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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 08-02-2008, 10:59 PM Thread Starter
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What do you call it when you're diddling your female passenger under a sweater on her lap while driving?

Harrier jets are the loudest planes I've ever heard, but they look really cool when they're hovering and creeping backwards over Lake Washington.

NW musicians rock, especially when they're putting on a free show for a few choice friends in the basement of a mid-to-upscale Seattle lakefront '50's Rambler.

I miss driving my Mercedes

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What do you call it when you're diddling your female passenger under a sweater on her lap while driving?
Fun, fun, fun.

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Harrier jets are the loudest planes I've ever heard, but they look really cool when they're hovering and creeping backwards over Lake Washington.
B2 bombers are works of art. Seriously. They look like sculpture from the future. And you can't really hear them coming. Until they are almost on top of you and they can fly over hilly terrain really low.

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Yeah. No comment, wasn't there.

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Why? Did you break it?

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I doubt it. Jim
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Summers in Cascadia are awesome...truly
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^Please don't use the word awesome, it makes you sound like some punk kid... dude.
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How 'bout bonerific, then?
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Aw dude! That is like totally awesomw out to the max. That is one rad word dude!
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you're mocking me, aren't you
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No it has been awhile since I read the book or saw Gregory Peck in To Kill A Mockingbird. I have to agree with you though that it is one of Hollywood's better efforts.
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Errrmmm, it would appear so

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No it has been awhile since I read the book or saw Gregory Peck in To Kill A Mockingbird. I have to agree with you though that it is one of Hollywood's better efforts.
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