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  1. [00:03:19] <misterme> :::::::
  2. [00:03:29] <misterme> Venus goes about and Mars executes.  This is one of the better hours for sexual relations, intimacy, romance and passion because both planets are of this sect.  The harsh side of Mars is said to be toned down by the cool and moist of night by most ancient authors.  The effect is one of creating a magnetic attraction.  If trying to have children, this is an especially conducive hour for
  3. [00:03:29] <misterme> pregnancy.  This is because the elemental qualities of this period tend toward water which is prolific.
  4. [00:03:29] <misterme> :::::::
  5. [00:03:29] <misterme> It is also conducive for artistic creation.  Some artists may find themselves inspired at this late hour and take action, though hopefully not in the area of music.
  6. [00:04:08] <misterme> :::::::
  7. [00:04:12] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  8. [00:04:16] <misterme> c1ststssc1sc1ststsc1s.
  9. [00:04:18] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  10. [00:04:36] Last message repeated 3 time(s).
  11. [00:04:36] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  12. [00:04:42] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  13. [00:04:42] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1stsc1stsc1s.
  14. [00:05:04] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  15. [00:05:07] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  16. [00:05:11] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  17. [00:05:11] <misterme> cstscs1stscs1s.
  18. [00:05:22] <misterme> cstscs1stscs1stsc1sstcstsc1stsc1s.
  19. [00:05:25] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  20. [00:05:28] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  21. [00:05:30] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  22. [00:05:56] <misterme> :::::::
  23. [00:06:34] Last message repeated 6 time(s).
  24. [00:06:34] <misterme> ststscs1s.
  25. [00:06:37] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  26. [00:06:45] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  27. [00:06:45] <misterme> c1ststssc1s,
  28. [00:06:47] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  29. [00:06:49] <misterme> cstsfs1s.
  30. [00:06:51] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  31. [00:06:53] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  32. [00:06:54] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  33. [00:06:57] <misterme> c1tstsc1s.
  34. [00:06:58] <misterme> c1ststswc1s.
  35. [00:07:00] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  36. [00:07:05] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  37. [00:07:05] <misterme> c1ststsc1sc1stsc1s.
  38. [00:07:17] <misterme> c1ststsc1sc1stsc1tsc1sc1tstsc1stsc1tswfsc1cscstsc1stsc1stsc1tstsc1tsc1stsc1tsc1stsc1s.
  39. [00:07:21] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1st.
  40. [00:07:23] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1s.
  41. [00:07:26] <misterme> c1ststsc1tsc1s.
  42. [00:07:29] <misterme> c1ststsc1tstsc1stssc1s.
  43. [00:07:39] <misterme> c1ststsctsc1stsc1tssc1stcstscs1tstsc1stscstc1tstsc1s.
  44. [00:07:41] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  45. [00:07:48] <misterme> c1sttsc1tstscs1sc1tsfs1cstsc1scstscs1sc1tsc1s.
  46. [00:07:51] <misterme> c1ststsc1s1c.
  47. [00:07:54] <misterme> cstscs1tsssf12c.
  48. [00:08:00] <misterme> c1ststsc1tsc1tssc1tssc1tstsc1tst1s.
  49. [00:08:03] <misterme> ->
  50. [00:08:38] <misterme> :::::::
  51. [00:08:43] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  52. [00:08:50] <misterme> c1ststscs1scstscs1tstsc1tstsc1tscs1ts s
  53. [00:08:52] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  54. [00:08:54] <misterme> c1sttsc1s.
  55. [00:08:56] <misterme> c1ststsc1tsc1s.
  56. [00:09:01] <misterme> c1ststsc1tssc1tscs1tscs1tstsc1tstsc1s.
  57. [00:09:05] <misterme> c1ststsc1tsc1tscs1s.
  58. [00:09:08] <misterme> c1ststsc1tstsc1stsc1t.
  59. [00:09:10] <misterme> c1ststsc1tsc1s.
  60. [00:09:13] <misterme> c1ststsc1tssc1s.
  61. [00:09:14] <misterme> c1sttsc1s.
  62. [00:09:17] <misterme> c1ststs1tsc1tsc1s.
  63. [00:09:20] <misterme> c1tstsc1tscss.
  64. [00:09:22] <misterme> c1sttsc1stsc1s.
  65. [00:09:28] <misterme> c1ststsc1tsct1sts.
  66. [00:09:30] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  67. [00:09:36] <misterme> c1ststsc1tstsc1tstsc1tscstscs1s.
  68. [00:09:38] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1s.
  69. [00:09:41] <misterme> :o.
  70. [00:09:43] <misterme> c1sttsc1s.
  71. [00:09:45] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  72. [00:09:50] <misterme> c1ststsc1tstsc1tssc1tscs1s.
  73. [00:09:52] <misterme> c1sttsc1tssc1s.
  74. [00:09:54] <misterme> c1ststsc1s1c.
  75. [00:09:57] <misterme> c1ststsc1tsc1c1s.
  76. [00:09:59] <misterme> c1stssc1tsc1s.
  77. [00:10:01] <misterme> c1tstsc1s.
  78. [00:10:05] <misterme> c1ststswc1tsc1tsc1s.
  79. [00:10:10] <misterme> c1ststsc1tsc1tstsc1tsc1tstsc.
  80. [00:10:13] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  81. [00:10:16] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1s.
  82. [00:10:22] <misterme> c1ststsc1tscs1stsc1tstsc1tsc1tws.
  83. [00:10:23] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  84. [00:10:31] <misterme> c1ststsc1tsc1tstsc1tsc1tscstsc1tsc1s.
  85. [00:10:34] <misterme> c1ststsc1stscs1s.
  86. [00:10:37] <misterme> c1ststsc1tstsc1s.
  87. [00:10:39] <misterme> c1stsc1tssc1s.
  88. [00:10:42] <misterme> c1ststsc1tstsc1tscs.
  89. [00:10:49] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1tscs.
  90. [00:10:51] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  91. [00:10:56] <misterme> cs1ststscs.
  92. [00:10:58] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  93. [00:11:01] <misterme> c1sttscs1s.
  94. [00:11:03] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  95. [00:11:09] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  96. [00:11:09] <misterme> :::::::
  97. [00:11:37] <misterme> Venus goes about and the Sun executes.  This is another very creative hour, though few experience it except for insomniac artists, astronomers and those who work the graveyard shift.  The Sun is not of this sect, therefore it is less overt in expressing itself.
  98. [00:11:37] <misterme> :::::::
  99. [00:11:37] <misterme> Dreams at this time are more frequently about powerful people, inhibition or self expression, feelings of success and hapiness.
  100. [00:11:40] <misterme> ::::::
  101. [00:11:44] <misterme> :::::::
  102. [00:11:56] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  103. [00:11:59] <misterme> cstscs1sc1sc1s.
  104. [00:12:01] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  105. [00:12:03] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  106. [00:12:08] <misterme> c1ststsc1stscs1s1cs1tsc1stsc1s.
  107. [00:12:11] <misterme> c1ststsc1tstsc1s.
  108. [00:12:16] <misterme> c1ststsc1tstsc1tsscs1tscstscstsc1s.
  109. [00:12:19] <misterme> c1ststsc1tsc1stscs1s.
  110. [00:12:21] <misterme> cststsctstsc1s.
  111. [00:12:29] <misterme> c1ststsc1tstscs1tsts.
  112. [00:12:32] <misterme> c1sttsc1s.
  113. [00:12:34] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  114. [00:12:38] <misterme> c1ststsc1stscs1tscs1ststscs.
  115. [00:12:41] <misterme> c1ststsc1tstscs1s.
  116. [00:12:44] <misterme> cstscstscs1stsscsts.
  117. [00:12:49] <misterme> cstscs1tstsctsc1tscs1tsc1stst.
  118. [00:12:51] <misterme> cstsscs1s.
  119. [00:12:54] <misterme> c1ststsc1stscsts.
  120. [00:12:57] <misterme> cstscstsc1s.
  121. [00:13:00] <misterme> c1ststscs1tstsc.
  122. [00:13:02] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  123. [00:13:06] <misterme> c1ststscstscs1stsc1s.
  124. [00:13:09] <misterme> c1ststsc1s1c.
  125. [00:13:14] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  126. [00:13:14] <misterme> cststsc1stscs1s.
  127. [00:13:26] <misterme> c1ststsc1stssc1tsc1stsc1tsc1tscs1tsc1tscst1cstsc1t.
  128. [00:13:32] <misterme> c1ststsc1cs1stycstscs.
  129. [00:13:34] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  130. [00:13:37] <misterme> c1ststscs1s1c1s.
  131. [00:13:44] <misterme> c1ststsc1sttsc1stscs1tssc1stscs1s.
  132. [00:13:49] <misterme> c1ststsc1stscs1tsc1tscs1tscs1stcs1s.
  133. [00:13:52] <misterme> c1ststsc1tstsc1s.
  134. [00:13:58] <misterme> c1ststscs1st1s.
  135. [00:14:01] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  136. [00:14:03] <misterme> c1ststscs1stscs1s.
  137. [00:14:06] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  138. [00:14:12] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  139. [00:14:12] <misterme> c1ststsc1stscs1tscs1s.
  140. [00:14:14] <misterme> c1ststsc1tscs1s.
  141. [00:14:19] <misterme> c1tstscs1tscs1tscs1s.
  142. [00:14:25] <misterme> cstsc1tsc1tsc1tsc1tsc1sssc1dtsc1s.
  143. [00:14:32] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1tsc1tsc1ct1ctsc1ts.
  144. [00:14:36] <misterme> c1sttsc1st.c1
  145. [00:14:37] <misterme> c1sttssc1.
  146. [00:14:39] <misterme> c1sttsc1s.
  147. [00:14:42] <misterme> c1sttscs1s.
  148. [00:14:47] <misterme> c1ststsc1ssc1tsc1csct1cs1ctssc1c.
  149. [00:14:49] <misterme> c1ststsc1c.
  150. [00:14:50] <misterme> c1tstsc1c.
  151. [00:14:53] <misterme> cststsc1s.
  152. [00:14:54] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  153. [00:14:58] <misterme> cstcs1ststsc1csc1c.
  154. [00:15:00] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  155. [00:15:02] <misterme> c1ststscs1s1c1s.
  156. [00:15:05] <misterme> cststsc1stsc1s.
  157. [00:15:24] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1tssctscc1tstsc1tsc1tssc1tcstscs1tscstsc1tstsc1tcstscs1tscs1cstscs1tstsc1tscstsc1tsscfwtscsts1.
  158. [00:15:27] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  159. [00:15:31] <misterme> c1sttscs1s.
  160. [04:22:34] <misterme> good morning
  161. [05:15:48] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  162. [05:15:48] <misterme> :::::::
  163. [05:16:10] <misterme> Venus goes about and Jupiter executes.  This is typically a serene hour, and either a good time to get to sleep or to wake feeling rested and refreshed.  If so inclined, it can be good for late night get togethers with friends, and for romance, and late night TV comedy; but for the most part because this time is of the nocturnal sect, it is best for resting.
  164. [05:16:10] <misterme> :::::::
  165. [05:16:10] <misterme> Since Jupiter is not of this sect, this hour is not as spiritually uplifting as some other Jupiter hours, but rather tends toward the physical.  There may be an urge to overindulge in sweets as a result.
  166. [05:16:14] <misterme> :::::::
  167. [05:16:34] <misterme> c1ststscs1s. c1ststscs1s. c1ststscs1c. c1ststscs1k. c1ststsc1
  168. [05:16:37] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  169. [05:16:39] <misterme> c1ststscs1c
  170. [05:16:43] <misterme> c1ststssc1c
  171. [05:16:46] <misterme> cststscs1c
  172. [05:16:49] <misterme> c1ststscs1c
  173. [05:16:53] <misterme> cststscs1c
  174. [05:16:56] <misterme> c1ststscs1c
  175. [05:17:02] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  176. [05:17:02] <misterme> cstsscs1c
  177. [05:17:06] <misterme> c1ststscs1c
  178. [05:17:19] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  179. [05:17:19] <misterme> yeah i agree
  180. [05:17:22] <misterme> coffee
  181. [05:20:08] <misterme> c1ststscs1c
  182. [05:20:11] <misterme> cstscss1s
  183. [05:20:14] <misterme> c1ststscs1s
  184. [05:20:16] <misterme> c1ststsc1c
  185. [05:20:21] <misterme> c1ststsc1s
  186. [05:20:23] <misterme> cststscs1s
  187. [05:20:26] <misterme> c1ststscs1c
  188. [05:20:31] <misterme> c1ststscs1s
  189. [05:20:34] <misterme> c1ststscs1scststsc1s
  190. [05:20:38] <misterme> c1ststscs1s
  191. [05:20:47] Last message repeated 4 time(s).
  192. [05:20:47] <misterme> c1stststsc1s
  193. [05:20:49] <misterme> c1ststscs1s
  194. [05:21:03] Last message repeated 5 time(s).
  195. [05:21:03] <misterme> c1stststcs1s
  196. [05:21:05] <misterme> c1ststscs1s
  197. [05:21:17] <misterme> c1ststscs1ststscs1stscs1tscs1stsc1tsc1tsfsc1t1sc1tsc 1t2c1tsc1tsc1tsfsc1t1
  198. [05:21:22] <misterme> c1ststscs1ststrsc1s
  199. [05:21:24] <misterme> c1ststscs1s
  200. [05:21:37] <misterme> c1ststsc1sc1tscs1tsc1tsc1tsc1tsc1tsc1tsc1tsc1tsc1tsc1tsc1tsc1t1c1stsc1tswf
  201. [05:21:41] <misterme> c1ststsc1tsc1stsc1stsc1s
  202. [05:21:44] <misterme> c1ststscs1s
  203. [05:21:51] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  204. [05:21:51] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1tstsc1stsc1s
  205. [05:21:53] <misterme> Opus Bank
  206. [05:21:59] <misterme> c1ststsc1s
  207. [05:22:06] <misterme> insufficient funds fee
  208. [05:22:08] <misterme> c1ststscs1s
  209. [05:22:24] Last message repeated 3 time(s).
  210. [05:22:24] <misterme> c1ststscs1stscs1tstsc 1stsc1stsc1stsc1tsc1stsc1stsc1stw1t12
  211. [05:22:32] <misterme> c1ststscs1stsc1`stsc1st
  212. [05:22:44] <misterme> c1ststscs1stscs1tstsc1stsc1tsc1stsc1stscs1sts
  213. [05:22:54] <misterme> c1ststscs1stscs1tscs1tstsc1st
  214. [05:23:01] <misterme> c1ststscs1stscs1tscs1stsc1st
  215. [05:23:07] <misterme> c1ststscs1st
  216. [05:23:12] <misterme> c1ststscs1stscs1tstsc1stscs1ts
  217. [05:23:20] <misterme> c1ststscs1tstsc1`stsc1st
  218. [05:23:23] <misterme> c1ststscs1tstsc1st
  219. [05:23:27] <misterme> c1ststscs1tsc1
  220. [05:23:32] <misterme> :::::::
  221. [05:23:34] <misterme> shitty bank
  222. [05:23:38] <misterme> terrible bank
  223. [05:23:44] <misterme> :::::::
  224. [05:23:46] <misterme> .
  225. [05:23:56] <misterme> c1ststs cs
  226. [05:24:01] <misterme> c1ststscs1stscs1s
  227. [05:24:09] <misterme> c1ststscs1stscs1tscs1tscs1tscs1tsc1tsc1stscs1tsc1s
  228. [05:24:29] <misterme> c1ststsc1tstsc1tssc1tsc12c1ststscs1tstsc1tstswc1tstsc1tsfcsc1tsc1stsc1stcs1stc1st1c1tstsc1tstsc1tstsc1tsc1tstsc1tsc1tsfc1c1tstsc1tswt
  229. [05:24:34] <misterme> c1ststscs1tstsc1tstsc1tstsc1tsc1t
  230. [05:24:40] <misterme> c1tststsc1tststc1tststc1tststc1tsf1c1tqwttcv
  231. [05:24:47] <misterme> c1ststscs1tsc1tstsc1stc11t
  232. [05:24:52] <misterme> c1ststscs1ttsc1tstsfsc1ts
  233. [05:24:55] <misterme> c1tststsc1ststc1tc
  234. [05:25:01] <misterme> c1swtstsfc1tststststststststsc 1tstsc1tststc1ts
  235. [05:25:05] <misterme> c1stststsc1tstsc1s
  236. [05:25:09] <misterme> c1ststsc1ststsc1s
  237. [05:25:12] <misterme> opus bank
  238. [05:25:12] <misterme> .
  239. [05:25:16] <misterme> c1stststsc1ststsc1ststsc1st
  240. [05:25:24] <misterme> c1stststsc1ststsc1stststsc1ststststc1ststsc1tstscqtsc
  241. [05:25:28] <misterme> c1ststsc1stststsc1stststsc1t
  242. [05:25:34] <misterme> c1ststsc1ststsc1stsc1tstsc1stst
  243. [05:25:39] <misterme> c1stststsc1stststc1tststststc1stststst
  244. [05:25:42] <misterme> c1stststc1ststststsc
  245. [05:25:48] <misterme> c1stststsc1stststsc1ststsc1s
  246. [05:25:51] <misterme> c1stststcs1s
  247. [05:25:54] <misterme> c1stststsc1s
  248. [05:26:00] <misterme> c1ststsc1stst1f1c1s
  249. [05:26:03] <misterme> c1ststst1c1s1s
  250. [05:26:18] <misterme> c1ststsc1ststsc1ststsc1ststsc1ststsc1ststsc1stststc1ststsc1stststc1tststsc1stststc1stststc1stststc1ststsc1t
  251. [05:26:20] <misterme> c1ststsc1
  252. [05:26:25] <misterme> c1ststsc1tststsc1ststsc1tststc1swtst
  253. [05:26:29] <misterme> c1stststc1ststst1ststs
  254. [05:26:31] <misterme> c1ststsc1stst1c
  255. [05:26:35] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1c
  256. [05:26:38] <misterme> c1ststc1stst1c
  257. [05:26:40] <misterme> c1stst1c1c
  258. [05:26:42] <misterme> c1stst1c
  259. [05:26:48] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  260. [05:26:48] <misterme> c1ststsc1t1c1t
  261. [05:26:52] <misterme> c1tststsc1ststst1c
  262. [05:26:55] <misterme> c1ststs1c1c
  263. [05:26:58] <misterme> c1ststs1c
  264. [05:27:04] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  265. [05:27:04] <misterme> c1stst1c1s
  266. [05:27:06] <misterme> c1ststst1c1s
  267. [05:27:09] <misterme> c1ststsc1c1s
  268. [05:27:11] <misterme> c1ststs1c1s
  269. [05:27:13] <misterme> c1ststsc1c
  270. [05:27:17] <misterme> c1ststs1c1sc1s
  271. [05:27:20] <misterme> c1ststsc1c
  272. [05:27:21] <misterme> c1stst1c
  273. [05:27:23] <misterme> Friday
  274. [05:27:31] <misterme> they didn't put the money in the account
  275. [05:27:34] <misterme> c1ststs1c1c
  276. [05:27:38] <misterme> i'll keep $15
  277. [05:27:40] <misterme> c1ststsc1s
  278. [05:27:46] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  279. [05:27:46] <misterme> c1stststs1c
  280. [05:27:48] <misterme> c1ststsc1c
  281. [05:27:48] <misterme> .
  282. [05:27:54] <misterme> might as well have sucked jose's dick
  283. [05:28:02] <misterme> about danny exercising at fred meyer for happy gas
  284. [05:28:06] <misterme> Opus Bank
  285. [05:28:08] <misterme> c1ststsc1s
  286. [05:28:09] <misterme> c1ststs1c1s
  287. [05:28:11] <misterme> c1ststs1c
  288. [05:28:13] <misterme> c1ststs1c1s
  289. [05:28:28] Last message repeated 4 time(s).
  290. [05:28:28] <misterme> :::::::
  291. [05:28:30] <misterme> .
  292. [05:28:51] <misterme> superficial personality
  293. [05:28:53] <misterme> c1ststsc1s
  294. [05:28:55] <misterme> c1ststsc1s1c
  295. [05:29:01] <misterme> c1ststs1c1s
  296. [05:29:03] <misterme> c1ststs1s1c
  297. [05:29:08] <misterme> c1ststsc1c1s1s
  298. [05:29:12] <misterme> :::::::
  299. [05:29:17] <misterme> c1ststsc1c1s
  300. [05:29:21] <misterme> my room feels bigger now
  301. [05:29:23] <misterme> yeah
  302. [05:29:26] <misterme> my room is a lot more comfortable
  303. [05:29:31] <misterme> :::::::
  304. [05:29:36] <misterme> c1ststsc1s
  305. [05:32:32] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  306. [05:32:32] <misterme> c1sstssc1s
  307. [05:32:35] <misterme> .
  308. [05:32:40] <misterme> :::::::
  309. [05:32:44] <misterme> my room feels bigger now
  310. [05:32:55] <misterme> c1ststscs1s
  311. [05:32:59] <misterme> c1ststsc1s1c
  312. [05:33:05] <misterme> c1ststsc1s1sc1tsc1stc1ststsc1stsc1s
  313. [05:33:07] <misterme> c1ststsc1s
  314. [05:33:08] <misterme> c1ststc1s
  315. [05:33:10] <misterme> c1ststsc1s
  316. [05:33:14] <misterme> c1ststs1c1s
  317. [05:33:21] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  318. [05:33:21] <misterme> c1stsc1c1s
  319. [05:33:24] <misterme> c1ststsc1s
  320. [05:33:27] <misterme> c1ststs1c1s
  321. [05:33:40] Last message repeated 6 time(s).
  322. [05:33:40] <misterme> nothing like a king mountain
  323. [05:33:42] <misterme> vitamins
  324. [05:33:44] <misterme> vitamin d
  325. [05:33:45] <misterme> cranberry
  326. [05:33:50] <misterme> circulation support
  327. [05:33:56] <misterme> c1ststscs1s
  328. [05:33:59] <misterme> tylenol
  329. [05:34:06] <misterme> c1ststsc1s
  330. [05:34:09] <misterme> sunrise services
  331. [05:34:10] <misterme> katrina
  332. [05:34:12] <misterme> ..
  333. [05:34:29] <misterme> happy gas for danny at fred meyer for opus bank's accounts.
  334. [05:34:31] <misterme> .
  335. [05:34:36] <misterme> ebt card at stake.
  336. [05:34:38] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  337. [05:34:40] <misterme> cststscs1s.
  338. [05:34:43] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  339. [05:34:45] <misterme> $
  340. [05:34:52] <misterme> c1sttscs1s
  341. [05:34:58] <misterme> two cases. one criminal, one civil.
  342. [05:35:00] <misterme> the white driver.
  343. [05:35:02] <misterme> todd bjorlo.
  344. [05:35:04] <misterme> 40 in a 35.
  345. [05:35:05] <misterme> risky.
  346. [05:35:10] <misterme> might go 70 in a 60.
  347. [05:35:14] <misterme> johnny danger.
  348. [05:35:16] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  349. [05:35:18] <misterme> likes too short.
  350. [05:35:20] <misterme> name is todd.
  351. [05:35:22] <misterme> from mukilteo.
  352. [05:35:24] <misterme> snohomish couty.
  353. [05:35:27] <misterme> snohomish county.
  354. [05:35:31] <misterme> other todds
  355. [05:35:34] <misterme> ll cool j.
  356. [05:35:37] <misterme> another Brad though.
  357. [05:35:38] <misterme> Scarface.
  358. [05:35:40] <misterme> wow.
  359. [05:35:46] <misterme> and he gets over $3k a month.
  360. [05:35:52] <misterme> dan gets more money than todd too.
  361. [05:35:55] <misterme> :::::::
  362. [05:37:25] Last message repeated 28 time(s).
  363. [05:37:25] <misterme> he knows how to make a noise
  364. [05:37:29] <misterme> police harassment
  365. [05:37:45] <misterme> "a brook tumbled over the rocks"
  366. [05:37:58] <misterme> a fundamental misunderstanding of juvenile crime
  367. [05:38:00] <misterme> two cases
  368. [05:38:03] <misterme> one criminal, one civil
  369. [05:38:07] <misterme> involving
  370. [05:38:14] <misterme> Greg
  371. [05:38:18] <misterme> Greg is 41 now
  372. [05:38:25] <misterme> 3/13/1978
  373. [05:38:29] <misterme> birthdate
  374. [05:38:45] <misterme> greg has his name on the ortgage
  375. [05:38:46] <misterme> mortgage
  376. [05:38:53] <misterme> :::::::
  377. [05:39:07] <misterme> the odious methods they had used to suppress dissent
  378. [05:39:16] <misterme> he has a knack for making money
  379. [05:39:26] <misterme> she made a little bow
  380. [05:39:40] <misterme> he's very fussy about what he eats
  381. [05:40:03] <misterme> her irresistible smile
  382. [05:40:16] <misterme> an irresistible impulse
  383. [05:40:33] <misterme> she looked rather fetching in her nurses' uniform
  384. [05:40:47] <misterme> the glassy surface of the lake
  385. [05:40:53] <misterme> :::::::
  386. [05:41:12] <misterme> they concluded the deal through an intermediary
  387. [05:41:24] <misterme> 9-4-1981
  388. [05:41:33] <misterme> 4/9/2019
  389. [05:41:40] <misterme> :::::::
  390. [05:41:42] <misterme> Springtime
  391. [05:41:48] <misterme> :::::::
  392. [05:42:47] <misterme> her name was spelt out in half-inch letters on a gold chain: character, sign, symbol, mark, figure, rune.
  393. [05:43:03] <misterme> there can be no let-up in teh war on drugs
  394. [05:43:09] <misterme> there can be no let-up in the* war on drugs
  395. [05:43:18] <misterme> :::::::
  396. [05:43:45] <misterme> the intersection of two or more such highways would become major traffic nodes
  397. [05:43:50] <misterme> a noisy crowd
  398. [05:44:00] <misterme> at the oasis we encountered desert nomads
  399. [05:44:10] <misterme> he's too big to be nippy
  400. [05:44:14] <misterme> :::::::
  401. [05:44:23] <misterme> m_A_y_A_t
  402. [05:44:26] <misterme> :::::::
  403. [05:44:44] <misterme> reporters in grimy anoraks
  404. [05:44:52] <misterme> he grinned at her
  405. [05:44:59] <misterme> the sandstone is ground into powder
  406. [05:45:19] <misterme> the intersection of two or more such highways would become major traffic nodes
  407. [05:45:25] <misterme> a noisy crowd
  408. [05:45:34] <misterme> the nominal head of the campaign
  409. [05:45:35] <misterme> <-
  410. [05:45:42] <misterme> :::::::
  411. [05:45:56] <misterme> her name was spelt out in half-inch letters on a gold chain
  412. [05:46:04] <misterme> :::::::
  413. [05:46:08] <misterme> c1ststsc1s
  414. [05:47:00] <misterme> a villa sitted in an olive grove
  415. [05:47:23] <misterme> the intersection of two or more such highways would become major traffic nodes
  416. [05:47:44] <misterme> he is without doubt a superlative photographer
  417. [05:47:54] <misterme> stringy hair
  418. [05:48:14] <misterme> he gazed round the richly furnished chamber
  419. [05:48:25] <misterme> champ.
  420. [05:48:27] <misterme> number one.
  421. [05:48:28] <misterme> <-
  422. [05:48:39] <misterme> he tried to obliterate the memory
  423. [05:48:49] <misterme> Yasmin remained mute
  424. [05:48:58] <misterme> an insubstantial structure
  425. [05:49:20] <misterme> the board can't afford to dilly-dally over this issue
  426. [05:49:27] <misterme> an art prize
  427. [05:49:33] <misterme> great.
  428. [05:49:35] <misterme> terrific.
  429. [05:49:40] <misterme> tremendous.
  430. [05:49:42] <misterme> fantastic.
  431. [05:49:53] <misterme> Davies is a known criminal
  432. [05:49:59] <misterme> a dangerous animal
  433. [05:50:13] <misterme> his prized collection of soccer memorabilia
  434. [05:50:24] <misterme> tried and trusted.
  435. [05:50:33] <misterme> they endured many misfortunes.
  436. [05:50:40] <misterme> a mountain stream.
  437. [05:50:50] <misterme> Monica needed plenty of persuasion
  438. [05:51:21] <misterme> there were seventy candidates for the post.
  439. [05:51:30] <misterme> Monica needed plenty of persuasion.
  440. [05:51:40] <misterme> that idiot was driving far too fast.
  441. [05:51:47] <misterme> an embarrassing mistake.
  442. [05:51:57] <misterme> I have my duties to perform.
  443. [05:52:07] <misterme> the indescribable thrill of the chase.
  444. [05:52:19] <misterme> in high dudgeon.
  445. [05:52:30] <misterme> tinker
  446. [05:52:40] <misterme> the car reversed into a lamp post.
  447. [05:52:55] <misterme> there can be no let-up in the war on drugs.
  448. [05:53:00] <misterme> 3-13-1978.
  449. [05:53:04] <misterme> 11-2007.
  450. [05:53:08] <misterme> 4-9-2019.
  451. [05:53:10] <misterme> :::::::
  452. [05:53:16] Last message repeated 5 time(s).
  453. [05:53:16] <misterme> c1stscs1s
  454. [05:53:18] <misterme> c1stscs1s.
  455. [05:53:33] <misterme> they goggled at the well-stocked liquor stores.
  456. [05:53:45] <misterme> she wouldn't embarrass either of them by making a scene.
  457. [05:53:56] <misterme> the ferry service was discontinued.
  458. [05:54:07] <misterme> I'm at a loss to explain this state of affairs.
  459. [05:54:16] <misterme> the German port of Kiel.
  460. [05:54:27] <misterme> Amsterdam's narrow cobbled streets.
  461. [05:54:36] <misterme> an unreasonable woman.
  462. [05:54:45] <misterme> the ball rebounded off the wall.
  463. [05:54:52] <misterme> they endured many misfortunes.
  464. [05:54:59] <misterme> she won the gold.
  465. [05:55:10] <misterme> her Merseyide pronunciation.
  466. [05:55:54] <misterme> accent, manner of speaking, speech, diction, delivery, elocution, intonation; articulation, enunciation, voicing, vocalization.
  467. [05:56:05] <misterme> pronunciation.
  468. [05:56:15] <misterme> :::::::
  469. [05:56:22] <misterme> a quick look in the mirror.
  470. [05:56:54] <misterme> a woman who has been shy or awkward can become quite self-possessed as she cares for her new baby.
  471. [05:56:56] <misterme> unsure
  472. [05:57:12] <misterme> despite occasional misgivings, he was optimistic.
  473. [05:58:46] <misterme> qualm, doubt, reservation; suspicion, distrust, mistrust, lack of confidence, second thoughts; trepidation, scepticism, unease, uneasiness, anxiety, apprehension, disquiet.
  474. [05:58:54] <misterme> :::::::
  475. [05:59:23] <misterme> the opening parade gives a foretaste of the spectacle to come.
  476. [05:59:59] <misterme> sample, taster, taste, preview, specimen, example; indication, suggestion, hint, whiff; warning, forewarning, omen.
  477. [06:00:04] <misterme> :::::::
  478. [06:00:33] <misterme> the bronze plate caught the sun and flashed its radiance upon her face.
  479. [06:01:24] <misterme> light, brightness, brilliance, luminosity, beams, rays, illumination, blaze, glow, gleam, lustre, glare; luminescence, incandescence.
  480. [06:01:28] <misterme> :::::::
  481. [06:01:55] <misterme> the winners will be notified by post.
  482. [06:02:27] <misterme> mail, the postal service; airmail, surface mail, registered mail.
  483. [06:02:32] <misterme> :::::::
  484. [06:02:40] <misterme> snail mail.
  485. [06:02:50] <misterme> :::::::
  486. [06:02:55] <misterme> ::::::
  487. [06:03:06] <misterme> keep up to speed.
  488. [06:03:12] <misterme> :::::::
  489. [06:03:23] <misterme> go down with.
  490. [06:03:26] <misterme> :::::::
  491. [06:03:41] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  492. [06:03:41] <misterme> Charlotte treated him very badly.
  493. [06:04:07] <misterme> delegates were treated to authentic Indonesian dance performers.
  494. [06:04:17] <misterme> the ball rebounded off the wall.
  495. [06:04:22] <misterme> :::::::
  496. [06:04:28] <misterme> oxford guide to plain english.
  497. [06:04:49] <misterme> Davies is a known criminal.
  498. [06:04:51] <misterme> Opus Bank.
  499. [06:04:57] <misterme> Insufficient Funds Fee.
  500. [06:05:03] <misterme> :::::::
  501. [06:05:39] <misterme> ginormous.
  502. [06:05:52] <misterme> the girls collapsed in hysterics
  503. [06:05:54] <misterme> ::::::
  504. [06:06:00] <misterme> yeah
  505. [06:06:03] <misterme> :::::::
  506. [06:06:14] <misterme> modern times.
  507. [06:06:19] <misterme> a secret plan.
  508. [06:06:31] <misterme> he enjoyed the company of wealthy people.
  509. [06:06:37] <misterme> the ruler snapped.
  510. [06:06:48] <misterme> I'm making the place look presentable.
  511. [06:06:57] <misterme> demand is likely to increase.
  512. [06:07:01] <misterme> :::::::
  513. [06:07:17] <misterme> meanwhile, the forward-looking countries of Europe forged ahead.
  514. [06:07:21] <misterme> :::::::
  515. [06:07:30] <misterme> the very essence of economics.
  516. [06:07:48] <misterme> the board can't afford to dilly-dally over this issue.
  517. [06:07:56] <misterme> a combatant in the war.
  518. [06:08:06] <misterme> you humiliated me in front of the whole school.
  519. [06:08:26] <misterme> it is important to evaluate the results of surgery.
  520. [06:08:35] <misterme> demand is likely to increase.
  521. [06:08:44] <misterme> he ordered me to return.
  522. [06:08:52] <misterme> Davies is a known criminal.
  523. [06:09:01] <misterme> his prime reason for leaving.
  524. [06:09:11] <misterme> she seemed annoyed at this.
  525. [06:09:18] <misterme> negotiations are ongoing.
  526. [06:09:26] <misterme> Davies is a known criminal.
  527. [06:09:34] <misterme> there were riots in the capital.
  528. [06:09:45] <misterme> the oscillation of the pendulum.
  529. [06:09:58] <misterme> his oscillation between commerce and art.
  530. [06:10:10] <misterme> mercantile, commercial.
  531. [06:10:15] <misterme> :::::::
  532. [06:10:19] <misterme> Opus Bank.
  533. [06:10:32] <misterme> a wide range of sports facilities.
  534. [06:10:52] <misterme> their casual, happy-go-lucky manner did not exactly inspire confidence.
  535. [06:11:02] <misterme> Melissa looked so happy and excited.
  536. [06:11:11] <misterme> lock your bike to something immovable.
  537. [06:11:24] <misterme> you may nominate a candidate for leader.
  538. [06:11:29] <misterme> pure gold.
  539. [06:11:38] <misterme> Amsterdam's narrow cobbled streets.
  540. [06:11:48] <misterme> he took a tight grip on her arm.
  541. [06:11:55] <misterme> her lip swelled up.
  542. [06:12:02] <misterme> her earrings sparkled.
  543. [06:12:13] <misterme> steeple
  544. [06:12:34] <misterme> a centre of medieval scholarship.
  545. [06:12:48] <misterme> his grandmother was a rather prudish woman.
  546. [06:12:59] <misterme> at high temperatures the rocks became plastic.
  547. [06:13:13] <misterme> the pendulum started to oscillate.
  548. [06:13:21] <misterme> the oscillation of the pendulum.
  549. [06:13:27] <misterme> a secret plan.
  550. [06:13:40] <misterme> the two men were wholly different in outlook.
  551. [06:13:46] <misterme> :::::::
  552. [06:13:54] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  553. [06:13:54] <misterme> rinse
  554. [06:14:00] <misterme> :::::::
  555. [06:14:24] Last message repeated 6 time(s).
  556. [06:14:24] <misterme> it would seem an opportune moment to impose stricter regulation.
  557. [06:14:37] <misterme> :::::::
  558. [06:15:28] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  559. [06:15:28] <misterme> auspicious, propitious, favourable, advantageous, golden, felicitous; timely, convenient, suitable, appropriate, apt, fitting.
  560. [06:15:31] <misterme> disadvantageous
  561. [06:15:33] <misterme> :::::::
  562. [06:15:53] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  563. [06:15:53] <misterme> many areas in the design could do with improvement.
  564. [06:16:14] <misterme> so many academics affect high-minded seriousness.
  565. [06:16:26] <misterme> a quick look in the mirror.
  566. [06:16:28] <misterme> :::::::
  567. [06:16:30] <misterme> Opus Bank
  568. [06:16:33] <misterme> :::::::
  569. [06:33:40] Last message repeated 13 time(s).
  570. [06:33:40] <misterme> an aces bitch from kamiak.
  571. [06:33:44] <misterme> :::::::
  572. [06:34:06] Last message repeated 7 time(s).
  573. [06:34:06] <misterme> m_A_y_A_t
  574. [06:34:09] <misterme> :::::::
  575. [06:34:41] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  576. [06:34:41] <misterme> some of the girls did go to extremes, but it was really all in fun.
  577. [06:34:50] <misterme> take the mickey out of.
  578. [06:34:56] <misterme> send up.
  579. [06:34:58] <misterme> :::::::
  580. [06:35:03] <misterme> <-
  581. [06:35:28] <misterme> :::::::
  582. [06:35:45] <misterme> Mars goes about and executes.  This is a good hour for a vigorous jog or any type of physical exercise provided you don't overdo it.  Because this is the diurnal expression of Mars a word of caution is in order.  Accidents and injuries are more common now.  This is because Mars which already tends to excessive dryness (and according to medieval authors heat) becomes even more elementally
  583. [06:35:46] <misterme> unbalanced.  Rash action should be avoided.
  584. [06:35:46] <misterme> :::::::
  585. [06:35:46] <misterme> It is however a good time for action and decisions provided they have been thought through.  Boldness, courage and an increase in confidence is evident.  Dealings with military personel, athletes and the police become more common because issues arise where a show of force is called for.  It is a good hour for surgeons, dentists, metal workers, miners, and engineers.  Criminals also make
  586. [06:35:47] <misterme> effective use of this hour - hence the need for police, etc...  Dennis Cole tells me that he hears sirens more commonly than not during this hour.
  587. [06:35:48] <misterme> :::::::
  588. [06:35:53] <misterme> Opus Bank.
  589. [06:35:58] <misterme> Sunrise Services, Inc.
  590. [06:36:02] <misterme> Providence Medical.
  591. [06:36:08] <misterme> :::::::
  592. [06:36:25] <misterme> she has a beautiful face.
  593. [06:36:27] <misterme> :::::::
  594. [06:36:54] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  595. [06:36:54] <misterme> mush, dial, clock, phiz, phizog, boat race.
  596. [06:36:56] <misterme> :::::::
  597. [06:37:04] Last message repeated 6 time(s).
  598. [06:37:04] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  599. [06:37:35] <misterme> c1ststscs1c.
  600. [06:37:39] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  601. [06:37:41] <misterme> c1ststsc1s1c.
  602. [06:37:44] <misterme> c1ststscs1s1c1s.
  603. [06:40:23] <misterme> c1ststsc1s1c1sc1ststsc1stsc1sc1ststscs1sc1ststsc1ststsc1ststsc1ststsc1ststscs1stsc1ststsc1ststsc1ststsc1tssc1ststscs1tstsc1ststsc1ststsc1tststsc1ststsc1st1c1ststc1stsc1sc1ststsc1ststsc1ststc1ststsc1stsc1ststsc1ststsc1ststsc1tststsc1ststsc1stststc1stsc1ststc1ststsc1ststsc1stststc1stststc1ststsc1ststsc1ststc1stststsc1ststsc1stststc1stststc1ststsc1ststscs1ttsc1tsst1c1ststsc1ststsc1tstsc1sts
  604. [06:40:23] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1ststsc1ststsc1ststsc1stststsc1ststsc1ststsc1ststsc1ststsc1stststc1stststc1ststsc1ststc1tstsc1ststsc1ststsc1tststc1ststsc1ststst1c1ststcs1ststsc1ststsc1tstsc1ststsc1ststsc1sc1tssc1tstsc1tstsc1ststsc1ststsc1sttsc1ststc1ststsc1tstsc1ststsc1tstsc1tstsc1tstsc1ststsc1stsc1stsc1stsc1ststsc1ststsc1ststsc1ststsc1tstsc1ststsc1stc1ststsc1stsc1ststsc1ststsc1ststsc1ststc1stsc1c1ststsc1s
  605. [06:40:23] <misterme> tstsc1ststsc1stsc1ststsc1stc1ststsc1tstsc1tstc1ststsc1stscs1ststsc1ststsc1stststsc1ststsc1ststsc1ststsc1stststsc1ststsc1ststsc1stsc1ststc1ststsc1stc1ststsc1ststc1ststsc1ststsc1tstsc1tststsc1stsc1tstsc1tststc1ststsc1stststsc1stststsc1stststcststsc1ststscst1ststs1sts.
  606. [06:41:11] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  607. [06:41:17] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  608. [06:41:31] <misterme> :::::::
  609. [06:41:39] <misterme> an aces bitch from kamiak.
  610. [06:41:40] <misterme> whereas.
  611. [06:41:48] <misterme> perception beyond
  612. [06:41:52] <misterme> limited frame
  613. [06:41:55] <misterme> of experience
  614. [06:41:55] <misterme> <-
  615. [06:42:00] <misterme> :::::::
  616. [06:42:04] <misterme> closest typification.
  617. [06:42:10] <misterme> #lobby involved.
  618. [06:42:21] <misterme> :::::::
  619. [06:42:29] <misterme> "an aces bitch from kamiak"
  620. [06:42:30] <misterme> hahahha
  621. [06:42:39] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  622. [06:42:42] <misterme> take me back to c1ststsc1s.
  623. [06:42:46] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  624. [06:42:50] <misterme> a more accurate depictor.
  625. [06:43:00] <misterme> springtime.
  626. [06:43:29] <misterme> c1ststscs1c.
  627. [06:43:36] <misterme> c1ststscs1k
  628. [06:43:38] <misterme> c1ststscs1k.
  629. [06:43:48] <misterme> c1sttscs1cststscs1s.
  630. [06:43:51] <misterme> c1ststscs1k.
  631. [06:43:53] <misterme> c1sttsc1y.
  632. [06:43:55] <misterme> c1ststscs1t.
  633. [06:44:31] <misterme> c1ststscs1tsc1stcs1tc1ststsc1sc1ststsc1stsctstsc1stsc1tc1tstsc1sc1ststsc1stsc1sct1tstsc1sc1ststsc1stsc1sc1ststscs1sc1ststscs1sc1ststsc1sc1ststsc1sc1ststsc1ststsc1ststsc1ststc1stsc1stsc1s.
  634. [06:44:35] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  635. [06:44:44] <misterme> :::::::
  636. [06:45:21] <misterme> Mars goes about and executes.  This is a good hour for a vigorous jog or any type of physical exercise provided you don't overdo it.  Because this is the diurnal expression of Mars a word of caution is in order.  Accidents and injuries are more common now.  This is because Mars which already tends to excessive dryness (and according to medieval authors heat) becomes even more elementally
  637. [06:45:22] <misterme> unbalanced.  Rash action should be avoided.
  638. [06:45:22] <misterme> :::::::
  639. [06:45:22] <misterme> It is however a good time for action and decisions provided they have been thought through.  Boldness, courage and an increase in confidence is evident.  Dealings with military personel, athletes and the police become more common because issues arise where a show of force is called for.  It is a good hour for surgeons, dentists, metal workers, miners, and engineers.  Criminals also make
  640. [06:45:22] <misterme> effective use of this hour - hence the need for police, etc...  Dennis Cole tells me that he hears sirens more commonly than not during this hour.
  641. [06:45:26] <misterme> :::::::
  642. [06:45:35] Last message repeated 6 time(s).
  643. [06:45:35] <misterme> "an aces bitch from kamiak"
  644. [06:45:37] <misterme> <-
  645. [06:47:42] <misterme> green.
  646. [06:47:53] <misterme> oxford compact thesaurus.
  647. [06:47:57] <misterme> cststsc1s.
  648. [06:48:01] <misterme> c1stssc1scstscs1c.
  649. [06:48:11] <misterme> yeah
  650. [06:48:15] <misterme> c1ststsc1c1s
  651. [06:48:17] <misterme> c1ststsc1c
  652. [06:48:21] <misterme> c1ststsc1c1sc1ststc1s
  653. [06:48:24] <misterme> c1sttsc1s
  654. [06:48:30] <misterme> c1ststsc1s1c1sc1tststsc1stscs1c
  655. [06:48:34] <misterme> c1ststsc1c1s
  656. [06:48:38] <misterme> c1ststsc1c1stsssc1tsc1s
  657. [06:48:42] <misterme> c1ststsc1s
  658. [06:48:44] <misterme> c1ststsc1c1s
  659. [06:48:48] <misterme> c1ststsc1s1c1s
  660. [06:48:54] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  661. [06:48:54] <misterme> c1ststsc1s1c1stsc1s
  662. [06:49:06] <misterme> c1ststscs1c
  663. [06:49:15] <misterme> :::::::
  664. [06:49:27] <misterme> green
  665. [06:49:37] <misterme> c1ststsc1s
  666. [06:49:47] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  667. [06:49:47] <misterme> c1ststscs1tssc1tstsc1tstsc1tstsc1tstsc1ststsc1stsc1st
  668. [06:49:51] <misterme> c1ststsc1sc1tsc1s1c
  669. [06:49:54] <misterme> ststssc1s
  670. [06:49:59] <misterme> csts1ststs1cstscs
  671. [06:50:13] <misterme> 1ststsc1stssc1stscstsc1stscstscctstsc1tstc
  672. [06:50:17] <misterme> c1ststsc1tstsc1s
  673. [06:50:24] <misterme> c1ststsctscsts1s1tstsc
  674. [06:50:28] <misterme> cststsc1s
  675. [06:50:38] <misterme> c1ststsc1stscs1stscstsctsc1stscstscs1s1tscsts
  676. [06:50:43] <misterme> cstscs1stscs1s
  677. [06:51:01] <misterme> ctstsc1tstscs1tstsc1tsc1ttssc1tsc1stsc1ttst1tstsc1tsc1ststsc1tsc1tstsc1tscst1tsctstsc1tstsc1tstsc1stsc1s
  678. [06:51:56] <misterme> a superficial personality.
  679. [06:52:58] <misterme> <-
  680. [06:53:04] <misterme> "an aces bitch from kamiak"
  681. [06:53:08] <misterme> :::::::
  682. [06:53:22] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  683. [06:53:22] <misterme> m_A_y_A_t
  684. [06:53:24] <misterme> :::::::
  685. [06:53:32] Last message repeated 6 time(s).
  686. [06:53:32] <misterme> Beyoncé
  687. [06:53:33] <misterme> :::::::
  688. [06:53:35] <misterme> <-
  689. [06:53:41] <misterme> "an aces bitch from kamiak".
  690. [06:53:46] <misterme> a superficial personality.
  691. [06:53:48] <misterme> good eq.
  692. [06:53:56] <misterme> :::::::
  693. [06:58:43] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  694. [06:58:43] <misterme> https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpSwkhWvMWxTkJVjD29h3Ih6smKix5qU3&disable_polymer=true
  695. [07:08:53] <misterme> :::::::
  696. [07:09:02] Last message repeated 6 time(s).
  697. [07:09:02] <misterme> the hotel lobby was empty.
  698. [07:09:26] <misterme> :::::::
  699. [07:09:36] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  700. [07:09:36] <misterme> oxford guide to plain english.
  701. [07:09:38] <misterme> :::::::
  702. [07:10:20] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  703. [07:10:20] <misterme> https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpSwkhWvMWxTkJVjD29h3Ih6smKix5qU3&disable_polymer=true
  704. [07:10:27] <misterme> :::::::
  705. [07:10:46] <misterme> blake, brandon, brian, and at this point -- jason and andrew. Brandon's involved.
  706. [07:11:06] <misterme> https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpSwkhWvMWxTkJVjD29h3Ih6smKix5qU3&disable_polymer=true
  707. [07:11:08] <misterme> :::::::
  708. [07:11:28] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  709. [07:11:28] <misterme> she loved to horrify us with murder stories.
  710. [07:11:42] <misterme> he gained a scholarship to the college.
  711. [07:11:52] <misterme> the secrecy of the material.
  712. [07:11:54] <misterme> :::::::
  713. [07:12:08] <misterme> better count to six.
  714. [07:12:31] <misterme> factionalism.
  715. [07:12:46] <misterme> there can be no let-up in the war on drugs.
  716. [07:13:44] <misterme> thug luv.
  717. [07:14:09] <misterme> a panel will look at all the applications individually.
  718. [07:14:20] <misterme> :::::::
  719. [07:14:42] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  720. [07:14:42] <misterme> a cold-blooded massacre of innocent civilians.
  721. [07:14:58] <misterme> demand is likely to increase.
  722. [07:15:30] <misterme> the show included a rather racy striptease striptease revue.
  723. [07:15:56] <misterme> you're being deliberately obstructive!
  724. [07:16:08] <misterme> there were riots in the capital.
  725. [07:16:23] <misterme> the night was silent.
  726. [07:16:35] <misterme> they endured many misfortunes.
  727. [07:16:43] <misterme> there were riots in the capital.
  728. [07:16:51] <misterme> dream up.
  729. [07:17:05] <misterme> :::::::
  730. [07:17:10] <misterme> there's an element of danger in the job.
  731. [07:17:17] <misterme> :::::::
  732. [07:17:30] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  733. [07:17:30] <misterme> we hopped over a low fence.
  734. [07:17:43] <misterme> here are the results in reverse order.
  735. [07:17:53] <misterme> he proved to be a very knowledgeable old man.
  736. [07:18:11] <misterme> there was the ring of a bell from the gate.
  737. [07:18:23] <misterme> :::::::
  738. [07:18:26] <misterme> butchery.
  739. [07:18:27] <misterme> :::::::
  740. [07:18:31] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  741. [07:18:31] <misterme> thug luv.
  742. [07:18:38] <misterme> :::::::
  743. [07:19:07] <misterme> these transient joys will fade all too soon.
  744. [07:19:23] <misterme> evanescent.
  745. [07:19:25] <misterme> permanent
  746. [07:19:27] <misterme> :::::::
  747. [07:19:34] Last message repeated 6 time(s).
  748. [07:19:34] <misterme> thug luv.
  749. [07:19:39] <misterme> :::::::
  750. [07:19:47] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  751. [07:19:47] <misterme> we purchased the software.
  752. [07:19:48] <misterme> hahaha
  753. [07:20:00] <misterme> Member of Parliament.
  754. [07:20:08] <misterme> :::::::
  755. [07:20:14] <misterme> a two-bedroom flat.
  756. [07:20:34] <misterme> :::::::
  757. [07:20:39] <misterme> we purchased the software.
  758. [07:20:48] <misterme> :::::::
  759. [07:20:51] <misterme> domesticated animals.
  760. [07:20:58] <misterme> a naked woman.
  761. [07:21:15] <misterme> his public pronouncements were brilliantly timed and phrased.
  762. [07:21:30] <misterme> he proved to be a very knowledgable old man.
  763. [07:21:39] <misterme> church bells rang all day.
  764. [07:21:48] <misterme> I saw two tiers of empty seats.
  765. [07:22:01] <misterme> pastel colours.
  766. [07:22:06] <misterme> dark, bright
  767. [07:22:17] <misterme> a tubular metal frame.
  768. [07:22:28] <misterme> the cubs are born blind and helpless.
  769. [07:22:38] <misterme> his grandmother was a very prudish woman.
  770. [07:22:50] <misterme> he kept the ticket stub as a souvenir.
  771. [07:22:51] <misterme> hahaha
  772. [07:22:58] <misterme> :::::::
  773. [07:23:05] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  774. [07:23:05] <misterme> we purchased the software.
  775. [07:23:08] <misterme> :::::::
  776. [07:23:20] <misterme> it is prudent to obtain consent.
  777. [07:23:32] <misterme> hire purchase was a godsend to thousands of people.
  778. [07:23:39] <misterme> curse
  779. [07:23:41] <misterme> :::::::
  780. [07:23:50] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  781. [07:23:50] <misterme> the woman wore a black robe.
  782. [07:23:53] <misterme> :::::::
  783. [07:23:59] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  784. [07:23:59] <misterme> a rather dated idiom.
  785. [07:24:16] <misterme> the fixed panel should interlock with the sliding section.
  786. [07:24:27] <misterme> a cold-blooded massacre of innocent civilians.
  787. [07:24:38] <misterme> vines shaded the garden.
  788. [07:24:41] <misterme> springtime.
  789. [07:24:47] <misterme> 4/9/2019 8:24 AM
  790. [07:24:49] <misterme> Gemini.
  791. [07:24:57] <misterme> click.
  792. [07:25:06] <misterme> he hit out at the government's lack of action.
  793. [07:25:14] <misterme> he refused to divulge.
  794. [07:25:24] <misterme> the room smelled musty.
  795. [07:25:30] <misterme> surely you remembered?
  796. [07:25:39] <misterme> The A-Z approach.
  797. [07:25:48] <misterme> a low turnout invalidated the ballot.
  798. [07:26:00] <misterme> there was a little flabbiness in her lower belly.
  799. [07:26:08] <misterme> he was not privy to the discussion.
  800. [07:26:20] <misterme> the issue was the major obstruction to progress.
  801. [07:26:29] <misterme> Tom flattened the crumpled paper.
  802. [07:26:43] <misterme> they endured many misfortunes.
  803. [07:26:49] <misterme> :::::::
  804. [07:27:05] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  805. [07:27:05] <misterme> they drove the donkeys into the enclosure.
  806. [07:27:14] <misterme> she covered her nakedness.
  807. [07:27:23] <misterme> three diagonal slits.
  808. [07:27:30] <misterme> rat.
  809. [07:28:00] <misterme> their relentless pursuit of quality has paid dividends.
  810. [07:28:09] <misterme> unmerciful.
  811. [07:28:20] <misterme> all these disturbing goings-on.
  812. [07:28:28] <misterme> :::::::
  813. [07:28:29] <misterme> gawp.
  814. [07:28:35] <misterme> :::::::
  815. [07:28:48] <misterme> the board can't afford to dilly-dally over this issue.
  816. [07:28:58] <misterme> the stream had frozen overnight.
  817. [07:29:04] <misterme> a dear friend.
  818. [07:29:11] <misterme> clothed, covered
  819. [07:29:23] <misterme> a panel will look at all the applications.
  820. [07:29:48] <misterme> the wheels rotate continuously to provide power.
  821. [07:29:54] <misterme> gawp.
  822. [07:29:59] <misterme> :::::::
  823. [07:30:28] <misterme> his Republican opponent.
  824. [07:30:29] <misterme> gawp.
  825. [07:30:36] <misterme> steep cliffs.
  826. [07:30:41] <misterme> :::::::
  827. [07:30:45] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  828. [07:30:45] <misterme> gawp.
  829. [07:30:46] <misterme> :::::::
  830. [07:31:12] Last message repeated 6 time(s).
  831. [07:31:12] <misterme> the system can be utilized quickly by untrained users.
  832. [07:31:24] <misterme> the plaster covering the bricks.
  833. [07:31:38] <misterme> he proved to be a very knowledgeable old man.
  834. [07:31:48] <misterme> Michelle led them into the house.
  835. [07:31:52] <misterme> :::::::
  836. [07:32:09] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  837. [07:32:09] <misterme> meanwhile, I'll stay here.
  838. [07:32:23] <misterme> there will be enough for six to eight helpings.
  839. [07:32:34] <misterme> punters.
  840. [07:32:41] <misterme> this round is on the house.
  841. [07:32:48] <misterme> a grand hotel.
  842. [07:32:52] <misterme> :::::::
  843. [07:33:31] <misterme> the humdrum routine of work stretched out before him.
  844. [07:33:32] <misterme> :::::::
  845. [07:33:54] Last message repeated 6 time(s).
  846. [07:33:54] <misterme> humanity evolved from the higher apes.
  847. [07:34:06] <misterme> he proved to be a very knowledgable old man.
  848. [07:34:20] <misterme> the two men were wholly different in outlook.
  849. [07:34:23] <misterme> :::::::
  850. [07:34:24] <misterme> $15
  851. [07:34:29] <misterme> :::::::
  852. [07:34:46] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  853. [07:34:46] <misterme> the government expressed grave reservations about the proposals.
  854. [07:34:48] <misterme> :::::::
  855. [07:35:00] <misterme> a shortage of military hardware.
  856. [07:35:12] <misterme> we were searching for her lost keys.
  857. [07:35:25] <misterme> test your understanding of the language.
  858. [07:35:35] <misterme> we were searching for her lost keys.
  859. [07:35:46] <misterme> he kept the ticket stub as a souvenir.
  860. [07:35:55] <misterme> the dominant classes.
  861. [07:35:57] <misterme> presiding, ruling
  862. [07:36:07] <misterme> a driving licence.
  863. [07:36:10] <misterme> $15.
  864. [07:36:24] <misterme> an attempt to salvage the vessel.
  865. [07:36:36] <misterme> I'm inclined to believe her.
  866. [07:36:52] <misterme> she's inclined to gossip.
  867. [07:37:06] <misterme> the business district of Manila.
  868. [07:37:30] <misterme> a bust on a pedestal.
  869. [07:37:41] <misterme> she was overcome by a feeling of nausea.
  870. [07:37:54] <misterme> proof-read your work and correct any mistakes.
  871. [07:38:06] <misterme> they drove the donkeys into the enclosure.
  872. [07:38:23] <misterme> I woke up feeling bilious and with a headache.
  873. [07:38:33] <misterme> it took great determination to win.
  874. [07:38:37] <misterme> :::::::
  875. [07:39:07] Last message repeated 6 time(s).
  876. [07:39:07] <misterme> it is prudent to obtain consent.
  877. [07:39:11] <misterme> an aces bitch from kamiak.
  878. [07:39:25] <misterme> other side.
  879. [07:39:26] <misterme> ally
  880. [07:39:56] <misterme> :::::::
  881. [07:39:58] <misterme> out of order.
  882. [07:40:11] <misterme> :::::::
  883. [07:40:15] <misterme> there is ample time for discussion.
  884. [07:40:18] <misterme> :::::::
  885. [07:40:39] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  886. [07:40:39] <misterme> the importance of the library as a centre of learning.
  887. [07:41:03] <misterme> he soon found a means of dealing with his disobedient son.
  888. [07:41:17] <misterme> expansive moorland.
  889. [07:41:31] <misterme> her grey hair was disordered.
  890. [07:42:07] <misterme> he had committed the unforgivable sin--he had informed on his friends.
  891. [07:42:23] <misterme> any killing of animals should be painless.
  892. [07:42:41] <misterme> at the oasis we encountered desert nomads.
  893. [07:42:45] <misterme> :::::::
  894. [07:42:46] <misterme> $15.
  895. [07:42:50] <misterme> :::::::
  896. [07:43:00] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  897. [07:43:00] <misterme> INSUFFICIENT FUNDS FEE
  898. [07:43:07] <misterme> :::::::
  899. [07:43:25] <misterme> she stood irresolute outside his door.
  900. [07:43:39] <misterme> imperceptible
  901. [07:43:52] <misterme> Harry was fuming at her ingratitude.
  902. [07:44:11] <misterme> huffing and puffing.
  903. [07:44:15] <misterme> gasping (for breath).
  904. [07:44:23] <misterme> that's like a king mountain.
  905. [07:44:30] <misterme> that's like having $15 and a full tank of gas.
  906. [07:44:36] <misterme> jesus christ.
  907. [07:45:27] <misterme> duff, ropy, twopenny-halfpenny, rubbishy
  908. [07:45:32] <misterme> :::::::
  909. [07:45:37] <misterme> low-grade.
  910. [07:45:41] <misterme> :::::::
  911. [07:46:17] Last message repeated 6 time(s).
  912. [07:46:17] <misterme> cheapjack.
  913. [07:46:24] <misterme> - m_A_y_A_t
  914. [07:46:30] <misterme> <-
  915. [07:46:38] <misterme> duff, ropy, twopenny-halfpenny, rubbishy.
  916. [07:46:41] <misterme> :::::::
  917. [07:46:49] Last message repeated 3 time(s).
  918. [07:46:49] <misterme> cheapjack.
  919. [07:46:52] <misterme> twopenny-halfpenny.
  920. [07:46:56] <misterme> cheapjack.
  921. [07:46:59] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  922. [07:47:13] <misterme> they goggled at the well-stocked liquor stores.
  923. [07:47:24] <misterme> you look sort of familiar.
  924. [07:47:32] <misterme> dark
  925. [07:47:43] <misterme> a shining expanse of water.
  926. [07:47:55] <misterme> she loved to horrify us with her murder stories.
  927. [07:48:06] <misterme> he shows sympathy for the poor.
  928. [07:48:10] <misterme> cheapjack.
  929. [07:48:15] <misterme> twopenny-halfpenny.
  930. [07:48:19] <misterme> cheapjack.
  931. [07:48:38] <misterme> this signified a fundamental change.
  932. [07:48:57] <misterme> an astonished interjection from one of the audience.
  933. [07:49:09] <misterme> :::::::
  934. [07:49:10] <misterme> Too Short
  935. [07:49:15] <misterme> :::::::
  936. [07:49:19] <misterme> Get In Where You Fit In
  937. [07:49:20] <misterme> :::::::
  938. [07:49:40] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  939. [07:49:40] <misterme> you may nominate a candidate for leader.
  940. [07:49:58] <misterme> we are motivated by the need to assert our individuality.
  941. [07:50:15] <misterme> she's sensitive to changes to temperature.
  942. [07:50:17] <misterme> :::::::
  943. [07:50:39] <misterme> #marysville
  944. [07:50:45] <misterme> :::::::
  945. [07:50:48] <misterme> Too Short
  946. [07:51:05] <misterme> :::::::
  947. [07:51:12] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  948. [07:51:14] <misterme> c1wtstsc1s.
  949. [07:51:16] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  950. [07:51:22] <misterme> c1ststsc1tssc1tstsc1tstsc1tstsc1tssc1ts.
  951. [07:51:25] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  952. [07:51:28] <misterme> c1ststsc1tssc1s.
  953. [07:52:01] <misterme> c1ststsc1tstsc1tstsc1tstsc1tstsc1tstsc1stscs1tstsc1tsc1tstsc1tstsc1tstswc1sts1c1sttswc1stsc1tsc1tsc1tstsc1stsc1tstsc1tsc1tsc1tsc1tsc1tsc1tsc1tsc1tsc1tqwf1c1stsc1tsc1tc1stsc1tsc1stsc1fc1stc1stsc1stsc1s1ststc1ststc1tsc1ststsc1tstsc1stsc1s
  954. [07:52:02] <misterme> ts
  955. [07:52:04] <misterme> c1ststsc1s
  956. [07:52:07] <misterme> c1ststsc1tstsc1ststsc1s
  957. [07:52:53] <misterme> c1ststsc1tsc1sttsc1tstsc1tstsc1ststsc1stsc1tstsc1tstc1ststsc1tstsc1tsc1swtstsc1stsc1tssc1tstsc1stsc1ststsc1ststsc1tstsc1tswtsc1tcc1ststsc1tswtsc1tstsc1tswtsc1tstsc1tstsc1stsc1t1cstsc1tsfc1tscswt1sc1tstsc1tstsc1stsc1tstsc1tstsc1twstsc1tsc1twc1tsc1t2fc1swc1wsc1ststc1sc1ststsc1ststsc1sfc1c1stscs1tc1stsc1csc1tstsc1tsc1stsfsc1s
  958. [07:52:57] <misterme> :::::::
  959. [07:52:59] <misterme> .
  960. [08:03:41] <misterme> :::::::
  961. [08:04:10] Last message repeated 6 time(s).
  962. [08:04:10] <misterme> c1stsc1sc1ststsc1sc1ststsc1stscs1stcstsc1s1stscs1sc1ststsc1sc1ststsc1tstsc1stscs1stsc1s
  963. [08:04:25] <misterme> :::::::
  964. [08:04:34] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  965. [08:04:34] <misterme> c1stscs1t.
  966. [08:04:36] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  967. [08:04:42] <misterme> c1ststsc1stc1stscs1s.
  968. [08:04:57] <misterme> :::::::
  969. [08:05:02] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  970. [08:05:02] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1stscs1s.
  971. [08:05:05] <misterme> c1stsfsc1s.
  972. [08:05:08] <misterme> c1ststsc1stscs1tscs.
  973. [08:05:10] <misterme> c1stsc1tsc1s.
  974. [08:05:15] <misterme> :::::::
  975. [08:05:19] <misterme> Brotha Lynch Hung
  976. [08:05:21] <misterme> :::::::
  977. [08:05:24] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  978. [08:05:24] <misterme> 31 Summers.
  979. [08:05:27] <misterme> :::::::
  980. [08:05:43] <misterme> the winners will be notified by post.
  981. [08:06:30] <misterme> to dress it up as concern for the environment is sheer humbug.
  982. [08:06:53] <misterme> this design is out of date.
  983. [08:07:06] <misterme> we hopped over a low fence.
  984. [08:07:14] <misterme> :::::::
  985. [08:07:54] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  986. [08:07:54] <misterme> a chunky young man.
  987. [08:07:56] <misterme> "fubsy".
  988. [08:08:09] <misterme> :::::::
  989. [08:08:15] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  990. [08:08:15] <misterme> Mobb Deep
  991. [08:08:17] <misterme> :::::::
  992. [08:08:24] <misterme> Apostle's Warning
  993. [08:08:27] <misterme> :::::::
  994. [08:11:11] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  995. [08:11:11] <misterme> hahaha
  996. [08:11:19] <misterme> :::::::
  997. [08:11:39] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  998. [08:11:39] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  999. [08:11:48] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  1000. [08:11:48] <misterme> ..
  1001. [08:11:51] <misterme> cststsc1s.
  1002. [08:11:53] <misterme> cstss1s.
  1003. [08:11:55] <misterme> c1ststc1stsc1s.
  1004. [08:11:58] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1s.
  1005. [08:12:00] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1006. [08:12:06] <misterme> :::::::
  1007. [08:12:19] Last message repeated 3 time(s).
  1008. [08:12:19] <misterme> Del the Funky Homosapien
  1009. [08:12:21] <misterme> :::::::
  1010. [08:12:24] <misterme> Soopa Feen
  1011. [08:12:25] <misterme> :::::::
  1012. [08:13:13] <misterme> better count to six.
  1013. [08:25:12] <misterme> :::::::
  1014. [08:25:20] <misterme> Om Tara Tuttare Ture Soha.
  1015. [08:44:04] <misterme> 7.82240847650383511791e+3   7.84392346308720334491e+3
  1016. [10:12:11] Action: misterme slaps m_A_y_A_t around a bit with a large trout
  1017. [10:15:41] <misterme> :::::::
  1018. [10:15:55] <misterme> Mars goes about and the Moon executes.  It is harder than normal not to overreact in this hour, because this is a diurnal Mars going about that is represents a prodding to action.  Combined with the heat and dryness of the day, the Moon's cool and moist nature doesn't stand a chance.  Emotions may come to a boil.  Try to avoid domestic disputes and moody people.
  1019. [10:15:56] <misterme> :::::::
  1020. [10:15:56] <misterme> This is a good time to let off steam in physical exercise.  It is even better for doing household chores which require a great deal of energy such as scrubbing.  It is also good for cooking and baking, just as long as you check the oven timer frequently.
  1021. [10:15:58] <misterme> :::::::
  1022. [10:16:05] <misterme> oh yeah?
  1023. [10:16:07] <misterme> yeah?
  1024. [10:16:10] <misterme> E-40 too?
  1025. [10:16:12] <misterme> Brad knew.
  1026. [10:16:20] <misterme> Jeff understood it in principle and in theory.
  1027. [10:16:23] <misterme> Dan understands it by now
  1028. [10:16:27] <misterme> Greg follows the logic.
  1029. [10:16:35] <misterme> Solange is coming over to hang out with Greg?
  1030. [10:16:41] <misterme> Too Short. Listening in?
  1031. [10:16:54] <misterme> :::::::
  1032. [10:16:56] <misterme> Resources Monitor.
  1033. [10:16:59] <misterme> :::::::
  1034. [10:17:00] <misterme> wow.
  1035. [10:17:22] <misterme> Om Tara Tutture Ture Soha.
  1036. [10:17:33] Last message repeated 6 time(s).
  1037. [10:17:33] <misterme> Yeah?
  1038. [10:17:38] <misterme> and that's true too?
  1039. [10:17:38] <misterme> wow
  1040. [10:17:39] <misterme> .
  1041. [10:17:42] <misterme> hahahahha
  1042. [10:17:44] <misterme> cstscs1s?
  1043. [10:17:48] <misterme> c1ststscs1c1s!
  1044. [10:17:50] <misterme> cststscs1c.
  1045. [10:17:53] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1046. [10:17:59] <misterme> c1ststscst1tsscs.
  1047. [10:18:03] <misterme> wow.
  1048. [10:18:29] Last message repeated 11 time(s).
  1049. [10:18:29] <misterme> 1 wow.
  1050. [10:18:30] <misterme> wow.
  1051. [10:18:40] <misterme> "Om Tara Tuttare Ture Soha" ?
  1052. [10:18:47] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1053. [10:18:49] <misterme> c1sttsc1s.
  1054. [10:18:52] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1055. [10:18:54] <misterme> c1ststswc1s.
  1056. [10:18:57] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1057. [10:19:00] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1s.
  1058. [10:19:04] <misterme> c1ststsc1tsc1ststsc1s.
  1059. [10:19:07] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1060. [10:19:11] <misterme> c1sttsc1s.
  1061. [10:19:14] <misterme> but i mean
  1062. [10:19:16] <misterme> geodon
  1063. [10:19:21] <misterme> and we have to talk about opus bank
  1064. [10:19:23] <misterme> and brad's involved?
  1065. [10:19:24] <misterme> hehehe
  1066. [10:19:38] <misterme> jeff knew.
  1067. [10:19:42] <misterme> scott understood.
  1068. [10:19:45] <misterme> greg exists.
  1069. [10:19:51] <misterme> todd's aware.
  1070. [10:19:55] <misterme> mike understands.
  1071. [10:20:02] <misterme> sherrie's on the phone with brad.
  1072. [10:20:06] <misterme> yeah i heard that.
  1073. [10:20:17] <misterme> brad isn't as good of a driver as i am.
  1074. [10:20:22] <misterme> if that's how i'm going to get a bitch.
  1075. [10:20:27] <misterme> i suppose it is what it is.
  1076. [10:20:33] <misterme> durban poison.
  1077. [10:20:37] <misterme> geodon humor.
  1078. [10:20:44] <misterme> c1tstsc1s.
  1079. [10:20:47] <misterme> c1sttsc1stsc1s.
  1080. [10:20:49] <misterme> c1ststsc1s?
  1081. [10:20:52] <misterme> they don't!
  1082. [10:20:53] <misterme> wow.
  1083. [10:20:58] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  1084. [10:20:58] <misterme> ::
  1085. [10:21:01] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1086. [10:21:04] <misterme> hahahha
  1087. [10:21:06] <misterme> bitch
  1088. [10:21:11] <misterme> you aren't even mormon
  1089. [10:21:17] <misterme> tyal.
  1090. [10:21:19] <misterme> ya
  1091. [10:21:20] <misterme> ya?
  1092. [10:21:22] <misterme> OH YA?
  1093. [10:21:26] <misterme> and i have a new computer?
  1094. [10:21:32] <misterme> was
  1095. [10:21:33] <misterme> brad
  1096. [10:21:36] <misterme> COINTELRPO?
  1097. [10:21:42] <misterme> and David Mitchell is Plas?
  1098. [10:21:43] <misterme> wow.
  1099. [10:21:47] <misterme> yeah.
  1100. [10:21:54] <misterme> and they use EFNet?
  1101. [10:21:58] <misterme> wow
  1102. [10:22:02] <misterme> PlasmaStar.net
  1103. [10:22:08] <misterme> oxford compact thesaurus.
  1104. [10:22:42] <misterme> the safety regulations are very stringent.
  1105. [10:22:47] <misterme> just to ensure your safety.
  1106. [10:22:53] <misterme> Back to you, Dave.
  1107. [10:23:07] <misterme> yeah?
  1108. [10:23:17] <misterme> pretty much
  1109. [10:23:21] <misterme> wow.
  1110. [10:23:23] <misterme> that's imminent.
  1111. [10:23:32] <misterme> right in the channel i use on irc.
  1112. [10:23:34] <misterme> like he's my friend.
  1113. [10:23:43] <misterme> and i'm not opped.
  1114. [10:23:52] <misterme> the safety regulations are very stringent.
  1115. [10:24:08] <misterme> Peter was a rather stuffy individual.
  1116. [10:24:22] <misterme> the importance of the library as a centre of learning.
  1117. [10:24:35] <misterme> the cuts caused severe hardship in some areas.
  1118. [10:24:44] <misterme> an estate of zoo houses.
  1119. [10:24:53] <misterme> we went outside to watch the fireworks.
  1120. [10:25:05] <misterme> he is a noble figure of godlike magnanimity.
  1121. [10:25:18] <misterme> he interjected before there was a fight.
  1122. [10:25:20] <misterme> hahahahahahaha
  1123. [10:25:22] <misterme> yeah
  1124. [10:25:27] <misterme> i get what you mean
  1125. [10:25:33] <misterme> let's act like there's anotehr 84
  1126. [10:25:37] <misterme> that's doing a better job
  1127. [10:25:46] <misterme> than i am
  1128. [10:25:53] <misterme> ..
  1129. [10:26:07] <misterme> who is knowledgeable about modern art.
  1130. [10:26:18] <misterme> a villa sited in the olive grove.
  1131. [10:27:03] <misterme> the porters shouted to each other in uncouth tones.
  1132. [10:27:06] <misterme> :::::::
  1133. [10:27:14] <misterme> yobbish.
  1134. [10:27:17] <misterme> :::::::
  1135. [10:27:30] <misterme> 'Help,' he shouted
  1136. [10:27:44] <misterme> have/get/take one's revenge on
  1137. [10:28:00] <misterme> we've received only a handful of letters on the subject.
  1138. [10:28:31] <misterme> farmers have no money to invest in new methods of husbandry.
  1139. [10:28:47] <misterme> the careful husbandry of their slender resources.
  1140. [10:28:47] <misterme> ||
  1141. [10:28:50] <misterme> 1stscs1s.
  1142. [10:28:54] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1143. [10:29:11] <misterme> a fundamental misunderstanding of juvenile crime.
  1144. [10:29:40] <misterme> disclosure of the information would be prejudicial to the interests of the company.
  1145. [10:29:53] <misterme> beneficial
  1146. [10:30:17] <misterme> the results fall short of what was originally expected.
  1147. [10:30:38] <misterme> tradesmen standing nonchalantly outside their stores.
  1148. [10:30:51] <misterme> there was a huge hole in the roof.
  1149. [10:30:54] <misterme> ||
  1150. [10:30:59] <misterme> #marysville
  1151. [10:31:05] <misterme> beneficial.
  1152. [10:31:12] <misterme> yeah?
  1153. [10:31:16] <misterme> but i mean.
  1154. [10:31:19] <misterme> "ultimately"
  1155. [10:31:27] <misterme> beneficial
  1156. [10:31:30] <misterme> opus bank
  1157. [10:31:31] <misterme> ebt cards
  1158. [10:31:37] <misterme> 2001 oldsmobile silhouette
  1159. [10:31:41] <misterme> :::::::
  1160. [10:31:54] <misterme> he guided her to her seat.
  1161. [10:32:07] <misterme> they strolled along the river.
  1162. [10:32:08] <misterme> yeah.
  1163. [10:32:13] <misterme> ephedrine
  1164. [10:32:16] <misterme> in a bottle?
  1165. [10:32:30] <misterme> if the mixture is too thick, add a little water.
  1166. [10:32:53] <misterme> constant arguing doesn't make for a happy marriage.
  1167. [10:33:05] <misterme> ephedrine in a bottle?
  1168. [10:33:08] <misterme> mike wants the debit card?
  1169. [10:33:18] <misterme> Beyonce likes it when i lose weight.
  1170. [10:33:26] <misterme> hahahahahahahaha
  1171. [10:33:30] <misterme> is it still brad?
  1172. [10:33:37] <misterme> brad got a ticket
  1173. [10:33:40] <misterme> or brad got in a car accident
  1174. [10:33:41] <misterme> hehehe
  1175. [10:33:42] <misterme> baby
  1176. [10:33:46] <misterme> i'm not brad
  1177. [10:33:47] <misterme> hehehe
  1178. [10:33:52] <misterme> to a certain extent
  1179. [10:33:59] <misterme> let's act like brad got ephedrine yesterday.
  1180. [10:34:10] <misterme> an odour of sweat.
  1181. [10:34:22] <misterme> :::::::
  1182. [10:34:28] <misterme> c1ststsc1s,
  1183. [10:34:32] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1184. [10:34:41] <misterme> :::::::
  1185. [10:35:01] <misterme> destroy, lose over mash.
  1186. [10:35:11] <misterme> :::::::
  1187. [10:35:27] <misterme> let's act like they're earnestly wishing you well.
  1188. [10:35:33] <misterme> or even doing anything for you in general
  1189. [10:35:42] <misterme> jeff is jeff
  1190. [10:35:44] <misterme> brad is greg
  1191. [10:35:47] <misterme> danny 3nm
  1192. [10:35:59] <misterme> take me back to greg 3nm
  1193. [10:36:07] <misterme> no none of them do
  1194. [10:36:24] <misterme> they all work for a living.
  1195. [10:36:30] <misterme> yeah
  1196. [10:36:33] <misterme> scrub brushes
  1197. [10:36:35] <misterme> soap
  1198. [10:36:39] <misterme> yeah
  1199. [10:36:44] <misterme> electric* shavers
  1200. [10:36:47] <misterme> jeff knew the trick.
  1201. [10:36:53] <misterme> ok.
  1202. [10:36:57] <misterme> back to ststscs1s.
  1203. [10:37:00] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1204. [10:37:07] <misterme> brad still on the phone?
  1205. [10:37:12] <misterme> with 70 year old sherrie.
  1206. [10:37:16] <misterme> about a car accident.
  1207. [10:37:22] <misterme> restaurants.
  1208. [10:37:35] <misterme> yeah
  1209. [10:37:39] <misterme> that's one of the bottom lines
  1210. [10:37:45] <misterme> brad's righteous anger over greg's percocets
  1211. [10:37:57] <misterme> c1sttscs1s.
  1212. [10:38:06] <misterme> are we still alive?
  1213. [10:38:11] <misterme> this is geodon humor.
  1214. [10:38:26] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1215. [10:38:37] <misterme> still
  1216. [10:38:42] <misterme> wow.
  1217. [10:38:47] <misterme> brad too huh?
  1218. [10:38:55] <misterme> brad's righteous anger over greg's percocets
  1219. [10:38:58] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1220. [10:39:04] <misterme> hehehe
  1221. [10:39:08] <misterme> god damnit
  1222. [10:39:11] <misterme> why would it help him?
  1223. [10:39:12] <misterme> hahahahaha
  1224. [10:39:14] <misterme> hehe
  1225. [10:39:18] <misterme> wow.
  1226. [10:39:18] <misterme> yeah.
  1227. [10:39:22] <misterme> yep.
  1228. [10:39:25] <misterme> hehe
  1229. [10:39:31] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1230. [10:39:34] <misterme> nice.
  1231. [10:39:40] <misterme> beautiful acquisition.
  1232. [10:39:44] <misterme> stscs1s.
  1233. [10:39:47] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1234. [10:39:49] <misterme> ststssc1s.
  1235. [10:39:52] <misterme> c1ststsc1s?
  1236. [10:39:54] <misterme> stscs1s?
  1237. [10:39:59] <misterme> c1ststscs1s
  1238. [10:40:00] <misterme> c1stsscs1s
  1239. [10:40:02] <misterme> hahaha
  1240. [10:40:05] <misterme> ststscs1s
  1241. [10:40:10] <misterme> c1stscs1s
  1242. [10:40:15] <misterme> c1ststscs1ststscs1s
  1243. [10:40:19] <misterme> c1ststscs1s
  1244. [10:40:22] <misterme> yeah
  1245. [10:40:26] <misterme> $ too
  1246. [10:40:27] <misterme> <-
  1247. [10:40:28] <misterme> :o.
  1248. [10:40:31] <misterme> wow.
  1249. [10:40:37] <misterme> and brad's still on the phone with sherrie.
  1250. [10:40:52] <misterme> downslope.
  1251. [10:41:07] <misterme> some type of concatenated derivative.
  1252. [10:41:09] <misterme> hehe
  1253. [10:41:15] <misterme> brad thinks we're attractive.
  1254. [10:41:17] <misterme> wow.
  1255. [10:41:20] <misterme> yeah.
  1256. [10:41:22] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1257. [10:41:25] <misterme> hehe
  1258. [10:41:28] <misterme> Bradley!
  1259. [10:41:32] <misterme> Cheer up!
  1260. [10:41:36] <misterme> i've got my pants down already!
  1261. [10:42:04] <misterme> brad's revenge is todd's revenge.
  1262. [10:42:26] <misterme> we've got to make a decision.
  1263. [10:42:45] <misterme> the pressures are gnawing away their independence.
  1264. [10:43:02] <misterme> the reproduction of copyrighted material.
  1265. [10:43:06] <misterme> everyone chose the brad model.
  1266. [10:43:10] <misterme> where i went with the bradley.
  1267. [10:43:47] <misterme> we have to.
  1268. [10:43:50] <misterme> "monkey tricks"/
  1269. [10:43:52] <misterme> "monkey tricks".
  1270. [10:43:56] <misterme> Christ.
  1271. [10:44:03] <misterme> i think it's time to pull out the Bible.
  1272. [10:44:09] <misterme> pray to God that She doesn't go to hell.
  1273. [10:44:17] <misterme> interesting prayer.
  1274. [10:44:26] <misterme> $200 a month. the bradley.
  1275. [10:44:32] <misterme> - 'Fraid of Fifty-Five.
  1276. [10:44:37] <misterme> (literally!)
  1277. [10:44:39] <misterme> hehe
  1278. [10:44:46] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1279. [10:44:47] <misterme> so.
  1280. [10:44:48] <misterme> ?
  1281. [10:44:50] <misterme> miracle?
  1282. [10:44:54] <misterme> #marysvile!>?
  1283. [10:44:58] <misterme> ..
  1284. [10:45:01] <misterme> ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
  1285. [10:45:01] <misterme> ahahaha
  1286. [10:45:07] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1287. [10:45:10] <misterme> ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
  1288. [10:45:10] <misterme> hehe
  1289. [10:45:13] <misterme> that was cute.
  1290. [10:45:15] <misterme> c1stscs1s.
  1291. [10:45:17] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1292. [10:45:19] <misterme> c1ststscs1y.
  1293. [10:45:28] <misterme> c1ststscstscs1s1tstscs1s.
  1294. [10:45:46] <misterme> WWJD?
  1295. [10:45:47] <misterme> :)
  1296. [10:45:53] <misterme> it was Apple?
  1297. [10:45:56] <misterme> but i mean.
  1298. [10:45:59] <misterme> 101!?
  1299. [10:46:03] <misterme> (literally!?)
  1300. [10:46:12] <misterme> :::::::
  1301. [10:46:18] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  1302. [10:46:18] <misterme> oxford guide to plain english.
  1303. [10:46:21] <misterme> hehe
  1304. [10:46:24] <misterme> why don't they come in then?
  1305. [10:46:27] <misterme> that would be kind of fun.
  1306. [10:46:29] <misterme> for me.
  1307. [10:46:38] <misterme> we can see others accomplishments.
  1308. [10:46:41] <misterme> maybe even some 84s.
  1309. [10:46:50] <misterme> i love you
  1310. [10:47:01] <misterme> "WWJD?"
  1311. [10:47:10] <misterme> greg 3nm.
  1312. [10:47:18] <misterme> yeah.
  1313. [10:47:24] <misterme> i do
  1314. [10:48:00] <misterme> stsscs1s.
  1315. [10:48:02] <misterme> c1ststscss1s.
  1316. [10:48:09] <misterme> ststscs1sts1stscs1stsc1s.
  1317. [10:48:11] <misterme> c1ststscs1c.
  1318. [10:48:16] <misterme> c1ststscs1s1y.
  1319. [10:48:22] <misterme> (1, 2).
  1320. [10:48:29] <misterme> c1sttscs1t.
  1321. [10:48:35] <misterme> sherrie gets it.
  1322. [10:48:40] <misterme> greg understands.
  1323. [10:48:44] <misterme> mike's worried?
  1324. [10:48:45] <misterme> hehe
  1325. [10:48:54] <misterme> springtime.
  1326. [10:48:56] <misterme> vitamin d.
  1327. [10:49:00] <misterme> 20000 iu here we come.
  1328. [10:49:22] <misterme> right out of sunshine state.
  1329. [10:49:24] <misterme> ice
  1330. [10:49:35] <misterme> maybe i can inject sunlight into my veins
  1331. [10:49:39] <misterme> :)
  1332. [10:49:45] <misterme> the irish in the veins.
  1333. [10:50:03] <misterme> superficial.
  1334. [10:50:07] <misterme> demonstrable contribution.
  1335. [10:50:09] <misterme> fake.
  1336. [10:50:09] <misterme> fake
  1337. [10:50:14] <misterme> but i mean
  1338. [10:50:16] <misterme> teh registers.
  1339. [10:50:21] <misterme> the fact that i am taking vitamin d.
  1340. [10:50:26] <misterme> yeah.
  1341. [10:50:29] <misterme> 5000
  1342. [10:50:30] <misterme> oh.
  1343. [10:50:49] <misterme> are you?
  1344. [10:51:05] <misterme> remember that?
  1345. [10:51:07] <misterme> c1swtstscs1s.
  1346. [10:51:13] <misterme> what if i drank.
  1347. [10:51:13] <misterme> wow.
  1348. [10:51:24] <misterme> thursday night all over again.
  1349. [10:51:36] <misterme> yeah
  1350. [10:51:41] <misterme> i like you too
  1351. [10:51:47] <misterme> but
  1352. [10:51:49] <misterme> c1stssc1s.
  1353. [10:51:51] <misterme> yeah.
  1354. [10:51:54] <misterme> tstssc1s.
  1355. [10:51:57] <misterme> only a good eq.
  1356. [10:52:05] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1357. [10:52:06] <misterme> todd.
  1358. [10:52:14] <misterme> talent
  1359. [10:52:23] <misterme> hehe
  1360. [10:52:25] <misterme> mercury in taurus
  1361. [10:52:30] <misterme> Philip LaMothe's wicked.
  1362. [10:52:40] <misterme> hehe
  1363. [10:52:47] <misterme> ststscs1s.
  1364. [10:52:51] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1365. [10:53:09] <misterme> ststscs1sc1ststscs1st11ststsc1sststscs1st1tscs1sststscs1st1tstscs1sttss1s
  1366. [10:53:11] <misterme> yeah.
  1367. [10:53:12] <misterme> 35 now
  1368. [10:53:14] <misterme> YEAH
  1369. [10:53:15] <misterme> 35
  1370. [10:53:26] <misterme> t1tstscs1s.
  1371. [10:53:27] <misterme> hehehehe
  1372. [10:53:36] <misterme> it's actually always been there but needed to be more obvious.
  1373. [10:53:49] <misterme> a little solemn moment.
  1374. [10:53:57] <misterme> greg 3nm at fullspeed for a while.
  1375. [10:54:08] <misterme> i would like to but i don't know how.
  1376. [10:54:11] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1377. [10:54:13] <misterme> c1ststscs1c.
  1378. [10:54:16] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1379. [10:54:18] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1380. [10:54:22] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1381. [10:54:26] <misterme> c1ststcs1c1s.
  1382. [10:54:29] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1383. [10:54:33] <misterme> 11stscs1s.
  1384. [10:54:37] <misterme> was it a ticket?
  1385. [10:54:48] <misterme> people murder over brad humor.
  1386. [10:54:52] <misterme> law enforcement involved.
  1387. [10:54:56] <misterme> literally.
  1388. [10:55:03] <misterme> cststscs1s.
  1389. [10:55:08] <misterme> c1stsss1s and c1ststscs1s
  1390. [10:55:12] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1391. [10:55:58] <misterme> i think i'll stick with geodon humor
  1392. [10:56:15] <misterme> greg's in charge.
  1393. [10:56:17] <misterme> dad's turn.
  1394. [10:56:23] <misterme> sherrie's on the phone with brad again.
  1395. [10:56:28] <misterme> hehe
  1396. [10:56:30] <misterme> 37?
  1397. [10:56:33] <misterme> YEAH?
  1398. [10:57:05] <misterme> the campaign had been badly mismanaged.
  1399. [10:57:17] <misterme> it's light, portable, and you can use it anywhere.
  1400. [10:57:33] <misterme> he sent an emissary to Constantinople
  1401. [10:57:35] <misterme> ......
  1402. [10:57:37] <misterme> to resume talks.
  1403. [10:57:51] <misterme> Kate's off today.
  1404. [10:58:05] <misterme> they design computer aids for disabled people.
  1405. [10:58:18] <misterme> Hush! Someone will hear you.
  1406. [10:58:22] <misterme> whereas
  1407. [10:58:28] <misterme> emotional intelligence meets common sense.
  1408. [10:58:37] <misterme> :::::::
  1409. [10:59:04] <misterme> activities include sports, drama, music, and chess.
  1410. [10:59:20] <misterme> the two species of finch rarely intermingle.
  1411. [10:59:21] <misterme> :o.
  1412. [10:59:38] <misterme> :::::::
  1413. [10:59:40] <misterme> out of order.
  1414. [10:59:42] <misterme> not cricket.
  1415. [10:59:46] <misterme> out of order, not cricket.
  1416. [10:59:47] <misterme> blue.
  1417. [10:59:51] <misterme> :::::::
  1418. [11:00:05] <misterme> a sustained attack.
  1419. [11:00:17] <misterme> he lacks the humility to admit that he is wrong.
  1420. [11:00:30] <misterme> after the first film there was an intermission.
  1421. [11:00:49] <misterme> he sat at a little writing desk.
  1422. [11:01:14] <misterme> we have sought official recognition on several occassions.
  1423. [11:01:35] <misterme> you may nominate a candidate for leader.
  1424. [11:01:55] <misterme> the panel pivots inwards.
  1425. [11:02:11] <misterme> hitting those low notes is very hard.
  1426. [11:02:25] <misterme> the ascent grew steeper and he began to tire.
  1427. [11:02:40] <misterme> outpourings of nationalist discontent.
  1428. [11:02:54] <misterme> balconies projected over the lake.
  1429. [11:03:08] <misterme> developments pertaining to the economy.
  1430. [11:03:19] <misterme> primeval forest.
  1431. [11:03:20] <misterme> primeval fears.
  1432. [11:03:33] <misterme> the ascent grew steeper and he began to tire.
  1433. [11:03:49] <misterme> her mother's perpetual nagging.
  1434. [11:04:02] <misterme> a predatory gleam in his eyes.
  1435. [11:04:17] <misterme> the mayor is a model of sobriety.
  1436. [11:04:48] <misterme> the move drew an angry response from the opposition benches.
  1437. [11:05:03] <misterme> the hospital carried out a post-mortem.
  1438. [11:05:27] <misterme> he had tried to appear nonchalant about the risks that he was taking.
  1439. [11:06:07] <misterme> the insecurity of our situation.
  1440. [11:06:22] <misterme> we have had some misunderstandings.
  1441. [11:06:43] <misterme> demanding changes in the script was
  1442. [11:06:48] <misterme> megalomania
  1443. [11:07:03] <misterme> there was insufficient time available.
  1444. [11:07:18] <misterme> an irascible young man.
  1445. [11:07:34] <misterme> he has shown an aptitude for managerial responsibility.
  1446. [11:07:47] <misterme> they pulled off a daring crime.
  1447. [11:08:06] <misterme> constant arguing doesn't make for a happy marriage.
  1448. [11:08:31] <misterme> the photography conveys the beauty of the locale.
  1449. [11:08:41] <misterme> the lid of a saucepan.
  1450. [11:08:54] <misterme> some indeterminate background noise.
  1451. [11:09:54] <misterme> the success of our exports gives the lie to claims about the state of manufacturing.
  1452. [11:09:57] <misterme> confute
  1453. [11:10:01] <misterme> gainsay
  1454. [11:10:09] <misterme> confute, gainsay
  1455. [11:10:18] <misterme> shoot down (in flames).
  1456. [11:10:34] <misterme> the museum tour ends on the seventh level.
  1457. [11:10:49] <misterme> he has lived in some very out-of-the-way places.
  1458. [11:11:01] <misterme> it was a rotten thing to do.
  1459. [11:11:05] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1460. [11:11:07] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1461. [11:11:12] <misterme> cstscs1stsc1tstsc1tstsc1tscstsc1s.
  1462. [11:11:15] <misterme> rotten
  1463. [11:11:25] <misterme> postie.
  1464. [11:11:37] <misterme> the screaming abdabs.
  1465. [11:11:53] <misterme> dark, gloomy
  1466. [11:12:10] <misterme> the situation was now irretrievable.
  1467. [11:12:15] <misterme> the screaming abdabs
  1468. [11:12:28] <misterme> butcher's shufti.
  1469. [11:12:33] <misterme> doesn't matter what he did with that one
  1470. [11:12:36] <misterme> c1ststsc1s
  1471. [11:12:38] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1472. [11:12:58] <misterme> she remained silent, apart from a few non-committal remarks.
  1473. [11:13:14] <misterme> the pre-med year was a necessary term of purgatory.
  1474. [11:13:33] <misterme> the individual's right to work has been held up as sacrosanct.
  1475. [11:13:36] <misterme> c1ststsc1s*
  1476. [11:13:39] <misterme> cstscs1stscs1s.
  1477. [11:13:53] <misterme> driver's were subjected to random spot checks.
  1478. [11:14:07] <misterme> the mayor is a model of sobriety.
  1479. [11:14:08] <misterme> hehehe
  1480. [11:14:10] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1481. [11:14:11] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1482. [11:14:13] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1483. [11:14:20] <misterme> cstscs1stscs1stscs1tscs1tstscs1s?
  1484. [11:14:23] <misterme> cstscs1s?
  1485. [11:14:28] <misterme> c1ststsc1s?
  1486. [11:14:30] <misterme> cstscs1s?
  1487. [11:14:33] <misterme> c1tststsc1s
  1488. [11:14:36] <misterme> cstscs1s
  1489. [11:14:38] <misterme> c1ststscs1s
  1490. [11:14:42] <misterme> c1ststscs1stssc1s
  1491. [11:14:45] <misterme> c1ststscs1s
  1492. [11:14:49] <misterme> c1ststsc1s1cstsc1s?
  1493. [11:14:52] <misterme> c1ststsc1s?
  1494. [11:15:02] <misterme> the mayor is a model of sobriety.
  1495. [11:15:24] <misterme> :::::::
  1496. [11:15:26] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  1497. [11:15:26] <misterme> the drought spelled disaser for them.
  1498. [11:15:45] <misterme> he laughed but Olivia thought he was putting it on.
  1499. [11:15:56] <misterme> he put his thoughts down on paper.
  1500. [11:16:20] <misterme> the institution was stigmatized as a last resort for the destitute.
  1501. [11:16:35] <misterme> kittens mature when they are about a year old.
  1502. [11:17:00] <misterme> current, saved.
  1503. [11:17:14] <misterme> she has two grown-up daughters.
  1504. [11:17:28] <misterme> she's prettying herself.
  1505. [11:17:42] <misterme> he slept rough and lived on scraps.
  1506. [11:18:02] <misterme> he could not hide his dislike of this process.
  1507. [11:18:15] <misterme> it would be no imposition.
  1508. [11:18:31] <misterme> the whole thing was made from bits of scrap.
  1509. [11:19:34] <misterme> some enterprising teachers have now started their own recycling scheme.
  1510. [11:19:44] <misterme> I would never entertain such an idea.
  1511. [11:19:48] <misterme> :::::::
  1512. [11:20:04] <misterme> i like your ideas.
  1513. [11:20:08] <misterme> i might want to have sex right now.
  1514. [11:20:10] <misterme> which is the problem.
  1515. [11:20:15] <misterme> c1ststsc1s,
  1516. [11:25:01] <misterme> :::::::
  1517. [11:25:06] <misterme> Mars goes about and Saturn executes.  This tends to be a rather serious, sober time, although the feeling of depression or melancholy that usually accompanies Saturn hours will not be as evident.  This is a good time to try to solve problems that have been around for a while, but problems which spring up during this hour for the first time should be put off temporarily if possible.
  1518. [11:25:07] <misterme> :::::::
  1519. [11:25:07] <misterme> This is a good time to deal with issues of safety and security, particularly in the structure of buildings and homes.  Stock up on necessities and inventory what is needed.
  1520. [11:25:09] <misterme> ::::::
  1521. [11:25:10] <misterme> ..
  1522. [11:25:22] <misterme> c1stsscs1s
  1523. [11:25:24] <misterme> c1stsscs1s!
  1524. [11:25:27] <misterme> cstscs1s!
  1525. [11:25:29] <misterme> c1ststscs1s!
  1526. [11:25:32] <misterme> c1sttsc1s!
  1527. [11:25:35] <misterme> c1ststscs1s!
  1528. [11:25:39] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1529. [11:25:41] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1530. [11:25:44] <misterme> c1ststscs1stscs1s.
  1531. [11:25:47] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1532. [11:25:53] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  1533. [11:25:53] <misterme> c1ststscs1stsc1s.
  1534. [11:25:55] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1535. [11:25:57] <misterme> c1stssc1s.
  1536. [11:26:03] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1s.
  1537. [11:26:05] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1538. [11:26:15] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  1539. [11:26:15] <misterme> c1ststscs1tstsc1stsc1tscs1tsc1stsc1s.
  1540. [11:26:20] <misterme> ^- :o.
  1541. [11:26:21] <misterme> go woody.
  1542. [11:26:23] <misterme> $uccess.
  1543. [11:26:28] <misterme> :::::::
  1544. [11:26:48] <misterme>  the mayor is a model of sobriety.
  1545. [11:26:59] <misterme> :::::::
  1546. [11:27:33] <misterme> this is certain to become a major issue in the future.
  1547. [11:27:37] <misterme> :::::::
  1548. [11:27:52] <misterme> they rocketed into the alley.
  1549. [11:27:55] <misterme> :::::::
  1550. [11:28:09] <misterme> he was unenthusiastic about the proposal.
  1551. [11:28:11] <misterme> :::::::
  1552. [11:28:27] <misterme> a post-mortem of her failed relationship.
  1553. [11:28:30] <misterme> :::::::
  1554. [11:28:43] <misterme> a predatory gleam in his eyes.
  1555. [11:28:45] <misterme> :::::::
  1556. [11:29:13] <misterme> demanding changes in the script was an example of the star's megalomania.
  1557. [11:29:17] <misterme> :::::::
  1558. [11:29:25] Last message repeated 6 time(s).
  1559. [11:29:25] <misterme> Om Tara Tutture Ture Soha.
  1560. [11:29:30] Last message repeated 11 time(s).
  1561. [11:29:30] <misterme> :::::::
  1562. [11:29:42] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  1563. [11:29:42] <misterme> Om Tara Tutture Ture Soha.
  1564. [11:30:06] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  1565. [11:30:06] <misterme> the sight of a dagger gave him a jolt.
  1566. [11:30:37] <misterme> his attempts to discredit them will eventually recoil on him.
  1567. [11:30:42] <misterme> 1stscs1stscs1s.
  1568. [11:30:44] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1569. [11:30:46] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1570. [11:30:50] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1571. [11:30:52] <misterme> 1ststscs1s.
  1572. [11:30:56] <misterme> cs1ststscs1s.
  1573. [11:31:00] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1574. [11:31:12] <misterme> c1stscs1stssc1s.
  1575. [11:31:27] <misterme> i love you too
  1576. [12:19:41] <misterme> dbqb.
  1577. [13:39:09] <misterme> https://www.instagram.com/p/BvXE5rIHUx8/
  1578. [16:42:25] <misterme> https://www.google.com/maps/timeline?authuser=0&pb=!1m2!1m1!1s2019-04-09
  1579. [16:43:16] <misterme> :::::::
  1580. [16:43:21] <misterme> Mars goes about and Mercury executes.  The heat and dryness of the day clarify and make distinctions more readily.  Mercury executing in this environment becomes more analytical.  Thinking is clearer and sharper, and Mars impels toward action.  For this reason, this is one of the best hours of the week to make decisions.  Decisions made in this hour generally have clear consequences.
  1581. [16:43:21] <misterme> :::::::
  1582. [16:43:22] <misterme> It is a good hour for writing critical essays, technical manuals, problem solving and engineering solutions.  Due to Mars going about by day it is best to be a bit more cautious than usual of sharp objects, particularly, cuts to extremeties such as hands and feet.  Paper cuts are more common at this time.  Driving in traffic may be more tricky than usual; be careful of road rage.
  1583. [16:43:25] <misterme> :::::::
  1584. [16:43:49] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1585. [16:43:51] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1586. [16:43:53] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1587. [16:43:59] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  1588. [16:43:59] <misterme> cstscs1stsc1stsc1stsc1s.
  1589. [16:44:01] <misterme> c1stscs1s.
  1590. [16:44:05] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  1591. [16:44:05] <misterme> c1stscs1sscs1s.
  1592. [16:44:09] <misterme> cs1ssc1tscs1s.
  1593. [16:44:12] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1594. [16:44:14] <misterme> c1stsscs1s.
  1595. [16:44:17] <misterme> cst1stsc1s.
  1596. [16:44:20] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1597. [16:44:25] <misterme> c1ststscs1stsscs1s.
  1598. [16:44:29] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1s1c1s.
  1599. [16:44:33] <misterme> c1ststsc1s1c1scstsc1s.
  1600. [16:44:36] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1601. [16:44:39] <misterme> cstscs1stscs1s.
  1602. [16:44:41] <misterme> cststscs1s.
  1603. [16:44:43] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1604. [16:44:48] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  1605. [16:44:48] <misterme> cststscs1s.
  1606. [16:44:51] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1607. [16:44:53] <misterme> cststsc1s.
  1608. [16:44:55] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1609. [16:44:57] <misterme> cststsc1s.
  1610. [16:45:00] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1611. [16:45:02] <misterme> cststscs1s.
  1612. [16:45:04] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1613. [16:45:07] <misterme> cststscs1s.
  1614. [16:45:11] <misterme> cstscs1stscs1stscs1s.
  1615. [16:45:14] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1616. [16:45:16] <misterme> cststsc1s.
  1617. [16:45:19] <misterme> cstssc1s.
  1618. [16:45:21] <misterme> cststsc1s.
  1619. [16:45:23] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1620. [16:45:25] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1621. [16:45:28] <misterme> cststscs1s.
  1622. [16:45:30] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1623. [16:45:35] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  1624. [16:45:35] <misterme> cststscs1s.
  1625. [16:45:37] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1626. [16:45:41] <misterme> cststscs1scstsc1s.
  1627. [16:45:44] <misterme> cststscs1s.
  1628. [16:45:47] <misterme> cststsc1stscs1stscs1s.
  1629. [16:45:50] <misterme> cststscs1stscs1s.
  1630. [16:45:52] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1631. [16:45:56] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1632. [16:45:59] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1633. [16:46:03] <misterme> c1ststcs1s.
  1634. [16:46:07] <misterme> cstscs1scstscs1s.
  1635. [16:46:11] <misterme> cstscs1sc1s.
  1636. [16:46:15] <misterme> csstscs1stsc1s.
  1637. [16:46:17] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1638. [16:46:20] <misterme> cstscs1tscs1stscs1s.
  1639. [16:46:23] <misterme> cstscs1stsc1s.
  1640. [16:46:27] <misterme> cstscs1tscs1stscs1tscs1s.
  1641. [16:46:30] <misterme> c1stssc1stsc1s.
  1642. [16:46:32] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1643. [16:46:35] <misterme> cstscs1stsc1s.
  1644. [16:46:38] <misterme> c1stscs1tscs1s.
  1645. [16:46:40] <misterme> cstswcs1s.
  1646. [16:46:41] <misterme> cstsc1s.
  1647. [16:46:44] <misterme> cstscs1stsc1stsc1s.
  1648. [16:46:47] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1649. [16:46:49] <misterme> c1ststswcs1s.
  1650. [16:46:51] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1651. [16:46:53] <misterme> c1stscs1s.
  1652. [16:46:54] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1653. [16:46:59] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsct1s.
  1654. [16:47:01] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1655. [16:47:03] <misterme> c1stscs1s.
  1656. [16:47:05] <misterme> c1stssc1s.
  1657. [16:47:08] <misterme> c1stsfsc1s.
  1658. [16:47:09] <misterme> cstsc1s.
  1659. [16:47:10] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1660. [16:47:13] <misterme> cststsc1scxs1s.
  1661. [16:47:15] <misterme> cstsc1s.
  1662. [16:47:17] <misterme> cstscs1tscs1s.
  1663. [16:47:21] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1664. [16:47:23] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1665. [16:47:26] <misterme> c1stssc1s.
  1666. [16:47:28] <misterme> cststsc1s.
  1667. [16:47:31] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1668. [16:47:34] <misterme> c1ststsc1stscs1stsc1s.
  1669. [16:47:39] <misterme> c1stssc1stsc1s.
  1670. [16:47:41] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1671. [16:47:44] <misterme> cstscs1stscs1s.
  1672. [16:47:46] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1673. [16:47:48] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1674. [16:47:52] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1675. [16:47:54] <misterme> c1stscs1s.
  1676. [16:47:57] <misterme> c1stssc1stsc1s.
  1677. [16:48:02] <misterme> c1stscs1stsc1sc1stsc1s.
  1678. [16:48:04] <misterme> cstsc1stsc1s.
  1679. [16:48:07] <misterme> c1ststsc1stsc1s.
  1680. [16:48:09] <misterme> c1stssc1s.
  1681. [16:48:11] <misterme> c1stsfs1s.
  1682. [16:48:13] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1683. [16:48:17] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  1684. [16:48:17] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1685. [16:48:20] <misterme> :::::::
  1686. [16:48:22] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1687. [16:48:24] <misterme> cstscs1s.
  1688. [16:48:26] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1689. [16:48:28] <misterme> c1stssc1s.
  1690. [16:48:33] <misterme> :::::::
  1691. [16:49:29] <misterme> there were seventy candidates for the post.
  1692. [16:49:44] <misterme> a fundamental misunderstanding of juvenile crime.
  1693. [16:50:07] <misterme> it was so easy to see that she was wrought up over something.
  1694. [16:51:26] <misterme> I'm feeling a bit off colour.
  1695. [16:51:44] <misterme> a portrait of the King.
  1696. [16:51:56] <misterme> his trousers were saturated.
  1697. [16:52:10] <misterme> she decided to make away with him.
  1698. [16:52:21] <misterme> a long, incoherent speech.
  1699. [16:53:34] <misterme> I was permanently hungry.
  1700. [16:53:41] <misterme> ::::::
  1701. [16:53:49] <misterme> the evening performance.
  1702. [16:54:04] <misterme> they have very low expectations of their children.
  1703. [16:54:15] <misterme> we've got to make a decision.
  1704. [16:54:37] <misterme> :::::::
  1705. [16:54:59] <misterme> at high temperatures the rocks become plastic.
  1706. [16:55:20] <misterme> Cara became engagingly expansive.
  1707. [16:55:50] <misterme> :::::::
  1708. [16:56:18] <misterme> affectionate, fond, devoted, adoring, doting, solicitous, demonstrative.
  1709. [16:56:29] <misterme> caring, tender, warm, warm-hearted, close.
  1710. [16:56:40] <misterme> amorous, ardent, passionate, amatory.
  1711. [16:56:44] <misterme> cold, cruel
  1712. [16:56:48] <misterme> :::::::
  1713. [16:57:08] <misterme> a tiny fish with infinitesimal white scales.
  1714. [16:57:55] <misterme> the perpendicular hillside.
  1715. [16:58:06] <misterme> how to live the godly life.
  1716. [16:58:18] <misterme> this signified a fundamental change.
  1717. [16:58:51] <misterme> constant arguing doesn't make for a happy marriage.
  1718. [16:59:12] <misterme> partisanship.
  1719. [16:59:45] <misterme> bias, prejudice, one-sidedness, discrimination, favour, favouritism, partiality, sectarianism, factionalism.
  1720. [17:00:23] <misterme> her name was spelt out in half-inch letters on a gold chain.
  1721. [17:00:36] <misterme> her penetrating gaze.
  1722. [17:00:41] <misterme> :::::::
  1723. [17:00:51] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  1724. [17:00:51] <misterme> the stench sickened him.
  1725. [17:01:00] <misterme> she threw the ball back.
  1726. [17:01:08] <misterme> her earrings sparkled.
  1727. [17:01:18] <misterme> the ball rebounded off the wall.
  1728. [17:01:32] <misterme> :::::::
  1729. [17:01:34] <misterme> porous.
  1730. [17:01:39] <misterme> porous rock.
  1731. [17:02:29] <misterme> permeable, penetrable, pervious, cellular, holey; absorbent, absorptive, spongy.
  1732. [17:02:34] <misterme> impermeable
  1733. [17:02:39] <misterme> :::::::
  1734. [17:02:49] <misterme> there was a sharp knock at the door.
  1735. [17:03:16] <misterme> he soon found a means of dealing with his insubordinate son.
  1736. [17:03:24] <misterme> he was instrumental in developing new diagnostic procedures.
  1737. [17:03:35] <misterme> they goggled at the well-stocked liquor stores.
  1738. [17:03:48] <misterme> deep caves in perpetual darkness.
  1739. [17:03:56] <misterme> he drew an oblique line on the graph.
  1740. [17:04:06] <misterme> horn players tend to be individualists.
  1741. [17:04:16] <misterme> the evacuation of civilians.
  1742. [17:04:17] <misterme> hahaha
  1743. [17:04:25] <misterme> he was licensed to spell spirits.
  1744. [17:04:52] <misterme> she was ducked in the river.
  1745. [17:05:03] <misterme> the discussions are still at a preliminary stage.
  1746. [17:05:15] <misterme> the dispute had repercussions throughout Europe.
  1747. [17:05:23] <misterme> a child in a pitiful state.
  1748. [17:05:35] <misterme> Peter was a rather stuffy individual.
  1749. [17:05:44] <misterme> authentic Italian cooking.
  1750. [17:05:54] <misterme> she expatriated on the subject.
  1751. [17:06:05] <misterme> renascence
  1752. [17:06:08] <misterme> :::::::
  1753. [17:06:13] Last message repeated 5 time(s).
  1754. [17:06:13] <misterme> hahaha
  1755. [17:06:14] <misterme> :::::::
  1756. [17:06:27] Last message repeated 2 time(s).
  1757. [17:06:27] <misterme> hire purchase was a godsend to thousands of people.
  1758. [17:06:35] <misterme> we purchased the software.
  1759. [17:06:43] <misterme> the landscape inspired him to write.
  1760. [17:06:50] <misterme> the snake shed its skin.
  1761. [17:07:03] <misterme> oil and gas reserves should be husbanded.
  1762. [17:07:27] <misterme> a meeting enlivened by her wit and vivacity.
  1763. [17:07:37] <misterme> he's happy with his purchase.
  1764. [17:07:49] <misterme> a speeding car hurtled towards them.
  1765. [17:08:02] <misterme> stiff cardboard.
  1766. [17:08:19] <misterme> farmers have no money to invest in new methods of husbandry.
  1767. [17:08:33] <misterme> cool the sauce in the fridge.
  1768. [17:08:44] <misterme> her reluctance did nothing to cool his interest.
  1769. [17:08:52] <misterme> after a while, she cooled off.
  1770. [17:09:02] <misterme> we put the cake on a wire rack to cool.
  1771. [17:09:13] <misterme> she wiped the memory from her mind.
  1772. [17:09:23] <misterme> it's hard work but very satisfying.
  1773. [17:09:48] <misterme> the process is iterated until a convincing agreement is reached.
  1774. [17:10:00] <misterme> they sought shelter from the winter snows.
  1775. [17:10:10] <misterme> they use alien dogmas to indoctrinate the masses.
  1776. [17:10:18] <misterme> it's hard work but very satisfying.
  1777. [17:10:29] <misterme> a golden opportunity.
  1778. [17:10:42] <misterme> I felt quite embarrassed whenever I talked to her.
  1779. [17:10:49] <misterme> that proves I'm right.
  1780. [17:11:00] <misterme> he was an inspiring example to his pupils.
  1781. [17:11:09] <misterme> Amsterdam's narrow cobbled streets.
  1782. [17:11:29] <misterme> each researcher had his or her own idiosyncratic approah.
  1783. [17:11:31] <misterme> each researcher had his or her own idiosyncratic approach.
  1784. [17:11:43] <misterme> :::::::
  1785. [17:12:27] <misterme> a last chance to satisfy his hunger for romance.
  1786. [17:12:37] <misterme> a refuge for failures, freeloaders, and misfits.
  1787. [17:12:43] <misterme> a strip of paper.
  1788. [17:12:53] <misterme> the officer mishandled the situation.
  1789. [17:13:01] <misterme> Miguelito began to sing.
  1790. [17:13:14] <misterme> save for a rainy day.
  1791. [17:13:28] <misterme> the stuffing is coming out of the armchair.
  1792. [17:13:37] <misterme> the post is at a senior level.
  1793. [17:13:50] <misterme> I draw the line at badger-baiting.
  1794. [17:14:03] <misterme> he was so pale that she thought he would faint.
  1795. [17:14:12] <misterme> she felt the pull of the sea.
  1796. [17:14:22] <misterme> these transient joys will fade all too soon.
  1797. [17:14:35] <misterme> I'm not too proud to admit I'm wrong.
  1798. [17:14:46] <misterme> he's too indolent to achieve anything worthwhile.
  1799. [17:14:57] <misterme> he was scarlet with embarrassment.
  1800. [17:15:08] <misterme> his difficulties preclude him from living a normal life.
  1801. [17:15:19] <misterme> her golden hair.
  1802. [17:15:41] <misterme> a godless society.
  1803. [17:15:51] <misterme> the proud parents beamed.
  1804. [17:16:01] <misterme> her skirt still had a faint mark on it.
  1805. [17:16:08] <misterme> that proves I'm right.
  1806. [17:16:16] <misterme> in a forward direction.
  1807. [17:16:23] <misterme> a steep increase.
  1808. [17:16:33] <misterme> the two countries have yet to finalize a deal.
  1809. [17:16:42] <misterme> rebellious troops went on the rampage.
  1810. [17:16:52] <misterme> a series of fluctuations in the earth's temperature.
  1811. [17:17:01] <misterme> she does most of the manual work.
  1812. [17:17:10] <misterme> I have no qualms about going to Japan.
  1813. [17:17:20] <misterme> doctors were unanimous about the effects.
  1814. [17:17:27] <misterme> Davies is a known criminal.
  1815. [17:17:33] <misterme> delicate embroidery.
  1816. [17:17:39] <misterme> he was naturalized in 1950.
  1817. [17:17:47] <misterme> authentic Italian cooking.
  1818. [17:18:07] <misterme> they set about their assigned jobs with diligence.
  1819. [17:18:13] <misterme> porous rock.
  1820. [17:18:23] <misterme> a deterioration in law and order.
  1821. [17:18:32] <misterme> a scandalous waste of taxpayers' money.
  1822. [17:18:41] <misterme> wines of uniform effervescence.
  1823. [17:18:47] <misterme> she combed her hair.
  1824. [17:18:57] <misterme> sales growth has been nothing short of phenomenal.
  1825. [17:19:04] <misterme> an embargo on oil sales.
  1826. [17:19:14] <misterme> the stuffing is coming out of the armchair.
  1827. [17:19:23] <misterme> what's all the fuss about?
  1828. [17:19:32] <misterme> test your understanding of the language.
  1829. [17:19:38] <misterme> a glut of cars.
  1830. [17:19:46] <misterme> an auxiliary power source.
  1831. [17:19:55] <misterme> nitrate is leached from the soil by the rain.
  1832. [17:20:05] <misterme> the ham is then steeped in brine.
  1833. [17:20:18] <misterme> Eddy presented a cheque to the winner.
  1834. [17:20:28] <misterme> he ducked behind the wall.
  1835. [17:20:37] <misterme> he paused significantly.
  1836. [17:20:49] <misterme> there is no room for the dilettante in this business.
  1837. [17:20:55] <misterme> professional
  1838. [17:21:05] <misterme> she shaded in the picture.
  1839. [17:21:29] <misterme> an eerie place, full of strange sounds and things too frightful to contemplate.
  1840. [17:21:38] <misterme> we put the cake on a wire rack to cool.
  1841. [17:21:47] <misterme> his private life was irreproachable.
  1842. [17:22:01] <misterme> he no longer came to me for counsel.
  1843. [17:22:14] <misterme> leave the mixture to gel.
  1844. [17:22:23] <misterme> revelation of the sex scandal forced him to resign.
  1845. [17:22:41] <misterme> the collection of heterogeneous tasks that make up housework.
  1846. [17:22:49] <misterme> Iris had cooked dinner.
  1847. [17:22:59] <misterme> the proud parents beamed.
  1848. [17:23:00] <misterme> hahaha
  1849. [17:25:09] <misterme> :::::::
  1850. [17:25:15] <misterme> the traffic moved slowly forward.
  1851. [17:25:23] <misterme> the proud parents beamed.
  1852. [17:25:30] <misterme> a glut of cars.
  1853. [17:25:45] <misterme> forums were held for staff to air grievances.
  1854. [17:25:53] <misterme> police are searching for clues.
  1855. [17:25:59] <misterme> he makes models.
  1856. [17:26:05] <misterme> delicate embroidery.
  1857. [17:26:17] <misterme> I popped in for a chat.
  1858. [17:26:23] <misterme> a noisy crowd.
  1859. [17:26:33] <misterme> China retained control over the region.
  1860. [17:26:44] <misterme> the luminaries of the art world gathered to pay homage.
  1861. [17:26:55] <misterme> revelation of the sex scandal forced him to resign.
  1862. [17:27:06] <misterme> forums were held for staff to air grievances.
  1863. [17:27:19] <misterme> the factories are glutted.
  1864. [17:27:28] <misterme> did you ever see such a bonny baby?
  1865. [17:27:39] <misterme> the leaves turned black with rot.
  1866. [17:27:56] <misterme> her name was spelt out in half-inch letters on a gold chain.
  1867. [17:28:06] <misterme> there was a constriction in her throat.
  1868. [17:28:12] <misterme> she walked past the cafe.
  1869. [17:28:23] <misterme> there is no room for the dilettante in this business.
  1870. [17:28:31] <misterme> he was very persuadable.
  1871. [17:28:39] <misterme> expansion and contraction.
  1872. [17:28:47] <misterme> he turned and boarded the aircraft.
  1873. [17:29:00] <misterme> we are what nature and nurture have made us.
  1874. [17:29:10] <misterme> children are not as tractable as they used to be.
  1875. [17:29:19] <misterme> he drew a line through the name.
  1876. [17:29:27] <misterme> this signified a fundamental change.
  1877. [17:29:34] <misterme> an independent country.
  1878. [17:29:46] <misterme> they are unaffected by the cabinet reshuffle.
  1879. [17:29:57] <misterme> troops were sent in to suppress the rebellion.
  1880. [17:30:08] <misterme> the cuts caused severe hardship in some areas.
  1881. [17:30:16] <misterme> the roof caved in.
  1882. [17:30:25] <misterme> we are what nature and nurture have made us.
  1883. [17:30:36] <misterme> a gradual attrition of the market economy.
  1884. [17:30:44] <misterme> the plaster covering the bricks.
  1885. [17:30:51] <misterme> she wants a divorce.
  1886. [17:30:59] <misterme> suede is tough stuff.
  1887. [17:31:06] <misterme> guttersnipe.
  1888. [17:31:14] <misterme> a large, robust man.
  1889. [17:31:22] <misterme> he wore fireproof overalls.
  1890. [17:31:30] <misterme> the woman wore a black robe.
  1891. [17:31:39] <misterme> Peter was a rather stuffy individual.
  1892. [17:31:46] <misterme> a mountain stream.
  1893. [17:31:57] <misterme> if you are in doubt, ask for advice.
  1894. [17:32:07] <misterme> the authorities were inclined to be uncooperative.
  1895. [17:32:19] <misterme> he soon found a means of dealing with his insubordinate son.
  1896. [17:32:27] <misterme> she tapped on the door.
  1897. [17:32:40] <misterme> it horrified her to think how foolish she had been.
  1898. [17:32:49] <misterme> test your understanding of the language.
  1899. [17:32:58] <misterme> a speeding car hurtled towards them.
  1900. [17:33:05] <misterme> the children are sick.
  1901. [17:33:13] <misterme> she gaped at him in astonishment.
  1902. [17:33:23] <misterme> a last chance to satisfy his hunger for romance.
  1903. [17:33:34] <misterme> a little foresight might have saved them a lot of money.
  1904. [17:33:43] <misterme> significantly better.
  1905. [17:33:54] <misterme> a deterioration in law and order.
  1906. [17:34:00] <misterme> a naked woman.
  1907. [17:34:12] <misterme> I'm sorry to call at such an awkward time.
  1908. [17:34:27] <misterme> moreover, statistics show that competition for places is growing.
  1909. [17:34:37] <misterme> he is tied up in meetings all morning.
  1910. [17:34:46] <misterme> a speeding car hurtled towards them.
  1911. [17:34:54] <misterme> trick cyclist
  1912. [17:35:05] <misterme> he is a noble figure of godlike magnanimity.
  1913. [17:35:15] <misterme> we are ridding the building of asbestos.
  1914. [17:35:27] <misterme> I'm quite domesticated really.
  1915. [17:35:36] <misterme> he was exposed as a racist.
  1916. [17:35:49] <misterme> heat the mixture until it effervesces.
  1917. [17:35:58] <misterme> church bells rang all day.
  1918. [17:36:10] <misterme> a fashionable new wine bar has opened up.
  1919. [17:36:17] <misterme> a satisfied smile.
  1920. [17:36:24] <misterme> leave the mixture to gel.
  1921. [17:36:40] <misterme> his family owned about one sixth of the usable land in the country.
  1922. [17:36:51] <misterme> the gardens have a special dreamlike quality.
  1923. [17:37:23] <misterme> the nouveau riche of today buy leather-colored volumes by the metre.
  1924. [17:37:31] <misterme> she was afraid of being tied down.
  1925. [17:37:43] <misterme> his disposition to clemency.
  1926. [17:37:56] <misterme> he had the thin, stringy look of a rider.
  1927. [17:38:03] <misterme> he clinched the deal.
  1928. [17:38:13] <misterme> we've been relegated to the Second Division.
  1929. [17:38:34] <misterme> they were accused of complicity in the attempt to overthrow the government.
  1930. [17:38:57] <misterme> it was quite natural to think that she admired him.
  1931. [17:39:13] <misterme> the photograph hung in a polished frame.
  1932. [17:39:33] <misterme> a cursory reading of the financial pages shows this to be the case.
  1933. [17:39:44] <misterme> feathers were used to stuff the pillows.
  1934. [17:40:00] <misterme> this is suitable for general use.
  1935. [17:40:08] <misterme> titchy
  1936. [17:40:19] <misterme> I was rather dubious about the idea.
  1937. [17:40:29] <misterme> Conservative partisans.
  1938. [17:40:46] <misterme> blood was trickling from two cuts in his lip.
  1939. [17:41:04] <misterme> they fell behind on their HP instalments.
  1940. [17:41:17] <misterme> he went to fetch a doctor from the nearby village.
  1941. [17:41:28] <misterme> he interjected before there was a fight.
  1942. [17:41:39] <misterme> an illustrious general.
  1943. [17:41:55] <misterme> the pitch was very greasy.
  1944. [17:42:10] <misterme> we went outside to watch the fireworks.
  1945. [17:42:27] <misterme> they received a severe reprimand.
  1946. [17:42:42] <misterme> the level of profit fluctuates from year to year.
  1947. [17:43:09] <misterme> the intersection of two or more such highways would become major traffic nodes.
  1948. [17:43:24] <misterme> oil and gas reserves should be husbanded.
  1949. [17:43:33] <misterme> the unreal world of art.
  1950. [17:43:48] <misterme> she interjected a comment.
  1951. [17:43:56] <misterme> I've a mind to complain.
  1952. [17:44:05] <misterme> his manifest lack of interest.
  1953. [17:44:18] <misterme> a careful scan of the terrain.
  1954. [17:44:27] <misterme> unskilled manual workers.
  1955. [17:44:58] <misterme> an astonished interjection from one of the audience.
  1956. [17:45:17] <misterme> he had the thin, stringy look of a rider.
  1957. [17:45:29] <misterme> he is a noble figure of godlike magnanimity.
  1958. [17:45:39] <misterme> her eyes shone with happiness.
  1959. [17:45:58] <misterme> he sent an emissary to Constantinople for bilateral talks.
  1960. [17:46:09] <misterme> proof-read your work and correct any mistakes.
  1961. [17:46:18] <misterme> the ground is fairly firm.
  1962. [17:47:41] <misterme> hehe
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  1971. [21:11:38] <misterme> i just thought that you didn't want to come over.
  1972. [21:12:01] <misterme> c1stscs1y.
  1973. [21:12:11] <misterme> c1ststscs1t.
  1974. [21:12:13] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1975. [21:12:14] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  1976. [21:12:18] Last message repeated 1 time(s).
  1977. [21:12:18] <misterme> c1stsscs1s.
  1978. [21:12:22] <misterme> c1ststssc1stsc1s.
  1979. [21:12:26] <misterme> c1ststscs1s.
  1980. [21:12:40] <misterme> central intelligence agency
  1981. [21:12:44] <misterme> federal bureau of investigation
  1982. [21:12:48] <misterme> national security agency
  1983. [21:12:52] <misterme> 1ststscs1s.
  1984. [21:12:55] <misterme> 2stscs1s.
  1985. [21:12:57] <misterme> csstscs1s.
  1986. [21:13:23] <misterme> no, not really.
  1987. [21:14:11] <misterme> c1stsscs1s.
  1988. [21:14:15] <misterme> c1stssc1s.
  1989. [21:14:18] <misterme> c1stysscs1s.
  1990. [21:14:23] <misterme> c1sytsscs1s.
  1991. [21:15:28] <misterme> is this Beyoncé?
  1992. [21:16:03] <misterme> :::::::
  1993. [21:16:17] <misterme> Saturn goes about and Mars executes.  This is a fine hour for aerobic exercise.  It is not as favorable for brute strength training since Saturn favors enduring acts and tends to thwart anything short lived.  This is also an excellent hour for strategic long term planning a:nd initiating secret actions which you wish to go unnoticed.  
  1994. [21:16:17] <misterme> :::::::
  1995. [21:16:18] <misterme> It is easier to keep focus now because both Saturn and the nocturnal sect inhibit and train the energy reserves represented by Mars.  So do that which requires great concentration and physical coordination.  Risk of injury is less now than for any other type of Mars hour.
  1996. [21:16:21] <misterme> :::::::
  1997. [21:16:27] <misterme> for aerobic exercise?
  1998. [21:16:30] <misterme> hehe
  1999. [21:16:41] <misterme> "brute strength training"
  2000. [21:16:48] <misterme> why would there be a brute strength training?
  2001. [21:17:09] <misterme> Saturn favors enduring acts and tends to thwart anything short lived.
  2002. [21:17:13] <misterme> good sign in my opinion.
  2003. [21:17:16] <misterme> but i mean.
  2004. [21:17:17] <misterme> yeah.
  2005. [21:17:18] <misterme> finally!
  2006. [21:17:21] <misterme> if that was the case.
  2007. [21:17:24] <misterme> but.
  2008. [21:17:28] <misterme> the exception being the rule.
  2009. [21:17:35] <misterme> there was no finally!
  2010. [21:17:58] <misterme> It is easier to keep focus now because both Saturn and the nocturnal sect inhibit and train the energy reserves represented by Mars.
  2011. [21:18:01] <misterme> cool
  2012. [21:18:06] <misterme> 1ststscs1c.
  2013. [21:18:12] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  2014. [21:18:17] <misterme> c1stsscs1s.
  2015. [21:18:23] <misterme> ::
  2016. [21:18:25] <misterme> c1ststsc1s.
  2017. [21:18:27] <misterme> c1stsscs1c.
  2018. [21:18:33] <misterme> yeah
  2019. [21:18:44] <misterme> maybe you don't want to talk about it.
  2020. [00:00:00] --- Wed Apr 10 2019
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