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When we were born god gave us a gift, it was a shirt, more specifically it was the sweater of innocence. Whenever we put it on we felt warm, comfortable, and truly happy. But then one day we outgrew our shirt, it no longer fit. So we exchanged it for a voucher that gave us one free cup of decaffeinated life. Well I said screw that and went to metaphor mart to buy another sweater, but none of them were in my size. It was at that point that I decided I would use magic to knit myself a new sweater and at the same time try to knit sweaters for every person I meet, in an effort to make them feel as warm as we all once had.
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On 2002-07-16 23:32, Donnie wrote:
So we exchanged it for a voucher that gave us one free cup of decaffeinated life

Nobody told me there was decaf available. I'm sure I would be a much more mellow person had I only known.

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Your metaphors are very deep and all, but I'm sorry to say they're over my head sometimes. I'm trying to find some spiffy clothes that look magical, though.
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I tend to run around naked...

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Smile Smile Smile Phil, you never told me you were a nudist Buddhist. Smile Smile
At least wear a cloak of enlightenment.

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It seems to me that it is inevitable that we should outgrow our sweaters of innocence. I applaude you for your attempts to clothe those in need. Remember however, that a good many people are plenty warm in their jackets of ignorance, and may become offended at the suggestion of a wardrobe change.

Allthough I must admit a good Smile can warm you quite nicely sometimes
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I consider myself a relatively intelligent man, but...

What the heck are you talking about?

It is at times such as this I feel compelled to exclaim, "Emperor Donnie has no clothes!"
"Love God, laugh more, spend more time with the ones you love, play with children, do good to those in need, and eat more ice cream. There is more to life than magic tricks." - Scott F. Guinn
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Nice metaphor Donnie, just be careful not to leave any pins in the sweaters.
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<BR>Mid way this way of life we're bound upon, I woke to find myself in a dark wood, where the right road was wholly lost and gone.
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Donnie, i take it you like Paul Harris?? Anyway I liked your metaphor, but br carful what you sort of sweaters you knit people. I have found people I work with sitting with spoon's in their hands staring at them. Actually come to think of it I found that was amusing, should have video taped it. Smile
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Like a New York hipster once said to me...

"Always dress like you are going somewhere better afterwards."

Those sound words of advice were given to me by a man who certainly doesn't take them.
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On 2002-07-31 16:47, Wand man wrote:
Like a New York hipster once said to me...

"Always dress like you are going somewhere better afterwards."

My word, Wand man!
You must have met exactly the same "New York hipster" that Jeff McBride met.

What a coincidence...

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You either were raised by Hippies or you are one. You are either a baby boomer or you were raised by one.

OK, OK, thats all the mentalism I can do. My head hurts.

Dolini Smile
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