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    • tootall1121
      • hello Too Tall
      • Username: tootall1121
      • In response to: "What do you do on the side?" Which side? I do many things, like repair guitars, comb yardsales, and sell on Ebay, in addition to editing, layout and other publishing stuff.
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    • Everything changes
      • It's the multibillion dollar winning lottery ticket. I look around furtively, stick it in my wallet, then get the hell out of there. Next stop, a lawyer's office to see if there's a way to claim it where I remain anonymous. If so, I get the money, get my lady, and we go elsewhere to spend the rest of our days having a hell of a time.

      • answered by tootall1121 on 08/22/2013
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    • Never again
      • No way. If it's something I'd never do again, I sure don't want the world to know about it.

      • answered by tootall1121 on 08/22/2013
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    • Fountain of youth
      • Damn skippy I would, but only a minimal amount, I wouldn't want to go back to being a baby, but wouldn't mind going back to my twenties.

      • answered by tootall1121 on 08/22/2013
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    • Fandom
      • No, I'm not a sports fan. Fan means fanatic, and any fanaticism is ignorant and stupid. Besides, sports are only distractions for stupid people, so they don't notice other things going on the world. What, they play a child's game, make big money for it, and stupid people pay for it all. What if all the time, energy and money wasted on sports was put to good use? The world would have no problems, or at least fewer of them. They kick a ball, hit it with a bat, or put it through a hoop, big deal. They do it time and time again, and everyone seems to think they're doing something worthwhile. I feel the same way about things like mountain and rock climbing. However, if people chose to do it, they should be left to their own devices, no one else needs to risk their life when things go to hell somewhere doing something that stupid. Can you tell, I abhor stupidity in all it's forms? People are getting stupider all the time, and those few that want to control them are having an easier and easier time of it. Wake up, people, screw sports, screw fantasy games, and cell phones plugged into your head constantly.

      • answered by tootall1121 on 07/19/2013
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