There's a brick on my desk right now, and I'm just going to look at that for a while instead. Heyyy, brick.
Oh yes, brick, I have done something different with my hair. Thank you for noticing.
Actually we were thinking about putting stones in around the flowerbed and maybe some bushes near the driveway, but that's a nice thought too, brick.
Ah, but brick, who is to say who is right and who is wrong anymore, what with today's version of morality?
Of course. You're right, like always. I'm glad I can count on you, brick.
Oh AOL, you're the best I've ever had!
I'm sorry, there was nothing we could do.
That's all for right now, but we'll have a bit more from AOL next week. Big ups to xGryph again for that lovely search tool, and thanks to my bros Aron Zomer, Stevens Yeung, Hydrogen, Foomin, Dramascus, AssMasterJohn, Wildfire, Zinco, Flying-Nugs, Propaniac, bhlaab, Marxux, rigamarock, mojo king bee, rapfan90, screwy, Sensurround, The Young Homer, Flying-Wiz, Mike Ryan, Electrius, templar187, Devonaut, AntiEverything, Peefy, and Marduk for scouting out material this week. Also, thanks to everyone who has been sending in AnonIDs to look up, they've been great.
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