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Username: Kola_boof

Post Number: 4913
Registered: 02-2005

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Posted on Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 04:53 pm:   

Thanks for proving my
point, Yvette.


It's like playing Rubic's Cube,

No soul; no scats or runs
--no feeling needed.

A "season" is required
and mathematical templates.

Which is the reason the masses
aren't exactly being MOVED no
matter how impressed they are
with being Waldo Pepper.

Give me Long-winded Maya Angelou,
Sylvia Plath and Mark Twain any
day of the week.

One thing I will give you Cynique
definitely in vogue right now.

So I'm not suprised about you
using Haiku as "filler" inbetween your
Crossword Puzzles in the TV-GUIDE.

Translation: "Don't start none,
won't be none.

Of course, since we respect
Japanese culture so much more,
and since we're waiting on the
White Poetry Balcony to dictate
to us what is the next new big
thing--we will continue to try
and breathe HOT AIR into this
dying animal.

And yes, Cynique--I most definitely
am a trendsetter.

The count is now 3 major rap acts
that have mentioned "Kola Boof"
in their lyrics.

Now I'll let you and Miss Ferocious
get back to bumping Crab Armour
in that barrel you love so much.


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