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    If you ask for nothing, you will get nothing.


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    If you ask for nothing, you will get nothing.
    And that's more than enough for me.
    Now; isn't THAT something?
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    Default Re: Yeah..............

    Originally posted by hwoods


    Don't forget AM and FM.
    ... and analog, digital, and high definition!
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    Default Re: Re: Yeah..............

    Originally posted by CaptainGonzo


    ... and analog, digital, and high definition!
    You forgot XM.
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    ROTFLMAO!
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    Default Thankyou, thankyou very much.

    Originally posted by ChiefReason
    I have been with the King of Dead on this thread right from the beginning.
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    Elvis?

    No wait... He is the King of Rock.. but he's also dead (we think).

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    Default Elvis is dead???

    Ok, since it was brought up.......where were you when you heard that Elvis was dead? I was in the milkbarn milking cows. Can you top that?

    BTW, I saw Elvis at Wal-Mart the other day picking up some dougnuts and Diet Coke.
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    I was in grade school. I read it in a text book. I think it was history class.



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    Ok, since it was brought up.......where were you when you heard that Elvis was dead?
    I was at a Grateful Dead concert.
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    True story:

    I was walking in Memphis when I spotted a bumper sticker that said "Elvis is dead - Give it up." The tires on the car had been slashed.

    Coincidence? I think not.
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    Default Re: Elvis is dead???

    Originally posted by arhaney
    Ok, since it was brought up.......where were you when you heard that Elvis was dead? I was in the milkbarn milking cows. Can you top that?

    BTW, I saw Elvis at Wal-Mart the other day picking up some dougnuts and Diet Coke.
    True story. It was the day we moved into our house in Fla. First thing we brought in and hooked up was the TV. While my mom and I were carrying a couch into the living room, they broke with the news. My mom, who was a HUGE Elvis fan, dropped her end if the couch which landed right on her foot. She jsut sat down on the floor, balling her eyes out. Dad and I didnt know if it was from the pain in her foot or Elvis. Long story short, she broke 4 bones in her foot.
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    I was in school. I came home and saw that my mom was upset. I asked my dad what was up. He rolled his eyes and said Elvis had died.
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    Default Re: Thankyou, thankyou very much.

    Jerome(Jerry) John Garcia
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    where were you when you heard that Elvis was dead?
    Hes been dead for longer then i have been alive.
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    For all the life of me, i cant see a firefighter going to hell. At least not for very long. We would end up putting out all the fires and annoying the devil too much.

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    BTW, I saw Elvis at Wal-Mart the other day picking up some dougnuts and Diet Coke.


    Actually, I belive he lives in St.Pete. There is guy who lives in apartment behind one of the hopitals who has the hair, the sideburns and the belly. Oh, and he has aluminum foil over the windows in his apartment.
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    Originally posted by PattyV

    Hes been dead for longer then i have been alive.
    Dang, Thanks for making me feel old.
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    Dang, Thanks for making me feel old.
    If its any consolation, it made me feel too young to be around you blokes
    "There are only two things that i know are infinite, the universe and human stupidity. And im not so sure about the former."

    For all the life of me, i cant see a firefighter going to hell. At least not for very long. We would end up putting out all the fires and annoying the devil too much.

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    Age check. Or should that be crust check?


    I'm 33. I was 5 when Elvis Died.

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    41 and your all making me feel older by the post.
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    Talking Elvis is Dead??................................

    Damn, I musta slept thru that. August of '77. Wow. I don't remember, but then, for my age group, that's normal.
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    What's the deal with trying to hijack this thread and turning it into something a)meaningful, or b)useful? This thread has been perpetuated on the premise that it's much ado about nothing - and some of you are trying to ruin it!
    [/SARCASM]

    And I'm 36.
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    This thread has been hijacked so many times, nobody knows who is in control anymore.....

    and I'm a very young 36.
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