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Old 06-04-2012, 22:29   #15476
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Old 06-05-2012, 10:25   #15477
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The skys would become too dangerous with every plane cruising at only 5280 feet.
That maybe true, however maybe we can take the 10Ring to new hights! Beyond the penthouse...up, up, up and away!

Fly the friendly skys with 10-Ring Airlines, add in some strippers and serving "N Sweat" with the normal embezzlement rates added on of course!
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Old 06-05-2012, 10:32   #15478
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I didn't get a 'harumph' outa that guy!
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Old 06-05-2012, 13:00   #15479
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Fly the friendly skys with Dungeon Airlines, add in some strippers and serving "N Sweat" with the normal embezzlement rates added on of course!
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Permit me the temerity to correct your post. It is 10-Ring Airlines, not Dungeon Airlines. While the Dungeon does ALL the admin and operating work for our truly luxurious conveyance, actually calling it Dungeon Airlines would, like the name Castle Anthrax, be detremental to our attracting customers from the common-rabble-9-and-40 traveling crowd; we DO need their business to maintain our cash flow, even if their choice of caliber is otherwise beneath contempt.
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Old 06-05-2012, 13:26   #15480
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Permit me the temerity to correct your post. It is 10-Ring Airlines, not Dungeon Airlines. While the Dungeon does ALL the admin and operating work for our truly luxurious conveyance, actually calling it Dungeon Airlines would, like the name Castle Anthrax, be detremental to our attracting customers from the common-rabble-9-and-40 traveling crowd; we DO need their business to maintain our cash flow, even if their choice of caliber is otherwise beneath contempt.

Indeed we should not do anything that might detract from a very important principle. The more funds we <cough> liberate from their grasp, the less the have to waste on ineffective, sub-par calibers. We are actually performing a public service in that me may actually be reducing the popularity of these lesser rounds and making more resources avialable for a round of significance.
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Old 06-05-2012, 13:40   #15481
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We are actually performing a public service in that me may actually be reducing the popularity of these lesser rounds and making more resources avialable for a round of significance.
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It is important to note that, while REDUCING the popularity of lesser calibers is a worthy goal of our organization, we must never ERADICATE such calibers! We need a target for our nefarious financial machinations; if lesser calibers were eliminated, we would be reduced to stealing from ourselves. A most reprehensible circumstance, if it were to ever occur.
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Old 06-05-2012, 13:42   #15482
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Permit me the temerity to correct your post. It is 10-Ring Airlines, not Dungeon Airlines. While the Dungeon does ALL the admin and operating work for our truly luxurious conveyance, actually calling it Dungeon Airlines would, like the name Castle Anthrax, be detremental to our attracting customers from the common-rabble-9-and-40 traveling crowd; we DO need their business to maintain our cash flow, even if their choice of caliber is otherwise beneath contempt.
Correction made!
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Old 06-05-2012, 18:00   #15483
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It is important to note that, while REDUCING the popularity of lesser calibers is a worthy goal of our organization, we must never ERADICATE such calibers! We need a target for our nefarious financial machinations; if lesser calibers were eliminated, we would be reduced to stealing from ourselves. A most reprehensible circumstance, if it were to ever occur.

But of course, there are things that one simply does not do.
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It would not be "stealing", it would merely be a significant re-distribution of wealth.

And, I might add, another possible tax dodge....er....that is,......a new deduction.


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Old 06-05-2012, 18:26   #15485
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It would not be "stealing", it would merely be a significant re-distribution of wealth.

And, I might add, another possible tax dodge....er....that is,......a new deduction.

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Unkle, your thinking is too limited.

Not a tax deduction ... rather, a tax CREDIT!
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Old 06-05-2012, 21:33   #15486
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I didn't get a 'harumph' outa that guy!
No need to worry. He had obtained a harumph waiver.
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Old 06-06-2012, 09:09   #15487
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But Rabbi, you must remember that a "deduction" is not as closely scrutinized by the I.R.S. as is a "tax credit", due to the large number of falsified tax credits that have been claimed recently. Calling it a deduction might be the easiest way to slip it under the radar if you will.


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But Rabbi, you must remember that a "deduction" is not as closely scrutinized by the I.R.S. as is a "tax credit", due to the large number of falsified tax credits that have been claimed recently. Calling it a deduction might be the easiest way to slip it under the radar if you will.

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Your caution is valid; we shall take it under consideration. In our defense, we DO construct our tax dodges ... whoops! ... I mean, our reporting procedures ... with fully bombproof background analysis supporting their coherent viability. The people taking their kids in another country as tax credits on their US taxes may be making some illicit bucks, but they are dumb; the IRS goofed off on these claims just to make the productivity numbers look good, but now that it is in the open there will be some major league audits and back-assessments. OUR bullshi ... whoops again! ... our financial presentations! ... will fly even if the tax people look at them hard!
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Old 06-06-2012, 14:55   #15489
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Just as long as nothing cuts into the party funding.

By the way, have you seen Mongo recently ? He seems to be missing again. But there HAVE been recent sightings in Australia of their version of Sasquatch........do you think....
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Old 06-06-2012, 20:09   #15490
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Just as long as nothing cuts into the party funding.

By the way, have you seen Mongo recently ? He seems to be missing again. But there HAVE been recent sightings in Australia of their version of Sasquatch........do you think....
I would become a common-rabble-9-and-40-shooter before I would cut into the party funding.

I believe Mongo is on "detached duty" at this time. I doubt he is the Sasquatch in Australia; he has refined his style over the years as he has been part of the 10-Ring operation, and grunting around in the outback like a wild beast is not really his "thing" anymore. He keeps in shape by cramming people behind the Lagoon piano; he seems to have outsourced most of the more vulgar stuff from his Blazing Saddles days.
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Old 06-06-2012, 20:22   #15491
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I doubt he is the Sasquatch in Australia; he has refined his style over the years as he has been part of the 10-Ring operation, and grunting around in the outback like a wild beast is not really his "thing" anymore.
Yeah.

That must have been Geezie.

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Can we get a tax credit if we sweep up Mongo's "Carbon Footprints"?
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Can we get a tax credit if we sweep up Mongo's "Carbon Footprints"?
More like a "Carbon Vapor Trail"
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Old 06-06-2012, 20:42   #15494
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More like a "Carbon Vapor Trail"

Shopvac then?
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Old 06-06-2012, 21:48   #15495
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Maybe a Dyson with the vacuum with the latest Radial Root Cyclone™ technology.
Only the best for Mongo!
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Old 06-07-2012, 19:51   #15496
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The last time Mongo saw a Dyson, he tried dribbiling the ball.....
Safer with a Kirby.

Matter of fact, I haven't seen Geesie either, but TARDIS is sitting in it's normal parking place as I look out the window towards the northern end of the Lagoon, and I just finished mowing, so I know it's not a hologram THIS time.



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Old 06-07-2012, 21:43   #15497
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The last time Mongo saw a Dyson, he tried dribbiling the ball.....
Safer with a Kirby.

Matter of fact, I haven't seen Geesie either, but TARDIS is sitting in it's normal parking place as I look out the window towards the northern end of the Lagoon, and I just finished mowing, so I know it's not a hologram THIS time.



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That time with the hologram was funny though.
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The last time Mongo saw a Dyson, he tried dribbiling the ball.....
Safer with a Kirby.

Matter of fact, I haven't seen Geesie either, but TARDIS is sitting in it's normal parking place as I look out the window towards the northern end of the Lagoon, and I just finished mowing, so I know it's not a hologram THIS time.



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Those New Kirby's have automatic transmissions now! Kind of like a Power Glide.......
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Old 06-09-2012, 21:34   #15499
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Power Glide.......
"Power Glide?"

Not sure why, exactly, but that got Mrs. Taterhead's attention. She looks like she is blushing a bit.

What's that all about?
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The 10 Ring

Power Glide on aisle 4 between the Speed Stick deodorant and the KY Jelly.
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