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Old 06-28-2004, 07:25 AM
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I bet the Rod stub in the dirt was a big change from chiseling the drawing in granite?
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Nahh! not for Franz, he would just chew the granite with his teeth.
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Nahh! not for Franz, he would just chew the granite with his teeth.
Or draw the picture with his finger, dipped in the blood of his enemies.
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Or draw the picture with his finger, dipped in the blood of his enemies.

his finger ... his enemies bleeding finger !
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Old 06-28-2004, 11:42 AM
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I bet the Rod stub in the dirt was a big change from chiseling the drawing in granite?
Naw, the granite came later, when we developed soapstone for drawing.

Jack & Cutter, I asked ya to keep quiet about that, didn't I?
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