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alejandro has moved beyond PMing men his BMI, but...........

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Bravo. Now go get it Pinocchio, really let me have it, lol

 

I bet you say that to all the guys

 

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Now go get it Pinocchio, really let me have it!

You've got some weird ass fantasies...

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You've got some weird ass fantasies...

  

I bet you say that to all the guys

Ha ha, good one guys, I was feeling pretty jipped by the weakness so far,thanks for saving it a little.

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Quick, say something Nostrildamus can respond to about me, he made a complete moron of himself earlier and needs to save some face! LMFAO

 

i admit that i was wrong about your alarm system having few wires

 

however i am right that your explosive lunge from your poptart-crumb-covered hippo trench of a bed to go take a picture of your alarm system's interior wiring proves that you're a vapid marionette awaiting marching orders from anyone who challenges your meager wealth

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here alejandro read this snippet from french social theorist marshall sahlins via 19th century english explorer william mariner

 

 

A Tongan chief responds to a description of money described by an Englishman, believing it foolish that people should place a value on money when they could not apply it to any physical purpose:

"If," said he, "it [money] were made of iron, and could be converted into knives, axes, and chisels, there would be some sense in placing a value on it; but as it is, I see none. If a man," he added, "has more yams than he wants, let him exchange some of them away for pork or gnatoo [bark cloth]. Certainly money is much handier, and more convenient, but then, as it will not spoil by being kept, people will store it up, instead of sharing it out, as a chief ought to do, and thus become selfish; whereas, if provisions were the principle property of man, and it ought to be, as being the most useful and the most necessary, he could not store it up, for it would spoil, and he would be obliged either to exchange it away for something else useful, or share it to his neighbours, and inferior chiefs and dependents, for nothing." He concluded by saying, "I understand now very well what it is that makes the Papalangis (Europeans) so selfish - it is this money." (Martin 1827 1:213-14, in Sahlins 2004 p.6)

 

 

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here alejandro read this snippet from french social theorist marshall sahlins via 19th century english explorer william mariner

 

But, but, but, he who has the most toys wins...

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here alejandro read this snippet from french social theorist marshall sahlins via 19th century english explorer william mariner

I can't hear you over the sound of my Bentley that I built all by myself!
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I have a wireless Bentley. Spark Plugs are for Wal-Mart shoppers.

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here alejandro read this snippet from french social theorist marshall sahlins via 19th century english explorer william mariner

Really, a lecture based on financial wisdoms of the Tongan people!? Well lets check into how that has transpired over the years:

. Tonga was named the sixth most corrupt country in the world by Forbes magazine in 2008.[31]

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Really, a lecture based on financial wisdoms of the Tongan people!? Well lets check into how that has transpired over the years:

. Tonga was named the sixth most corrupt country in the world by Forbes magazine in 2008.[31]

FAIL

 

my six-week-old has better reading comprehension skills than you. the excerpt i posted is from a transcript recorded in the year 1827

 

and ironically your post actually confirms my point, as an adoption of western concepts of wage-based market economic systems have led to a gradual decline in social mores in that nation

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Guys, real quick, I have another problem I need your help with. I love pitching and catching equally, but with my love handles, I can't fit the requisite 2 other guys into my king bed. Anyone know of a high-class custom bed shop in the New Orleans area? Workmanship has to be good enoug for posting on 10-odd forums.

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my six-week-old has better reading comprehension skills than you. the excerpt i posted is from a transcript recorded in the year 1827

 

and ironically your post actually confirms my point, as an adoption of western concepts of wage-based market economic systems have led to a gradual decline in social mores in that nation

 

Like Fatty Mayonnaise even knew what the fug Tonga was before he googled it after your post. 

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