However, the retort from Globe and Mail that tries to refute the study basically needs one big  tag written under the whole thing.
Increasingly, it's not good enough that you said what you did say, and chose not to say what you clearly haven't said.
And, hey, guess what? No one said otherwise.
Yep- exactly right. Add in the 2008 financial industry coup, and you've got a clear picture. We've all been pwned.
Say chap, I just read this slash dot post the other day, I think you might like it, allow me to repeat it to you verbatim !
This guy, he was important or something, or i think he was, im not sure, i can't remember what he did.... anyways this guy, he wrote a play... or was it a book? Shit. Uh. well, he was old, and he sounded like he knew stuff. So he told me that...uhh...that... shit. He said that Elizabeth had a great set of... breasts. Or memories. Or something. I don't know who Elizabeth was though, I assumed he was talking about his wife but i dunno. So she went home and yelled at her kids, cause they were making unauthorized copies of some The Folios, the band, and letting people download it on the internet. She had got this letter from the RIAA, being sued for like upteen bajillion dollars. So yeah. It was bad.
I'd say an explosive laxative might dislodge their heads...
It is accepted scientific fact that this is too important to negotiate the details in public.
No, see you got modded "Flamebait".
Here, let me give you some tips of where you could've gone with it:
...something about this bugs me...
The gene pool needs chlorine.
Shutting down your computers improve your security, but you'll also get a girlfriend.
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