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....for <some poets> to show their stupidity about technical
issues that they don't have a shred of a clue about.
I really have to wonder.

With that, I must wash my imaginary cat.

Nov 12 '05 #1
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"What Rhyme is it?" <qq*****@joe83748374837.com> wrote:

....to cross-post like an idiot?

Serious replyers, beware. Someone is trying to troll.

Richard
Nov 12 '05 #2

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What Rhyme is it? wrote:

...for <some poets> to show their stupidity about technical
issues that they don't have a shred of a clue about.

I really have to wonder.

With that, I must wash my imaginary cat.


Be sure you blowdry.
--
-------(m+
~/:o)_|
/Ite, ipse ficara/.
http://scrawlmark.org
Nov 12 '05 #3

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Serious replyers, beware. Someone is trying to troll.

If you dont' like the question, just say so.

Aren't you tired of going to cocktail parties and having
poets tell you that you are Dilbert?

Nov 12 '05 #4

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In comp.lang.c What Rhyme is it? <qq*****@joe83748374837.com> wrote:
Aren't you tired of going to cocktail parties and having
poets tell you that you are Dilbert?


*plonk*plonk*plonk*plonk*plonk*plonk*plonk*plonk*

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Nov 12 '05 #5

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"Christopher Benson-Manica" <at***@nospam.cyberspace.org> wrote in message news:bv**********@chessie.cirr.com...
In comp.lang.c What Rhyme is it? <qq*****@joe83748374837.com> wrote:
Aren't you tired of going to cocktail parties and having
poets tell you that you are Dilbert?


*plonk*plonk*plonk*plonk*plonk*plonk*plonk*plonk*

<> Flames welcome.


*clap* *clap* *clap* *clap* *clap* *clap* *clap* *clap* *clap*
Nov 12 '05 #6

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Dennis M. Hammes wrote:
What Rhyme is it? wrote:
...for <some poets> to show their stupidity about technical
issues that they don't have a shred of a clue about.

I really have to wonder.

With that, I must wash my imaginary cat.

Be sure you blowdry.

Microwave ovens are faster for imaginary animals.
--
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Nov 12 '05 #7

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"Thomas Matthews" <Th****************************@sbcglobal.net> wrote in message
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Dennis M. Hammes wrote:
What Rhyme is it? wrote:
...for <some poets> to show their stupidity about technical
issues that they don't have a shred of a clue about.

I really have to wonder.

With that, I must wash my imaginary cat.

Be sure you blowdry.

Microwave ovens are faster for imaginary animals.


I installed Linux on my microwave the other day.

My girlfriend said: "Ooo.. The penguin is cute!"
Nov 12 '05 #8

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What Rhyme is it? wrote:

My girlfriend said: "Ooo.. The penguin is cute!"


I doubt you have a girl friend, or maybe you do, what's his name?

--
Regards,
Harry Phillips
--- Failure is not an option,
it comes bundled with your Microsoft product.

Nov 12 '05 #9

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"Harry Phillips" <ha***@hkjsfh.com> wrote in message news:qf************@news.myaccess.com.au...
What Rhyme is it? wrote:

My girlfriend said: "Ooo.. The penguin is cute!"


I doubt you have a girl friend, or maybe you do, what's his name?


No, I think you believe I have a girlfriend.

Admit it, and I'll tell you what I do with her.


Nov 12 '05 #10

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What Rhyme is it? wrote:

Admit it, and I'll tell you what I do with her.


That's gross, you just made me lose my breakfast, some of it even came
out my nose...

--
Regards,
Harry Phillips
--- Failure is not an option,
it comes bundled with your Microsoft product.

Nov 12 '05 #11

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"Harry Phillips" <ha***@hkjsfh.com> wrote in message news:8q************@news.myaccess.com.au...
What Rhyme is it? wrote:

Admit it, and I'll tell you what I do with her.


That's gross, you just made me lose my breakfast, some of it even came
out my nose...


Hey, you're talented.

Do you do Bar Mitzvahs?
Nov 12 '05 #12

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Being tired of lurking, on Tue, 03 Feb 2004 22:43:46 +0000, What Rhyme is
it? posted:

"Harry Phillips" <ha***@hkjsfh.com> wrote in message
news:qf************@news.myaccess.com.au...
What Rhyme is it? wrote:
>
> My girlfriend said: "Ooo.. The penguin is cute!"
>
>

I doubt you have a girl friend, or maybe you do, what's his name?


No, I think you believe I have a girlfriend.

Admit it, and I'll tell you what I do with her.


You borrowed Chucklets inlatable doll?

Pay attention for the "PPPfffffwwwwwwwtttttttt" through the window,
othewise Licesack will not forgive you.

--
mhm 27x12
smeeter #28
Usenet Valhalla Circle #19 & #21
CEO Alcatroll Labs Inc.
Nov 12 '05 #13

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Thomas Matthews wrote:

Dennis M. Hammes wrote:
What Rhyme is it? wrote:
...for <some poets> to show their stupidity about technical
issues that they don't have a shred of a clue about.

I really have to wonder.

With that, I must wash my imaginary cat.

Be sure you blowdry.

Microwave ovens are faster for imaginary animals.

The imagination positively /explodes/, yes.
(It's the closest Tommy will ever get to poultry.)
--
-------(m+
~/:o)_|
/Ite, ipse ficara/.
http://scrawlmark.org
Nov 12 '05 #14

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starwars wrote:

Thomas Matthews wrote:
Dennis M. Hammes wrote:
What Rhyme is it? wrote:

...for <some poets> to show their stupidity about technical
issues that they don't have a shred of a clue about.

I really have to wonder.

With that, I must wash my imaginary cat.
Be sure you blowdry.

Microwave ovens are faster for imaginary animals.


My imaginary animal is made of clay, and so I use a kiln.


You want imaginary moss with that?
--
-------(m+
~/:o)_|
/Ite, ipse ficara/.
http://scrawlmark.org
Nov 12 '05 #15

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On Mon, 02 Feb 2004 23:06:24 GMT, What Rhyme is it? wrote:
...for <some poets> to show their stupidity about technical
issues that they don't have a shred of a clue about.

I really have to wonder.
Are you referring to the glorious spanking you've received in your
crossposts to alt.os.linux, Tommy?
With that, I must wash my imaginary cat.


Take care not to let the air out.

--
PJR :-)
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Alcatroll Labs Inc. (Executive Vice-President)
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"Peter J Ross" <ga****@NOSPAMmeow.org> wrote in message
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On Mon, 02 Feb 2004 23:06:24 GMT, What Rhyme is it? wrote:
...for <some poets> to show their stupidity about technical
issues that they don't have a shred of a clue about.

I really have to wonder.
Are you referring to the glorious spanking you've received in your
crossposts to alt.os.linux, Tommy?
With that, I must wash my imaginary cat.


Take care not to let the air out.


You should seal yours.


--
PJR :-)
mhm #34x8 Smeeter #30 WSD #42
Alcatroll Labs Inc. (Executive Vice-President)
news:alt.usenet.kooks - Hook, Line and Sinker, Dec 2003
news:alt.hackers.malicious - Wittiest Troll, 2003
news:alt.flame: Most Boring Writer, 2003
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Being tired of lurking, on Thu, 05 Feb 2004 13:31:10 -0800, yyyiiinnnggg
posted:

"Peter J Ross" <ga****@NOSPAMmeow.org> wrote in message
news:bv**************@nntp.petitmorte.net...
On Mon, 02 Feb 2004 23:06:24 GMT, What Rhyme is it? wrote:
> ...for <some poets> to show their stupidity about technical issues
> that they don't have a shred of a clue about.
>
> I really have to wonder.


Are you referring to the glorious spanking you've received in your
crossposts to alt.os.linux, Tommy?
> With that, I must wash my imaginary cat.


Take care not to let the air out.


You should seal yours.

Hey, stupid yingtard, how is your slurping of Chuckles, Donckery and Tommy
going, they don't seem to have much attention for you, don't they.

Why don't you go and try to slurp some other kook, like Wollman, or
Bartly, or Richard the St00pid?
--
mhm 27x12
smeeter #28
Usenet Valhalla Circle #19 & #21
CEO Alcatroll Labs Inc.
Nov 12 '05 #18

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"Peter J Ross" <ga****@NOSPAMmeow.org> wrote in message
news:bv**************@nntp.petitmorte.net...
On Mon, 02 Feb 2004 23:06:24 GMT, What Rhyme is it? wrote:
...for <some poets> to show their stupidity about technical
issues that they don't have a shred of a clue about.

I really have to wonder.
Are you referring to the glorious spanking you've received in your
crossposts to alt.os.linux, Tommy?


that's definitely peter jay talking.
With that, I must wash my imaginary cat.
Take care not to let the air out.


now you smell like dennis.


--
PJR :-)
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"Dr. Flonkenstein" <gr*************************@hotmail.com> wrote in
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Being tired of lurking, on Thu, 05 Feb 2004 13:31:10 -0800, yyyiiinnnggg
posted:

"Peter J Ross" <ga****@NOSPAMmeow.org> wrote in message
news:bv**************@nntp.petitmorte.net...
On Mon, 02 Feb 2004 23:06:24 GMT, What Rhyme is it? wrote:

> ...for <some poets> to show their stupidity about technical issues
> that they don't have a shred of a clue about.
>
> I really have to wonder.

Are you referring to the glorious spanking you've received in your
crossposts to alt.os.linux, Tommy?

> With that, I must wash my imaginary cat.

Take care not to let the air out.
You should seal yours.

Hey, stupid yingtard, how is your slurping of Chuckles, Donckery and Tommy
going, they don't seem to have much attention for you, don't they.


nobody is peter panning for other people. that doesn't mean i can't benefit
from posts from Robert or Dan.


Why don't you go and try to slurp some other kook, like Wollman, or
Bartly, or Richard the St00pid?
everybody is a charactor because they exist. You on the other hand, is not a
full charactor.


--
mhm 27x12
smeeter #28
Usenet Valhalla Circle #19 & #21
CEO Alcatroll Labs Inc.

Nov 12 '05 #20

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Being tired of lurking, on Fri, 06 Feb 2004 03:45:14 -0800, yyyiiinnnggg
posted:

"Dr. Flonkenstein" <gr*************************@hotmail.com> wrote in
message news:pa****************************@hotmail.com...
Being tired of lurking, on Thu, 05 Feb 2004 13:31:10 -0800, yyyiiinnnggg
posted:

> "Peter J Ross" <ga****@NOSPAMmeow.org> wrote in message
> news:bv**************@nntp.petitmorte.net...
>> On Mon, 02 Feb 2004 23:06:24 GMT, What Rhyme is it? wrote:
>>
>> > ...for <some poets> to show their stupidity about technical issues
>> > that they don't have a shred of a clue about.
>> >
>> > I really have to wonder.
>>
>> Are you referring to the glorious spanking you've received in your
>> crossposts to alt.os.linux, Tommy?
>>
>> > With that, I must wash my imaginary cat.
>>
>> Take care not to let the air out.
>
> You should seal yours.
>

Hey, stupid yingtard, how is your slurping of Chuckles, Donckery and
Tommy going, they don't seem to have much attention for you, don't they.


nobody is peter panning for other people. that doesn't mean i can't
benefit from posts from Robert or Dan.
Why don't you go and try to slurp some other kook, like Wollman, or
Bartly, or Richard the St00pid?


everybody is a charactor because they exist. You on the other hand, is not
a full charactor.

Carry on illiterate, some day people *will* show you the way to the
looneybin whenever you ask them to.
--
mhm 27x12
smeeter #28
Usenet Valhalla Circle #19 & #21
CEO Alcatroll Labs Inc.
Nov 12 '05 #21

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"Dr. Flonkenstein" <gr*************************@hotmail.com> wrote in
message news:pa****************************@hotmail.com...
Being tired of lurking, on Fri, 06 Feb 2004 03:45:14 -0800, yyyiiinnnggg
posted:

"Dr. Flonkenstein" <gr*************************@hotmail.com> wrote in
message news:pa****************************@hotmail.com...
Being tired of lurking, on Thu, 05 Feb 2004 13:31:10 -0800, yyyiiinnnggg posted:
> "Peter J Ross" <ga****@NOSPAMmeow.org> wrote in message
> news:bv**************@nntp.petitmorte.net...
>> On Mon, 02 Feb 2004 23:06:24 GMT, What Rhyme is it? wrote:
>>
>> > ...for <some poets> to show their stupidity about technical issues
>> > that they don't have a shred of a clue about.
>> >
>> > I really have to wonder.
>>
>> Are you referring to the glorious spanking you've received in your
>> crossposts to alt.os.linux, Tommy?
>>
>> > With that, I must wash my imaginary cat.
>>
>> Take care not to let the air out.
>
> You should seal yours.
>
Hey, stupid yingtard, how is your slurping of Chuckles, Donckery and
Tommy going, they don't seem to have much attention for you, don't
they.
nobody is peter panning for other people. that doesn't mean i can't
benefit from posts from Robert or Dan.
Why don't you go and try to slurp some other kook, like Wollman, or
Bartly, or Richard the St00pid?
everybody is a charactor because they exist. You on the other hand, is not a full charactor.

Carry on illiterate, some day people *will* show you the way to the
looneybin whenever you ask them to.


now you will just get lost from this thread?



--
mhm 27x12
smeeter #28
Usenet Valhalla Circle #19 & #21
CEO Alcatroll Labs Inc.

Nov 12 '05 #22

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Being tired of lurking, on Sun, 08 Feb 2004 17:00:31 -0800, yyyiiinnnggg
posted:

"Dr. Flonkenstein" <gr*************************@hotmail.com> wrote in
message news:pa****************************@hotmail.com...
Being tired of lurking, on Fri, 06 Feb 2004 03:45:14 -0800, yyyiiinnnggg
posted:

> "Dr. Flonkenstein" <gr*************************@hotmail.com> wrote in
> message news:pa****************************@hotmail.com...
>> Being tired of lurking, on Thu, 05 Feb 2004 13:31:10 -0800, yyyiiinnnggg >> posted:
>>
>>
>> > "Peter J Ross" <ga****@NOSPAMmeow.org> wrote in message
>> > news:bv**************@nntp.petitmorte.net...
>> >> On Mon, 02 Feb 2004 23:06:24 GMT, What Rhyme is it? wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > ...for <some poets> to show their stupidity about technical
>> >> > issues that they don't have a shred of a clue about.
>> >> >
>> >> > I really have to wonder.
>> >>
>> >> Are you referring to the glorious spanking you've received in your
>> >> crossposts to alt.os.linux, Tommy?
>> >>
>> >> > With that, I must wash my imaginary cat.
>> >>
>> >> Take care not to let the air out.
>> >
>> > You should seal yours.
>> >
>> Hey, stupid yingtard, how is your slurping of Chuckles, Donckery and
>> Tommy going, they don't seem to have much attention for you, don't they. >
> nobody is peter panning for other people. that doesn't mean i can't
> benefit from posts from Robert or Dan.
>
>
>
>> Why don't you go and try to slurp some other kook, like Wollman, or
>> Bartly, or Richard the St00pid?
>
> everybody is a charactor because they exist. You on the other hand, is not > a full charactor.
>

Carry on illiterate, some day people *will* show you the way to the
looneybin whenever you ask them to.


now you will just get lost from this thread?


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Usenet Valhalla Circle #19 & #21
CEO Alcatroll Labs Inc.


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smeeter #28
Usenet Valhalla Circle #19 & #21
CEO Alcatroll Labs Inc.
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