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Offline MartinTheK

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« Reply #25 on: 31/08/2010 14:51:52 »
"Life is a comedy for those who feel,
 and a tragedy for those who think"
 

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« Reply #26 on: 31/08/2010 15:11:47 »
"Life is a comedy for those who feel,
 and a tragedy for those who think"

Whomever came up with that never experienced satire.
 

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« Reply #27 on: 31/08/2010 16:00:45 »
OK..The definitive response to this question just came to me.

It seems that there was once a philosophical type who happened to encounter the virgin Mary on the road - so he asked her what eternity was like. Being in an accommodating mood, she had him look at a hyacinth in bloom.....for 300 years.

After that he stopped asking this question and applied himself to the proper enjoyment of life.
« Last Edit: 31/08/2010 16:05:20 by MartinTheK »
 

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« Reply #28 on: 31/08/2010 16:02:48 »
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It seems that there was once a philosophical type who happened to encounter the virgin Mary on the road - so he asked her what eternity was like. So she had him look at a hyacinth in bloom.....for 300 years. After that he stopped asking this question and applied himself to the pro9per enjoyment of life.
   

I like that  :)
 

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