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What is Wrong With People? (Part 67)
« on: March 17, 2012, 02:09:09 PM »
Ind. basketball dad knocks coach unconscious because he forced daughter to run laps

An Indiana father is facing serious charges after launching a brutal attack on his daughter's assistant middle school basketball coach for the coach's implementation of an incredibly simple and traditional practice: He made her run laps in the gym...
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Re: What is Wrong With People? (Part 67)
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2012, 05:52:29 PM »
Only two more 'parts' to go until pure awesome, rainbow barfing, gold crapping, high-fiving, beer chugging, school girl giggling, sweet number 69.

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Re: What is Wrong With People? (Part 67)
« Reply #2 on: March 17, 2012, 07:00:27 PM »
Only two more 'parts' to go until pure awesome, rainbow barfing, gold crapping, high-fiving, beer chugging, school girl giggling, sweet number 69.

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"as [you've] informed us that respect chills love, it is natural to conclude that all your pretty flights arise from your pampered sensibility; and that, vain of this fancied preeminence of organs, you foster every emotion till the fumes, mounting to your brain, dispel the sober suggestions of reason. It is not in this view surprising that when you should argue you become impassioned, and that reflection inflames your imagination instead of enlightening your understanding." - Mary Wollstonecraft

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Re: What is Wrong With People? (Part 67)
« Reply #3 on: March 17, 2012, 07:21:07 PM »
Only two more 'parts' to go until pure awesome, rainbow barfing, gold crapping, high-fiving, beer chugging, school girl giggling, sweet number 69.

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Re: What is Wrong With People? (Part 67)
« Reply #4 on: March 17, 2012, 10:58:52 PM »
Only two more 'parts' to go until pure awesome, rainbow barfing, gold crapping, high-fiving, beer chugging, school girl giggling, sweet number 69.

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Re: What is Wrong With People? (Part 67)
« Reply #5 on: March 18, 2012, 03:56:13 PM »
How can you only be on part 67?  I'm up to 4,789 on my list.
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Re: What is Wrong With People? (Part 67)
« Reply #6 on: March 18, 2012, 04:00:59 PM »
I think the number is low because I was going by the number of threads made on the forum, not number of times I've thought it in daily life  :angel:
"as [you've] informed us that respect chills love, it is natural to conclude that all your pretty flights arise from your pampered sensibility; and that, vain of this fancied preeminence of organs, you foster every emotion till the fumes, mounting to your brain, dispel the sober suggestions of reason. It is not in this view surprising that when you should argue you become impassioned, and that reflection inflames your imagination instead of enlightening your understanding." - Mary Wollstonecraft