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01-Apr-2006, 05:04 PM #1
Ridiculous Item of the Day #3
This is a continuation of the thread here!
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Candy: I requested it be closed as it was Techbot's at the time!

By the way....I know before we were closing/reopening at 1000 posts....then I read 5000....is there a certain post # to close at now? I was thinking 1000 or 2000 was a good number! I was just trying to be angelbot!
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01-Apr-2006, 05:53 PM #3
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Ang is playing with fire!
Nah....someone has to work in place of Techbot...and my price is right...free!!
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01-Apr-2006, 05:53 PM #4
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Candy: I requested it be closed as it was Techbot's at the time!

By the way....I know before we were closing/reopening at 1000 posts....then I read 5000....is there a certain post # to close at now? I was thinking 1000 or 2000 was a good number! I was just trying to be angelbot!


You're asking me?

I just work here for free.

You'll have to check with Mike I think we/he or whomever have decided on 5000...but, my memory fades during the afternoon hours


















And STOP REPLYING to the other thread, you're confusing me
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01-Apr-2006, 05:54 PM #5
And besides...I didn't see Candy do this to me yet!!













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01-Apr-2006, 05:56 PM #6
I think this one is more your style
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Whip him all you want...oh wait....isn't he already whipped enough!
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Have a nice weekend Candy and Baklava.....time to make dinner and
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03-Apr-2006, 07:59 AM #9
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And besides...I didn't see Candy do this to me yet!!













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04-Apr-2006, 05:05 PM #10
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An Indian movie director said he hopes to persuade
Paris Hilton to play the role of Nobel laureate and prospective Catholic Saint, Mother Teresa, in an upcoming film.


"Her features resemble Mother Teresa," director T. Rajeevnath told AFP from the southwestern coastal state of Kerala.

The filmmaker said Hilton is on his shortlist after a computer-generated image showed a close facial match between the hotel heiress and the Albanian-born nun.

Mother Teresa, who died in 1997, worked among the poor in the teeming slums of Kolkata, formerly Calcutta, with the Missionaries of Charity. She was beatified by
Pope John Paul in 2003, a significant step on the road to sainthood in the Catholic church.

"A meeting with Paris Hilton is scheduled for the end of April," Rajeevnath said.

The 54-year-old director is well-known in India for his Malayalam-language films, including "Janani" (Mother) -- the story of seven nuns who care for an abandoned baby, which won a national award.

Hilton's prior movie experience includes appearing in a home-made sex video made by a former boyfriend that appeared on the Internet, and parts in several Hollywood B-films.

The blond socialite, who is often the focus of US celebrity gossip columns, also starred in the US reality television show "The Simple Life".
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Talk about 2 sides of a coin
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04-Apr-2006, 06:18 PM #12
Yeah. Mother Hilton. Riiiiiiight.
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OUCH!!! And even worse for the man! (Kidding!)

Paperweight severs Calif. teacher's hand

The Associated Press

Tuesday, April 04, 2006 5:47 p.m. ET

VENTURA, Calif. (AP) -- A teacher who kept a 40 mm shell on his desk as a paperweight blew off part of his hand when he apparently used the object to try to squash a bug, authorities say.

The 5-inch-long shell exploded Monday while Robert Colla was teaching 20 to 25 students at an adult education class.

Part of Colla's right hand was severed and he suffered severe burns and minor shrapnel wounds to his forearms and torso, fire Capt. Tom Weinell said. No one else was injured. He was reported in stable condition at a hospital.

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Yikes.
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OUCH!!! And even worse for the man! (Kidding!)

Paperweight severs Calif. teacher's hand

The Associated Press

Tuesday, April 04, 2006 5:47 p.m. ET

VENTURA, Calif. (AP) -- A teacher who kept a 40 mm shell on his desk as a paperweight blew off part of his hand when he apparently used the object to try to squash a bug, authorities say.

The 5-inch-long shell exploded Monday while Robert Colla was teaching 20 to 25 students at an adult education class.

Part of Colla's right hand was severed and he suffered severe burns and minor shrapnel wounds to his forearms and torso, fire Capt. Tom Weinell said. No one else was injured. He was reported in stable condition at a hospital.

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