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    Why did the toilet seat jump up and bite my meat?

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    Dr. Dis, Why does Mendhak have an "h" in the middle, which is unpronounced and only serves to confuse the average middle-class, economically stable American?

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    Originally posted by timeshifter
    Dr. Dis, Why does Mendhak have an "h" in the middle, which is unpronounced and only serves to confuse the average middle-class, economically stable American?
    He told me that the M, e, n, d, a, and k were silent, and you are only supposed to pronounce the h....

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    All average middle-class, economically stable Americans are confused aren't they?

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    Originally posted by yrwyddfa
    Why did the toilet seat jump up and bite my meat?
    Because of the improper use of the seat. Read page 122 Section 12, subsection "Z" of the toliet seat usage manual.
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    Originally posted by yrwyddfa
    All average middle-class, economically stable Americans are confused aren't they?
    Generally yes, my next-door neighbor far exceeds that though, they have approx. a 40-square ft. backyard with three large dogs, blasted fools don't ever clean the dogs "gifts" either.

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    Originally posted by Disiance
    Took me a minute to remember. The man is a dwarf (forget the real word). He can only reach to the half-way floor's button. When its raining he has an umbrella and uses it to reach the rest of the way.

    -Dr. Dis
    So this isnt a memory contest, you are fired.
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    Dr Dis. Why have foot when everyone has feet?
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    Originally posted by NoteMe
    YEAAAAAAHHHH.....so you are in on that Norway found America before Columbus did........thats great...then I guess USA have to change name again. Back to what Leaf Erikson called it. Vinland (thats Wine land for you Americans)
    Why should we do that, we didn't use Columbus's name, either?
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    Originally posted by Xcoder
    So this isnt a memory contest, you are fired.
    I do not believe this was a power given to you in my declaration of thread beginings.
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    Originally posted by visualAd
    Dr Dis. Why have foot when everyone has feet?
    Because without any foot, or if you only have one foot, then you wouldn't have feet. Thus it is impossible to have feet without foot.
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    Originally posted by Shaggy Hiker
    Why should we do that, we didn't use Columbus's name, either?
    And anyway, Leify didn't discover America, he discovered Newfoundland *bum bum bum*

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    Originally posted by Shaggy Hiker
    Why should we do that, we didn't use Columbus's name, either?
    I thought America was named after Amerigo Vespucci...

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    Originally posted by Dave Sell
    I thought America was named after Amerigo Vespucci...
    It all depends on who you ask.
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    Dear Dr. Dis,

    What is the Eastern-most point in the U.S.A?

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    YEAAAAAAHHHH.....so you are in on that Norway found America before Columbus did........thats great...then I guess USA have to change name again. Back to what Leaf Erikson called it. Vinland (thats Wine land for you Americans)
    Wineland, well hell, you're just giving us a reason to legalize excessive drinking =)


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    Originally posted by Shaggy Hiker
    Why should we do that, we didn't use Columbus's name, either?

    Well thats just the way it has to be now.....Disiances word, is law...

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    Originally posted by Disiance
    And anyway, Leify didn't discover America, he discovered Newfoundland *bum bum bum*

    -Dr. Dis

    He discovered North America.......and that is a part of america........Columbus thought he was in India....what a dumb ass...

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    Originally posted by dsheller
    Wineland, well hell, you're just giving us a reason to legalize excessive drinking =)

    I am in...lets start drinking...

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    Dear Dr. Dis,

    Where have you seen this before - see if you can guess where you've seen it and what it stands for.

    K of K USA

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    Originally posted by Dave Sell
    Dear Dr. Dis,

    What is the Eastern-most point in the U.S.A?
    I am tempted to say its some point in Maine, but I shall deceive my mind and say St. Louis
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    Originally posted by NoteMe
    Well thats just the way it has to be now.....Disiances word, is law...
    About time someone realized that!
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    Originally posted by NoteMe
    He discovered North America.......and that is a part of america........Columbus thought he was in India....what a dumb ass...
    Actually America is in N. America, not the other way around
    Yes, I have often wondered how he considered America to be India...the Indians (err, "Native Americans") didn't have spices, and had no knowledge of other lands -- *DUH*
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    Originally posted by Dave Sell
    Dear Dr. Dis,

    Where have you seen this before - see if you can guess where you've seen it and what it stands for.

    K of K USA
    Ohhhh no!!! You've been in my dreams again havn't you!! Nooo, noooo, I do NOT want to go back to Dr. Quaky!! NONOOoooo!

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    Kokaine of Kommemmorative Unity for Stupid Americans???

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    Dear Dr. Dis,

    What other food can be prepared from the Pumpkin besides pumpkin pie?

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    Dr. Dis, why some people claim that america (the continent) is actually conformed by two continents (north america and south america) like stated here:

    http://www.worldatlas.com/aatlas/infopage/contnent.htm

    what about central america?

    and what about the common knowledge of only 5 continents: Africa, Asia, Europe, America, Oceania (plus antartica and the artic polar rings)

    How about the olympic flag? it only has 5 rings.

    Dr. Dis, whats happening
    Last edited by Xcoder; Oct 18th, 2004 at 04:53 PM.
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    Dr Diss, Why does Delphi pwn VB?

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    Originally posted by Dave Sell
    Dear Dr. Dis,

    What other food can be prepared from the Pumpkin besides pumpkin pie?
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    Originally posted by Xcoder
    Dr. Dis, why some people claim that america (the continent) is actually conformed by two continents (north america and south america) like stated here:

    http://www.worldatlas.com/aatlas/infopage/contnent.htm

    what about central america?

    and what about the common knowledge of only 5 continents: Africa, Asia, Europe, America, Oceania (plus antartica and the artic polar rings)

    How about the olympic flag? it only has 5 rings.

    Dr. Dis, whats happening
    There are only five, those who say otherwise are dimwits.
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    Originally posted by Disiance
    ???

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    Oops, I wonder why it didn't post:
    Pumpkin Extravoganza!
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    Dear Dr. Dis,

    When is the right time to get into my local Ford dealer to buy a new car, truck, or van?

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    Originally posted by Dave Sell
    Dear Dr. Dis,

    When is the right time to get into my local Ford dealer to buy a new car, truck, or van?
    Never, EVER goto a Ford dealer, local or otherwise. Ford stinks, so bad I had to get a glade plugin for my car because I have to drive by one.

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    Originally posted by Disiance
    Actually America is in N. America, not the other way around
    Yes, I have often wondered how he considered America to be India...the Indians (err, "Native Americans") didn't have spices, and had no knowledge of other lands -- *DUH*

    Just wondering...in English what do you call the whole continent? In Norwegian. There is North America (Unatid states of America is a part of it), then central America (mexico and so on) and then South America, with Brazil, Peru and so on....and all of these 3 parts makes up America. Not the United states of America, but the continent America.....

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    Originally posted by NoteMe
    Just wondering...in English what do you call the whole continent? In Norwegian. There is North America (Unatid states of America is a part of it), then central America (mexico and so on) and then South America, with Brazil, Peru and so on....and all of these 3 parts makes up America. Not the United states of America, but the continent America.....
    The 3 (North, South, and Central America) together are known as The Americas.

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    Originally posted by NoteMe
    Just wondering...in English what do you call the whole continent? In Norwegian. There is North America (Unatid states of America is a part of it), then central America (mexico and so on) and then South America, with Brazil, Peru and so on....and all of these 3 parts makes up America. Not the United states of America, but the continent America.....
    We call it north american continent, it extends from Canada down to Mexico.
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    Originally posted by Dave Sell
    The 3 (North, South, and Central America) together are known as The Americas.

    So I missed the s....ohhhhhh.....

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    Originally posted by Dave Sell
    The 3 (North, South, and Central America) together are known as The Americas.
    term used in USA to refere the whole continent, outside USA the term is also used, but America is also used.
    Last edited by Xcoder : 09-10-2001 at 12:45 AM.

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    So I was some kind of right wasn't I........I feel so good now...so then Leif Erikson found America...

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