Rockefeller - Great choice! One of my favorite of that song...
Start your morning with some coffee...black of course...
Might make ya feel sorta...
but be careful...or you might get...
its FRIDAY ...!
"Pardon him, Theodotus; he is a barbarian and thinks that the customs of his tribe and island are the laws of nature" --- "Caesar and Cleopatra"...G.B. Shaw ----- Kid Rock - Born Free ----- "The big sisters are usually hot, but the dads smell of alcohol and tobacco....and have dirty feet with dead toe nails in blue slippers. "...Bob_Honest on "The Culture" ------ Play stupid games, win stupid prizes ------ Isaiah 40:31
You can live here and have a great life and not be the least bit into living the local life. Clowns will try to diss you for it saying you gotta get down with the program, but fuck em, treat this place like a buffet and yous be on a diet. Take what you want and nothing extra, slam those oysters, but leave the bread sticks and dinner rolls behind. - Deuce Dropper
I'm much more of a nasty rotter in real life, especially with vapid or vacuous verbiage from the ill read & intellectually challenged. - TheGingerMan
Don't be a cheap cunt. - Deuce Dropper
People are stupid everywhere, but there's something childlike and adorable about Taiwanese stupidity. - rowland
Artist: Hanni El Khatib Album: Will The Guns Come Out Track: Build.Destroy.Rebuild.
"It is a privilege to be the stand-in for Spencer Tracy. Tracy is a fine actor, but he is most important because he understands why it is necessary to take orders from the front office." Louis B. Mayer, 1938 Academy Awards ceremony
"Why do you not sit on my lap when we talk contracts, like my other stars do?" Louis B. Mayer to Luise Rainer, 1937
"His hand always touched my right tit whenever he said the word 'daughter'." Joan Crawford, regarding Louis B. Mayer, 1938
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