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  • Zeke
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    Originally posted by wanjica_the_one View Post
    Good post, you didn't repeat yourself.
    You did, like clockwork.

    Do you get on the Net when your monthly check comes in?

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  • wanjica_the_one
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    Originally posted by Zeke View Post
    Eliciting your nonsense response is reward enough.
    Good post, you didn't repeat yourself.

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  • YBHMETALHEAD
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    Originally posted by Joe's Dad View Post
    Rumor has it Buckwild and Iron Boy have made a CD together. Hope it's a for realz rumor. They were set up next to each other this past weekend.
    They did, cuz they tried selling one to me at Gathering lol

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  • Zeke
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    Originally posted by wanjica_the_one View Post
    Here I thought your Fred Flintstone fingers were giving you a hard time.
    Eliciting your nonsense response is reward enough.
    Last edited by Zeke; 05-12-2013, 07:01 PM.

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  • wanjica_the_one
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    Originally posted by Zeke View Post
    No.

    You're just not worth the effort.
    Here I thought your Fred Flintstone fingers were giving you a hard time.

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  • YBHMETALHEAD
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    Originally posted by Zeke View Post
    If I remember correctly, the Red Land singers would occassionally do something somewhat out of hardcore Northern character.

    I recall liking it.
    Well thats because Redland is a Northern drum. One of tha first ones to openly sing Northern in Oklahoma since 1968 is what i've been told. I sang with them quite a bit in my youth and they've gone kinda down tha Mandaree-sounding path and they're a bit reclusive lately, but they are definitely a Northern drum.

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  • Joe's Dad
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    Originally posted by WhoMe View Post
    Joe's,

    I'm almost positive Opie can sing southern *L Top northern drums have been throwing in a southern song or two for over a decade now. Some actually sound pretty good. Others, Hmmmm?

    I too like Da' Hammer and have sat in with them a time or two. They keep it real!
    Rumor has it Buckwild and Iron Boy have made a CD together. Hope it's a for realz rumor. They were set up next to each other this past weekend.

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  • Zeke
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    Originally posted by wanjica_the_one View Post
    You forgot to roll your eyes.
    No.

    You're just not worth the effort.

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  • wanjica_the_one
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    Originally posted by Zeke View Post
    Doesn't matter: you fail to grasp even the most simple of metaphor or superficial of thought.

    I'm embarrassed for you.
    You forgot to roll your eyes.

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  • Zeke
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    Originally posted by wanjica_the_one View Post
    Your words just repeat over and over, from retarded kittens to ad hominems or was that hominy soup?
    Doesn't matter: you fail to grasp even the most simple of metaphor or superficial of thought.

    I'm embarrassed for you.

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  • wanjica_the_one
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    Originally posted by Zeke View Post
    You're so lame.

    If you desire to discuss organizational leadership where I was right, bring it. (You'll lose.)

    If you desire to bring up other ad hominem red herrings, you'll still lose.

    Truth is defined by what IS.

    What "is," is that your views are a joke.
    Your words just repeat over and over, from retarded kittens to ad hominems or was that hominy soup?

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  • Zeke
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    If I remember correctly, the Red Land singers would occassionally do something somewhat out of hardcore Northern character.

    I recall liking it.

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  • WhoMe
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    Originally posted by Joe's Dad View Post
    WhoMe,

    Will you put an example of a good Southern song, maybe from Yellowhammer or equivalent? LOL j/k

    I need to go to more powwows. I haven't heard Opie Day sing Southern yet.
    Joe's,

    I'm almost positive Opie can sing southern *L Top northern drums have been throwing in a southern song or two for over a decade now. Some actually sound pretty good. Others, Hmmmm?

    I too like Da' Hammer and have sat in with them a time or two. They keep it real!

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  • Zeke
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    Originally posted by wanjica_the_one View Post
    Which is what all the Arkansas Razorback forums say about you.

    Back to the topic. As long they sound good singing and as long as everyone is dancing, I don't see any problem.
    You're so lame.

    If you desire to discuss organizational leadership where I was right, bring it. (You'll lose.)

    If you desire to bring up other ad hominem red herrings, you'll still lose.

    Truth is defined by what IS.

    What "is," is that your views are a joke.

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  • wanjica_the_one
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    Originally posted by Zeke View Post
    1. You're a troll.
    Which is what all the Arkansas Razorback forums say about you.

    Back to the topic. As long they sound good singing and as long as everyone is dancing, I don't see any problem.
    Last edited by wanjica_the_one; 04-27-2013, 01:50 PM.

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