Well it's it's not an intensive course. It's mainly listening to Led Zeppelin, Grateful Dead and Dire Straits.
Pfft. REAL MUSIC added above.
In the Mystery of Life course do they tell you who done it?'Cause I'm totally taking that course if they answer the whole Mystery thing...
Pretty sure they don't tell you where or when the course is being taught.
Is the "Mystery of Life" course taught by the "Discovery Institute"?
In the Mystery of Life course do they tell you who done it?Colonel Mustard, in the Laboratory, with the high-energy UV discharges.
It'd be cool if you did the course and the exam mark came in the mail as ????Ah sweet mystery of grades.
I expected it to be worth more creditsOnly after you're dead... and then too late to transfer...
Well it's it's not an intensive course. It's mainly listening to Led Zeppelin, Grateful Dead and Dire Straits.Clearly Mister Another Kiwi (a distinguished gentleman of a certain age) has fine tastes.However, I'd supplement the above with heavy doses of The Clash. And I've listened to Green Day a number of times, and feel better for it.~
What teh Heck?Are my comments being Mothra-ated?~
Oh I see, said the blind man. chuckles says:There are other bits of info the BC would reveal, like was he registered as a Muslim? Was his dad Obama Sr. or Frank Marshall Davis? The BC should be shown just because he is a public servant and isn't above the law. To have this hanging over the US for 4 years is unaceptable.The COLB isn't acceptable to get a job, get into college, or any other official use of the BC. To spend over a million dollars to hide his past, looks bad and should be settled. Just callimg names to people that just want to follow the law is rediculous. Show the BC and move on. I have to admit, I want to see it now after all the fuss. If he was lawfully elected, so be it and call me names, I will move on. But untill then, something is being hidden, there can be no doubt.Posted On: Wednesday, Apr. 14 2010 @ 3:19PM
I failed that class.
Pfft. REAL MUSIC added above.Not enough nordic argle-bargle death metal.
If I ever wrote a book about the hidden stories behind various forms of candy, it would be called "Mysterious Life of Sweets".
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