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(The New York Times)   When you escape from a communist regime to America in a plane you built, you deserve a man cave as awesome as this   (nytimes.com ) divider line
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2012-03-31 08:16:52 PM  
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And sitting on the bed and settee, as casually as you might toss a sweater, are two assault weapons.

"I use them on the badgers because they dig in my ground," Mr. Zdarsky explains. "You cannot imagine the damage these badgers do."


Which is to say nothing of the mushrooms and snakes.
2012-04-01 01:22:08 AM  
3 votes:

davynelson: why would anybody escape TO america?


To see Montana?
zez
2012-04-01 12:40:51 AM  
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2012-04-01 02:17:00 AM  
1 vote:
End of page 1:

Oh, right, the reporter has just noticed that this house has no windows. Why is that?

I was sure that when page 2 came up, the next line was going to be, "To keep the badgers from spying on me."
2012-03-31 11:43:51 PM  
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Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: "I use them on the badgers because they dig in my ground," Mr. Zdarsky explains. "You cannot imagine the damage these badgers do."


So what he's saying is that he don't need no steenking badgers.

/c'mon, it's teed up and everything
 
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