Re: No, they are two different people though. Read David t's journal comments, he posted theyre dif'

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realitybites

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> It says in there he knows all of them, kestrel and whirley d too. also,
> two hyphens make a dash, thats what "--" is

Yeah, David knows that we are all different people. Also, Americans tend to love to use dashes, semicolons, and other fancy forms of punctuation.
 
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seriously flawed - not right in the head

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> Yeah, David knows that we are all different people. Also, Americans tend
> to love to use dashes, semicolons, and other fancy forms of punctuation.

I am not one....no fancy dashes, semicolons or fancy ): or is it -

What's all that about then?
I've never figured that...closed bracket, apostrophe thing out.
Does it actually mean something?
I am being serious by the way.
 
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mozrebel

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i think its something like this
Smile
Frown
Wink

Etc. Just look at them sideways.
 
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mozrebel

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Well - you learn something new every day.

> i think its something like this
> Smile
> Frown
> Wink

> Etc. Just look at them sideways.

Wow - i just wrote ":)" and it turned into - never knew how that was done before
 
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L

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Re: Well - you learn something new every day.

> Wow - i just wrote ":)" and it turned into - never knew how
> that was done before

me neither
 
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Donnie Darko

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Re: Well - you learn something new every day.

I learned this one by mistake, you just do a colon : and the uppercase D, and it turns into a toothy grin type of deal (at least i hope so on here)
 
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