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UnderMiner

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Saw this after buying some ground beef today.
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Always check, it may just pay for your groceries. :laughing7:
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My syntax is weird there kinda makes underminer sound like an organ harvester...whooopsies
Gonna start a new reality TV show called Organ Wars. It's like Storage Wars but it follows groups of people who abduct and murder people off the streets for their organs - all while a narrator calmly explains the scenes as they play out, and the prices involved. "Looks like Dave has found that type O positive liver for James our wealthy serrosis patient - that's $150,000 right there!" *comical cash register bell sounds*
 

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Don't know where you shop... or how many "groceries" you buy... but that wouldn't even pay the tax... heh

Your groceries must consist of a candy bar and an energy drink. :P
An energy drink? Those are like $3 a can, way too expensive for my tastes. I stick to drinking water, it falls from the sky for free. (Don't you find it funny that alot of people pay a premium for 'fancy water' in bottles? Think I'll start a buisness simply bottling the run off from my gutters and call it something hip like R4iN, advertised as completely natural, bird droppings and all for extra minerals - $10 per 8oz bottle, and the bottle is shaped like a rain drop)
 

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An energy drink? Those are like $3 a can, way too expensive for my tastes. I stick to drinking water, it falls from the sky for free. (Don't you find it funny that alot of people pay a premium for 'fancy water' in bottles? Think I'll start a buisness simply bottling the run off from my gutters and call it something hip like R4iN, advertised as completely natural, bird droppings and all for extra minerals - $10 per 8oz bottle, and the bottle is shaped like a rain drop)
" Enhanced with asphalt roof shingle granules "
 

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Gonna start a new reality TV show called Organ Wars. It's like Storage Wars but it follows groups of people who abduct and murder people off the streets for their organs - all while a narrator calmly explains the scenes as they play out, and the prices involved. "Looks like Dave has found that type O positive liver for James our wealthy serrosis patient - that's $150,000 right there!" *comical cash register bell sounds*

Then Daryl would have to chime in with something to the extent that he found three kidneys and some grey matter so they better compare assets before Brandon teaches Dave a lesson in manners, 'yuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuup'
 
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Scrounge Wanderer

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An energy drink? Those are like $3 a can, way too expensive for my tastes. I stick to drinking water, it falls from the sky for free. (Don't you find it funny that alot of people pay a premium for 'fancy water' in bottles? Think I'll start a buisness simply bottling the run off from my gutters and call it something hip like R4iN, advertised as completely natural, bird droppings and all for extra minerals - $10 per 8oz bottle, and the bottle is shaped like a rain drop)
already been done called Perrier
 
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My local coin star is out of order! And, it is way too hot to go dirt fishing!
 
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