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#81 Jul 22, 2013
ShadyBits wrote:
<quoted text>Sock? Today my sock....well I'm wearing flip flops... I hate 'em... and who gives a fugg about early detection? When it's your time, it's your time (and I'm sure I've posted about being the only female in my family with her "parts" left in the things you don't know about me thread months ago... I don't have a reason to lie)... but feel free to believe what you want about me. That is your choice. In any case I've got work tomorrow and it's past my bedtime. Best to you and yours.


Of Course you Lie Purple g,...was this little Run In with Big Time everything You hoped it would be. So shoe polish can be our little secrect, now how about your famine following a plague of locusts story, bet it TOPS mine by a mile,....

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#82 Jul 22, 2013
Talk about Having Big Time Fever, since you are keeping close, where is that last post of yours to me before you got banned,...??


McDerby wrote:
<quoted text>
B-O-L-O-G-N-A .... no wait, that's BINGO.
Oscar, is that you? Get back in your can cause that other girl
might start putting out more poems about how much she likes trash and we all remember how much Oscar thought of his own special trash.
LOL

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#83 Jul 22, 2013
moi wrote:
<quoted text>
I thought you had me by two months...
Can't think of anyone I'd rather be mistaken for.
xoxo



We roamed the fields and river sides,
When we are young and gay;
We chased the bees and plucked the flowers,
In the merry, merry month of may

“If you're happy & you know it”

Level 7

Since: Feb 13

clap your hands!

#84 Jul 22, 2013
Big Time wrote:
<quoted text>
Of Course you Lie Purple g,...was this little Run In with Big Time everything You hoped it would be. So shoe polish can be our little secrect, now how about your famine following a plague of locusts story, bet it TOPS mine by a mile,....
?? You are one strange dude. I am not Purple G. I don't even like purple...yeah I wore a purple sundress yesterday because my husband liked the way it looked on me. It's the only purple thing I own.

The only other name I've been known by on here is LOLz and that was when I was a "graybox". Feel free to go back and read anything and everything I've posted. I don't need to lie. I don't know you from Adam and you don't know me either, though apparently you think you do.

Why am I wasting my time explaining myself to you???? I quit. You win.

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#85 Jul 22, 2013
Thanks, all I know is you dumped your box of Broken Toys out in My sand Box, put the heads back on your dolls and please take your cheerleaders with you, If in fact you are Man enough to keep your word,

You reading everthing of mine is quite enough, you read your own drivel, in front of a mirror and then ad more of the Book of Jobe kind of things, that is always a hit with the click,...


ShadyBits wrote:
<quoted text>?? You are one strange dude. I am not Purple G. I don't even like purple...yeah I wore a purple sundress yesterday because my husband liked the way it looked on me. It's the only purple thing I own.
The only other name I've been known by on here is LOLz and that was when I was a "graybox". Feel free to go back and read anything and everything I've posted. I don't need to lie. I don't know you from Adam and you don't know me either, though apparently you think you do.
Why am I wasting my time explaining myself to you???? I quit. You win.

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#86 Jul 22, 2013
Angel of darkness is upon you
Stuck a needle in your arm
So take another toke, have a blow for your nose
One more drink fool, will drown you
Ooooh that smell
Can't you smell that smell
Ooooh that smell
The smell of death surrounds you

Now they call you Prince Charming
Can't speak a word when you're full of 'ludes
Say you'll be all right come tomorrow
But tomorrow might not be here for you
Ooooh that smell
Can't you smell that smell
Ooooh that smell
The smell of death surrounds you

Hey, you're a fool you
Stick them needles in your arm
I know I been there before



moi
Level 4

Since: Dec 06

Arta, Russia

#88 Jul 22, 2013
Aha! P.G., That does make sense.

If the shoe... polish...fits...

“If you're happy & you know it”

Level 7

Since: Feb 13

clap your hands!

#89 Jul 22, 2013
Big Time wrote:
Thanks, all I know is you dumped your box of Broken Toys out in My sand Box, put the heads back on your dolls and please take your cheerleaders with you, If in fact you are Man enough to keep your word,
You reading everthing of mine is quite enough, you read your own drivel, in front of a mirror and then ad more of the Book of Jobe kind of things, that is always a hit with the click,...
<quoted text>
If you don't want people to participate in your threads... why start them? Do you really expect all responses to be happy happy joy joy? I just brought some reality to your thread. Not everyone eats lucky charms and shytes rainbows.

moi
Level 4

Since: Dec 06

Arta, Russia

#90 Jul 22, 2013
Big Time wrote:
<quoted text>
We roamed the fields and river sides,
When we are young and gay;
We chased the bees and plucked the flowers,
In the merry, merry month of may
Try to remember the kind of September
when life was slow and oh, so mellow.
Try to remember the kind of September
when grass was green and grain was yellow.
Try to remember the kind of September
when you were a tender and callow fellow,
Try to remember and if you remember then follow.

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#92 Jul 22, 2013
Oh Please do Participate, thought you were Over it, No on Offbeat I expect your Fake cyber crumpets and Hard luck stories, It's just that You , Purple Gurl have a sweet spot with me since I've bustted' your Troll azz from Day One,...

Post a song or at Least a Train wreck so I'll know it's real,...





ShadyBits wrote:
<quoted text>If you don't want people to participate in your threads... why start them? Do you really expect all responses to be happy happy joy joy? I just brought some reality to your thread. Not everyone eats lucky charms and shytes rainbows.



What is oftentimes called Georgia's own Titanic story took place in Henry County, Georgia on June 23, 1900. Near the present-day city of McDonough, there is a small creek called Camp Creek. As in 1900, today there is a railroad track that runs across the creek. However, if you were to visit the site today, the creek flows quietly underneath the railroad crossing. On that fateful day in 1900, the creek was swollen due to three weeks of heavy nonstop rainfall. The railroads were important modes of transportation in 1900, as this was before the mass production of automobiles. The heavy rainfall would spell disaster for Old Number 7, the locomotive that would pull the train northbound from Macon on to the bridge over Camp Creek that fateful day.
I first learned of this event after taking the Haunted History Tour of McDonough tonight led by Caprice Walker and Dan Brooks of Bell, Book and Candle in downtown McDonough, Georgia. Living in the area, the tour was even more enjoyable for me due to my curiosity about the many old buildings and homes in the downtown area. On the tour, Dan and Caprice tell guests of the many historic buildings in downtown McDonough and the ghost stories that have made these buildings so mysterious. On the tour, the two take guests to the square downtown. While it is a very peaceful, serene looking park, there are a number of things that have happened in and on the square that make it the site of some eerie happenings. Perhaps the most intriguing of these is what is called the Camp Creek Train Wreck.

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#93 Jul 22, 2013
moi wrote:
Aha! P.G., That does make sense.
If the shoe... polish...fits...

Pain fully Obvious in the Dark of The Day,...


"One, Two, Buckle My Shoe"

“I care more about my character”

Level 7

Since: Jun 11

...... then my reputation

#94 Jul 22, 2013
Big Time wrote:
<quoted text>
.55 cents a gallon when I started driving, ELO concert tickets were $7.95 with out a service charge back then,..
My first concert was Alice Cooper .... yeah ... I'm that old.

moi
Level 4

Since: Dec 06

Arta, Russia

#95 Jul 22, 2013
Come all you rounders if you want to hear
The story of a brave engineer
Casey Jones was the rounder's name
On the "six-eight" wheeler, boys, he won his fame
The caller called Casey at half past four
He kissed his wife at the station door
He mounted to the cabin with the orders in his hand
And he took his farewell trip to that promis'd land

Chorus:
Casey Jones--mounted to his cabin
Casey Jones--with his orders in his hand
Casey Jones--mounted to his cabin
And he took his... land

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#96 Jul 22, 2013
Beautiful Black Molly wrote:
<quoted text>
My first concert was Alice Cooper .... yeah ... I'm that old.

Schools out For the Winter,...

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#97 Jul 22, 2013
Hello, and welcome to American Folklore Theater.* Tonight you're going to hear the story of a long-forgotten American Hero, Honey Dipper Dan.

A long time ago when our land was young, livin' was hard.* Man had to draw his drinkin' water out of a well, and hunt his dinner in the heart of the forest.* When it came time to relieve himself, he had to do it in an outhouse.* Trouble is, them outhouses would get full up, and somebody had to empty 'em out.* Well, that somebody was Honey Dipper Dan.

*Cue Music

Honey Dipper Dan...Honey Dipper Dan...

Honey Dipper Dan was 20 feet tall
when it came to honey dippin' he was better 'an them all.
A giant of a man, strong and fit
and he wasn't afeared of handlin'.....

Honey Dipper Dan...Honey Dipper Dan...

Well, his honey dippin' ladel was the Liberty Bell
and a redwood clothespin kept out the smell.
His hat was a mountain where billy goats played
and his big giant boots had to be specially made.
Now other honey dippers, well they'd wear gloves
but not for ol' Dan, this is somethin' he loved.
He'd whistle as he worked, a credit to his species,
riddin' this country of big mounds of...

Honey Dipper Dan...Honey Dipper Dan...

Folks knew when he was comin', you didn't have to tell 'em,
the ground would shake, and besides, you could smell 'im.
He'd find him an outhouse, and armed with that scoop
he'd pull of the roof and start spoonin' out...

Honey Dipper Dan...Honey Dipper Dan...

His life was a dream, and no one could spoil it
until some city slicker went and thought up the toilet.
With a flush it was over, Dan's heart broke in two;
what was a honey dippin' giant to do?
He laid down his ladel and just disappeared.
But old legend has it, and I know this sounds weird,
But late, late at night put your ear to the can,
and if you hear a whistle its probably...

Honey Dipper Dan...Honey Dipper Dan...

Join us next week as we sing you the story of another great American hero, Mississippi Maxine Padd, and how she plugged up the dam to save the village.

“If you're happy & you know it”

Level 7

Since: Feb 13

clap your hands!

#98 Jul 22, 2013
Big Time wrote:
Oh Please do Participate, thought you were Over it, No on Offbeat I expect your Fake cyber crumpets and Hard luck stories, It's just that You , Purple Gurl have a sweet spot with me since I've bustted' your Troll azz from Day One,...
Post a song or at Least a Train wreck so I'll know it's real,...
<quoted text>
What is oftentimes called Georgia's own Titanic story took place in Henry County, Georgia on June 23, 1900. Near the present-day city of McDonough, there is a small creek called Camp Creek. As in 1900, today there is a railroad track that runs across the creek. However, if you were to visit the site today, the creek flows quietly underneath the railroad crossing. On that fateful day in 1900, the creek was swollen due to three weeks of heavy nonstop rainfall. The railroads were important modes of transportation in 1900, as this was before the mass production of automobiles. The heavy rainfall would spell disaster for Old Number 7, the locomotive that would pull the train northbound from Macon on to the bridge over Camp Creek that fateful day.
I first learned of this event after taking the Haunted History Tour of McDonough tonight led by Caprice Walker and Dan Brooks of Bell, Book and Candle in downtown McDonough, Georgia. Living in the area, the tour was even more enjoyable for me due to my curiosity about the many old buildings and homes in the downtown area. On the tour, Dan and Caprice tell guests of the many historic buildings in downtown McDonough and the ghost stories that have made these buildings so mysterious. On the tour, the two take guests to the square downtown. While it is a very peaceful, serene looking park, there are a number of things that have happened in and on the square that make it the site of some eerie happenings. Perhaps the most intriguing of these is what is called the Camp Creek Train Wreck.
Um... ok. Still not "purple gurl". Despise the fact that anyone would think I'd be someone who would intentionally misspell the word girl. That is just stupid. Girl & "gurl" have the same amount of letters so why not just spell it right?! I could understand if she was trying to abbreviate or something. But... you can think I am whoever you want me to be if it makes you happy.

Have a good one... this has gotten lame and I've got work to do.(Disclaimer: that does not mean I wont pop by later or post on other threads in the meantime!)

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#99 Jul 22, 2013
moi wrote:
Come all you rounders if you want to hear
The story of a brave engineer
Casey Jones was the rounder's name
On the "six-eight" wheeler, boys, he won his fame
The caller called Casey at half past four
He kissed his wife at the station door
He mounted to the cabin with the orders in his hand
And he took his farewell trip to that promis'd land
Chorus:
Casey Jones--mounted to his cabin
Casey Jones--with his orders in his hand
Casey Jones--mounted to his cabin
And he took his... land



So, if you're tired of the same old story, oh, turn some pages
I will be here when you are ready to roll with the changes

“ROCK ON ROCKERS!!”

Level 8

Since: Mar 11

Rockin' USA ;)

#100 Jul 22, 2013
Your BOD ages...the SPIRIT stays YOUNG...

YOU ONLY GROW OLD... WHEN...YOU "GIVE UP" YOUR DREAMS...;)

moi
Level 4

Since: Dec 06

Arta, Russia

#101 Jul 22, 2013
Big Time wrote:
<quoted text>
So, if you're tired of the same old story, oh, turn some pages
I will be here when you are ready to roll with the changes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =RztXEzrVdpUXX
Driving that train, high on cocaine,
Casey Jones you better watch your speed.
Trouble ahead, trouble behind,
And you know that notion just crossed my mind.

Roll that change

http://goo.gl/zPOD

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#102 Jul 22, 2013
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