Tue 30 Mar, 2004 02:37 pm - I thought a few of ya would get a kick out of [URL=http://www.theonion.com/news/]THIS[/URL]
Those guys are hilarious. Feel free to toss in a few of your "onion" favorites if you have... (view)
Mon 29 Mar, 2004 07:02 pm - This can become a GREAT thread if people shared stories. I'll toss in one. Lets just say its a hypothetical, eh? :wink:
I'll keep it short and sweet:
I met my girlfriend at a... (view)
Mon 29 Mar, 2004 06:40 pm - Good point, Brandon.
I was thinking along the lines of if all the sh*t hit the fan at the same time and everyone loosed their nukes at each other.
Also, they were able to rebuild... (view)
Mon 29 Mar, 2004 06:35 pm - [quote="McGentrix"]*whew* there you go again! It's like you are a literary master of wit with these posts! I can't believe you don't work for the New Yorker with this... (view)
Mon 29 Mar, 2004 02:25 pm - [quote="McGentrix"]Wow. I guess you told me. I really feel like I've been put in my place now. Thanks for demonstrating my points for me though.[/quote]
Bro, you've been... (view)
Mon 29 Mar, 2004 01:18 pm - [quote="Bi-Polar Bear"]so why did you in the first place?[/quote]
LOL! I was just thinking the same thing myself. McG just negated his own post. Thanks for saving us the trouble of... (view)
Sun 28 Mar, 2004 07:47 pm - My vote goes to those who work in advertising.
Their whole point in being is to get people to buy something they most likely don't need and otherwise wouldn't want.
I think the... (view)
Sun 28 Mar, 2004 07:38 pm - Amazing link, Ros. Thanks.
I figured the most important part of the entire equation was whether the plants would survive. Once they're out of the picture, we'd be royally screwed,... (view)