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Top Ten Things We Learned from Summer 2004
(submitted by XLR8R)
Weather disasters aren't nearly as fun as Hollywood blockbusters may have led us to believe.
No matter how lame every new TV show premiering this fall looks, there is some "critic" out there who thinks it's a "sure fire hit, a comedy classic in the making."
No matter how much I say "word to your mother", it will never catch on with my kids.
Christmas starts early, but Presidential elections start even earlier.
I can drink every night, not come home till the morning, lose my job and my mom will still only care that my room isn't clean.
The Bush daughters are not in love with me, nor do they appreciate my letters and photos.
We can send men to the moon and cure diseases, but still can't invent a vinyl lawnmower seat that we can comfortably ride naked.
Contrary to prior research, deadly toxic vipers sometimes are found that far north.
(well I never.)
Wearing white after labor day will get your entire state trashed by a seeminly endless string of hurricaines.
School was out. You shouldn't have learned anything. If you did, shame on you.
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