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It was more of a suggestion.

Was possibly asked to rephrase.
I'm willing to bet that the first person to coin the phrase "The pen is mightier than the sword" never stood toe to toe with a savage wielding a machete.

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andkamen wrote:
He who questions training only trains himself at asking questions.

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MoonYu wrote:
All right now, I'm sorry about that. I just have a tendency to lose my concentration when I've got a salad fork stuck in my rear end.

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Upandatem wrote:
There's no reason we need to be shackled by the strictures of the employee-employer relationship. Unless you're into that sort of thing. In which case, I got some shackles in the back. I'm just kidding. But seriously, I've got 'em.

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bhavv wrote:
It is sometimes hard in times like these to understand God's way. Why would he allow nine innocent people to be run down in the prime of their lives by a senior citizen who, perhaps, shouldn't be driving? It is then that me must understand God's sense of humor is very different from our own. He does not laugh at the simple "man walks into a bar" joke. No, God needs complex irony and subtle farcical twists that seem macabre to you and me. All that we can hope for is that God got his good laugh, and a tragedy such as this will never happen again.

I'm willing to bet that the first person to coin the phrase "The pen is mightier than the sword" never stood toe to toe with a savage wielding a machete.

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I nearly pissed myself.
I'm willing to bet that the first person to coin the phrase "The pen is mightier than the sword" never stood toe to toe with a savage wielding a machete.