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Linux, linux, you mutter...

Vagrants, scaliwags and bums.

That's what you advocates are.

Drunk old men, wearing jute pants in the alley.

LeeLee Sobiesky looks elegant in this picture:

http://www.leeleesobieski.com/pics/lld/lld12.jpg


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DEATH TO KENT WEST HILL wrote:

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> Vagrants, scaliwags and bums.
> 
> That's what you advocates are.
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> Drunk old men, wearing jute pants in the alley.
> 
> LeeLee Sobiesky looks elegant in this picture:
> 
> http://www.leeleesobieski.com/pics/lld/lld12.jpg
> 

What is she? like 15? 16? Doesn't that make you a paedophile?


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5/19/2004 1:06:27 AM
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, alt
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on Wed, 19 May 2004 01:06:27 GMT
<k6nqn1-f9h.ln1@hydrogen.lazyeyez.net>:
> DEATH TO KENT WEST HILL wrote:
>
>> 
>> Vagrants, scaliwags and bums.
>> 
>> That's what you advocates are.
>> 
>> Drunk old men, wearing jute pants in the alley.
>> 
>> LeeLee Sobiesky looks elegant in this picture:
>> 
>> http://www.leeleesobieski.com/pics/lld/lld12.jpg
>> 
>
> What is she? like 15? 16? Doesn't that make you a paedophile?
>

Lust is not illegal, but acting inappropriately thereon is. :-)

As it is, her birthdate is in 1982, so he's safe.

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