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3 words I'm sick of hearing

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Amen!

You took the words right out of my mouth... Clown

Oh dang. I was just on my cloud twittering about Ubuntu!

Oh dang. I was just on my cloud twittering about Ubuntu!

Tired phrases!

1.At the end of the day.
2.That is not acceptable.
3.I'm just sayin'.

re: oh dang

Quote:

Oh dang. I was just on my cloud twittering about Ubuntu!

lololol

but at the end of the day that post is just not acceptable! Ya know, I mean, I'm just saying...

re: arrs & ccur

Quote:

We are stockholders of ARRS & CCUR. Opinions here maybe biased.

YOU are a stockholder. You, not us.

re: We

Technically, unless you get approval by ALL 1000 investors for your comments ATANG1, it's YOU not WE/US.

Seems unlikely (but not impossible) that you're the groups official spokesperson, therefore it's pretty much implied that ANY comment you make is yours and yours only.

Skippy Has Spoken!!!

Ah, VS, you speak with such an air of authority. You are so all-knowing about so much.... well, actually, everything. It would seem in your alternate universe, only you can divine that for which you'd have no way of knowing. For all we know, Antang1 is the managing director? Has proxies from the other members authorizing him to speak. Has controlling interest? Gosh, all sorts of possibilities that are so far above and beyond your knowledge.

At the end of the day, you argue drivel because? You have nothing else to do! sooooooooooooooooooooooo sad.

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