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  • What song do you want played at your funeral?: Beethoven Symphony No. 9, 3rd movement
  • Why are people so afraid to learn the truth about building 7?: because they are sheep. I mean, sheeple.
  • What's your biggest grammatical pet peeve?: fucking around with apostrophe's / not knowing the difference between too words that sound the same
  • Where's your hairiest square inch?: beard
  • What keeps you up at night?: having to get up in the morning

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in the past few hours this guy I know in Spokane commented on Records Show Officer Cynthia Whitlatch Believes She Was Investigated Because of Her Race.
Madame Vel-DuRay FTW yet again.

The cluelessness is strong with this one (Cindy, not Catalina). If she ran for president and lost, she'd be like "y'all only voted against me because I'm white."
9:07 PM yesterday this guy I know in Spokane commented on A Rally of Loners: (Ayn) Rand Paul at Town Hall.
The sweater looks super comfy except for the words on the back. Hopefully they are just construction-paper cutouts or made of masking tape so the sweater can resume its normal job of being warm & comfortable before too much longer.
Aug 24 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: A Married Woman.
Just wait until she finds out he's been masturbating to porn all this time.
Aug 24 this guy I know in Spokane commented on How Am I Supposed to Eat This Sandwich?.
@6 - I'm guessing they call it a sandwich because it has bread (or "bread") as an ingredient; but it looks kind of like calling biscuits & gravy a "sandwich." That said, it looks delicious --- as a knife-and-fork meal.
Aug 24 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Ashley Madison Hack: All Fun and Puritanical Games Until Somebody Gets Dead.
@2 - someone could be *this* close to suicide in the first place, i.e. not mentally healthy or stable, and possibly either (a) the prospect of humiliation or (b) removal of the one thing that was keeping them sane, or some combination thereof, could make the whole staying-alive thing just too much hassle.
Aug 21 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Drunk of the Week: You Got Time to Lean, You Got Time to Clean!.
I wear whatever I happen to have on when the sheer level of filthiness of my house finally gets to me. Sadly, that usually means boring old regular clothes.
Aug 21 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: The Big Reveal.
@12 - Your MOM's a fake.
Aug 20 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: The Big Reveal.
@1 - unless this is his way of gently beginning to break the news. "Remember how I said it was just for flirting? Well... I've actually been sucking 5 or 6 anonymous cocks in the Sears men's room on my lunch hour every Wednesday for the last 2 years. Just thought I should let you know, in the name of open, honest communication."
Aug 18 this guy I know in Spokane commented on This Is What a Reading Party In Scotland Looks Like.
The people at the front of the Seattle picture --- particularly the brown-haired woman in black with the black paperback --- look a little annoyed that someone is taking their picture (with a flash, it looks like, which probably means they've already had the flashing light in their eyes for a couple seconds already). Other than that, everybody looks to me like they're reading.

The Scottish picture looks like a couple of women talking while everyone around them is trying to read. (Maybe I'm just biased because of repeated experiences with "treadmill ladies" at the gym)
Aug 15 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Adorable Little Girl Greets the Queen Elizabeth II.
@12 - or maybe they thought the lady in the blue coat was an ocean liner.
 

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