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    Will

    Speaking as your instructor and friend, that answers so much
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    Originally posted by Kokoro
    Will

    Speaking as your instructor and friend, that answers so much
    "people speak of fallen angels. The Bible, in Genesis, mentions these fallen angels as sons of God, or in some Bibles they're called the Watchers. These were an entity, an incubus-type spirit which impregnated the women of the Earth and produced this race of people called the Nephilim. They supposedly taught man of war, magic and astrology." Carl McCoy

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    Originally posted by The Nephilim
    Is it now? Well you learn something new every day. Or in my case you try not to.
    It's a defunct unit, now, except on the Nikkei Exchange; the smallest Japanese coin is 1 yen.
    FYI, the coin that represented 1 sen in the Edo period was called a "zenigata", and "Zenigata Heiji" is a long-running Japanese TV series, in which an Edo-period hero wanders around Japan and beats up the bad guys by throwing these coins at them as if the coins were shuriken. It's nonsense, but great fun.

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    Originally posted by Kimpatsu
    It's a defunct unit, now, except on the Nikkei Exchange; the smallest Japanese coin is 1 yen.
    FYI, the coin that represented 1 sen in the Edo period was called a "zenigata", and "Zenigata Heiji" is a long-running Japanese TV series, in which an Edo-period hero wanders around Japan and beats up the bad guys by throwing these coins at them as if the coins were shuriken. It's nonsense, but great fun.
    So what you are saying is that TV was around in the Edo period of Japan and not invented BY Baird, the Scottish inventor?
    "people speak of fallen angels. The Bible, in Genesis, mentions these fallen angels as sons of God, or in some Bibles they're called the Watchers. These were an entity, an incubus-type spirit which impregnated the women of the Earth and produced this race of people called the Nephilim. They supposedly taught man of war, magic and astrology." Carl McCoy

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    Originally posted by The Nephilim
    So what you are saying is that TV was around in the Edo period of Japan and not invented BY Baird, the Scottish inventor?
    No, I'm saying that TV was invented around the time of Robin Hood, just so Jason Connery could break into acting...

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    Originally posted by Kimpatsu
    No, I'm saying that TV was invented around the time of Robin Hood, just so Jason Connery could break into acting...
    Ahhh I get ya now.



    I think.
    "people speak of fallen angels. The Bible, in Genesis, mentions these fallen angels as sons of God, or in some Bibles they're called the Watchers. These were an entity, an incubus-type spirit which impregnated the women of the Earth and produced this race of people called the Nephilim. They supposedly taught man of war, magic and astrology." Carl McCoy

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    Originally posted by The Nephilim
    Ahhh I get ya now.
    Good.
    Originally posted by The Nephilim
    I think.
    Don't lie.

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    Originally posted by Kimpatsu
    Don't lie.
    I can't lie Tony, I am sat in front of the computer on my swivelling chair. Unless I break the back then I may fall off, then I would be lying.
    "people speak of fallen angels. The Bible, in Genesis, mentions these fallen angels as sons of God, or in some Bibles they're called the Watchers. These were an entity, an incubus-type spirit which impregnated the women of the Earth and produced this race of people called the Nephilim. They supposedly taught man of war, magic and astrology." Carl McCoy

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    Originally posted by The Nephilim
    I can't lie Tony, I am sat in front of the computer on my swivelling chair. Unless I break the back then I may fall off, then I would be lying.
    You claimed to be thinking, Will.
    Errr...

    PS: You still owe me a pint.

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    Originally posted by Kimpatsu
    You claimed to be thinking, Will.
    Errr...

    PS: You still owe me a pint.
    I may have been thinking there, but now I am not.

    And a pint of what substance?
    "people speak of fallen angels. The Bible, in Genesis, mentions these fallen angels as sons of God, or in some Bibles they're called the Watchers. These were an entity, an incubus-type spirit which impregnated the women of the Earth and produced this race of people called the Nephilim. They supposedly taught man of war, magic and astrology." Carl McCoy

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    Originally posted by The Nephilim
    And a pint of what substance?
    Beer!!!!!

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    Originally posted by Kimpatsu
    Beer!!!!!
    Liquorice or something synthetic?
    "people speak of fallen angels. The Bible, in Genesis, mentions these fallen angels as sons of God, or in some Bibles they're called the Watchers. These were an entity, an incubus-type spirit which impregnated the women of the Earth and produced this race of people called the Nephilim. They supposedly taught man of war, magic and astrology." Carl McCoy

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    Originally posted by The Nephilim
    Liquorice or something synthetic?
    The real McCoy. I accept no substitutes.

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    Originally posted by Kimpatsu
    The real McCoy. I accept no substitutes.
    You know, on a side note, I had my first taste of a strawberry margarita last night. It was pretty dang good, too!
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    Originally posted by Chrono
    You know, on a side note, I had my first taste of a strawberry margarita last night. It was pretty dang good, too!
    Was that to get the taste of your first blow job out of your mouth?

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