History By the Ounce

5 Comments

  1. Ed Baker
    Ed Baker January 3, 2012 at 7:59 pm .

    hey lancey<br /><br />thanks thanks thanks Olde Bean<br /><br />for USING the correct word in the correct contact/place!<br /><br />I am getting pissed at every one using<br /><br />&quot;concerting&quot; when they mean<br />&quot;disconcerting&quot; ..<br /><br />it s so ….. dis:concerting, eh?<br /><br />now?<br /><br />off to soak up $3,000 worth of that<br />musical fruit !<br /><br /><br /

  2. Lancey
    Lancey January 3, 2012 at 12:18 pm .

    The more disconcerting the juxtaposition, the more impact it will have. Who may (or may not) &#39;get&#39; the differing layers of irony and humour.

  3. Lancey
    Lancey January 3, 2012 at 12:17 pm .

    The more disconcerting the juxtaposition, the more impact it will have. Who may (or may not) &#39;get&#39; the differing layers of irony and humour.

  4. Lyle Daggett
    Lyle Daggett January 3, 2012 at 2:53 am .

    There are so many layers of irony in the juxtaposition of the two items, it boggles the mind…

  5. vazambam
    vazambam January 2, 2012 at 11:03 pm .

    Hmm..sounds like no brief &quot;treat us&quot; this tracht but if you don&#39;t order it, you&#39;ll never be able to ask yourself &quot;How&#39;d I like them beans?&quot;

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