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Top Ten Things We've Learned from the X-Files
(submitted by Col. Sanderz)
The FBI must spend a helluva lotta tax dollars replacing lost cell phones.
Always check the back of your date's neck for telltale scarring.
Autopsies of suspicious corpses can only be performed in poorly lit rooms while no one is watching.
Budding TV writers note: when in doubt, add mucous.
We're not alone, but Mulder and Scully always seem to be.
When you enter a dark room, never turn on the lights: just use your flashlight.
(jera the dairy princess)
At the center of every mystery in the Universe you can find Mulder's and Scully's personal problems.
If you work for the FBI, your shoes will get ruined by numerous varities of goo.
You can hold a steady job as an FBI investigator without actually solving any of your cases.
The truth is out there . . . in the Nielsen ratings
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