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Wednesday, July 07, 2004

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Corey

And I thought they were bad with the commericals for MISOHORNY or whatever. (Actually Mesotheloma (pronounced me-so-theee-lee-omah)).

Also, "perils and pitfalls of purchasing problematically pummeling pistons" made me spit water. Thanks for getting my desk wet.

schmeg

I would be angry, but I'm still pissing myself...

schmed

Angry? Why - you a tourney or just miss out on your widest potential recovery?

And clean up y'all's messes - this is a respectable site and I don't need that funkitation on my floor.

rockynoggin

schmed, you should just ignore those like you ignore my emails

schmeg

Angry, why? - I detest ambulance chasers - like the one that the bedwetters want to put in the WH and like the ones that sent you the letter.
Sorry for the mess, but you have to admit that,
"perils and pitfalls of purchasing problematically pummeling pistons" is pretty damn funny. So it's your fault for the mess.
Seriously, you do point out a serous flaw with our legal system. Keep up the good work.

GrumpyBunny

I am so sick of those commercials. I think there ought to be a law limiting all commercials to 15 seconds.

I'll have to post a letter Hubster received...

schmed

Whatabout the TV commercial for hiring Ronnie-Lynne Butch to negotiate your back taxes with the Eye-Arra-Ess?

"She settled my back taxes to only TWENTY DOLLARS!" (...for only $4,735.43 plus S&H, court costs and time served) "...TWENTY DOLLARS!"

Where's the phone?

dave frey

Heh. Isn't comment spam SWELL???

Does typepad offer a way to shut comments off after X days? I've got my site set to shut off comments after 5 days. I figger most convos are over by then, and it gives the trolls and spambots a lot less targets.

schmed

Typepad has some gnomes that scrub most spamments out without operator intervention - the ones you saw (that I dint) for a zample.

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