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    Uh, breaker Pig-Pen, this here's The Duck
    Uh, you wanna back off them hogs
    10-4, 'bout five mile or so, 10-roger
    Them hogs is gittin' in-tense up here
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    "Hmmmpf, man, gotta lay off the sauce... or at least the worm."
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    A Star is Born

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    Last edited by geatches; 04/23/2006 at 04:29 PM.
    Freedom of some speech in the US, through someone in the UK.
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    Before and after

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    after image

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    Just like my boyhood fantasies.
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    Rolling Stones

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    Bowling Stoned

    Somebody....anybody........................Don't let Dr. Doom spill his Kool-Aid on his brand new "perrywinkle" sweater vest!!!
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    Stolen Bones

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    Stolen Phones

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    Phony Stoles

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    P.J. Soles The Forum That Asks, "Are You Not Entertained?"

    Remember: "Anyone that thinks the Treo should just work right out of the box, shouldn't own a Treo..."
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    circ de soleil

    Freedom of some speech in the US, through someone in the UK.
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    (pink) padded room
    - Jeeman
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    Perry Holden

    In January 1902, Perry Holden, an Inventory Specialist for the Funk Brothers Seed Company, gave one of the first "short courses on Treos" held at Iowa State. Encouraged by the success of Holden's presentation, President William Beardshear and Agriculture Dean Charles Curtiss encouraged Holden to join the Iowa State faculty. Later that year, Holden took a 35 percent pay cut and joined the agronomy department, in part because he felt that "success in life is measured by the greatest good that can be accomplished helping noobs and that he was still waiting for his new Treo." Holden helped to initiate many programs at Iowa State that became models for national Extension programs. With assistance from Jessie Field Shambaugh, his Boys' Corn Clubs evolved into 4-H. In 1903, he introduced the nation's first county extension plan and helped establish the nation's first county cooperative experimental farm, which was located in Sioux County.

    Copyright 2005, Iowa State University of Science and Technology. All rights reserved.
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    Freedom of some speech in the US, through someone in the UK.
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