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 Post subject: The price of Love.
PostPosted: Thu Jul 03, 2008 12:18 am 
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Ok T.V. dies Saturday. 15 year's old , time for a new one.

i have a 32" in the basement so i tell the wife , we bring it up stairs, she
snaps, not good enough.

great just cost me 5400.00 for a new 58" Panasonic Plasma , with stand.

so there we have the price of Love in my house. 5400 so she doesn't talk to me sounds like a good deal.

My wife has the life style of Evana Trump , and the bank account of Bozo the Clown.


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You're her sugar-daddy .... I'm assuming she's a lot younger than you LOL :D :D :D

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hahahahahahahaha

don t forget it is only money go work harder bro lololololol


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We bought a bigger TV then that (a Sony) for only 3200 it was back projection though


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You can't play video games on a back projection TV. :?


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don t forget it is only money go work harder bro lololololol
Fuck you , lololololololololol have a nother drink u drunk fool , lololol


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don t forget it is only money go work harder bro lololololol
Fuck you , lololololololololol have a nother drink u drunk fool , lololol
ok the next 5 vodka for u lolololol


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You can't play video games on a back projection TV. :?
Well we do :?


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hahahahahahahaha

don t forget it is only money go work harder bro lololololol
Fuck you , lololololololololol have a nother drink u drunk fool , lololol
ok the next 5 vodka for u lolololol
thanks man you are a true friend i knew i could count on u. and i will join you with a liter of Whiskey.


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I heard that the images can get burned into the screen with back projection TVs. Any experts care to lend an answer or opinion?


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I heard that the images can get burned into the screen with back projection TVs. Any experts care to lend an answer or opinion?
Ya he said he bought a new TV , there was no mention of him using it as
a Monitor.

shouldn't u be more concerned with growing a new tooth , hahaha


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I heard that the images can get burned into the screen with back projection TVs. Any experts care to lend an answer or opinion?
Maybe its true, maybe its not but it works :shock:


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lol can it killy. :lol:


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only if it i a stationary image that sits there, but that was 10 years ago
not sure if it will still do that to day.

know lets talk PIE,haha


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Apple and pumpkin all the way bitches.


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