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"Terrorism: deadly violence against humans and other living things. 
 Usually conducted by government against its own people."
                                                 --Edward Abbey


"Does anybody know any (dis)reputable arms dealers where I could by a nuke
 to aim at Seattle?"
"YM 'Redmond'.  Microsoft == Redmond, Microsoft != Seattle."
"Ahh, but 'tis only a matter of blast radius."
                        -- Jonathan Nicholson (,
                           Debbie Schwartz (,
                           Majdi Abbas (


"... beyond a shadow of a doubt... who has seen doubt cast a shadow? Bull
 elephant seals cast shadows... beyond the shadow of a bull elephant seal..."
                        -- Flacco, DAAS Kapital


The problem was his poetry, which was of the Naturalistic school
and leaned heavily on the S alliteration: "Sad, sorrow-sunk survivors
of a sadistic society, saturated with strong, stiff stench of
stifling strife..." 

     - Patrick F. McManus 


Her kisses left something to be desired -- the rest of her.


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