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Most Emailed Photos GUEST DAY! - 07/13/2004 by This could be your name
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So I was just cruising down the highway in my new set of wheels,

and some jagoff in a Taurus started laying on the horn and nearly ran my ass off the road!

So I gave that guy the bird.


The challenge was to take the top 3 most emailed photos on yahoo and create a hopefully amusing story about the sequence. I reserve the right to refuse a disturbing picture, this includes any pictures of celine dion.

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Mr. NonameLurker23:59:00drooled over #3
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This week's Top Bird is:


The mauled matadors are: ElvisThePelvis, apple juice is a verb and 3Suns.

There are 8 messages for this day.
<mypalmike> Did you ever notice that the directions here say "A couple of pointers", followed by THREE pointers!? Man, who edits this stuff?
<morticia> I try to help out...but Mort is woefully inadequate when it comes to punctuation, spelling, and grammer.
<Mort> whteva!

grammer, IN -- Zip code(s): 47236

<Kumiho> Spellcheck is my best friend. Unfortunately when you write fiction, grammar check hates your work.
<Mort> Aww, attacked by the wiggly green line Kumiho?
<Kumiho> Frequently, much to my annoyance.
<guyPaulo> I always hated grammar classes because I read a lot, and popular writers just use whatever grammar they felt like. If Stephen King uses dangling participles in a book and it sells a million copies, I didn't want to hear some teacher making $16K a year to tell me not to use them.
<David Byrden> Similary, guyPaulo, if Microsoft make $70 billion selling insecure software, I don't want to hear some Computer Science teacher telling me to write secure software.

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