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i wish every pizza would just regenerate itself

Granted, but then you have a stomach ache.

 

I wish my clipboard would contain something other than the same Hurt and Heal messages.

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Granted, but then you have a stomach ache.

 

I wish my clipboard would contain something other than the same Hurt and Heal messages.

 

Um, this isn't the wish thread.

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Um, this isn't the wish thread.

I know.  I just didn't want to post this:

 

LESSON 1 [13]

LESSON 2 [12]

LESSON 3 [12]

LESSON 4 [12]

LESSON 5 [12]

LESSON 6 [12]

LESSON 7 [12]

LESSON 8 [12]

NUTS AND BOLTS [16] -3

BRUSHFIRE [12]

TRINITY [12]

HUNT [12]

SOUTHPOLE [12]

TELEBLOCK [12]

ELEMENTARY [18]

CELLBLOCKED [12]

NICE DAY [12]

CASTLE MOAT [12]

DIGGER [12]

TOSSED SALAD [12]

ICEBERG [12]

FORCED ENTRY [6]

BLOBNET [10] -3

BLINK [9]

CHCHCHIPS [12]

GO WITH THE FLOW [12]

PING PONG [12]

ARCTICFLOW [12]

MISHMESH [12]

KNOT [12]

SCAVENGER HUNT [6]

CYPHER [12]

LEMMINGS [6]

LADDER [12]

SEEING STARS [12]

SAMPLER [12]

GLUT [12]

FLOORGASBORG [9] 

I. C. YOU [12]

BEWARE OF BUG [12]

LOCK BLOCK [12]

REFRACTION [9]

MONSTER LAB [16]

THREE DOORS [14]

PIER SEVEN [12]

MUGGER SQUARE [16]

PROBLEMS [12]

DIGDIRT [9] 

I SLIDE [14]

THE LAST LAUGH [12]

TRAFFIC COP [14] 

GRAIL [12]

POTPOURRI [12]

DEEPFREEZE [12]

STRANGEMAZE [12]

LOOP AROUND [12]

HIDDEN DANGER [12]

SCOUNDREL [14]

SLO MO [9]

BLOCK FACTORY [12]

SPOOKS [12]

AMSTERDAM [9]

VICTIM [12]

CHIPMINE [12]

EENY MINY MOE [14]

BOUNCE CITY [12]

NIGHTMARE [14]

CORRIDOR [12]

REVERSE ALLEY [9]

MORTON [14]

PLAYTIME [12]

STEAM [12]

FOUR PLEX [18]

INVINCIBLE CHAMPION [12]

FORCE SQUARE [12]

DRAWN AND QUARTERED [12]

VANISHING ACT [12]

SOCIALIST ACTION [12]

UP THE BLOCK [14]

WARS [12]

TELENET [12]

SUICIDE [12]

CITYBLOCK [9]

SPIRALS [14]

BLOCK BUSTER [3]

PLAYHOUSE [12]

JUMPING SWARM [13]

VORTEX [12]

ROADSIGN [14]

NOW YOU SEE IT [12]

FOUR SQUARE [12]

PARANOIA [12]

METASTABLE TO CHAOS [12]

SHRINKING [12]

CATACOMBS [12]

COLONY [12]

APARTMENT [12]

ICEHOUSE [14]

MEMORY [12]

JAILER [12]

SHORT CIRCUIT [6]

KABLAM [12]

BALLS O FIRE [12]

BLOCK OUT [12]

TORTURECHAMBER [14]

CHILLER [12]

TIME LAPSE [12]

FORTUNE FAVORS THE [12]

OPEN QUESTION [12]

DECEPTION [12]

OVERSEA DELIVERY [12]

BLOCK BUSTER II [12]

THE MARSH [12]

MISS DIRECTION [12]

SLIDE STEP [12]

ALPHABET SOUP [12]

PERFECT MATCH [12]

TOTALLY FAIR [12]

THE PRISONER [12]

FIRETRAP [21] +2

MIXED NUTS [16] +2

BLOCK N ROLL [3]

SKELZIE [12]

ALL FULL [12]

LOBSTER TRAP [3]

ICE CUBE [12]

MIX UP [9]

BLOBDANCE [14] -3

TRUST ME [12]

DOUBLEMAZE [9]

GOLDKEY [14]

PARTIAL POST [9]

YORKHOUSE [12]

UNDERGROUND [12]

PENTAGRAM [12]

STRIPES? [12]

FIREFLIES [12]

CAKE WALK [12]

MIND BLOCK [6]

SPECIAL [16]

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Perhaps the second-most common, or so it seems, Michael expression. This is used in place of "thanks", a somewhat sarcastic message implied to state obviousness. However, when "thx" is used by Michael, it is seen as a message that regards either this aforemented "obviousness", or sometimes he may randomly mentions it after any message that begins with "Um, ..." (viewed in the examples). Michael is seen more often separating the previous line with the "thx", so that it gets its own message, but he has been spotted placing it after the "Um, ..." sentence, and strangely without a period after the "x" - which is part of a miscellaneous Michael observance found later. Occasionally, he may send a message just containing "thx", without an "Um, ..." statement or previous known message, however this is quite rare as opposed to using the "Um, ..." expression. On rare occasions, he can be seen placing "thx" in the same sentence and message as the "previous sentence" (example below).

 

This is part of my upcoming document "Michaelogy: The Study of Michael Warner". Also, the examples mentioned are not part of the ctrl+v so you don't get to see them :)


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Perhaps the second-most common, or so it seems, Michael expression. This is used in place of "thanks", a somewhat sarcastic message implied to state obviousness. However, when "thx" is used by Michael, it is seen as a message that regards either this aforemented "obviousness", or sometimes he may randomly mentions it after any message that begins with "Um, ..." (viewed in the examples). Michael is seen more often separating the previous line with the "thx", so that it gets its own message, but he has been spotted placing it after the "Um, ..." sentence, and strangely without a period after the "x" - which is part of a miscellaneous Michael observance found later. Occasionally, he may send a message just containing "thx", without an "Um, ..." statement or previous known message, however this is quite rare as opposed to using the "Um, ..." expression. On rare occasions, he can be seen placing "thx" in the same sentence and message as the "previous sentence" (example below).
 

This is part of my upcoming document "Michaelogy: The Study of Michael Warner". Also, the examples mentioned are not part of the ctrl+v so you don't get to see them :)

 

This is awesome!  Can't wait for this document!

 

And my Ctrl+V is:

Michaelogy: The Study of Michael Warner

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Note: Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 include the .NET Framework 4.5. Therefore, you don't have to install this software on those operating systems.    

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166,92,2,116,6,296,133,225,640,244,377,116,40,472,129,141,97 Buddha interrupting his lady

 

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i like how people are just going around finding random things and purposely copying/pasting them in here

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Also, every one of these ctrl+v's are things I've actually copied for a good reason (mostly to paste into Skype).

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