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Old 09-04-2012, 12:53 PM   #85
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I think they may teach you more than you teach them.

I am applying for the job as treasurer of Witch Hitch—I think you can sell shares to initial investors so long as there aren't more than 500 of them without that pesky SEC bothering us. We may have to pay our executives (especially the treasurer) a lot to secure experienced and powerful people such as me before we can get into production.

Jason as head of research (scientists don't get paid much because they do it for the love of discovery) can get you guys together to make the mock up. To relax, you can go to Cedaredge's one traffic light and watch it change—it features green, yellow and red and is just about the most exciting thing in town since the soda fountain closed down.

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I work for cheap but the rent on my barn will be high. And your office space in the hay loft will cost a little extra because of the view

The Soda Fountain is opening for Apple fest to clear inventory of antiques and John is thinking about opening the Soda fountain on weekends only during the summer...

Lots of places opening and closing on main street. Well it is only 2 blocks long...
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I won't need to rent the barn. I will be accepting payments for stock and paying the executives. I have no need to have anything to do with the fake production. Fake production can be very successful—look at how successful the fake news is on the Comedy Channel.

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Old 09-08-2012, 04:37 PM   #87
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Is a lime an unripe lemon, or is it it's own fruit???
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Old 09-08-2012, 05:22 PM   #88
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Usually an English immigrant.

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Old 09-08-2012, 05:28 PM   #89
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Usually an English immigrant, and sometimes considered bit fruity.

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Hey, I'm both!!!!!!!! The Brits were called limeys because the sucked on limes on the ships so they wouldn't get scurvy
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So I think the history lesson here might be --
The English came to America, some with Scurvy and some with Scurvy and Rickets. When they got to America, the "Mericans" , being poor spellers, (eg colour/color) mispelled the Rickets as Rivets. Thus the beginning of dreaded mental confusion state known as Aluminiumitis that there is no known cure for.
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Old 09-08-2012, 08:44 PM   #91
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Wait, what about the lime????
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Wait, what about the lime????
Well, onions also contain Vitamin C and will prevent scurvy, but limes taste better.
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Well, onions also contain Vitamin C and will prevent scurvy, but limes taste better.
If the Brits had decided to eat onions instead of limes, it could have changed history. At least a different nickname.
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Wait, what about the lime????
You put the lime in the coconut and shake them both up!
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You put the lime in the coconut and shake them both up!
Thart's close.

You put the lime in the coconut, you drink 'em bot'up,


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OK, is a lemon a ripe lime ??
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Why have bicycles not progressed to variable speed belt drive from the antique, cantankerous chain drive that is such a pain?
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Ok, saw this on FB and fell over laughing.. I always thought the stick figures or turtles or what ever on the back window to depict families was kind of silly, Kind of like the "baby on board" sign in the 80's
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