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Georgetown Law Group: Taking Over The World

ASSUMING ANYONE CAN PASS ITS 185-QUESTION APPLICATION … By FITSNEWS  ||  A student group at Georgetown Law School has been formed to “identify and solve major global problems” and “enact meaningful change that will benefit humanity for generations to come.” Or more likely, to troll fellow students … and give the…

ASSUMING ANYONE CAN PASS ITS 185-QUESTION APPLICATION …

By FITSNEWS  ||  A student group at Georgetown Law School has been formed to “identify and solve major global problems” and “enact meaningful change that will benefit humanity for generations to come.”

Or more likely, to troll fellow students … and give the school a bad name.

According to the website Above The Law, to join this illustrious group all you have to do is answer 185 questions.   No really … there are 185 of them.

Among them? “What is the longest word that you know how to spell?” “Would you date yourself?” “What do you think about the 2016, 2018, 2020, 2022, 2024 and 2026 national elections?” And our personal favorite, “Why don’t you like Lady Gaga right now?”

In addition to its bizarre interrogatories, the survey also demands its respondents name “17 different kinds of berries” as well as everything that’s on their computer desktop at the moment they fill out the survey. It also instructs them to “have a philosophical conversation with (themselves),” and to “list every emotion that you have or have not experienced and can think of” as well as “all of your dreams that you can remember, and approximately when they occurred.”

Ha!

For the record, we can answer the berry question: Avocado, Banana, Barberry, Bearberry, Blackberry, Blueberry, Coffee, Cranberry, Elderberry, Grape, Gooseberry, Honeyberry, Pumpkin, Strawberry, Tomato, Watermelon and Wolfberry.

And for the record, the older the berry … the sweeter the juice.  (Or is it the blacker the berry … we forget). Surprised those questions weren’t on here.

Anyway, according to Above The Law, this group – dubbed the The Actually Going to Try to Change the World Club – has actually been approved as a campus organization by Georgetown Law’s Office of Student Life.

Which means somebody is probably about to get fired …

Its recruitment efforts began in September via a cyan and black-colored “welcome” message. Meanwhile its line of succession is “determined by the closeness of birthday of the Executive Councilmembers born in even years to 11/17, 7:11:17 in military time, followed by Executive Councilmembers born in odd years sorted by length of nose, with the longest first.”

Yeah …

Wanna read all the questions?

Have fun …. (and good luck scrolling all the way down to see the comments).

1) What is your birth date, place, sign, and meaning if any that you impute to any of that?
2) What are some colors, animals, shapes, ideas, and people that mean something to you? Compare. Why? How?
3) What places have you lived? What are your impressions about those places? Compare.
4) List all of your close friends and acquaintances. Compare.
5) What amazing skills/talents/superpowers do you have, or does someone that you know have?
6) What are all the other skills/talents/distinctions that you have at all?
7) What food allergies do you have and how strongly?
8) What foods or categories of foods do you have little to no experience with and may be allergic to?
9) What spices/flavors do you have substantial experience with and like/dislike? Why?
10) List everything and only the things that you need. Why?
11) What are your seven favorite activities respectively? Why?
12) What are the seven activities you spend the most time doing, respectively? Why?
13) What is the longest word that you know how to spell?
14) What do you consider valuable?
15) Estimate your IQ and that of seven other people.
16) Would you describe yourself as more or less gregarious than the people around you?
17) Compare and contrast your social habits and adeptness with those of seven other people.
18) How many times per conversation do you get confused?
19) Think about seven different people with whom you have had conversations. How many times do you get confused per conversation with each?
20) How many times in the past day has your mind gone completely blank when it shouldn’t?
21) How does your mind process information?
22) What are the ways in which you learn things? Memorize things? Forget things?
23) What common patterns do you notice in your thought processes?
24) Suppose that “empathy” means transposing others’ feelings onto oneself. If you see someone cut their finger, you imagine/remember the pain, and it is similar to cutting your own finger. Different people transpose feelings to a greater or lesser extent, ranging from “empath” to “sociopath.” Thinking about your experiences, where do you think that you fall along the range relative to those around you? Where do you think that seven other people fall? Why?
25) What holidays do you consider important? Why?
26) What are seven points of random trivia that you consider important that other people might not know?
27) List at least 14 of your goals.
28) List all of your dreams that you can remember, and approximately when they occurred.
29) List any crimes you have committed, “bad” things you have done, or failures that you have experienced.
30) List every emotion that you have or have not experienced and can think of.
31) List all of that attitudes that you have had about people.
32) List all of the reasons that you think people should or should not have power, wealth, fame, beauty, intelligence, skill, talent, potential, position, access, etc.
33) List the reasons that people actually do or do not as you perceive it.
34) How do you think the government works?
35) What does the word “institutions” mean to you?
36) Think about all of the different kinds of organizations. List them.
37) What is a religious organization?
38) How do institutions interact with one another?
39) What role do institutions play in society?
40) What role does the government play in society?
41) How does the government’s role differ from that of a religion or a charitable organization?
42) Have these institutions always played the same roles? How have they changed?
43) Why do you think that the laws that get passed get passed?
44) Why do religious doctrines change when they do?
45) Describe your religious/philosophical/economic/partisan beliefs/affiliations/sympathies/thoughts in detail.
46) Think about this question very carefully before answering. What is the most fundamental thing that you believe or assume on which everything else that you think or believe is based? E.G. “I think (see, feel, touch, experience) therefore I am,” the fundamental laws of logic (non-contradiction, identity, etc.), God?, emotions, thought, pain. What does it mean, that we exist? How can everything have a reason, if there cannot be a reason for everything?
47) What would a perfect world look like?
48) What would a better world look like?
49) What does the world look like?
50) Is the world getting better? How? Why?
51) What does “better” mean?
52) What does utilitarianism mean?
53) What does money mean? What does it do? What role does it play in our society?
54) What is the optimal role of childcare and reproduction in our society?
55) What are the seven most important things that you don’t have, aren’t capable of, etc.?
56) Can you solve a rubix cube? Ski? Swim? Write? Act? Lie?
57) What do you know about computer programming?
58) Physics? Chemistry? Biology? Linguistics? Cooking? Dancing? Singing?
59) What is the extent and characterization of your belief in anything supernatural?
60) What does clean mean to you? Detail the steps that you consider appropriate and the steps that you actually take to clean your bathroom, kitchen, carpet, etc.
61) What are the seven most dangerous things that you have ever done/been involved with?
62) List 17 different kinds of berries.
63) List 17 musical acts/groups/types that you enjoy.
64) What is it about food that you really like, that you really crave, or that you really don’t like?
65) What kinds of foods do you consider healthy? Why?
66) What is the extent of your knowledge about nutrition?
67) List 43 of your areas of expertise.
68) Rank conceivable superpowers in order of importance, detailing why/how they are important.
69) Rank all other talents/attributes in order of importance.
70) Why is entertainment important to you? Why isn’t this entertaining to you?
71) What kinds of experiences have you had that make you unique?
72) What kinds of experiences have you had that haunt you to this day?
73) Discuss seven things that you would really rather not.
74) Have you had any traumatic experiences?
75) List all of the ways in which other people/things/institutions/fate/chance have harmed you.
76) List all of the ways in which you have harmed yourself.
77) If you are not gay, then who would your ideal life partner be if you were?
78) Do you identify as gay, straight, lesbian, bisexual, bi-curious, transgendered, allied, queer, gender queer, male, female, intersex, butch, masculine, feminine, femme, asexual, pansexual, omnisexual, black, white, Asian, Latino, southeastern European, African, Caribbean, Canadian, Russian, Arab, Palestinian, Israeli, Singaporean, New Zealander, Icelandic, or do you not identify by your sexual orientation/gender/sex/race/ethnicity?
79) Tell all about your family, including any genetic predispositions for which you may be a carrier of recessive alleles.
80) Do you know or are related to or have a connection to anyone powerful, wealthy, influential, famous, or who is particularly skilled or talented in any way?
81) Do you go out of your way to network with people who wield influence in the world? Why not?
82) What does the word, “hero” mean to you?
83) What is a villain? A bad guy? A bad act? What is the difference between right and wrong?
84) What does morality mean to you?
85) Does morality mean altruism?
86) Have a philosophical conversation with yourself. What is important? How should things be characterized? How should things be framed?
87) Think about communication. What does communication mean? What does it accomplish? How can it best accomplish that?
88) List any reforms that you think are important in society. List also any problems that you are not certain how should be reformed. What makes something a problem? What makes something a solution?
89) What is important?
90) Why do you do what you do?
91) Why did you do each of the small, insignificant things that you did today?
92) What interested you about this club?
93) What do you want from this club?
94) How much are you willing to dedicate to the goals outlined by this club?
95) Do you want to be in this club? How badly?
96) What do you want this club to be?
97) What would you like to do with your life?
98) What would you like to happen in the world during your lifetime?
99) What would you like to happen after you are dead?
100) What steps are you taking, or have you taken to prepare for the future?
101) Tell me in detail 14 different possible courses that you think your life could take.
102) What does networking mean to you? Do you network? Why? How?
103) What does collective action mean to you?
104) What is the prisoner’s dilemma?
105) What is the optimal political system?
106) What should the climate do long-term? What is it likely to do? To what extent do human activities influence the climate? To what extent should they? What other considerations do you find persuasive?
107) What are the 20 most important problems facing the world, and why?
108) What are the 20 most important problems facing you, and why?
109) What other problems do you perceive at various levels of locality?
110) Do you like math? Statistics? Video games? Beaches? Sea shells? Shopping? Netflix? Hulu? Board/card games? Taking risks? Gambling? Drinking? Doing illicit things? Money? Sports? Being OCD?
111) Do you prefer to do things slowly or quickly? Do you like writing? Are you meticulous? Are you detail- oriented? Are you quick? Are you tone-deaf? What do you care about when you cook? What do you look at when you are at the store? Do you care about money? Do you care about fame? Do you care about having children? Would you like to have a clone? Would you like to be a superhero? Do you welcome responsibility?
112) What does fear mean to you? What does pain mean to you? Would you like to live without pain and fear?
113) If you had what you seek, would you be happy?
114) Why don’t you like Lady Gaga right now?
115) Are you altruistic? How would you feel about doing 20 hours of study to create the perfect test-outline- guide thing, and then sharing it with everyone else, enabling everyone else to get solid grades with relatively little work? How do you feel about giving $2 to the bums on the street that “just need it for the bus?” How do you feel about doling out your hard-earned cash to free and feed starving children who have been in slavery in some terrifying corner of the world? How would you feel about going hungry in order to feed a starving rapist? Why do you care more about the needs of some people than others?
116) How do you feel about the incarceration system?
117) How do you feel about drug criminalization?
118) How do you feel about gun control?
119) How do you feel about the Mexican drug wars? Do you think that tens of thousands of people dying in Mexico every year should be a factor in our gun control and drug criminalization debates? Do you think they are?
120) How do you feel about immigration?
121) How do you think about isolationism?
122) What do you think about China?
123) What do you think about Columbia?
124) What do you think about terrorists?
125) What do you think about criminals?
126) What do you think about pedophiles?
127) What do you think about registered sex-offenders?
128) What do you think about international legal systems?
129) What do you think about federalism? States’ rights?
130) What do you think about gay marriage?
131) What do you think about the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA)?
132) What do you think about race issues?
133) What do you think about the 2016, 2018, 2020, 2022, 2024, and 2026 national elections?
134) What do you think about state law?
135) What do you think about small countries?
136) What do you think about large countries?
137) What do you think about education?
138) What do you think about underserved communities in the United States?
139) What do you think about racism?
140) To what extent are you influenced by subconscious biases?
141) Are you (a) racist?
142) Compare your bias to the bias of seven other people.
143) What do you think about communism? Socialism? Capitalism? Happy medium? Fascism? Dictatorship? Oligarchy? Monopoly? Theocracy? Unregulated markets? Highly regulated markets? Anti-trust? Too big to fail?
144) What is the extent of your knowledge of the health-factors that should go into selecting cooking oils?
145) What poisons/toxins do you know of?
146) List your phobias.
147) List your strengths.
148) List your weaknesses.
149) Estimate the length of your nose and that of seven other people. 150) What is the extent of your knowledge about health and wellness?
151) What is the extent of your knowledge of plants? Can you recognize and name a lot of plants? Can you recognize wild edible plants? Can you survive in the wilderness? Can you grow a garden? What does sustainable living mean to you?
152) How do you feel about hunting? Have you ever hunted? Are you good at it? What is the extent of your experience and ability with gun use? What about other weapons? Self-defense? Unarmed combat?
153) How do you feel about eating animals in general? What foods or food groups do you consciously avoid and why?
154) Do potatoes have enough protein to keep you healthy if that is all you are eating for a time?
155) Do you know what makes foods colorful? How does that influence their healthfulness?
156) What are antioxidants? What are free radicals? What is an omega 3/6/9 essential fatty acid? Why should you try to get more omegas in your diet by consuming fish regularly and avoiding plant-based oils with the exception of flax and purslane? What are phytonutrients? Why is salt bad for you? Why is salt good for you? What are the three reasons that cacao can be good for your brain? Are walnuts and salmon good for your cognitive health? What other things are good for your cognitive health? What is pantothenic acid, and is broccoli the best source of it? Why should you avoid all seed and vegetable oils most especially ones that are not canola oil or olive oil, but also them to some extent? Why should you avoid most animal based oils and coconut oil? Why should you try to incorporate olive oil into your diet? Why should you NEVER cook olive oil on high if you don’t want to be poisoned when it starts smoking? What is the optimal ratio between fat, protein, and carbohydrates? Is sugar a carbohydrate? What are the reasons that you should avoid foods high in added sugars? Should you avoid foods that are naturally high in sugars too? What is the nutritional value of a pumpkin? What is the simplest, most delicious way to eat one? Do you like pumpkin pie?
157) How did you study for the LSAT, and how did you do? How about the ACT/SAT/other standardized tests that break you into percentiles? What do you think should be changed about the LSAT?
158) How well do you think you will do on each of your finals respectively (answering in potential range form)?
159) What are your pet peeves? What do other people like or care about that you don’t?
160) How do you feel about corporations? What about non-corporate entities?
161) How do you feel about corporations paying taxes twice?
162) How do you feel about taxation? Government size, scope, efficiency, power?
163) How do you feel about textualism? Originalism? Antidisestablishmentarianism?
164) If you visit Hawaii, could you catch pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanokoniosis?
165) How do you feel about the stock market? Do you have any experience thereto?
166) How do you feel about Nate Silver?
167) How do you feel about memory?
168) How do you feel about the media?
169) What kind of people do you think own the media? Do they control it? How? Why? What is the result? 170) List everything on the desktop of your computer. Why is each thing there?
171) Why did you decide to wear what you are wearing today? Why is it different than what you wore yesterday? Would there be a problem with wearing the same thing every day? Why? If you had to wear the same thing every day forever, what would you wear? If you had to eat the same meal every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?
172) Do you use Excel regularly? What for? What about other ingenious programs? Are there programs that you could use to make your life easier but don’t because you are lazy?
173) Are you lazy? Stupid? Compare yourself to seven other people?
174) How do you feel about breaking the law? Why?
175) How do you feel about honesty? What does it mean to you? Is not lying the same thing as being honest? How do you feel about lying? Can you lie? Are you a bad person? Are you a good person? Are you a person? What does that mean? Why are you doing what you are doing right now?
176) What are the first seven things you did in order after your most recent breakfast? Why did you do each of those things? How do you feel about having done those things? What could you have done differently in order to increase the probability of making your life or the world a better place?
177) Are you fat? Muscular? Healthy? What are your health habits? Do you go to the gym? Why?
178) What do you care about in other people?
179) How many words per minute do you type? How fast do you write? How legibly? Compare yourself to seven other people.
180) How confident are you? Compare yourself to seven other people.
181) Would you date yourself if you were another person? Would you be best friends with yourself? What?
182) How attractive are you? Compare yourself to seven other people.
183) Imagine yourself 20 years from now. Paint your surroundings. Think about 20 details of the idealized microcosm of the world that you see around you. List each of those details. Tell me why that detail is important to you and list seven different factors that will go into determining whether that detail actually becomes a part of reality. Now list seven different ways in which you can influence each of those factors.
184) Now list every single goal you have ever had in your entire life that you can remember. What effort did you put in? What was the result? Which goals do you still have? Which ones did you give up on? What goals can you make right now? Of all the goals that are currently relevant, what are the ways in which you could influence the achievement of those goals? What ways do you actually plan on, and how? What are the ways that you are actually likely to and how? Predict your success/failure. Be prepared to update this list at least once per month.
185) What are any questions (and their answers) that are not on this survey that you might expect to be, and why? Feel free to add any other comments, questions, or communications.

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35 comments

This Is Ridiculous November 14, 2014 at 4:02 pm

Nope. Nope. Nope.

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Tazmaniac November 14, 2014 at 5:14 pm

186. Why do normal people have no respect for DC and Lawyers in general?

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Bring back country lawyers November 14, 2014 at 6:02 pm

It’s funny how many lawyers think they are the only ones fit to run government. Many also think being a lawyer & hanging a shingle is the same as running a business.

So you have a mostly pompous group of educated individuals that have no practical understanding of the effects of various laws on business. Further, many of lawyers wouldn’t be able to make a living if it wasn’t for government and yet they feel they are the best ones do run that very government funded on the back of business.

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Takin Care of Business November 14, 2014 at 6:53 pm

Most people who call themselves”businessman” are common crooks.

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Bring back country lawyers November 14, 2014 at 7:55 pm

Most people calling “businesmen” common crooks are unable to run a business.

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Tom November 16, 2014 at 4:37 pm

Most businessmen can’t run a business; But most successful ones are not common crooks, they are extraordinary crooks.

Tom November 16, 2014 at 4:34 pm

There are no such things as business ethics. If you are trying to deal with a “businessman”, you better have a lawyer or you will get screwed. And don’t rely on the law to protect you . Most “businessmen” will only pay attention to the law if they they think they will get caught.

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FastEddy23 November 14, 2014 at 9:52 pm

How many lawyers can dance on the head of a pin? All of them.

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Tom November 16, 2014 at 4:31 pm

Sort of like the tea party and most Republicans with a couple of exceptions.

There you have a mostly pompous group of uneducated individuals that have no practical understanding of why we have laws, and who think they should be able to do whatever they want regardless of who it hurts. Further, many of wouldn’t be able to make a living if it wasn’t for government, yet they feel they are the best ones to judge exactly what government should and should not do and who it should and should not benefit. Which can be boiled down to government should only benefit me and people like me.

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Bill November 16, 2014 at 4:22 pm

The five groups who hate lawyers
1. People who have gone through a divorce and had to give their spouse more than they wanted to.
2. Criminals whose lawyer could not get them off.
3. People who screwed someone and a lawyer made them pay.
4. People who tried to screw someone and a lawyer stopped them.
5. People who have never used a lawyer in their life, but who listen to the right wing media and people who fall into one of the preceding 4 categories.

So which one are you?

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Tazmaniac November 16, 2014 at 7:01 pm

For sure number 1, except the majority of the money went in his pocket, money that my kids could have used, and also 6. Regular everyday everyman who is capable of Googling “least respected professions” to confirm that many people have had deal with you bottom feeding shysters.

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Bill November 17, 2014 at 9:59 am

Thought so. Why is it people blame the lawyer when their spouse leaves them, and they want to fight over the dining room table, the dogs, the dishes, the kids, how much alimony they will get, how much child support they will pay, what visitation schedule they will have; whether daddy or mommy can have a one night stand when the kids are over. etc. etc. etc. etc.
You were a lousy spouse, and it cost you a bundle. Your first marriage was a failure. Get over it, and do better next time. Or hire a lawyer before you get married and they will show you how you can be a lousy spouse and still save all that money with a prenuptial agreement. But then again its easier to blame the lawyer than yourself.
There is no 6 you are a typical member of class one, with displaced anger issues.

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Tom November 17, 2014 at 12:04 pm

So from your scientific google search of irrelevant surveys, why did you not report Lawyers were far from the least respected profession, and that Business Executives ranked almost equal with lawyers. Among those falling below Lawyers and Business Executives are stock brokers, politicians , lobbyist, insurance salesmen, advertising executives, HMO Managers, and and car salesmen.

So I guess the best the best we can say is that everyone in business garners no respect “normal” people, as you would put it.

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Rolling Eyes November 14, 2014 at 5:14 pm

Immature twits. Nuff said.

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mac November 14, 2014 at 5:17 pm

and my favorite, dingleberry

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9" November 14, 2014 at 5:30 pm

FUCK THAT SHIT-Song of The Year:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgyoexemrI0

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shifty henry November 14, 2014 at 5:42 pm

(1)…Here is an easy test for time-wasting. Three words are missing,
and each word has the same 6 letters- [ A-R-D-N-E-E ]

“I HOPE TO MEET MY BARTENDER FACE TO FACE”

‘Twould much _ _ _ _ _ _ you to me if, when I
Have _ _ _ _ _ _ my fatal moment, and must die,
You’d share one well _ _ _ _ _ _ drink, and pray there are
Some more to come across that final bar.
=========================================

(2)…Again, four words are missing, and each word has the
same 5 letters- [ B-R-A-E-S ]

“HIGHLAND FLING”

Sweet Molly MacDougal, in labor,
Warned her sister, “It hurts like a _ _ _ _ _ ,
Sin _ _ _ _ _ a high price,
So a girl should think twice
What she _ _ _ _ _ on the _ _ _ _ _ for a neighbor.
===========================================

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euwe max November 14, 2014 at 7:50 pm

braes – the side or slope of a hill

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shifty henry November 14, 2014 at 8:15 pm

terrific!

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RHood2 November 14, 2014 at 5:58 pm

I just had some lingonberry jam from Walmart.
Cranberry-ish.

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The Colonel November 14, 2014 at 6:13 pm

I was half way through this stupid article when I realized that this was the DC area Georgetown, not ours – I’d been wondering when we got another law school. Once I realized that it was the DC area Georgetown, I started wondering why anyone cares, just more elitist bovine excreta.

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Zzzzzzzzz November 14, 2014 at 6:31 pm

I was half way through that comment when I realized it is probably getting close to bedtime for you.

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The Colonel November 14, 2014 at 6:34 pm

Were that it was…

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Brad Todd November 14, 2014 at 6:25 pm

I’m from South Carolina. I don’t like tests and I won’t take tests. Look at all of those words. Bring back the articles about Victoria’s Secret and The Cocks.

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Vino'thanks November 14, 2014 at 6:33 pm

Why does Taylor look like she’s gonna blow that glass of wine? It’s not like it’s going to run for office as a Reublican.

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euwe max November 14, 2014 at 7:28 pm

Suing big Pharma for intravaginal mesh?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15M9b6PAdro

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easterndumbfuckistan November 14, 2014 at 8:11 pm

TL;DR

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FastEddy23 November 14, 2014 at 9:49 pm

My little brother had a 100 % basketball scholarship there … He declined it: to many politicians, he said.

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FastEddy23 November 14, 2014 at 10:02 pm

15) 145 … 110 for the six g’ment unionist bloggers here, 135 for The Colonel.

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The Colonel November 15, 2014 at 9:05 am

135)
Some can kick ass – Israel
Some are great fun – Bermuda, Barbados
Some were fun to invade – Grenada
Some are overpriced and a bit snooty – Monaco
Some are still on the bucket list – Palau and Seychelles

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Bible Thumper November 16, 2014 at 9:33 pm

If you got all the way to question 145, I suggest you do some deep introspection.

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Bible Thumper November 16, 2014 at 9:37 pm

FastEddy23, if you got all the way to question 145, I suggest you do some deep introspection.

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Buz Martin November 15, 2014 at 7:28 am

A college prank. They don’t let them haze people now. Physically.

Yeah, they’re just smartypants gonna-be-lawyahs rich kids, shinng everybody down the path.

“Shining everybody down the path” would be part of a answer to a question I don’t think was on there, “Name as many old fart expressions your grandfather might use as you can.”

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Soft Sigh from Hell November 15, 2014 at 11:15 am

“Name as many old fart expressions your [great]grandfather might use as you can.”

Icebox, cat’s pajamas, Coxey’s Army, Shinola

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Smirks November 17, 2014 at 8:28 am

62) List 17 different kinds of berries.

Does “dingleberry” count?

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