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Old 06-29-2012, 11:53 AM   #41
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Oooo, great idea! The New Testament ON weather-proof playing cards w/a fresnel magnifying glass card in the deck too!!! I own that now -- don't steal it!


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Old 06-30-2012, 01:47 AM   #42
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My Ipod, which I do have a solar charger for.

My survival thumb drives with my personal docs on it

Thats about it, other than my BOB. If you're moving on your feet, every ounch adds up


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Oooo, great idea! The New Testament ON weather-proof playing cards w/a fresnel magnifying glass card in the deck too!!! I own that now -- don't steal it!
I like the way you think! Multi purpose and weight saving!
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Cards, bottle of liquor, pack of smokes. And maybe one other thing... Hehe
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The complete works of William Shakespeare.
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Rand, I tried that. It is over-rated. Frankly I don't get what people see in Shakespeare: there are so many cliches.
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Rand, I tried that. It is over-rated. Frankly I don't get what people see in Shakespeare: there are so many cliches.
I don't get it either. I enjoy the stories that his plays tell, and have read several of them multiple times, but really? I don't find him to be any greater than some of our modern authors.
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Two sex starved 19 year old blond females and a case of cheap whisky
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You'd be amazed what a couple of shots of whiskey will do to a perfectly decent girl... Not that I would know... I'm not sure if I count as perfectly decent either but I am pretty sweet... I ended up in a truck in Texas, don't think I slept with him though...
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Well...lets find out just how decent (or indecent) you really are!


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