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on crowns :: Keith

The reason there are so few kings in the world is due largely in part to a crown’s inability to keep the rain off a man’s head; farmers and good ‘ol boys, however, are in great abundance.

    TAGS:  rain, abundance, kings, farmers, crowns, good old boys

kings :: Keith

In the face of overwhelming odds, remember this my friends -- the outcome of every battle was decided long before the first heated word was cast or the glimmer of the first-drawn blade shined down upon your enemy; fate waits for every man at the end of the day, you and me alike, so rush towards him with a glad heart and embrace, because here, in this place of death, he alone will be your own true friend; remember, it is kings who march us into battle, but fate who marches us out, every single one of us, both the living and the dead.

    TAGS:  death, friends, fate, battle, kings

In the county of the deaf…the one-eared man is king.

    TAGS:  kings, deafness

Walls :: Keith

Excuse me, but as king of this castle, it is my inherent right to be the designated tractor driver.

    TAGS:  castles, kings, tractors, inherent rights

“I’m sorry,” the genie told Henry, “but you can’t be a Jedi knight and a disco king at the same time; it just doesn’t work that way.”

    TAGS:  Henry, kings, disco, jedi, knight


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