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    When your wife snores does the sound kind of resemble Wookie speak?
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    lol, maybe I just don't understand Dutchland.
    The avarage bike in Amsterdam has been stolen 4 times
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    Hmmm it will be the 3ds I want this http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mB0Ojk76WvU
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    The price of gas is gonna kill me.
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    Apparently, burglars are now aiming for garden houses in our town. The police advices citizens to put a decent lock on your garden house. Our ancient garden house doesn't even have a door, so a lock seems pretty useless.

    We have menacing looking gras though, so I hope that'll keep the burglars away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andres View Post
    Apparently, burglars are now aiming for garden houses in our town. The police advices citizens to put a decent lock on your garden house. Our ancient garden house doesn't even have a door, so a lock seems pretty useless.

    We have menacing looking gras though, so I hope that'll keep the burglars away.
    Well, hopefully the police will quickly restore lawn and order!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andres View Post
    Apparently, burglars are now aiming for garden houses in our town. The police advices citizens to put a decent lock on your garden house. Our ancient garden house doesn't even have a door, so a lock seems pretty useless.

    We have menacing looking gras though, so I hope that'll keep the burglars away.
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    How much #SWAG could a #YOLOSWAG #YOLO if a #YOLOSWAG could #YOLO #SWAG?
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    I recall watching a local-news broadcast about something or other that was related to milk costing as much as $4 a gallon. That was a decade ago.

    AFAIK, most of the milk sold in my area costs $4 a gallon today.

    Is that a good thing?

    What are other Orgahs paying for (a gallon of) milk?
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    80 eurocents for a liter
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    Usually about 99p for 2 litres, I guess about £2.50 for a gallon = US$ 3.77.

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    $3.59 for a gallon.
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    Isn't a gallon of milk a bit unwieldy? 3 litre cartons are large enough and a gallon is 50% bigger.

    edit: Just checked, a US gallon is smaller than a British gallon. Still nearly 4 litres though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnhughthom View Post
    Isn't a gallon of milk a bit unwieldy? 3 litre cartons are large enough and a gallon is 50% bigger.

    edit: Just checked, a US gallon is smaller than a British gallon. Still nearly 4 litres though.
    lol, depends if you drink a lot of milk or not. I buy 6 gallons at a time, and carry 3 in each hand. (because pride will not allow me to make two trips like my girlfriend).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vuk View Post
    lol, depends if you drink a lot of milk or not. I buy 6 gallons at a time, and carry 3 in each hand. (because pride will not allow me to make two trips like my girlfriend).
    The bear-jew!

    One liter max a day, too much milk isn't very good for you
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    The bear-jew!
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    One liter max a day, too much milk isn't very good for you
    Nonesense. I have been drinking almost nothing but milk since I was just a small child and look what great health I am in...wait...
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    The bear-jew is a character from Inglorious Bastards don't worry
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fragony View Post
    The bear-jew is a character from Inglorious Bastards don't worry
    That was one weird movie.


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    heh, the Dutch are just like people in Fort Collins: they steal bikes, and buy them from stoners when theirs are stolen....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ibrahim View Post
    heh, the Dutch are just like people in Fort Collins: they steal bikes, and buy them from stoners when theirs are stolen....
    It's quite the same over here. It's like bikes are a bit of general property. You take one use it drop it, someone else takes it drops it. If yours is taken you take someone else and so on. It's almost communism on small scale.

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    why can't I just start work already?!

    what does auto insurance have to do with staring at rocks?! GAH!!!!


    yeah, I'm getting exasperated by all the paperwork. this is more depressing than unemployment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moros View Post
    It's quite the same over here. It's like bikes are a bit of general property. You take one use it drop it, someone else takes it drops it. If yours is taken you take someone else and so on. It's almost communism on small scale.
    I sense an untapped market for bicycle locks and chains.
    Now if I can only find the capital to setup, I'll be a millionaire in no time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rajpoot View Post
    I sense an untapped market for bicycle locks and chains.
    Now if I can only find the capital to setup, I'll be a millionaire in no time.
    The lock is more expensive than the bike ;) An expensive lock might prevent theft but your bike will be vandalised. As Moros rightly says, bycicles are regarded as common property. Nobody will get overly angry if it gets snatched. Rules of chivalry is that you only steal the ones that are already falling apart, it's not seen as a crime. Grand Theft Bycicle ;)
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    Open a "hardware" store and sell bolt-cutters as well. You'll be a one stop shop :)
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    I just wrote 24 headlines for the same dang article, and still they aren't happy. Here's the thing: Good writing of any sort depends on specifics.

    If I write, "Lemur Bad," there's no impact, no resonance, nothing. "Bad" lacks the specifics.

    If I write, "Lemur Known Goat Molester," suddenly you have an image to work with, and the whole thing makes sense.

    Anyway. These idiots want a headline that says everything, hence their inability to settle on a single message. I keep pushing back at them, but this is going to be a long day.
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    We are going to see if we can play Fur Elize using airguns on plasticbottles, it's possible depending on how much water is in them.
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    If nicotine gum is for smoking addicts who want to quit, are menthol cigarettes made for people who want to stop chewing gum?

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    I am going to make an airport out of my appartment, I got a drone. Ok it's just a tiny helicopter but it's still cool
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    What if consciousness turns upon information lacked, rather than information had?
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    What if consciousness turns upon information lacked, rather than information had?
    Don't you ever think about titties or something more basic?
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