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nice to know we're in good hands

and everything is under control. another scotch, please.

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What the hell was that?
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He'd make a great presidential candidate.
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I like..."minimum crew, one". Makes sense.
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That was absolutely hilarious, whoa are they??

They are at Monthy Python level, taht's for sure..

Please tell me who they are.
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They are at Monthy Python level, taht's for sure..
my thoughts exactly

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monty python? you mean it's not serious? damn. another scotch, please.

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That's hilarious -- agree -- very Pythonesque.

"No cardboard, or carboard derivatives..."

Many related skits by the same troop appear over in the sidebar. I haven't spooled one yet that wasn't equally hilarious.
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Personally, I find the best sailing is found "beyond the environment". Fewer navigational hazards.
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