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Solnyschkamynka


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If they give you enough time up there (fourth floor Carroll County General): NO BODY believes you're dead. It's a great deal! Especially after swimming Fayette Station rapid, like 6 times in one day purposefully, and climbing as high as 5.9 or perhaps higher (not to mention multi pitch cleaning) when only in your second and first year of rock climbing. Of course, the drugs are bothersome, that's why they cost so much money. A highly monitored life can produce really amazing feats! Yet, the health benefits are amazing. Of course, it should be added, boyfriends who are only willing to be entertained and don't take the sport seriously are sort of a bummer. In fact, they can canel lots of plans for the classic want to be competetor. Recruitment therefore, has sort of come to a standstill. Perhaps it will pick up after therapy.

Anyway, I am in total support of the Obama healthcare bill for these reasons. It seems, humans don't want to admit what's really going on in their heads. But I've seen it, all of it. The point is, it is definitely best to go to the hospital yourself instead of relying on a "friend" to make your points for you. You don't know what's really being said in there. What they truly look like. And how your reputation flatters and so on. Truly, I don't mind giving out advice while you're climbing. But I got to get mine too, that's why it is my reccomendation, that everyone take a nice comfortable stay in the pyschward, and pay back those who have "died". I'm not kidding folks, a lesson to be learned.


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NO BODY believes you're dead.

Even if there is NO BODY, it still doesn't mean that some vile act of murder has not taken place.


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If they give you enough time up there (fourth floor Carroll County General): NO BODY believes you're dead. It's a great deal! Especially after swimming Fayette Station rapid, like 6 times in one day purposefully, and climbing as high as 5.9 or perhaps higher (not to mention multi pitch cleaning) when only in your second and first year of rock climbing. Of course, the drugs are bothersome, that's why they cost so much money. A highly monitored life can produce really amazing feats! Yet, the health benefits are amazing. Of course, it should be added, boyfriends who are only willing to be entertained and don't take the sport seriously are sort of a bummer. In fact, they can canel lots of plans for the classic want to be competetor. Recruitment therefore, has sort of come to a standstill. Perhaps it will pick up after therapy.

Anyway, I am in total support of the Obama healthcare bill for these reasons. It seems, humans don't want to admit what's really going on in their heads. But I've seen it, all of it. The point is, it is definitely best to go to the hospital yourself instead of relying on a "friend" to make your points for you. You don't know what's really being said in there. What they truly look like. And how your reputation flatters and so on. Truly, I don't mind giving out advice while you're climbing. But I got to get mine too, that's why it is my reccomendation, that everyone take a nice comfortable stay in the pyschward, and pay back those who have "died". I'm not kidding folks, a lesson to be learned.

i'm not reading that^^^


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Why not? I explained something about myself. I'm new here, thought introductions were in order.

Regardless you are forgiven.

Current situation. Go find mushroom he's my exboyfriend


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You can ask again, what I have done in 23 years, or you can go on, deciding my post which was truly enlightening to most young rock climbers that it was ill chosen title.

Believe about me what you want: But now it will be difficult introduction if they ever were to exist at all. Besides: a MENTAL disability, namely bi-polar is hardly the same. In fact it's a permission slip. DO you have one?


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Why not? I explained something about myself. I'm new here, thought introductions were in order.

Regardless you are forgiven.

Current situation. Go find mushroom he's my exboyfriend

didn't read that either


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I'm not trying to be mean.


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Are you try to tlel me that I am being lied to?


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Are you try to tlel me that I am being lied to?

I hate myself for clicking on this thread.


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traddad wrote:
Solnyschkamynka wrote:
Are you try to tlel me that I am being lied to?

I hate myself for clicking on this thread.

As do we all.


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Why is that? Are you republican? Do you support Mitt Romney? What is your own Republic like?


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My republic is the Peoples Republic of Lemony Fresh.


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like, MGSO4 H2O ICED H2O with Lemon? you know, my name is very obvious from my username


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Why is that? Are you republican? Do you support Mitt Romney? What is your own Republic like?

i really am working on my post count


a run to 15,000 bitches!!!


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i am doing laundry and smoking cigarette for all the world to see...plus drinking brew...long live kamchatka amen


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Solnyschkamynka wrote:
i am doing laundry and smoking cigarette for all the world to see...plus drinking brew...long live kamchatka amen

good werk


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If they give you enough time up there (fourth floor Carroll County General): NO BODY believes you're dead. It's a great deal! Especially after swimming Fayette Station rapid, like 6 times in one day purposefully, and climbing as high as 5.9 or perhaps higher (not to mention multi pitch cleaning) when only in your second and first year of rock climbing. Of course, the drugs are bothersome, that's why they cost so much money. A highly monitored life can produce really amazing feats! Yet, the health benefits are amazing. Of course, it should be added, boyfriends who are only willing to be entertained and don't take the sport seriously are sort of a bummer. In fact, they can canel lots of plans for the classic want to be competetor. Recruitment therefore, has sort of come to a standstill. Perhaps it will pick up after therapy.

Anyway, I am in total support of the Obama healthcare bill for these reasons. It seems, humans don't want to admit what's really going on in their heads. But I've seen it, all of it. The point is, it is definitely best to go to the hospital yourself instead of relying on a "friend" to make your points for you. You don't know what's really being said in there. What they truly look like. And how your reputation flatters and so on. Truly, I don't mind giving out advice while you're climbing. But I got to get mine too, that's why it is my reccomendation, that everyone take a nice comfortable stay in the pyschward, and pay back those who have "died". I'm not kidding folks, a lesson to be learned.

so, one question: WHO LET YOU OUT?


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macherry wrote:
Solnyschkamynka wrote:
Why is that? Are you republican? Do you support Mitt Romney? What is your own Republic like?

i really am working on my post count


a run to 15,000 bitches!!!
You're like that fat dude who keeps talking about going for a run "tomorrow", then finally goes for a run only to stop atfer 200 feet to buy a Butterfinger and a A&W Root Beer at an import store he stumbled across.

I DON'T SEE ANY 15K, MA.

Might be cuz my belly is in the way. I should probably go for a run tomorrow.


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Solnyschkamynka wrote:
If they give you enough time up there (fourth floor Carroll County General): NO BODY believes you're dead. It's a great deal! Especially after swimming Fayette Station rapid, like 6 times in one day purposefully, and climbing as high as 5.9 or perhaps higher (not to mention multi pitch cleaning) when only in your second and first year of rock climbing. Of course, the drugs are bothersome, that's why they cost so much money. A highly monitored life can produce really amazing feats! Yet, the health benefits are amazing. Of course, it should be added, boyfriends who are only willing to be entertained and don't take the sport seriously are sort of a bummer. In fact, they can canel lots of plans for the classic want to be competetor. Recruitment therefore, has sort of come to a standstill. Perhaps it will pick up after therapy.

Anyway, I am in total support of the Obama healthcare bill for these reasons. It seems, humans don't want to admit what's really going on in their heads. But I've seen it, all of it. The point is, it is definitely best to go to the hospital yourself instead of relying on a "friend" to make your points for you. You don't know what's really being said in there. What they truly look like. And how your reputation flatters and so on. Truly, I don't mind giving out advice while you're climbing. But I got to get mine too, that's why it is my reccomendation, that everyone take a nice comfortable stay in the pyschward, and pay back those who have "died". I'm not kidding folks, a lesson to be learned.

so, one question: WHO LET YOU OUT?

Probably the same person who let the dogs out.


edge


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Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
iknowfear wrote:
Solnyschkamynka wrote:
If they give you enough time up there (fourth floor Carroll County General): NO BODY believes you're dead. It's a great deal! Especially after swimming Fayette Station rapid, like 6 times in one day purposefully, and climbing as high as 5.9 or perhaps higher (not to mention multi pitch cleaning) when only in your second and first year of rock climbing. Of course, the drugs are bothersome, that's why they cost so much money. A highly monitored life can produce really amazing feats! Yet, the health benefits are amazing. Of course, it should be added, boyfriends who are only willing to be entertained and don't take the sport seriously are sort of a bummer. In fact, they can canel lots of plans for the classic want to be competetor. Recruitment therefore, has sort of come to a standstill. Perhaps it will pick up after therapy.

Anyway, I am in total support of the Obama healthcare bill for these reasons. It seems, humans don't want to admit what's really going on in their heads. But I've seen it, all of it. The point is, it is definitely best to go to the hospital yourself instead of relying on a "friend" to make your points for you. You don't know what's really being said in there. What they truly look like. And how your reputation flatters and so on. Truly, I don't mind giving out advice while you're climbing. But I got to get mine too, that's why it is my reccomendation, that everyone take a nice comfortable stay in the pyschward, and pay back those who have "died". I'm not kidding folks, a lesson to be learned.

so, one question: WHO LET YOU OUT?

Probably the same person who let the dogs out.


Who???

Who? Who?


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macherry wrote:
Solnyschkamynka wrote:
Why is that? Are you republican? Do you support Mitt Romney? What is your own Republic like?

i really am working on my post count


a run to 15,000 bitches!!!
You're like that fat dude who keeps talking about going for a run "tomorrow", then finally goes for a run only to stop atfer 200 feet to buy a Butterfinger and a A&W Root Beer at an import store he stumbled across.

I DON'T SEE ANY 15K, MA.

Might be cuz my belly is in the way. I should probably go for a run tomorrow.


yeah yeah yeah


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Enigma's done it better. You're a close second though.


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edge wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
iknowfear wrote:
Solnyschkamynka wrote:
If they give you enough time up there (fourth floor Carroll County General): NO BODY believes you're dead. It's a great deal! Especially after swimming Fayette Station rapid, like 6 times in one day purposefully, and climbing as high as 5.9 or perhaps higher (not to mention multi pitch cleaning) when only in your second and first year of rock climbing. Of course, the drugs are bothersome, that's why they cost so much money. A highly monitored life can produce really amazing feats! Yet, the health benefits are amazing. Of course, it should be added, boyfriends who are only willing to be entertained and don't take the sport seriously are sort of a bummer. In fact, they can canel lots of plans for the classic want to be competetor. Recruitment therefore, has sort of come to a standstill. Perhaps it will pick up after therapy.

Anyway, I am in total support of the Obama healthcare bill for these reasons. It seems, humans don't want to admit what's really going on in their heads. But I've seen it, all of it. The point is, it is definitely best to go to the hospital yourself instead of relying on a "friend" to make your points for you. You don't know what's really being said in there. What they truly look like. And how your reputation flatters and so on. Truly, I don't mind giving out advice while you're climbing. But I got to get mine too, that's why it is my reccomendation, that everyone take a nice comfortable stay in the pyschward, and pay back those who have "died". I'm not kidding folks, a lesson to be learned.

so, one question: WHO LET YOU OUT?

Probably the same person who let the dogs out.


Who???

Who? Who?

Laugh


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airscape wrote:
edge wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
iknowfear wrote:
Solnyschkamynka wrote:
If they give you enough time up there (fourth floor Carroll County General): NO BODY believes you're dead. It's a great deal! Especially after swimming Fayette Station rapid, like 6 times in one day purposefully, and climbing as high as 5.9 or perhaps higher (not to mention multi pitch cleaning) when only in your second and first year of rock climbing. Of course, the drugs are bothersome, that's why they cost so much money. A highly monitored life can produce really amazing feats! Yet, the health benefits are amazing. Of course, it should be added, boyfriends who are only willing to be entertained and don't take the sport seriously are sort of a bummer. In fact, they can canel lots of plans for the classic want to be competetor. Recruitment therefore, has sort of come to a standstill. Perhaps it will pick up after therapy.

Anyway, I am in total support of the Obama healthcare bill for these reasons. It seems, humans don't want to admit what's really going on in their heads. But I've seen it, all of it. The point is, it is definitely best to go to the hospital yourself instead of relying on a "friend" to make your points for you. You don't know what's really being said in there. What they truly look like. And how your reputation flatters and so on. Truly, I don't mind giving out advice while you're climbing. But I got to get mine too, that's why it is my reccomendation, that everyone take a nice comfortable stay in the pyschward, and pay back those who have "died". I'm not kidding folks, a lesson to be learned.

so, one question: WHO LET YOU OUT?

Probably the same person who let the dogs out.


Who???

Who? Who?

Laugh

Laugh


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iknowfear wrote:
airscape wrote:
edge wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
iknowfear wrote:
Solnyschkamynka wrote:
If they give you enough time up there (fourth floor Carroll County General): NO BODY believes you're dead. It's a great deal! Especially after swimming Fayette Station rapid, like 6 times in one day purposefully, and climbing as high as 5.9 or perhaps higher (not to mention multi pitch cleaning) when only in your second and first year of rock climbing. Of course, the drugs are bothersome, that's why they cost so much money. A highly monitored life can produce really amazing feats! Yet, the health benefits are amazing. Of course, it should be added, boyfriends who are only willing to be entertained and don't take the sport seriously are sort of a bummer. In fact, they can canel lots of plans for the classic want to be competetor. Recruitment therefore, has sort of come to a standstill. Perhaps it will pick up after therapy.

Anyway, I am in total support of the Obama healthcare bill for these reasons. It seems, humans don't want to admit what's really going on in their heads. But I've seen it, all of it. The point is, it is definitely best to go to the hospital yourself instead of relying on a "friend" to make your points for you. You don't know what's really being said in there. What they truly look like. And how your reputation flatters and so on. Truly, I don't mind giving out advice while you're climbing. But I got to get mine too, that's why it is my reccomendation, that everyone take a nice comfortable stay in the pyschward, and pay back those who have "died". I'm not kidding folks, a lesson to be learned.

so, one question: WHO LET YOU OUT?

Probably the same person who let the dogs out.


Who???

Who? Who?

Laugh

Laugh
The Who?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOUqRZkR8dE

Also WTF?

qwert

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