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The ups and downs of... Sister Mary Precious

Now, however you read dat, it jus' don't sound like a real good movie, man...

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Be it as it may: Wesley J will stay. --- Euthanasia, that sounds good. An alpine neutral neighbourhood. Then back to Britain, all dressed in wood. Things were gonna get worse. (John Cooper Clarke)

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churchgeek

Have candles, will pray
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Did Jesus symbolically Freddy

Is there any other way to Freddy?
(at least I was led to believe that "to Freddy" = "to interpret symbolically")


The Mitre Maketh the Saint Hedrin the Lesser-Known

Is this one of those "If a tree falls in a forest..." remarks?

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I reserve the right to change my mind.

My article on the Virgin of Vladimir

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Timothy the Obscure

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quote:
Did Jesus symbolically Freddy
Actually, I think the Freddy is virtually Zen-like in its utter lack of symbolism...

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When you think of the long and gloomy history of man, you will find more hideous crimes have been committed in the name of obedience than have ever been committed in the name of rebellion.
  - C. P. Snow

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Wesley J

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Help a church pick... Max.

Help the church who picks Max. [Snigger] [Biased]

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Be it as it may: Wesley J will stay. --- Euthanasia, that sounds good. An alpine neutral neighbourhood. Then back to Britain, all dressed in wood. Things were gonna get worse. (John Cooper Clarke)

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Stevie Boy Wonder
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Can you recommend a... Custard

Bird's do a particularly fine one, in packet or tinned form. (other hot dessert sauces are available)

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Jesus saves. But in the current economic climate, His pension probably won't be enough for eternity...

Also by the same author

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rosamundi

Ship's lacemaker
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Tie me to a pig and... (ten thousand difficulties)

Well, the RSPCA would be after you, for starters.

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Sioni Sais
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Are churches led by Sioni Sais

To their considerable relief, no.

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"He isn't Doctor Who, he's The Doctor"

(Paul Sinha, BBC)

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Wesley J

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Eagle Swings -- hot... Kelly Alves

Woo-hoo! But watch that axe, guys! [Cool] [Big Grin]

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Be it as it may: Wesley J will stay. --- Euthanasia, that sounds good. An alpine neutral neighbourhood. Then back to Britain, all dressed in wood. Things were gonna get worse. (John Cooper Clarke)

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Bullfrog.

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Are Churches Led by Amazing Grace

In a perfect world, yes...

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Some say that man is the root of all evil
Others say God's a drunkard for pain
Me, I believe that the Garden of Eden
Was burned to make way for a train. --Josh Ritter, Harrisburg

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Gwai
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God as Father McChicken

Chicken McFaith anyone?

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A master of men was the Goodly Fere,
A mate of the wind and sea.
If they think they ha’ slain our Goodly Fere
They are fools eternally.


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Dark Knight

Super Zero
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Are churches led by ... DarkKnight

"Holy gospel according to Luke, Batman!"

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So don't ever call me lucky
You don't know what I done, what it was, who I lost, or what it cost me
- A B Original: I C U

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Love is as strong as death (Song of Solomon 8:6).

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mousethief

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Are Sydney Anglicans leo?

Well, they're certainly not libra.

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This is the last sig I'll ever write for you...

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Sioni Sais
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Why did my views stop deano

They didn't. I don't think they will.

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"He isn't Doctor Who, he's The Doctor"

(Paul Sinha, BBC)

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Smudgie

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Shall we accept that... anteater

Well, as there aren't that many anteaters around, I guess that one will have to do.

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Miss you, Erin.

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Lyda*Rose

Ship's broken porthole
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Wipe your arse less...Lyda*Rose

Geez. [Hot and Hormonal] I didn't realize what an awkward Last Post that thread would make.

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"Dear God, whose name I do not know - thank you for my life. I forgot how BIG... thank you. Thank you for my life." ~from Joe Vs the Volcano

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Paul W.

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Care and Feeding of... babybear

Can I suggest porridge that's not too hot, not too cold, but in fact just right?

Paul W

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"It's just a ride" - Bill Hicks

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Uncle Pete

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Care and Feeding of... My Duck

Stale bread does well, I'm told.

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Even more so than I was before

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Legodude_uk

Protector of Zebras
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The New, Improved Auntie Doris

Not that there was anything wrong with the Old, Inferior Auntie Doris...

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If a man is standing in a forest speaking but there are no women around to hear him...is he still wrong?

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Stevie Boy Wonder
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Your PM box is full! (Jolly Jape)

And when I find the person who thought it would be funny to send me 50 PMs at once, they won't be laughing anymore... [Mad]

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Jesus saves. But in the current economic climate, His pension probably won't be enough for eternity...

Also by the same author

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HenryT

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Easter Message : Christ Leprechaun

That's actually not as bizarre as some interpretations I've heard.

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"Perhaps an invincible attachment to the dearest rights of man may, in these refined, enlightened days, be deemed old-fashioned" P. Henry, 1788

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Trudy Scrumptious

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A "personal" Trudy Scrumptious

Family-size or the convenient travel size ... get yours today!

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Books and things.

I lied. There are no things. Just books.

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Evangeline
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Chants for a solemn high... Nunc Dimitis

Oh dear and we thought it was only incense.....

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HenryT

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Mind Your Own Business, Apothecary

just hand over the henbane! Ask no questions about what I'm going to do with it.

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"Perhaps an invincible attachment to the dearest rights of man may, in these refined, enlightened days, be deemed old-fashioned" P. Henry, 1788

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churchgeek

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New, Improved Badfundie

Now, 20% worse!

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I reserve the right to change my mind.

My article on the Virgin of Vladimir

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churchgeek

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(Had to point out that my sig right after Henry's is really quite the glass half-empty, innit?)

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I reserve the right to change my mind.

My article on the Virgin of Vladimir

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Stevie Boy Wonder
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Why would anybody buy Schroedinger's Cat

Dunno, companionship? A problem with mice?

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Jesus saves. But in the current economic climate, His pension probably won't be enough for eternity...

Also by the same author

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Bullfrog.

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A "personal" Mousethief

Is this some kind of eco-friendly exterminator?

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Some say that man is the root of all evil
Others say God's a drunkard for pain
Me, I believe that the Garden of Eden
Was burned to make way for a train. --Josh Ritter, Harrisburg

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Papio

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Murder in the church custard

The church's cook takes "experimentation" just one final step too far...

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Infinite Penguins.
My "Readit, Swapit" page
My "LibraryThing" page

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Kelly Alves

Bunny with an axe
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I'm a fool...(Fool of a Took)

Thanks for clarifying.

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I cannot expect people to believe “
Jesus loves me, this I know” of they don’t believe “Kelly loves me, this I know.”
Kelly Alves, somewhere around 2003.

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gizzie

Ship's interpreter
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Return of the fitness dormouse
five eyelid press ups before breakfast

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HenryT

Canadian Anglican
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Brisbane Meet (It's Foaming Draught) after draught, after draught, if I know that lot!

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"Perhaps an invincible attachment to the dearest rights of man may, in these refined, enlightened days, be deemed old-fashioned" P. Henry, 1788

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Keren-Happuch

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Pasco advises striking Spawn
No comment.

What to do with the Autenrieth Road
Walk or drive?

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Travesty, treachery, betrayal!
EXCESS - The Art of Treason
Nea Fox

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Papio

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Pasco Advises Striking Pasco

No comment either!

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Infinite Penguins.
My "Readit, Swapit" page
My "LibraryThing" page

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Chorister

Completely Frocked
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wot, no self-flagellation?

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Retired, sitting back and watching others for a change.

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HenryT

Canadian Anglican
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Pasco Advises Striking Gort

You could hurt your hand that way!

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"Perhaps an invincible attachment to the dearest rights of man may, in these refined, enlightened days, be deemed old-fashioned" P. Henry, 1788

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Zappa
Ship's Wake
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quote:
Originally posted by Henry Troup:
Brisbane Meet (It's Foaming Draught) after draught, after draught, if I know that lot!

Never! [Biased]

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shameless self promotion - because I think it's worth it
and mayhap this too: http://broken-moments.blogspot.co.nz/

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HenryT

Canadian Anglican
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Heed the Warning on Henry Troup

He bites! and he hasn't had a rabies shot. When placed in contact with antimatter, he will produce dangerous levels of radiation. He snores. He has been known to wear either bowties or kilts at unpredictable occasions.

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"Perhaps an invincible attachment to the dearest rights of man may, in these refined, enlightened days, be deemed old-fashioned" P. Henry, 1788

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churchgeek

Have candles, will pray
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I'm sorry, I just had to...

New take on the virgin churchgeek

"She's not strange, she just wants to live her life that way..."

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I reserve the right to change my mind.

My article on the Virgin of Vladimir

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Nunzia

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A new take on the virgin... churchgeek

Shouldn't that be "verging"?

[ 02. May 2007, 03:16: Message edited by: Hinematov ]

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the giant cheeseburger
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Pasco advises striking MouseThief

More to not comment about!

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If I give a homeopathy advocate a really huge punch in the face, can the injury be cured by giving them another really small punch in the face?

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Wesley J

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A new take on the virgin... MouseThief

Richard Branson definitely has his hands everywhere.

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Be it as it may: Wesley J will stay. --- Euthanasia, that sounds good. An alpine neutral neighbourhood. Then back to Britain, all dressed in wood. Things were gonna get worse. (John Cooper Clarke)

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Timothy the Obscure

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A new take on the virgin...CrookedCucumber

I don't want to think about it...

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When you think of the long and gloomy history of man, you will find more hideous crimes have been committed in the name of obedience than have ever been committed in the name of rebellion.
  - C. P. Snow

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Trudy Scrumptious

BBE Shieldmaiden
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Share your favourite GoodCatholicLad

I actually do have one, but he's not really mine to share, though I suppose I might pass his name and number onto a GoodCatholicLass if I found one...

[ 03. May 2007, 00:24: Message edited by: Trudy Scrumptious ]

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Books and things.

I lied. There are no things. Just books.

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HenryT

Canadian Anglican
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Pasco Advises Striking Siegfried before he dons the Tarnhlem, I presume?

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Evangeline
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The end of big Evangeline

Reports of my end have been wildly exaggerated.

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HenryT

Canadian Anglican
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Pasco Advises Striking Cod

Maestro, music for the fish-slapping dance, please!

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"Perhaps an invincible attachment to the dearest rights of man may, in these refined, enlightened days, be deemed old-fashioned" P. Henry, 1788

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Golden Key
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God, the Devil, and Ancient Mariner


Now all we need is Daniel Webster!


(As in the old short story "The Devil & Daniel Webster".)

[ 04. May 2007, 08:57: Message edited by: Golden Key ]

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Blessed Gator, pray for us!
--"Oh bat bladders, do you have to bring common sense into this?" (Dragon, "Jane & the Dragon")
--"Oh, Peace Train, save this country!" (Yusuf/Cat Stevens, "Peace Train")

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Wet Kipper
Circus Runaway
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Another thread ripe for use in FLP:
Let's make up the ultimate.....Wet Kipper

what's wrong the one you've already got ?

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Papio

Ship's baboon
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Do you want answers to that question? [Biased]

(joke)

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Infinite Penguins.
My "Readit, Swapit" page
My "LibraryThing" page

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mousethief

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quote:
Originally posted by Evangeline:
The end of big Evangeline

Reports of my end have been wildly exaggerated.

I just thought it meant you'd lost weight.

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This is the last sig I'll ever write for you...

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