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• The above sentence may be the only sentence on this site that is 100% true.



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mistaken identity :: steve :: 2
    TAGS: Klingon, sunburn

There is no reason to stare at me, sir, because I am not a Klingon—my forehead is merely peeling from sunburn.
July 8, 2005 at 5:27 AM
Keith's avatar

Ironically, this is the perfect one-year sentence to appear just as I’m playing around with the new jukebox. 

Choose Jacob Borshard, then the album, Songs For A Small Stereo, and then click on the song, The Ship Is Real.

Keith on 07/08/06 at 04:48 AM
boot's avatar

I got it to work on Linux without even a blip. 

bip-yeow! bip-yeow!

boot on 07/08/06 at 05:38 AM



     


 

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