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Jun 3, 2014 01:58:42   #
rumitoid
 
As was his usual practice each morning, the sensei came out in his garden and, on his knees and bending over at the waist, while repeatedly beating his breast, said "I am nothing...I am nothing...I am nothing..." Soon a Baptist minister came along and joined the sensei in his practice, though standing rigidly at attention with his hand over his heart. Not soon after that the Democratic nominee for president joined him, not prostrating herself but affording a nice profile for the cameras now gathering. And not to be outdone, the Republican Tea Party nominee joined them sitting in a comfortable lounge chair. The gardener arrived soon after and joined the group. It was a few minutes after the arrival of the gardener that the Tea Party person nudged the Baptist and said, "So look who thinks he is nothing."

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Jun 3, 2014 02:45:23   #
AuntiE Loc: 46th Least Free State
 
rumitoid wrote:
As was his usual practice each morning, the sensei came out in his garden and, on his knees and bending over at the waist, while repeatedly beating his breast, said "I am nothing...I am nothing...I am nothing..." Soon a Baptist minister came along and joined the sensei in his practice, though standing rigidly at attention with his hand over his heart. Not soon after that the Democratic nominee for president joined him, not prostrating herself but affording a nice profile for the cameras now gathering. And not to be outdone, the Republican Tea Party nominee joined them sitting in a comfortable lounge chair. The gardener arrived soon after and joined the group. It was a few minutes after the arrival of the gardener that the Tea Party person nudged the Baptist and said, "So look who thinks he is nothing."
As was his usual practice each morning, the sensei... (show quote)


You are overdosing on something. :thumbdown:

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Jun 3, 2014 03:03:39   #
Hemiman Loc: Communist California
 
rumitoid wrote:
As was his usual practice each morning, the sensei came out in his garden and, on his knees and bending over at the waist, while repeatedly beating his breast, said "I am nothing...I am nothing...I am nothing..." Soon a Baptist minister came along and joined the sensei in his practice, though standing rigidly at attention with his hand over his heart. Not soon after that the Democratic nominee for president joined him, not prostrating herself but affording a nice profile for the cameras now gathering. And not to be outdone, the Republican Tea Party nominee joined them sitting in a comfortable lounge chair. The gardener arrived soon after and joined the group. It was a few minutes after the arrival of the gardener that the Tea Party person nudged the Baptist and said, "So look who thinks he is nothing."
As was his usual practice each morning, the sensei... (show quote)


Do you hear voices ???

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Jun 3, 2014 07:57:06   #
mcjwelles
 
Have heard and appreciated that joke- funnier yet are the thick responses!

[quote=rumitoid]As was his usual practice each morning...

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