Actually Yoyo, I served four years active duty for the Navy, but please, tell me more about my service.
"Army of One" was supposed to be a slogan about how an army is only as strong as its weakest link, but it was wildly misinterpreted, which is why it was scrapped after less than five years.
And Diatribean, who wonders "I wonder if he reads the wider world wide web, though?" if "the wider world wide web" is Salon or Slate, then the answer is no, I don't read it.
Sorry about the bad PDF link earlier. The one at the end of the post should work now. Fair warning: it's long and pretty hefty.
penalty point to Gupta, because the adjective "drunk" typically only follows a verb ("Randy was drunk"), while "drunken" typically precedes a noun ("The drunken monster ate my Cheetos").
"Abba" was an honorific given to the Kings of Jimma in what is now Ethiopia. The Jimma kings were...SUNNI MUSLIMS.
You know who loved that particular piece of the Bible? Lenin. Dude couldn't stop quoting it. He used it in "State and The Revolution." Hell, it's in the Soviet Constitution. You can look it up, right there in Article XII.
"In the USSR work is a duty and a matter of honor for every able-bodied citizen, in accordance with the principle: 'He who does not work, neither shall he eat.'"
A fizzy drink with hot chicken? Sheesh, n00b. And Sinclair, Nancy and Eric didn't warn you about that dangerous faux pas? Some friends they are.
Repealer is boring. I'm calling this guy the Lord High Cancellor.
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