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Unread 03-16-2010, 09:34 PM   #61
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heard what?
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Unread 03-16-2010, 09:35 PM   #62
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i WAS NOT talking to your ass!
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Some say Aluminum had been linked to the early onslaught of Alzheimers. not sire where that was coming from though
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Its malarkey dude.
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Its malarkey dude.
You crazy... Look I don't know where I saw it but somewhere I read "Some say Aluminum had been linked to the early onslaught of Alzheimers"
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Some say Aluminum had been linked to the early onslaught of Alzheimers
Huh...what were we just talkin' about...
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Oh...yeah...saran wrap...what about it?...I use it to wrap my meat...is there a problem?...
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Oh...yeah...saran wrap...what about it?...I use it to wrap my meat...is there a problem?...
No, but I heard that the use of aluminum foil can lead to the early Alzheimers.
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No, but I heard that the use of aluminum foil can lead to the early Alzheimers.
Wearing it? Might explain the Black Helicopters syndrome
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LOL what is black helicopter syndrome? Is this a Brethren thing? LOL
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LOL what is black helicopter syndrome? Is this a Brethren thing? LOL
Don't know, never heard of it
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You bitches is crazy! Thot I'd bring this dead (umm, resting?) beast back to liferz or something....

I wrap in plass-tique all farking daaayyy dawg, know whaaam sayyin?? shheeeeiiit dawg! We gotz yo' say-ran rappers, we got yo' tin foilz hat wearin' chiiit... farkin' we even gotz yo' sad a$$ mu-fuggin' jigga', beeotch slappin' - mama smackin' - ho dawgin' - stripper wearin' latex mutha' farkin' daddy pimpin' pro-feesh-inalll - Kay-Tuh-Rin stretch wrap! FUGG-DAT! I laid this track bitches! Ya'll betta respect!

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^^^^ That Fukker is CRAZZY! His Chit is whack! ^^^^

PS: Just goes to show you what wrapping in plastic will do to a poor sucker's mind...
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During a competition this one team got a comment card stating that the meat tasted like phenolics. Thay wrapped in plastic wrap.......not sure what kind or brand.

Depending on where your from the plastic wrap might just keep the polluted air from contaminating your food!
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