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Oh, the irony!

Clive Maxfield
10/18/2011 07:21 PM EDT

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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   10/21/2011 3:44:28 PM
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(grin)

Nicholas C. Lee
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Nicholas C. Lee   10/21/2011 12:58:30 PM
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My favourite is the "I don't believe in global warming" photo. It was very naughty of George Bush to write on that wall.

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ReneCardenas   10/19/2011 7:30:36 PM
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I personally like the Outback special, Fish of the day " BEEF " .... LoL Church schedule board is kind of alarming and disconcerting, but againl, may be that holy space is the among the only places that can inspire hope. Jesus is watching you, is an interesting one as a deterrant!

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David Ashton   10/18/2011 10:16:54 PM
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They're both good but I'd go for the illiteracy sign...

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Max The Magnificent   10/18/2011 7:32:51 PM
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Which is your favorite? I love the seagull sitting on the sign ... but the one that makes me laugh is the expression on the lady's face (the one sitting with the guy who is wearing the "Small is Beautiful" T-Shirt).

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