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Festivito Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-19-10 04:30 PM
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315. Between canon and another's holy book lies much room for degree.
If I were truly a moron, I guess I wouldn't be hurt by being called one. Could be true then.

Although, I have to wonder why someone would call someone else a moron considering that if they were correct, a moron wouldn't know what to do with the expression anyway, would they? A conundrum.

I could certainly understand why you would not elaborate on what parts of my definition were wrong, or offer your own definition. Perhaps it would leave you open to a return salvo of hyperbole.

I wish you well, just the same. Glad you enjoined me. Good day.
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