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  • Venkman - Everything2.com
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  • Toothpicks: Harmless tools useful in maintaining dental hygiene, or HORRIBLE, DEADLY WEAPONS!? - Everything2.com
    the hospital and walked around with crutch es for a while If I remember correctly the toothpick managed to fracture her kneecap This is why I am careful around people with toothpicks Fear the horrible deadly weapons that are toothpicks I like it 1 C idea by lordaych Tue Nov 20 2001 at 23 31 34 One time I had the misfortune of stepping on a sharp round style toothpick Mind you I didn t just step on it I stepped into it I managed to kick my bare foot at just the right angle causing about 3 4 of the toothpick to disappear into the ball of my foot Apparently it was stuck in the carpet at just the right angle giving it enough resistance to penetrate my flesh very deeply It felt as if it had stopped right at the bone and was probably the most intense pain I d ever felt in my life I spent a few seconds trying to pull it out but every time I attempted to do so the flesh of my foot wanted to come with it I d pull the toothpick and then the ball of my foot would bulge out miserably which was quite terrifying to say the least Luckily my father was around at the time The solution was to wrap my fingers around the ball of my foot holding it firmly in place My dad then yanked the toothpick out with full force as I hollered in agony Strangely enough not a drop of blood came out The toothpick was stained red and my foot hurt intensely for about two weeks straight I had to hop on one foot or walk on the side of my foot as I was too manly or stupid to use crutches The

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  • Toothpicks: Harmless tools useful in maintaining dental hygiene, or HORRIBLE, DEADLY WEAPONS!? (thing) by Azure Monk - Everything2.com
    Coincidence Some large government agency thinks not Toothpicks are horrible deadly weapons Disturbing Yes But also enlightening Do YOU know who has access to YOUR toothpicks No one has ever died because they DIDN T have a toothpick Do the right thing locate every one of these horrible deadly weapons in the world and hide them in a box Kill anyone who refuses to give up their stockpile of these horrible deadly weapons Bury the box full of horrible deadly weapons somewhere secret Create an intricate web of lies and deceit surrounding the True Location of the box full of horrible deadly weapons Kill anyone who mentions these horrible deadly weapons Do your part make the world a safer place for future generations Unless someone takes worldwide responsibility for the proliferation of these horrible deadly weapons it will soon be too late Facts may not be true Margin of error 96 are not I like it 3 C s orbital railgun Is jessicapierce attempting to destroy everything with the help of Satan If you work in customer service you will eventually deal with stupid people A list of things kids should and should not have from a woman who has no kids Spork Every tool is a weapon if you hold it right Humorous Writings of E2 Wonko the Sane Weapon of Choice I wield a SPORK The real problem with Microsoft Severance Toothpick No one asks me if I m a Satanist or anything because I take the precaution of wearing a predominantly flannel and hawaiian shirt oriented wardrobe The Seven Deadly Sins Buying things just because they have cool packaging DOOM as a system administration tool I am a horrible driver Sign in Login Password remember me Lost password Sign up Need help accounthelp everything2 com Recommended Reading

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  • Azure Monk - Everything2.com
    for some reason Sign in Login Password remember me Lost password Sign up Need help accounthelp everything2 com Recommended Reading About Everything2 User Picks 2016 New Hampshire Democratic Primary Thomas Atkins transfinite induction September 11 2002 Not All Who Are Lost Wandered Super bowl babies Editor Picks Super Nintendo Entertainment System So you wanna be a hacker lede The world breaks everyone When did you choose to be left handed

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  • Moses - Everything2.com
    take it from him as if he couldn t believe his luck Mostly however he would just stand there looking over us as if we were his long lost family trying to protect us somehow If anyone at the table so much as glanced in his direction he would respond with a big smile sometimes with a funny face Most of the patrons along the river side a major tourist spot found his presence disconcerting and chased him away Some of the other expatriates treated him scornfully and made fun of him probably out of fear One day he appeared with a shoeshine kit Holding the brush in one hand and waving it in the air he pointed at our feet with the other Very few of the other street kids begged for money the boys shined shoes or sold newspapers and the girls peddled fragrant rings of jasmine flowers It seemed as though he was trying to support himself and we gave him our shoes and tipped him extra Sadly it didn t last long The next week we saw him again without the kit and a long sad face Obviously the other kids had taken it from him This is the hardest part of the story He was alone truly alone The shopkeepers shooed him away and all the other children on the streets avoided him The other kids all worked in pairs and spent the lull of the day playing games and walking hand in hand Moses was always by himself he had no family real or adopted All of this of course stemmed from his disability Adam and I considered paying for him to go to school but there were no such places available for him In a nation already so stifled by poverty there is precious little sympathy or resources to go around Eat everything on your plate There are children starving in other countries I remember watching Moses as he stood outside of the restaurant where tourists fed on expensive poached eggs and smoked salmon Where I sat and sipped my two dollar café au lait He was no longer smiling his eyes focusing on nothing half closed while his body gently swayed side to side Every so often he would almost topple over and just catch himself in time At first I thought he might have been tired or sick Then I realized I was looking at a starving child He was so hungry he couldn t stand He obviously hadn t begged enough money that day to be able to afford a simple meal The waitresses chased him away not wanting him to upset the patrons It is so easy to pretend that these things don t happen don t exist and to ignore them even when they are in front of you Even when a child is passing out not ten meters from where you sit eating an expensive meal None of the other customers thought to help him Towards the

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  • Moses (person) by liontamer - Everything2.com
    face Obviously the other kids had taken it from him This is the hardest part of the story He was alone truly alone The shopkeepers shooed him away and all the other children on the streets avoided him The other kids all worked in pairs and spent the lull of the day playing games and walking hand in hand Moses was always by himself he had no family real or adopted All of this of course stemmed from his disability Adam and I considered paying for him to go to school but there were no such places available for him In a nation already so stifled by poverty there is precious little sympathy or resources to go around Eat everything on your plate There are children starving in other countries I remember watching Moses as he stood outside of the restaurant where tourists fed on expensive poached eggs and smoked salmon Where I sat and sipped my two dollar café au lait He was no longer smiling his eyes focusing on nothing half closed while his body gently swayed side to side Every so often he would almost topple over and just catch himself in time At first I thought he might have been tired or sick Then I realized I was looking at a starving child He was so hungry he couldn t stand He obviously hadn t begged enough money that day to be able to afford a simple meal The waitresses chased him away not wanting him to upset the patrons It is so easy to pretend that these things don t happen don t exist and to ignore them even when they are in front of you Even when a child is passing out not ten meters from where you sit eating an expensive meal None of the other customers thought to help him Towards the end of my time in Cambodia Moses became Moses He appeared at our table one morning nervously holding the laminated sign up for us to read He probably had no idea that he had been given a name or what anything on the sign said He just knew that when he showed it to foreigners on the riverside they smiled at him and gave him their shoes to be cleaned It must have seemed magical and there was a new hope in his eyes At some point I realized that Moses had never had the chance to be a kid so when a friend of mine told me she was returning to Phnom Penh I sent her a gift to pass onto him It was the simplest thing a pack of markers and a scrap book for drawing pictures It is hard to imagine that there are children in this world who will never have the opportunity to draw Kids should have it all crayons stickers googley eyes glitter colored paper They should have as much available to them as possible to encourage them to create and imagine and most

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  • liontamer - Everything2.com
    is no reason why the poet if possessed of practical intelligence cannot survive as well as the politician or the banker Don t become a dying breed Dare to stick around for the hard and beautiful harvest We need you even as we antagonize you Remember it is from the strength of your antagonists that you derive your greater authority They make it absolutely necessary for you to be more than yourself Follow Melville s precept which he had nailed to his writing desk Be true to the dreams of thy youth After your untimely and much lamented death we would shout about how much we miss the uniqueness of your voice your demanding presence your duende Don t wait until you are dead to know that in reality the whole of life is on your side Ben Okri A Way of Being Free The Wood Female Tiger For sheer excitement and activity very little can match the company of this hyper energetic lady In her company you will never be bored Indeed you could be mesmerized by waves of mad behaviour that send ripples of anticipation down your spine She is totally unconventional and full of fun ideas She is charming tempermental and flamboyant and unless you can keep up with her mood swings and impulsive propositions better to stay clear But if you want her be manipulative Flatter her cajole her appeal to her passionate nature and she ll lap it all up A skeleton walks in to a bar and asks for a beer and a mop Je ne t aime plus mon amour Je ne t aime plus tous les jours The world will be saved by Beauty Prince Myshkin The Idiot I want to write your name in Khmer msg me your name I mean would you prefer your online name or the one you use outside and address and I will mail it to you Some names need not apply Um by this I don t mean I might not like you but that some names just can t be written properly in Khmer Not by me anyway The added bonus is that your name will be written on the most fabulous Taiwanese stationary I have Update This offer is ongoing forever However Cute Guy stationery is running out finished graceness got the last one but I have something as delightful so put your order in today Those who have ascorbic vilk JohnnyGoodyear NinjaPenguin TheDeadGuy Apatrix rischi atesh anthropod 00100 Siobhan Starke BlueDragon arcanamundi RainDropUp siouxsie Oolong purple curtain yossarian Chihuahua Grub graceness wertperch Segnbora T iocane Chiisuta icicle cami momomom People who have sent me wicked stickers that my kids love oenone Segnbora t lara68 rischi RACECAR The Custodian RalphyK bexxta dutchess Anark 00100 Scapegoatfortheworld jessicapierce Spackle If I forgot to add you here don t take it personally I am always confused User Bookmarks Sort by name Sort by date A hollow longing in her that will last idea Driving in Japan

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  • I am worn out with the beauty of the most trivial things - Everything2.com
    movement in space their posture and their simple gestures how little toys are left on dashboards notebooks thrown into backseats and coats left in restaurant booths Thousands and thousands of random details strewn about my landscape mixed with the soundtrack of my radio their conversations and traffic noises Some people have to strain to notice these dramas or they don t see them at all I have to squint to ignore them I like it 12 C s The night I saw a man get his head blown off Empty at last she had room to unfurl The beauty of useless things I think I was watching the most beautiful thing I have ever seen I would like to step out of my heart and go walking beneath the enormous sky I realize that I ve been missing the backs of necks Los Angeles is fraught with poetry I will always be in the details I hate you Please don t leave me Things left behind beauty of the mundane I long for summer The movements exist on their own terms manifesting rare beauty the way she wears her weary The world through a filter so thin of you Saving gestures for later use I don t tell her these things and she doesn t ask Stop looking at me Transcendence through anonymity the accidental beauty of the industrial district The bittersweet apple question virgo in worn out shoes Knee Jerk Epiphanies Break me I m elated Log in or register to write something here or to contact authors Sign in Login Password remember me Lost password Sign up Need help accounthelp everything2 com Recommended Reading About Everything2 User Picks 2016 New Hampshire Democratic Primary Thomas Atkins transfinite induction September 11 2002 Not All Who Are Lost Wandered Super bowl

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