this is possibly the best thing you have ever posted. i applaud it.
Seconded, though they do have some curious notions of causality in an alterable timeline.
this is truly what the internet was created for.
Much like your mom.
btw, i've stolen your userpic, but i give credit - can i use it sometimes as secondary? i love it
You will likely get made fun of and/or be derided. Look a the length of his flist, then figure the odds that any one of them will see you reusing his icon.
being polite doesn't hurt, does it?
In a barbarian society, politeness cuts deep.
please elaboratewhat you say has a myriad of meanings, thus rendering the phrase meaningless
Judging by the timestamp, I was pretty smashed when I made the comment. Your guess is as good as mine.
Sir, I must applaud you on pointing me towards this amazing piece of literature. My children and their children will benefit from this, I am sure of it.
Okay, that was good.simple, but funny.
Thanks for that one!
And, once again, jwz proves that he is still Teh Awesum!
No wonder the Time Lords were so cranky.
Not to mention the Department of Temporal Investigations.
Personally, I'd improve Fanny Kaplan's aim.
Nice in the same way as "They're Made of Meat"
For once, you are correct, sir.
I didn't make that connection myself, but you're right.
Wish I could remember whom to credit for this one:
"This is why there was no room at the inn in Bethlehem.
Best point would have to be SilverFox316 deriding SneakyPete for being a n00b.
Given the state of the internet, I feel like people wouldn't bother killing Hitler, they'd just rickroll him.
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