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  • 3 years ago · #1281

    theoreticalboy

  • 3 years ago · #1282

    nameno1had

    For you flags....your mouth looks dry

  • 3 years ago · #1283

    nameno1had

    netzach wrote:
    chesspooljuly13 wrote

    Didn't think someone with a 137 IQ would need this explained to them but water costs money, sleep normally requires a mattress or couch and women aren't likely to marry someone who lacks the basic necessities of life.

    Clear now?

    Your actually totally wrong there. Where I live water comes from a private-spring (enough to supply entire farm) & I do not pay a nickel or dime for it.

    Additonally I do not pay to sleep, nor do I buy wives...

     I'm growing tired of educating you.

    Do you think maybe the fact that your property has a private spring for water increased its sales/rental price? Do ya think maybe the fact that you are able to sleep in a home increased its sales/rental price? Do ya think if you lacked shelter, food, water, etc., etc. that you would find a wife?

    Are you sure you have a 137 IQ as you claimed? I think you added a digit somewhere lol

    Clear now ?

    No am afraid not. Very unclear..

    The articulate & eloquent nature of your writing is beyond my comprehension I guess.

    I never claimed to have an IQ that low...

  • 3 years ago · #1284

    theoreticalboy

  • 3 years ago · #1285

    netzach

  • 3 years ago · #1286

    TheGrobe

    For all this talk of the universal utility of money, it's amazing that these two can't buy a clue between them.

  • 3 years ago · #1287

    ilikeflags

    i feel like nemo is trying to have sex with me.  earlier he said he likes to give it to me and now he's talking about putting phalic objects in my mouth.  i wish he wasn't such a moron, i could feel flattered.

  • 3 years ago · #1288

    theoreticalboy

    TheGrobe wrote:

    For all this talk of the universal utility of money, it's amazing that these two can't buy a clue between them.

    The recent trajectory of Western society would seem to suggest clues are too expensive for the general population to afford even one.

  • 3 years ago · #1289

    nameno1had

    I'd be flatter flags but I'm not a homosexual. I know a few guys here who are too poor to pay attention to sound reasoning. The Hippo and I aren't who I was referring to...

  • 3 years ago · #1290

    netzach

    Economies are real bad currently. They could aim for 1/4 clue & set attainable target ?

  • 3 years ago · #1291

    netzach

    hmm double-acts, comedians etc, preaching to the world with nonsense.

  • 3 years ago · #1292

    ilikeflags

    nameno1had wrote:

    I'd be flatter flags but I'm not a homosexual. I know a few guys here who are too poor to pay attention to sound reasoning. The Hippo and I aren't who I was referring to...

    there's no reason for you to feel flattered.  you're the one who made the innuendos.  but ok.

  • 3 years ago · #1293

    TheGrobe

    theoreticalboy wrote:
    TheGrobe wrote:

    For all this talk of the universal utility of money, it's amazing that these two can't buy a clue between them.

    The recent trajectory of Western society would seem to suggest clues are too expensive for the general population to afford even one.

    Yet here we are just giving them out freely.

  • 3 years ago · #1294

    theoreticalboy

    netzach wrote:

    Economies are real bad currently. They could aim for 1/4 clue & set attainable target ?

    I think we need a pretty gargantuan clue stimulus; economies will never recover whilst the population remains so stupefied.

  • 3 years ago · #1295

    netzach

    theoreticalboy wrote:
    netzach wrote:

    Economies are real bad currently. They could aim for 1/4 clue & set attainable target ?

    I think we need a pretty gargantuan clue stimulus; economies will never recover whilst the population remains so stupefied.

    True & lifting those segements of the population from stupefaction will be a challenge.

    Nemo could set a good example & educate us all on the characteristics of eddy currents.

  • 3 years ago · #1296

    zborg

    theoreticalboy wrote:
    TheGrobe wrote:

    For all this talk of the universal utility of money, it's amazing that these two can't buy a clue between them.  [+10 or more]

    The recent trajectory of Western society would seem to suggest clues are too expensive for the general population to afford even one.

    With citation to @Flags.  It's time to call out the big guns.  Laughing

    Where's clifton when you need him?

  • 3 years ago · #1297

    PLAVIN81

    BOBY FISCHER===NEVER DEFEATEDSmile

  • 3 years ago · #1298

    zborg

    You really have to do something about those caps.  Laughing

    Are all your teeth capped, or something?

  • 3 years ago · #1299

    nameno1had

    ilikeflags wrote:
    nameno1had wrote:

    I'd be flatter flags but I'm not a homosexual. I know a few guys here who are too poor to pay attention to sound reasoning. The Hippo and I aren't who I was referring to...

    there's no reason for you to feel flattered.  you're the one who made the innuendos.  but ok.

    I was actually thinking of two different famous sayings related to offereing someone a coke...The first which I am utterly dissapointed I can't find anywhere, probably due to copyright laws, has a young man get schooled by an old man carrying his groceries in a little BBall. THe old man tells the kids at the end...have a coke your mouth looks dry

    ...Another one is the Eddy Murphy stand up lines where he is referring to Bill Cosby's clean "have a coke and smile " routine and Eddy was saying..."have a coke smile and shut the f_@K up"....

    I thought you'd get the point, but it went way over your head as usual...

  • 3 years ago · #1300

    netzach

    PLAVIN79 wrote:

    BOBY FISCHER===NEVER DEFEATED

    C'mon Plavin ! Been ages now. Lower-case man !! Smile

    ( of course he was defeated :)


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