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See if you can get these words, and I bet you can.
 
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"No man but a blockhead ever wrote except for money." Samuel Johnson.
 
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I can't get it and I'm a citizen.
 
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Okay. Here it is.
 
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I'm Einstein.
 
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I'd be very surprised if any of those words are unknown to anyone here.

We should create a meme using some of our bluffing game words.


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Anyone, Bob? Come now. The guy who posted this on FB got some wrong.

However, anyone on WC knows them all, I am sure.
 
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I'm Einstein.

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Anyone HERE... we're all a bunch of clever-clogs

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"No man but a blockhead ever wrote except for money." Samuel Johnson.
 
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I don't know how to log onto Farcebook. I am a moron. Just ask Donald T. Rump. I am so damned stoopid that I thought the twitter logo was a religious symbol. I do, however, remember "twitter-pated" form an old Disney movie - before Disney became just another criminal enterprise.
 
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Just click the second link I posted, Geoff. It is not related to Facebook.

I still haven't completely figured out Twitter, and I've been using it awhile. I think it all depends on how engaged you are in the platform, and I am not that engaged with any of them. If I mess up, so be it.
 
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Here read this.

And this is like talking to my wife: Press hardly here.
 
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Just click the second link I posted, Geoff. It is not related to Facebook.

I clicked. I took the quiz. It said I'm not stoopid. Whadda they know.
 
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Ah, the old "post-doc/propter-doc phallusy."
 
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clicked. I took the quiz. It said I'm not stoopid. Whadda they know.

That's why you can't trust test results.
 
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For some reason, I felt like reviving this thread. I suppose it's because I am so stable. Wink
 
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Now be fair... he might have meant "a genius in a stable" after all none of us has ever seen what he's like at mucking out the horses.


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True. While he likely understands what it is to be stable, I suspect he has no idea of the definition of a genius.
 
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I saw a poster with his picture, Donald J. Trump above, and The J Stands for Genius below.
 
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Well, sometimes even the best of us can be tricked with something like this.

I was at a shower once and we were playing one of those really stupid games: Name a part of your body that starts with the first letter of your name." I (Nancy) was bored, and not paying a lot of attention - and then it was my turn. All were staring at me, and I quickly blurted out, "Knee." Of course the whole room hooted at me. Red Face
 
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d I quickly blurted out, "Knee."

Which everyone knows is pron Ka-nee.
 
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Yeah, well, ya coulda said, "cervix," which is "neck" in high-falootin doktorsprech. Roll Eyes
 
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Yeah, well, ya coulda said, "cervix," which is "neck" in high-falootin doktorsprech.

But in a different and nether region and is limited to one gender.
 
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You'd think I could have said "nose." <sigh>
 
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You'd think I could have said "nose." <sigh>
Or nares or nodes or nephrons. You gots lotsa "N"-word bits and pieces!
 
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Yeah - I just wasn't thinking.
 
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