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Clarence 1 year ago
#10 so you say, we would like to see the proof

#20 and you couldn't find a picture of a real Australian hat

#29 oh, and everyone is so sane and normal these days
       
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Evelina 1 year ago
Clarence, #20 - because it was out getting a real job.
       
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Marietta 1 year ago
#3 utter BS The Shard did most certainly not "melt cars". I am world expert glass and what the radiant heat did was to melt bits of rubber and vinyl trim on a few cars located in an exact spot at exact time of day. Easily fixed with just a bit of solar reflective film to a very small SqM of glass.
       
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Stephen 1 year ago
Marietta,
agreed
       
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Aubrey 1 year ago
Marietta,

So mr world expert, it obviously did not melt whole cars to a puddle of cooking steel...
       
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Brittany 1 year ago
#10 wild conjecture, no proof available
#20 exactly
       
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Mitzi 1 year ago
#25 Is out of date. Disney is now subject to the state of Florida after the states legislature took away that law because of Disney's stand on certain controversial bills, most notably the so called "Don't Say Gay" bill which prohibits the indoctrination of young children. Go ahead and call me names, doesn't make me or Florida wrong.
       
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Ray 1 year ago
Mitzi,

Yes, it does, because by this law, you indoctrinate children.
       
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Keziah 1 year ago
#29 Makes me sad. Really. For the dogs.
       
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Sigfired 1 year ago
#14 It's a horrible "art" for the tree
       
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Lil 1 year ago
#12 Always Look On The Bright Side of Life

Life's a piece of sh#t
When you look at it
Life's a laugh and death's a joke, it's true
You'll see it's all a show
Keep 'em laughin' as you go
Just remember that the last laugh is on you
       
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Lucas 1 year ago
#10 - More believable than the god stuff.
       
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Simon 1 year ago
#27 which Abraham Lincoln was watching when he was [taken away]"{REALLY?} {TAKEN?} GOODNESS CAN'T SAY MURDERED?
       
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Waldo 9 month s ago
#28 yeah I did that with dad
       
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