>> >Anyway, aliases are more common on the Internet than real names. Deal with >> >it.
>> Actually, aliases generally cut down on a lot of bs, because >> criticism is less likely to be taken personally and discussions >> tend to stay more on the subject. >> I've tried to tell 'em, but nooooobody listens.
>You're pathetic attempt at rationalizing your cowardice is the reason >why noooooobody listens to you. Now scamper over to your Thesaurus, >big boy, and look up some new archaic wording to dash off another one >of your bloated responses.
Tommy Hearns? That you?
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Even tho' I gathered it was a bit of a joke from Harb, I already sent him the proper link, anyway ( http://www.ozemail.com.au/~madstove2 ) He's my new BF, you know. See my priddy collar? I already know, 'beg, roll-over and blow me.'
> I took one look at the pic and thought of an exiled Nazi woman.
Ehhh, ya got me! You got me good! Dammit, I was trying to hide my devious past, being that I'm a Nazi war criminal. If you can find some genuine pix of Belsen, you might see me in the background doing the bunny ears fingers thing behind the most vulnerable POWs (I used to pick on #3456000 something shocking!) Frau Kunte they used to call me.
I'm pretty angry with the Int'l Movie Database IMDB, tho' - they didn't list any of my credits for the stuff I was cast in purely due to the way I look. (Check out 'More Gold Teeth From Emile' - I'm not on it which is just... bullshit, ya know?)
Eh, casting directors, ey? Can't live with 'em; can't bury 'em in hard dirt. Tsk.