A short rant on my soon to be former employers

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Re: A short rant on my soon to be former employers

Postby Buttercup » 28 Sep 2009, 17:29

zender wrote:Get the high ground, girl. In a water balloon fight, you want to look down on the target. Once they're beneath you, let loose.

Banks are usually designed to make it difficult for a water balloon attack to succeed.

Oh, yeah, . . . make sure the bank guards are on your side.


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