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Postby robochrist » Sun Oct 16, 2005 1:44 am

Frank,

Even though Harlan already dealt with your slowness on our little foray, I am compelled to declare you OFFICIALLY and by FAR the worst reader on this entire site. Invariably, you miss the core of a poster's intent. You rarely seem to get a handle on what had just been stated. I don't know if you are dyslexic or simply a lazy reader, but it's the biggest reason you get in trouble here. And it's what makes you seem dense.

Now get THIS straight: back when I hung out with Harlan - and for your information he had me to his house - he had a pale complexion; not just what I think of as a "normal" pale (hell, I have that myself because I'm indoors at the computer all the time), but the "unhealthy"-looking kind. I'm not going to sit there in silence when this is someone I care about. It's just that I'd forgotten that 3 years have past since I saw him last.

It's amazing what has to be spelled out for you sometimes.

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Postby Jon Stover » Sun Oct 16, 2005 2:10 am

You two really need to get to the hot man-love. It's cute, in an Andy Capp & Flo sort of way.

Cheers, Jon

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Postby robochrist » Sun Oct 16, 2005 1:49 pm

Jon,

I'm too busy rolling around in the mud baths with HARLAN. Frank isn't GOOD enough for me. I mean FIRST he's gotta learn how t'READ.

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Postby FrankChurch » Mon Oct 17, 2005 1:15 pm

Rob, I know you were corning with Harlan, and I DO read your postings. Remember, you take things way over the rainbow, as well.

And you all know that Todd is my manstuff. Hands off.

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Postby Steve Evil » Mon Oct 17, 2005 8:04 pm

The one gives the other meaning. It's heartwarming.

"Life's greatest gift is a friend. It's second greatest is an enemy."

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Postby robochrist » Tue Oct 18, 2005 12:01 am

Frank,

"and I DO read your postings."

Oooohhhh, I'm afraid life isn't going to be quite that ez for YOU. This ONE time you may well have read the post through. But, while we ALL have our moments in sloppy reading, history has definitely shown YOU to miss IT more often than anyone else here. So don't be gettin' holier dan dou wit' ME.

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Postby FrankChurch » Tue Oct 18, 2005 1:09 pm

I do read between the lines.

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Postby BrianSiano » Tue Oct 18, 2005 7:52 pm

robochrist wrote:Frank,

"and I DO read your postings."

Oooohhhh, I'm afraid life isn't going to be quite that ez for YOU. This ONE time you may well have read the post through. But, while we ALL have our moments in sloppy reading, history has definitely shown YOU to miss IT more often than anyone else here. So don't be gettin' holier dan dou wit' ME.


You know, it's almost cute when Robochrist gets all Authority and Morals and stuff.
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Postby robochrist » Wed Oct 19, 2005 10:39 am

Frank,

"I do read between the lines."

Yeah, yeah...'that's ALL you read'.

You suckered me into THAT one.


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