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    Man's first mistake

    Need I say more??
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    Chuck ...your very brave! Funny but brave.

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    Chuck doesn't have any idea the cost of what he's just done.
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    Been nice knowing you, Chuck. Too bad about you upcoming 'accident.'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Ellis View Post
    Need I say more??
    Man's Second Biggest Mistake.
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    Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today...

    ...Chuck was a good man. An honest man. A simple, hardworking man. But not real smart sometimes. We'll never know exactly how he slipped and killed himself on that rolling pin, but however it happened, it was tragic indeed. And it's wonderful to see that his lovely widow seems to be taking it well. She's had that wry grin on her face for days now.
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    Ahem...

    You know it took all of Evil to tempt a woman, but only took one woman to tempt Man

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    Faith, Hope & Charity

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharon Korn View Post
    Ahem...

    You know it took all of Evil to tempt a woman, but only took one woman to tempt Man
    but she was one fine lady sharon and back then they were submissive wait up chuck, i am right behind yu
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    RUN CHUCK RUN!
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