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April 11th, 2007
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short right arm
April 11th, 2007
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Kurt Vonnegut, the satirical novelist who captured the absurdity of war and questioned the advances of science in darkly humorous works such as "Slaughterhouse-Five" and "Cat's Cradle," died Wednesday. He was 84. Vonnegut, who often marveled that he had lived so long despite his lifelong smoking habit, had suffered brain injuries after a fall at his Manhattan home weeks ago, said his wife, photographer Jill Krementz.
April 12th, 2007
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Your gonna make me cry.
April 12th, 2007
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His son works at my school as an English teacher, hes sort of weird, looks at the ceiling as he talks.
April 11th, 2007
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The author of at least 19 novels, many of them best-sellers, as well as dozens of short stories, essays and plays, Vonnegut relished the role of a social critic. He lectured regularly, exhorting audiences to think for themselves and delighting in barbed commentary against the institutions he felt were dehumanizing people.
April 11th, 2007
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so it goes.
April 11th, 2007
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"I will say anything to be funny, often in the most horrible situations," Vonnegut, whose watery, heavy-lidded eyes and unruly hair made him seem to be in existential pain, once told a gathering of psychiatrists.
April 11th, 2007
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A self-described religious skeptic and freethinking humanist, Vonnegut used protagonists such as Billy Pilgrim and Eliot Rosewater as transparent vehicles for his points of view. He also filled his novels with satirical commentary and even drawings that were only loosely connected to the plot. In "Slaughterhouse-Five," he drew a headstone with the epitaph: "Everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt."
April 11th, 2007
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rip
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But much in his life was traumatic, and left him in pain. Despite his commercial success, Vonnegut battled depression throughout his life, and in 1984, he attempted suicide with pills and alcohol, joking later about how he botched the job.
April 11th, 2007
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His mother had succeeded in killing herself just before he left for Germany during World War II, where he was quickly taken prisoner during the Battle of the Bulge. He was being held in Dresden when Allied bombs created a firestorm that killed an estimated 135,000 people in the city. "The firebombing of Dresden explains absolutely nothing about why I write what I write and am what I am," Vonnegut wrote in "Fates Worse Than Death," his 1991 autobiography of sorts.
April 11th, 2007
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But he spent 23 years struggling to write about the ordeal, which he survived by huddling with other POW's inside an underground meat locker labeled slaughterhouse-five. The novel, in which Pvt. Pilgrim is transported from Dresden by time-traveling aliens from the planet Tralfamadore, was published at the height of the Vietnam War, and solidified his reputation as an iconoclast.
April 11th, 2007
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wow who f*cking cares?
April 11th, 2007
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"He was sort of like nobody else," said Gore Vidal, who noted that he, Vonnegut and Norman Mailer were among the last writers around who served in World War II. "He was imaginative; our generation of writers didn't go in for imagination very much. Literary realism was the general style. Those of us who came out of the war in the 1940s made sort of the official American prose, and it was often a bit on the dull side. Kurt was never dull."
April 11th, 2007
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I hate memorial ytmnds. I have no soul.
April 11th, 2007
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Vonnegut was born on Nov. 11, 1922, in Indianapolis, a "fourth-generation German-American religious skeptic Freethinker," and studied chemistry at Cornell University before joining the Army. When he returned, he reported for Chicago's City News Bureau, then did public relations for General Electric, a job he loathed. He wrote his first novel, "Player Piano," in 1951, followed by "The Sirens of Titan," "Canary in a Cat House" and "Mother Night," making ends meet by selling Saabs on Cape Cod.
April 11th, 2007
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Yeah right, dude, im not gonna fall for this. Its a trap!
April 11th, 2007
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I am, incidentally, Honorary President of the American Humanist Association, having succeeded the late, great science-fiction writer Isaac Asimov in that totally functionless capacity. We had a memorial service for Isaac a few years back, and I spoke and said at one point, "Isaac is up in heaven now." It was the funniest thing I could have said to an audience of humanists. I rolled them in the aisles. It was several minutes before order could be restored. And if I should ever die, God forbid, I hope you will say, "Kurt is up in heaven now." That's my favorite joke.
April 11th, 2007
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That passage was from his last book, "Man Without A Country" ---- appropriate, I would say...
April 11th, 2007
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holy crap, an actual real RIP site.
April 11th, 2007
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Critics ignored him at first, then denigrated his deliberately bizarre stories and disjointed plots as haphazardly written science fiction. But his novels became cult classics, especially "Cat's Cradle" in 1963, in which scientists create "ice-nine," a crystal that turns water solid and destroys the earth.
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Many of his novels were best-sellers. Some also were banned and burned for suspected obscenity. Vonnegut took on censorship as an active member of the PEN writers' aid group and the American Civil Liberties Union. The American Humanist Association, which promotes individual freedom, rational thought and scientific skepticism, made him its honorary president.
April 11th, 2007
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Poo-tee-weet?
April 12th, 2007
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Sometimes it amazes me how stupid YTMND users aren't.
April 11th, 2007
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His characters tended to be miserable anti-heroes with little control over their fate. Pilgrim was an ungainly, lonely goof. The hero of "God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater" was a sniveling, obese volunteer fireman. Vonnegut said the villains in his books were never individuals, but culture, society and history, which he said were making a mess of the planet.
April 11th, 2007
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Normally I dislike these types of ytmnds, but god damn I love that man, and it's well-made.
April 11th, 2007
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"We probably could have saved ourselves, but we were too damned lazy to try very hard ... and too damn cheap," he once suggested carving into a wall on the Grand Canyon, as a message for flying-saucer creatures. He retired from novel writing in his later years, but continued to publish short articles. He had a best-seller in 2005 with "A Man Without a Country," a collection of his nonfiction, including jabs at the Bush administration ("upper-crust C-students who know no history or geography") and the uncer
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tain future of the planet. He called the book's success "a nice glass of champagne at the end of a life." Vonnegut, who had homes in Manhattan and the Hamptons in New York, adopted his sister's three young children after she died. He also had three children of his own with his first wife, Ann Cox, and later adopted a daughter, Lily, with his second wife, the noted photographer Jill Krementz.
April 11th, 2007
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thanks Dave
April 11th, 2007
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Vonnegut once said that of all the ways to die, he'd prefer to go out in an airplane crash on the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro. He often joked about the difficulties of old age. "When Hemingway killed himself he put a period at the end of his life; old age is more like a semicolon," Vonnegut told The Associated Press in 2005. "My father, like Hemingway, was a gun nut and was very unhappy late in life. But he was proud of not committing suicide. And I'll do the same, so as not to set a bad example for my chil
April 12th, 2007
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dren."
April 12th, 2007
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So it goes.
April 12th, 2007
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wow overlooked... well-played, slaughter-house five was a good book.
April 12th, 2007
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Don't forget he had a cameo in "Back to School"
April 12th, 2007
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Live by the foma that make you brave and kind and healthy and happy
April 12th, 2007
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Never heard of him.
April 12th, 2007
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Your loss.
April 12th, 2007
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One of the most famous (and influental) science fiction writers of all time. Most famous for Slaughterhouse five but also wrote tons of short stories such as Harrison Bergeron.
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Slapstick was also very good.
April 12th, 2007
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5
April 12th, 2007
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/Salute
April 12th, 2007
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Lifelong smoking habits ftw
April 12th, 2007
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He died from a head injury.
April 12th, 2007
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YEAH BECAUSE SMOKING IS GOOD FOR YOU
April 12th, 2007
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If you do anything too much, you'll get cancer.
April 12th, 2007
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silenoz...i didn't know you were a Vonnegut fan. though i am a little disappointed that C*ckrum is in your keywords, that guy created nightcreature or something right?
April 12th, 2007
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what young liberal atheist freak isn't a fan of vonnegut?
April 12th, 2007
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dave c*ckrum had a short right arm
April 12th, 2007
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fckin hate his books.
April 12th, 2007
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woo slaughter house 5 FTW
April 12th, 2007
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It's Kurt you dumbass.
April 12th, 2007
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it's a subdomain joke you dumbass.
April 12th, 2007
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sigh
April 12th, 2007
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rip
April 12th, 2007
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The music is pretty f*cking gay for such an awesome guy. So it goes.
April 12th, 2007
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I actually don't even know what the music is, I just stole it from the dave c*ckrum site
April 12th, 2007
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Oh man.
April 12th, 2007
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Vonnegut owned, and I'm sure he continues to do so somewhere out there.
April 12th, 2007
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I always wanted to make A Kurt Vonnegut site from his cameo from Mother Night. He's passing by on the sidewalk and looks really really sad....
April 12th, 2007
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Slaughterhouse-Five FTW! Rest in Peace.
April 12th, 2007
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I remember reading many of his books years ago. it's very sad to see he's passed :(
April 12th, 2007
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WOW CONGRATULATIONS ON BEING THE FIRST TO REPORT THE DEATH OF A PSEUDO-CELEBRITY (+1)
April 12th, 2007
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4 until you add Enya.
April 12th, 2007
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'"This ain't nothin, I been through much worse than this." On the 8th day, the hobo said to Billy, "This ain't bad. I can be comfortable anywhere." "You can?" asked Billy. On the 9th day, the hobo died."'
April 12th, 2007
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KIRK Vonnegut?
April 12th, 2007
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Very nice text, a fitting way to announce his passing.
April 12th, 2007
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and here i tried to make a serious site :(
April 12th, 2007
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Pretty sad that the fake death of Brad Pitt is more popular than the actual death of someone who actually matters.
April 12th, 2007
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WTF SHATNER!?
April 12th, 2007
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sound fits PERFECTLY
April 12th, 2007
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RIP
April 12th, 2007
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Needs better sound
April 12th, 2007
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I actually didn't like most of his stuff tbh. It was the ideas and plots behind his stories that I favored more than the writing style itself. I'm not going to get into it, but you might enjoy the writing if you like satire, early sci-fi, surreal or magic realism. Out of a dozen of his works, here's the 3 or 4 I would recommend reading: 'Jailbird', 'God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater', 'Cat's Cradle', 'Slaughterhouse-Five'.
April 12th, 2007
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ok don't do that. change it back
April 12th, 2007
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no... this is what you get for voting 5 on a site with no joke
April 12th, 2007
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Before you kill somebody, make absolutely sure he isn't well connected. - Kurt Vonnegut
April 12th, 2007
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Hi, I'm Kurt Vonnegut. I'm an author. An author is a person who writes books. A book is a bound collection of pieces of paper with words written on them. But people didn't read books anymore in the 21st century, because with the invention of the cyberactive holoterminal, they no longer needed to.
April 12th, 2007
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? are you gonna change it back?
April 12th, 2007
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once it's off top viewed
May 7th, 2007
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???
April 12th, 2007
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Amazing man.
April 12th, 2007
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indeed.
April 12th, 2007
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To whom it may concern; It is springtime. It is late afternoon.
April 12th, 2007
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vonnegut.ytmnd.com btw i don't like this for it hurts my ears besides that he will be missed. "so it goes"
April 14th, 2007
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Thanks Dave.
April 12th, 2007
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I don't know who this guy or can think of one reason why I should care...
April 12th, 2007
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Awesome, I was hoping this would happen.
April 12th, 2007
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Not that I don't love Vonnegut; this is just hilarious.
April 12th, 2007
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Well, what the f*ck. Is this one true...?
April 12th, 2007
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Kurt is up in heaven now.
April 12th, 2007
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I hope you f*cking die, silenoz
April 12th, 2007
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Everything was beautiful, Nothing hurt
April 12th, 2007
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be original
April 12th, 2007
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Mmmmm Birdseed
April 12th, 2007
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WHERE'D YOU PUT IT
April 12th, 2007
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1 star'd for f*ggotry
April 12th, 2007
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April 12th, 2007
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zomg he fool'd us!!1 1337!111
April 12th, 2007
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THE SIRENS OF TITAN
April 12th, 2007
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The protagonist is Malachi Constant, originally of Hollywood, California, and the richest man in 22nd-century America. He possesses extraordinary luck, which he has used to build upon his father's fortune, but he has done nothing else significant with his life. He becomes the centerpoint of a journey that takes him from Earth to Mars in preparation for an interplanetary war, to Mercury with another Martian survivor of that war, back to Earth to be pilloried as a sign of God's displeasure, and finally to Sat
April 12th, 2007
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urn's moon 'Titan' to meet the man responsible for his respective good fortunes (or lack thereof), Winston Niles Rumfoor
April 12th, 2007
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all sites downvoted for eternity
April 12th, 2007
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Thanks for ear rape
April 12th, 2007
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I'd for trying to make some kind of statement on ytmnd. This just isn't the place.
April 12th, 2007
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lol cool runnings
April 12th, 2007
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F*ck off retard.
April 12th, 2007
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vonnegut bobsled team
April 12th, 2007
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OMG HAHAHAHAHAHLOLEOLOLEOLEOLOLEOLOLOLOLE
April 12th, 2007
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If it had a better sound, this would've rocked
April 12th, 2007
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LOLOLOLOLOL
April 12th, 2007
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like a "trap" website, but for my c*ck!
April 12th, 2007
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oh f*cking AWESOME
April 12th, 2007
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also read Welcome to the Monkey House. Vonnegut short stories FTW.
April 12th, 2007
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also listen to Welcome to the Monkey House, Dandy Warhols albums FTR
April 12th, 2007
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not loud enough.
April 12th, 2007
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this went from 5 to 1 to 5. i love you
April 12th, 2007
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lol
April 12th, 2007
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yeahehhaa
April 12th, 2007
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i do not approve of this message
April 12th, 2007
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changed vote to 1.
April 12th, 2007
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haha win!
April 12th, 2007
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April 12th, 2007
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Vonnegut was awesome. Why does that make people who like toplessness "queers?" You're stupid and your site is idiotic.
April 12th, 2007
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April 12th, 2007
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sounds like hes saying "give me your apple sauce"
April 12th, 2007
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YUO SIR WIN THE INTEREAKSLJDKAJSDLJALKJDSLKASJDLKAJSDLJASDLJASDLJASLJASKJDA WAWESD
April 12th, 2007
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ear rape?!1231
April 12th, 2007
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i hate you
April 12th, 2007
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THIS SITE KEEPS GETTING BETTER AND BETTER
April 12th, 2007
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I still think it would be better if there were a very fat man with no shirt riding a horse.
April 12th, 2007
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I had it 2ed, but now its awesome.
April 12th, 2007
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TEH AER RAEP!
April 12th, 2007
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funny how the views jump when you start combining fads with promises of sex
April 12th, 2007
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Those who write on Heaven's walls Should mold their sh*t in little balls. And those who read these lines of wit Should eat these little balls of sh*t.
April 12th, 2007
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XD
April 12th, 2007
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Over 7,000 satisfied customers.
April 12th, 2007
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SOOOOOOO good
April 12th, 2007
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Well that wasn't ungodly annoying...
April 13th, 2007
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HAHAHAHAHAHA!
April 13th, 2007
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What kind of man would turn his daughter into an outboard motor ?
April 13th, 2007
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Happy meat, happy mud ! Deng you foh de honoah !
April 13th, 2007
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Action ! Reaction ! Give ! Take ! Challenge ! Response ! (Suddenly seizes the axe, splits the table)
April 13th, 2007
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With respect, Mr. President: why don't you take a flying f*ck at a rolling donut... why don't you take a flying f*ck at the mooooooooooooon ?
April 13th, 2007
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KEEPS ON GOING
April 13th, 2007
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Just because some of us can read and write and do a little math, that doesn't mean we deserve to conquer the Universe.
April 13th, 2007
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poo tee weet?
April 13th, 2007
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The comment section makes it all worth it.
April 13th, 2007
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When I changed the title to include "Asian Girls" all commenting ceased and the views jump ahead of 4 other sites.
April 13th, 2007
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Keep the title the same now, it seems to be pulling in lots of views all of the sudden.
April 13th, 2007
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stop.
April 13th, 2007
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your views, votes, and comments empower me.
April 13th, 2007
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F*CKIN' EAR RAPE!
April 13th, 2007
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woot
April 13th, 2007
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This was not nice to do to me at 2:30 AM...5'd. Also Asians.
April 13th, 2007
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why spam sh*t on ytmnd? why? Like poop. Poop mouth. I hate you silenoz, I hate you. :'(
April 13th, 2007
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1 for hurting my ears.
April 13th, 2007
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MY MACHINES!
April 13th, 2007
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They're MY MACHINES!
April 13th, 2007
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wtf?
April 13th, 2007
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Lame
April 13th, 2007
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Whose machines?
April 13th, 2007
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wut...da...fug.
April 13th, 2007
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I agree but this ytmnd sucks
April 13th, 2007
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Love the new update
April 13th, 2007
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silenoz please find some way to put this in: http://popefromthere.ytmnsfw.com/
April 13th, 2007
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its not the version you think...
April 26th, 2007
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this is pure sh*t
May 2nd, 2007
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Not as great as your *recent* other one..but this will do.
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LOL!
July 27th, 2007
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MAI MASHEENZ IS THE REAL TEST