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September 15, 2008 | by  | in Opinion |
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Top Five reasons snapper is evil By Meghan and Rene

1. You have to pay to activate it
2. You have to pay to “feed” it
3. No pin number means someone else can steal and use it easily
4. I don’t want a microchip in my arm!
5. Why is God controlling our buses?

Top 5 children’s books you will never see By Jaron

1. The Pop-up Book of Human Anatomy
2. You Are Different and That’s Bad
3. Controlling the Playground: Respect Through Fear
4. Strangers Have the Best Lollies
5. Dad’s New Wife Timothy

Top 5 reasons one of my shoes is dirty and the other isn’t: By Michael

1. Its a left-wing conspiracy
3. Its Pat Walsh’s fault
4. Someone shat on it
5. String theory

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  1. Galapogas says:

    What the Hell Jaron you asshole! That list has been circling the internet since before the internet.

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