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    Anyone rolling on the river tonight?
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    Nope, doesn't it seem that Alls Quiet on the Western Front?


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    Do you mean Texas?

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    Wasn't the deadline for taxes two weeks ago?
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    One of the most important people in the world kdnxdr's Avatar
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    Don't you find that doing taxes is very taxing?
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    Isn't it less taxing than living in Texas?


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    What is the tax on taxidermy services in Texas?
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    Does Dallas accept Faxes to declare one's Texan taxes?

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    Texas has taxes?
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    Professor of applied misanthropy Drachen Jager's Avatar
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    Isn't Texas the most mentally taxing state to live in? (It seems to me the politicians from Texas appear to be extremely mentally taxed.)


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    A mental taxi? Is that how we go from thought to thought?



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    Isn't the mental taxi how you get home from the train of thought?


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    Do you think the mods should run a right track/wrong track poll to gauge whether or not this thread has derailed?
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    Professor of applied misanthropy Drachen Jager's Avatar
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    Was it ever railed in the first place?


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    Well, I didn't nail it in my first post, did I?

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    Since we're riding the rails, want to hop aboard?
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    Professor of applied misanthropy Drachen Jager's Avatar
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    Hop a broad, is that a euphemism for something?


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    One of the most important people in the world kdnxdr's Avatar
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    Could it be dyslexia or innuendo?
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    Can't it be both?


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    If so, wouldn't it be dyslexuendo?

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    You mean, if it was a real word?
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    What if you put a dyslexuendo in a tuxedo, would it be a tuxdyslexuendo?


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    What if you wore your tuxdyslexuendo to a swingers' party, would it be a sextuxdyslexuendo?

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    Maybe so, but what if there were nine people involved in the swinger's party, then would it not be a nonasextuxdyslexuendo?



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