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      it's beginning to look slightly damp


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      Outside in the cold distance, a wildcat did growl.

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      Old age plus dementia has the advantage that you can accidentally pee in your pants and then forget about it.


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      Yesterday I was at a benefit concert for storm victims put on by a local singing group. Whilst in the midst of said concert, I happened to notice the way people clap. I noticed that most people (myself included) seemed to clap right in front of their own faces and I wondered why. I made my own conscious effort to move my hands lower down, but I couldn't help but wonder if clapping in front of one's own face was a way to allow the performers to see that the audience members really were clapping thereby proving that they were enjoying the concert. As though the mere sound of the clapping wasn't enough.


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      Love at first sight doesn't exist.

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      Waiting on the plumber.  Wonder when they'll get here...


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      "The majority of Americans live between the coasts."

      Really? They don't live in the sea?


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      Do you know what would be REALLY cool?!   If I had something exciting to write for my status, but I don't.     :P


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      When you realize that nothing in life matters, you've got three choices. End it all, rebel, or make the most of it.


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      Manfred von Dreidecker

      "But before he could reveal the truth he is brutally murdered". As opposed to? Murdered quite gently and considerately? 


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