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    • RiaD on September 2, 2010 at 7:22 pm

    plz listen to one right after the other… it’s a set, y’see

    • Edger on September 2, 2010 at 7:32 pm



    Gimme Three Steps

  1. The more valueless your hand in regular poker, the more it is worth in inverse poker.

    • Edger on September 2, 2010 at 9:00 pm

    8.4 Million New Yorkers Suddenly Realize New York City A Horrible Place To Live

    ‘We’re Getting The Hell Out Of This Sewer,’ Entire Populace Reports

    NEW YORK-At 4:32 p.m. Tuesday, every single resident of New York City decided to evacuate the famed metropolis, having realizing it was nothing more than a massive, trash-ridden hellhole that slowly sucks the life out of every one of its inhabitants.

    With audible murmurs of “This is no way to live,” “What the hell am I doing here-I hate it here,” and “Fuck this place. Fuck this horrible place,” all 8.4 million citizens in each of the five boroughs packed up their belongings and told reporters they would rather blow their brains out with a shotgun than spend another waking moment in this festering cesspool of filth and scum and sadness.

    By 5:15 p.m. there was gridlock traffic on the outbound sides of the Holland and Lincoln tunnels, and the area’s three major airports were flooded with New Yorkers, all of whom said they wanted to go anyplace where the pressure of 20 million tons of concrete wasn’t constantly suffocating them.

    “I always had this perverted sense of pride because I was managing to scrape by here,” said Brooklyn resident Andrew McQuade, who, after watching two subway rats gnawing on a third bloody rat carcass, finally determined that New York City was a giant sprawling cancer. “Well, fuck that. I don’t need to pay $2,000 a month to share a doghouse-sized apartment with some random Craigslist dipshit to prove my worth. I want to live like a goddamn human being.”

    “You see this?” added McQuade, pointing at a real estate listing for a duplex in Hagerstown, MD. “Two bedrooms, two baths, a den-a fucking den-and a patio. Twelve hundred a month. That’s total, not per person.”

    [snip]

    “This is no place to raise a kid, that’s for sure,” said 32-year-old Brandon Rushing, a lifelong New Yorker. “I grew up here and I turned into a giant asshole. Why would I want that for my son?”

    [snip]

    By Tuesday night, New York was completely abandoned. At press time, however, some 10 million Los Angeles-area residents, tired of their self-centered, laid-back culture and lack of four distinct seasons, and yearning for the hustle and bustle of East Coast life, had already begun repopulating the city.

  2. especially if you’ve been following some of the (orange) nonsense. lol.

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