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Postby thirdhour » 5/9/2004, 4:02 pm

-dark movie theatre. Quiet. Everyone stares intently at the screen. Dramatic moment. Silence.-

yannic "YOU CAN'T BUY GUNS AT WAL-MART!!"


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Postby Penguin Josh » 5/9/2004, 5:42 pm

my wal-mart sells guns :wtf:
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Postby its4am_isanybodyhome » 5/9/2004, 7:17 pm

thirdhour wrote:-dark movie theatre. Quiet. Everyone stares intently at the screen. Dramatic moment. Silence.-

yannic "YOU CAN'T BUY GUNS AT WAL-MART!!"


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Postby xjsb125 » 5/9/2004, 8:04 pm

Depends on the stores location. Some stores that are located close to schools won't, and I'm pretty sure we stopped selling them in California altogether because the sales clerks there were effin idiots and just sold them to whoever. :uh:
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Postby Henrietta » 5/10/2004, 12:24 pm

Beautiful Raine has been replaced with the devil!


*runs away crying*
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Postby trentm32 » 5/10/2004, 3:02 pm

I kinda dig it...
"When looking up there, I just felt whole, like I belonged. Like one day I too would shine my most brilliant. Sitting there also made me think about sitting through services at my little country church back home. About that never-changing congregation of the same sixty-seven people and everyone has known you since before you were born. Now, out here in the real world, everything just seemed more vivid than when I used to sit in that little pew. That pew that was now so, so far away from where I was. I feared I had somehow left God behind there, too. I feared he was somehow just sitting there, saving my seat on the fifth pew from the front row, just waiting on me to come back. I left so quickly, I worried that he may not have noticed I was gone. And, now, I’m just too far away to find. So he’s just sitting there, patiently waiting on me to come back. I closed my eyes and prayed a moment. I hoped more than anything that he could still hear me." -an excerpt from my novella, A Sea of Fallen Leaves.

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Postby trentm32 » 5/10/2004, 3:03 pm

Ohh yeah, btw, I was kinda starting to wonder when the next big CM redesign was gonna take place (if ever)?
"When looking up there, I just felt whole, like I belonged. Like one day I too would shine my most brilliant. Sitting there also made me think about sitting through services at my little country church back home. About that never-changing congregation of the same sixty-seven people and everyone has known you since before you were born. Now, out here in the real world, everything just seemed more vivid than when I used to sit in that little pew. That pew that was now so, so far away from where I was. I feared I had somehow left God behind there, too. I feared he was somehow just sitting there, saving my seat on the fifth pew from the front row, just waiting on me to come back. I left so quickly, I worried that he may not have noticed I was gone. And, now, I’m just too far away to find. So he’s just sitting there, patiently waiting on me to come back. I closed my eyes and prayed a moment. I hoped more than anything that he could still hear me." -an excerpt from my novella, A Sea of Fallen Leaves.

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Postby Axtech » 5/10/2004, 3:03 pm

My guess would be some time closer to the new album. i.e. new theme, new promo pics, etc.
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Postby trentm32 » 5/10/2004, 3:15 pm

Ooooh, good thinkin'.

*bows to the all-knowing Robbo*
"When looking up there, I just felt whole, like I belonged. Like one day I too would shine my most brilliant. Sitting there also made me think about sitting through services at my little country church back home. About that never-changing congregation of the same sixty-seven people and everyone has known you since before you were born. Now, out here in the real world, everything just seemed more vivid than when I used to sit in that little pew. That pew that was now so, so far away from where I was. I feared I had somehow left God behind there, too. I feared he was somehow just sitting there, saving my seat on the fifth pew from the front row, just waiting on me to come back. I left so quickly, I worried that he may not have noticed I was gone. And, now, I’m just too far away to find. So he’s just sitting there, patiently waiting on me to come back. I closed my eyes and prayed a moment. I hoped more than anything that he could still hear me." -an excerpt from my novella, A Sea of Fallen Leaves.

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Postby Henrietta » 5/10/2004, 3:28 pm

He is a self certified genius.
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Postby Axtech » 5/10/2004, 3:29 pm

:thumbs:
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Postby xjsb125 » 5/10/2004, 3:54 pm

I believe that is the current plan. I think Al and Nikki are going to work together on it, but Al may do it all himself. The CM is his baby.
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Postby nikki4982 » 5/10/2004, 11:20 pm

I'll do whatever Al wants me to do.










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Postby trentm32 » 5/11/2004, 1:16 pm

8-)
"When looking up there, I just felt whole, like I belonged. Like one day I too would shine my most brilliant. Sitting there also made me think about sitting through services at my little country church back home. About that never-changing congregation of the same sixty-seven people and everyone has known you since before you were born. Now, out here in the real world, everything just seemed more vivid than when I used to sit in that little pew. That pew that was now so, so far away from where I was. I feared I had somehow left God behind there, too. I feared he was somehow just sitting there, saving my seat on the fifth pew from the front row, just waiting on me to come back. I left so quickly, I worried that he may not have noticed I was gone. And, now, I’m just too far away to find. So he’s just sitting there, patiently waiting on me to come back. I closed my eyes and prayed a moment. I hoped more than anything that he could still hear me." -an excerpt from my novella, A Sea of Fallen Leaves.

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