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post #1081 of 1115
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post
 

 

Let's go with "you're late and need sleep." It's a logic problem, not how it would work in the real world.

 

My wife sometimes asks me if I want "peas or corn" and I often answer "yes" when I want one or the other because, logically, TRUE || FALSE is the same as FALSE || TRUE. Then she asks me if I want "peas xor corn." :)


I understood "the logic" just fine. It's just funny when it collides with the real world with endless scenarios.

 

(BTW my dad always told me to say yes when my mom asked if I wanted milk or tea).

 

Well my laptop keyboard has evidently blown up and I'm having to type this with the on-screen keyboard. Too tedious me. :-(

post #1082 of 1115
How have I missed this thread ask this time? "Your" in place of "you're", a lot of the time from otherwise intelligent people, is one of my biggest pet peeves.

That being said, I do fall victim of Swype at times.
post #1083 of 1115

The times we live in - female actress photo leaks

post #1084 of 1115
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Originally Posted by Shorty View Post
 

The times we live in - female actress photo leaks

 

I thought they were male actresses...

post #1085 of 1115
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Originally Posted by Shorty View Post
 

The times we live in - female actress photo leaks

 

The times we live in - female actress photo leaks

There, I fixed it. :-D In my defense, it could be a transvestite/transgender/transsexual actress. :-)

 

It was a very unique opportunity for a mistake. :-P

post #1086 of 1115

Damn auto correct

 

post #1087 of 1115
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Originally Posted by mvmac View Post
 

Damn auto correct

 

 

That's a funny one.

post #1088 of 1115

Sorry Matt...

 

http://thesandtrap.com/products/volvik-vista-is-golf-balls-orange/reviews/4973

 

"The Vista iS comes in two colors, orange the the more common yellow. I received a sleeve of the orange ball to review."

 

"When you add a ceramic base material, you are going to had hardness"

 

"On partial wedge shots, the same is conclusions I get off the the approach shots"

 

I could have quoted a couple more sentences, but they were nitpicky ones. That's for the comment on Jeremie and I dunking balls at Kittyhawk. :-P 

post #1089 of 1115
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Originally Posted by Slice of Life View Post
 

Sorry Matt...

 

http://thesandtrap.com/products/volvik-vista-is-golf-balls-orange/reviews/4973

 

"The Vista iS comes in two colors, orange the the more common yellow. I received a sleeve of the orange ball to review."

 

"When you add a ceramic base material, you are going to had hardness"

 

"On partial wedge shots, the same is conclusions I get off the the approach shots"

 

I could have quoted a couple more sentences, but they were nitpicky ones. That's for the comment on Jeremie and I dunking balls at Kittyhawk. :-P 


Ha! That'll teach him. :-)

post #1090 of 1115

The fan should of ran next to the hole lol then take a drop

 

 

Should have run, if you don't mind.

post #1091 of 1115

apologies if any of these has already been said, but there are a few things that i always pick up on if someone is talking...

 

This one isnt a racist thing... arks or arcs, instead of ask. Really? It might only be an English thing though.

 

A pacific question...

 

I personally think...

 

I use to...

 

Double negatives are frequently used i find.

 

I ain't done nothing...

post #1092 of 1115
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Originally Posted by rebelrob View Post
 

This one isnt a racist thing... arks or arcs, instead of ask. Really? It might only be an English thing though.

 

 

 

I don't really think there was any reason to point out it wasn't racist.  That kinda defeats the purpose :-)

 

Anyway, I do believe that is an English thing.  In America it would be "axe".  Can I axe you a question?  Probably has to do with the difference in accents and enunciation.

post #1093 of 1115
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Originally Posted by Abu3baid View Post

I agree not everyone strokes everyone the same way and they don't see the same things and that is why they shouldn't rely just on what they see.. I don't really think the grain has that much impact on putting.
post #1094 of 1115

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Originally Posted by Abu3baid View Post

I agree not everyone strokes everyone the same way and they don't see the same things and that is why they shouldn't rely just on what they see.. I don't really think the grain has that much impact on putting.

 

:bugout:

 

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Originally Posted by smellysell View Post

 

 

          :doh:

 

You are good!!  I can't help but laugh at my self!

post #1095 of 1115
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Originally Posted by rebelrob View Post
 

apologies if any of >>these has already been said,<< but there are a few things >>that i<< always pick up on if someone is talking...

 

 

(preemptive apologies for my inability to properly embolden the quote in question, and for reading this thread from newest to oldest) 

 

Busted! :dance: 

post #1096 of 1115
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Originally Posted by phan52 View Post
 

I just saw a picture on TV of a guy in front of the White House in a Haz Mat suit with a sign stating, "Stop the flights!" There haven't been any direct flights from West Africa in quite a while. I thought the issue was restricting travel.

 

Lot's of stupid people out there trying to increase the fear level.

 

NT

post #1097 of 1115

Trophys?

post #1098 of 1115
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Originally Posted by boogielicious View Post
 

I like the flashlight, string, swiss ball and driveway reflectors.  The toothpaste is a total waist of money.  That stuff is expensive.

 

You don't want to waist your money. Unless you have a fanny pack or those belt money holder thingies used by travelers. :)

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